Recirquel Company Budapest’s ’Naked Clown’ Available On Mupa Home

  • 9 Mar 2021 4:21 PM
  • Mupa - Palace of Arts
Recirquel Company Budapest’s ’Naked Clown’ Available On Mupa Home
The Clown's life is coming to an end. He is about to enter the unknown, but before the 'final curtain call' he needs to leave his collar behind, taking the last steps only with the nakedness of his soul.

In this production, the disguise is removed both literally and figuratively, as the performers invite the audience on an unusual inner journey into imaginary realms, where the layers covering and protecting reality disappear.

Our fellow travelers and guides in this spectacular production, accompanied and expanded with live music and dancers, are the acrobat artistes of the Recirquel contemporary circus company.

The show traverses the borders of circus arts, dance, theatre and music. The company invited five dancers and four trampoline artists to take part in the year-long creation of The Naked Clown.

The music compositions of the show were recorded with a symphony orchestra, bringing the European music of the 19th and 20th centuries to life with all the flair of the circus.

Watch it here.

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Müpa is regarded as Hungary's top cultural brand, and the most modern cultural institution in the capital. It opened its doors in 2005 to provide events of international quality to a diverse audience, bringing together all the varied disciplines of the arts in a unique fashion. To this day it provides a cutting-edge home for classical, contemporary, popular and world music, jazz and opera, as well as contemporary circus, all types of dance, literature and film.

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