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Kornél Mundruczó

Szégyen/Schande

Theatre

Kornél Mundruczó’s adaptation of J.M. Coetzee’s novel “Disgrace” works with the drastic images of a theater-reality show. The director illuminates current shifts in power on the political map, transferring the events from South Africa to Europe from his Hungarian perspective – “as a parable of the questions of being European, of the general fears and problems on our continent, which is so visibly facing great upheavals.”

Co-production: Wiener Festwochen, Proton Cinema + Theatre (Budapest), Trafó – House of Contemporary Arts (Budapest), HAU Hebbel am Ufer, Festival d’Avignon, Kunstenfestivaldesarts (Brussels), Malta Festival (Poznan), Romaeuropa Festival.

Cast

Regie: Kornél Mundruczó / Bühne und Kostüm: Márton Ágh / Dramaturg: Viktória Petrányi / Musik: János Szemenyei / Künstlerische Beratung: Yvette Bíró / Regieassistenz : Áron Ferenczik

Dates

  • Past
    Thu 8.11.2012, 20:00 / HAU2
    Fri 9.11.2012, 20:00 / HAU2
    Sat 10.11.2012, 20:00 / HAU2

Location

HAU2
Hallesches Ufer 32, 10963 Berlin

There are two marked parking spots in front of the building. (in Großbeerenstraße). Wheelchair ramp and lift available. Barrier-free restroom facilities are available. Advance notification advised via service@hebbel-am-ufer.de.

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