DANCE THEATRE SHOWS

One body two souls

Everybody is looking for their other half.. Is the one beside you is The ONE? What can you live with and what cannot you live without? Each situation has two sides, we have the right to think and feel different than our partner.

 

Our souls cares each other, physically the body can become actually one, only the body can be directed. The soul is always free, independent of time and space.

Choreographer: Dorottya Ujszászi

Performers: Dávid Baranya, Dorotty Ujszászi

Music: Edward Elgar's Cello Concerto 

Electronical music: Attila Gergely

Lighting: Máté Vajda

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Click

For the first time in 2014, Dorottya Ujszaszi worked with Young Choreographers Forum program. She is the first choreographer whos work got built into the KET programs. The collaboration began with the work called Click.

 

“It’s not guaranteed that someone is happy who is in a relationship, and it’s not guaranteed that a person who is alone is lonely. One thing is for sure, deep inside, everyone is dreaming of finding the person, with whom everything clicks.” Consla, which was developed by Dorotty Ujszaszi, is a technique built on the foundations of contemporary dance, contact improvisation and salsa, it leads us via body movements into the labyrinth of relationships. Illusions and reality, classic and modern man and woman roles, differences and similarities in European and Latin-American cultures, personal stories.

 

Choregrapher: Dorottya Ujszaszi

 

Assistant: Ádám Frigy

Music: László Mádi

Vocals: Péter Ujvári

Costume: Kinga Gulyás

Lighting: Zoltán Fogarasi

 

Performers: Mariann Hargitai, Adrienn Horváth, Gábor Ivanov, Zsanett Jakab, Péter Kovács, András Szabó, Dalma Wéninger 

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'We all have experienced the 'forgotten password' situation. Password is an imaginary code created by us and still we often unlock ourselves from our system. Why do we use so many passwords nowadays? For safety? What does it mean being safe? Are we really safe? Where do we feel safe? Is it good to be safe? Do we have passwords in our body? Who do we share our password with?'

Choreographer: Dorottya Ujszászi 

Dancers: Dorottya Ujszászi, Ádám Frigy

Baroque violinist: Kinga Ujszászi (United Kingdom)

Consultant: Quan Bui Ngoc (Belgium), Gáspár Téri

Lighting: Máté Vajda

Electronic music: László Mádi

Venue: MU Theatre, Budapest

Hungarian supporters: National Cultural Fund of Hungary, Workshop Foundation, SIN Cultural Center, MU Theatre

 

 

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