GLOSTER, THE REPTILE
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GLOSTER, THE REPTILE

Shakespeare: Richard III. / Radnóti Miklós Theatre

His face is yellow beneath the high-gloss strap of the black crown. It’s almost phosphorescent. He is Richard the demon who knows what to think of a human being in order to corrupt him adequately. BY KATALIN GABNAI. More

 MALKOVICH FOREVER
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MALKOVICH FOREVER

Sandro Miller: Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich – A Homage to Photographic Masters / Műcsarnok

The project is moving, playful, special: the American fashion and portrait photographer, Sandro Miller has recreated several iconic portraits in the history of photography with the ingenious, chameleon-like John Malkovich. More

AIMING THE GUTS
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AIMING THE GUTS

FC Bergman (BE): 300 el x 50 el x 30 el

It is true of all of the FC Bergman collective’s productions, but 300 el x 50 el x 30 el is perhaps the strongest case for it, that the performance works at the viewers’ guts while simultaneously firing off intellectual and emotional triggers. More

THE MAGIC OF LIFE
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THE MAGIC OF LIFE

György Dragomán: The Bone Fire / Staatsschauspiel Dresden and Vígszínház

One in three: György Dragomán’s novel, The Bone Fire was set on stage in four theatres of three countries as a result of a special co-operation. By KRISZTINA VAGDALT. More

BEST OF ESTERHÁZY
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BEST OF ESTERHÁZY

Péter Esterházy: Mercedes Benz / Tesla Teátrum

The new play of Péter Esterházy called Mercedes Benz premiered in Tesla Teátrum in a Reader’s Theater – apparently for a single special occasion. BY PÉTER POGRÁNYI. More

PRIVATE BANKING
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PRIVATE BANKING

The Whiskey Bandit

The Whiskey Bandit turned out to be a professionally orchestrated, dynamic genre piece with convincing acting and splendid music. BY TÍMEA HUNGLER. More

GOD’S FIASCO
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GOD’S FIASCO

Péter Esterházy: A Simple Story comma a hundred pages – Mark’s version

It is possible that God does not exist at all, but nevertheless, or for that very reason, one can believe in him, one can pray to him, and, as many will testify from experience, one must fear him. (And according to Voltaire, as we all know, if He didn’t exist, it would be necessary to invent him. More