Produced & Presented by Ladder Art Company
Supported by the Liszt Institute - Hungarian Cultural Centre, London
With an aerial rope and several fairies, two characters search for their essential selves in a never-ending process of growing up. In their world, magic doesn’t require anything but a pillow, and if it’s too dark, you light up the sky with the stars that you draw with your own fingers.
"For many years I mistook myself for someone, who doesn’t exist; and even beyond years, I mistook the impalpable for the impossible. Countless fairies, neither one nor more: that is what I am, the rest is just appearance."
On Stage Tuesday 16 & Wednesday 17 November at 8:00pm
Non-verbal (with a poem included in English)
Creators and performers:
Music: Victor Morató Ribera and Adrián Kovács
Musical director: Adrián Kovács
Costume and set design: Zsuzsa Szőke
Light design, technician: András Váradi
Assistant: Krisztián Kiliti
Technical assistant: Norbert Bakonyi
Production manager: Brigitta Kovács
Co-director: Balázs Kulcsár
Director: Mátyás Marofka
Music recording and sound design: Zoltán Schilling
Musicians: Adrián Kovács, Szabolcs Dörnyei, Stefánia Pénzes, Árpád Székely
Photos: Aliz Győri
Visual, poster: Luca Molnár
The poem "Örvény" (Vortex) by Sándor Weöres translated by Paul Sohar and Peter Sherwood is interpreted by Tricia Hitchcock and Annabelle Cooper.
International Visegrad Fund, National Cultural Fund of Hungary (NKA), Hungarian Balassi Institute Istanbul, SÍN Cultural Centre (Budapest) Divadlo Thália Theatre (Kosice), Artus Stúdió (Budapest), Magyar Művészeti Akadémia (MMA), StageHive, Tiszta Formák Foundation, Ministry of Human Resources Hungary (EMMI), and Liszt Institute - Hungarian Cultural Centre London