Péter Kárpáti / Secret Company

Acts of the Pitbull


ca. 100 min

A raging prophet arrives in Budapest after wandering for a thousand years. Barely has he arrived at the train station before he starts roaming through the city, acting like a pitbull on a playground. Using black humour, author and director Péter Kárpáti paints a nightmarish portrait of Hungarian society.               Part of "Leaving is not an option? – Current artistic positions from Hungary"

Produktion: FÜGE Productions, Trafó – House of Contemporary Arts (Budapest). Mit Unterstützung des National Cultural Fund of Hungary.    


Direction: Péter Kárpáti / and Secret Company / Text: Péter Kárpáti / With: Martin Boross, Zsuzsa Lőrincz, Zsolt Nagy, Angéla Stefanovics, Natasa Stork, Zola Szabó / Choreography: Zsófia Tamara Vadas / Production management: Dora Trifonov / Stage: Rózsa Sebő / Dramaturgy: Borbála Sebők / Assistant director: Martin Boross / Translation: Lazslo Kornitzer


  • Past
    Sun 9.3.2014, 17:00 / HAU3
    Mon 10.3.2014, 21:00 / HAU3
    Tue 11.3.2014, 20:00 / HAU3


Tempelhofer Ufer 10, 10963 Berlin

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