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.
It was my pleasure to be casted by Josue Castañeda for his director assignment and play the role of Kreon in an amazing scene with Matthew DeCostanza and Jake Simard at the Columbia University.
The video promo of our work in HKU (Utrecht, Netherlands) has just been edited.
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.
I had led my first Voice workshop at the Yorik Studio, Tîrgu-Mureș. I am grateful to the Studium Prospero Association for the support, to the Yorik Studio for hosting my course and especially to the wonderful, sensitive and brave group for the common research. The photos are available in the Gallery.
The photos of the workshop on the Suzuki Method of Actor Training in August 2018 are already available in the Gallery. I was lucky to work with this great team.
The photos of the Extended Ensemble workshop in August are now available in the Gallery.
Great team, hard work and cheerful mood. Thanks to the other two teachers Judith Bruynzeels and Carl Anders Hollander for their incredible work and HKU for their hospitality.
I am pleased to announce that the board of the Hungarian Academy of Arts’ 2018-2021 Scholarships awarded my application for support, so my doctoral and artistic research can be achieved with the support of the MMA in the coming years.
It is my pleasure to share with you that Izolda Péter had published a review in the Játéktér [Playground] about my last workshop in Cluj Napoca, Romania. Thanks a lot for the author and for the newspaper also! The review is in Hungarian, but maybe you have a Hungarian mate who can translate or at least Google translate is also your friend. Let’s read!
If it is still not enough for you, you can read a previous review written by Esztella Levko on the prae.hu.
“We always project into the future or reflect in the past, but we are so little in the present.”