BEATRIX SIMKÓ & ZOLTÁN GRECSÓ | #ORPHEUS#EURYDICE
Thu 10.9. at 19 +audience discussion
Zoltán Grecsó’s and Beatrix Simkó’s duo puts Orpheus’ and Eurydice’s mythos in today’s conditions, giving a special interpretation to this so many times presented love story. Now, Eurydice will be expelled to the hell of our present world. Of course, she will be followed by her lover, but this world is and remains unfamiliar to Orpheus, and suddenly he gets helpless and incapable – he has no vigor to confront the ethos of the 21st century.
"This incredible piece of work is worth it to show and to be proud all over the world!” - Andrea Ladányi - dancer, choreographer
Beatrix Simkó and Zoltán Grecsó have been performing their contemporary dance duet #Orpheus#Eurydice at Vígszínház Budapest since 2016. The piece was awarded with the grand prize at Festival of Dance 2018 in Hungary. In 2019 it was part of the Kuopio Dance Festival program.
Choreography, dance: Beatrix Simkó, Zoltán Grecsó | Music: Ábris Gryllus | Set design: Dániel Dömölky | Costum: Petra Földi | Production management: Anita Vodál | Producer: Pro Progressione | Production of the visit: JoJo – Oulu Dance Centre | Duration: 50 min | Age recommendation: 7 y
Beatrix Simkó is a Hungarian dancer, choreographer and media artist. In her works she engages the environments surrounding us via the expressive tools of the physical body. In the recent years she has worked in many international theatre and dance collaborations in Berlin, Stockholm, Bern, and Hamburg. Until 2020 she is selected artist of the Creative Crossroads Life Long Burning Program in partnership with Workshop Foundation. Web page.
Zoltán Grecsó is a freelancer dance artist and choreographer from Hungary. In 2014, he got the Fülöp Viktor scholarship as a dance teacher and became the artist vice president of the Amateur Dance Union. He teaches at the University of Theatre and Film Arts in Budapest since 2011. In the past 10 years he took part in nearly 60 productions in Hungary and abroad as well. He has established his own improvisation studio in 2009, which is known as Willany Leó Improvisation Dance Theatre in Budapest. Web page.
Tickets: 7th August 2020
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