Get an insight into what’s happening in the performing arts in Hungary right now.
Friday the 19. and Saturday 20 June 2015 you can experience Forsøgsstation’s own mini-festival for Hungarian performing arts at Det Frie Felts festival, which is part of CPH Stage ’15.
Here you can experience current drama, performance texts and performing arts presentations at the Experimental Station.
The programme provides an insight into the working methods and conditions of the free production field in Budapest.
In total, nine Hungarian performers will contribute, and seven of them will be present in person at the festival, where they will collaborate with nine Danish actors.
After each presentation there will be an artist talk with the artists concerned.
An interpreter will be present throughout the festival, translating from Hungarian into English.
Béla Pintér’s text is translated into English, while the other and subsequent
are in English – with the possibility of live Danish interpretation.
Programme for the festival:
Péter Kárpáti on 19 June 2015 at 15.00-16.00
Martin Boross on 19 June 2015 at 16.00-17.00
Béla Pintér on 20 June 2015 at 14.00-15.00
László Bass & Gábor Fábián ‘Sociopoly’ on 20 June 2015 at 15.00-16.00.
The event is free, but due to space limitations tickets must be booked at:
Welcome to the Experimental Station!
Photo: Øyvind Kirchhoff
Photo of Kriszta Székely, one of the eight Hungarian performing artists coming to Forsøgsstationen to meet and work with the Danish performing arts community.