Micro-Stories On Stage @ Trafó, 26 – 28 September

  • 24 Sep 2019 9:51 AM
  • Trafó House Of Contemporary Arts
Micro-Stories On Stage @ Trafó, 26 – 28 September
Three evenings with three individual artists on the stage. Micro-stories. The performances take us to South Korea and South America but we travel in time, as well.

During the three stories - each operating with different perceptions - we have to face decisions that might cause both physical and mental damages, therefore we are opposed to ourselves.

How much is a life worth? How long are we able to exist under pressure? How does digitalization affect our relationships? How can a symbol aged hundreds of years and pirated by politics still affect society? How can people be kept in fear? How can Theater Arts deal with the questions mentioned above? Will it be able to present some results and greatness by the artistic interpretation of the micro-stories?

Three evenings, three lecture-performances. They are about us, our lives and the world surrounding us. In a different way.

After each play there will be a public talk with the participation of the artists.

09.26. 8 pm: Jaha Koo: Cuckoo
09.27. 8 pm: Silke Huysmans&Hannes Dereere: Mining Stories
09.28. 8 pm: Oliver Zahn: Situation with outstrechted arm

Trafo House of Contemporary Arts
1094 Budapest, Liliom u. 41.

Photo courtesy of the organisers (Cuckoo)

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Trafó is the cornerstone of the international contemporary art scene in Budapest, often with English language friendly performances by international acts. Visitors will find balance of domestic Hungarian and international artists performing in various genres – theatre, dance, new circus, music and visual arts. It is also a forum dedicated to social issues and a platform for establishing values and contexts as well as generating new ideas. They say, “performances, concerts, exhibitions, and community and audience-building programmes are accessible to members of any generation who are looking for something new”. Address: 1094 Budapest, Liliom u. 41. Tel.: (+36 1) 456 2040