15 September 2015
Studio performance in the main hall
“The play is the story of five women and five men. They are unsatisfied, disappointed, men hating and womanizers, emotionally jaded people. Selfishness, desire for possession, emotional addiction is how one can best characterize them and rheir relationships. But it all should be about love. The story of five men and five women is seen in situations where communication is derailed and suffering follows. Who know why? Maybe we do know. Maybe we even understand them a little bit since no matter how absurd their situations are, they are somewhat familiar. Five women and five men who choose something other than happiness. Let’s not pretend we’re better than them.” – writes Csaba Székely about his play commissioned by Figura.
The director Botond Nagy, graduate of László Bocsárdi’s class at
the University of Art Marosvásárhely. According to Nagy the play is a continuosly
morphing structure of everday life situations, the banality of a life in which
communication is only an accident and patience is only accidental. The play
puts on display the fragile reality of people with an invulnerable imagination
who on their mad pursuit to happiness forget about joy, love, and slowly
themselves too. They are on a course, but they should be on another. Maybe on
an interior one.
Set designer: Kupás Anna
Light design: Erőss László
Dramaturgy: Tamás István
Directed by: Botond Nagy
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