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A two-day-long workshop had been ended in Budapest

Cooperating with three other colleagues – Esztella Levko, Sebastián Cortés, and Mátyás Marofka – we had led a two-day-long workshop on physical methods of actor training in Budapest organized by Ladder Art Company. The cooperation as common research on actor training was fully inspiring. Thanks to the participants, who worked with engagement, trust, and open-mindedness. Special thanks to the INspiral Circus Center for the place they gave us. If you missed this session, follow the facebook page of the Kis Színház to get the latest news. The pictures of the workshop will be uploaded soon.

A Streetcar Named Desire at Columbia

We performed our adaptation of A Streetcar Named Desire directed by Rakesh Palisetty at Columbia University for director’s assignment in Anne Bogart’s class. The concept was inspired by the Shining. Thanks all of my colleagues: Hannah Benjamin, Kelley Nicole Dugan, David Hamilton és Samuel Singletary. 

Miss Julie at the Columbia

We made a fully engaging research and rehearsal process on a Miss Julie scene and had a successful presentation again at the Comlumbia University. Thanks Rakesh Palisetty for casting me as Jean and Hannah Benjamin and Kelley Nicole Dugan for making this artistic trip together as partners.

Workshop in Amsterdam in February 2019

Dear Friends from the theatre field,

If you are interested in trying out the Suzuki Method of Actor Training or the Viewpoints technique or you are already familiar with these disciplines and would like to practice and deepen your understanding, check out THIS MATERIAL or the facebook page of the Training Ensemble Nederland. Janouke Goosen, Judith Sleddens and me are curiously waiting to meet and work with you and your friends from 18th to 22nd of February in 2019 in Amsterdam.

 

New publication in English

I’m really excited to share that my first English paper has just been published by Symbolon based on the content of my presentation on the Vanishing Points in the Theatre Conference in 2016. Thanks for the editors and collaborators. The title of the paper is Theatrical Bridge: The Art and Actor Training Method of Tadashi Suzuki From a Hungarian Perspective. You can find the whole content HERE.

SITI Morning Studio

It is a great pleasure for me to announce that I will participate in the Morning Studio Program at the SITI Company, New York City. During the 8 weeks workshop we will study and practice Viewpoints technique and Suzuki Method of Actor Training together with the participants of the Conservatory Program and the artists of the SITI Company.

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