Sea Lavender won Special Award of Theater Critics

Assosiation of Theater Critics rewarded the best prformances of the last season 37th time this year. Sea Lavender, duet of Éva Fahidi and Emese Cuhorka, directed by Réka Szabó won Special Award on 21st September.

The Miracles of the Night in Vaskakas Művészeti Központ of Győr on 24th June.

The miracles of the night in September in Trafó

Have you ever lain awake through the night with someone by your side, without “anything” happening between the two of you? And risen in the morning to a changed world inside nonetheless?

A girl busy with her drawing and a boy recreate this strange, dream-like state of something like awe in which two people just stare at each other. 

Mary and Max

Inspired by A. Elliot’s dough animation

Dear Audience,

We would like to tell you quite a nice story. It is more or less about how and why it does not matter whether you are young or old, whether you were born to be ugly and wretched, whether you live in a beautiful house and have a lot of money, you still need someone who understands you and who cares for you.

Come and see us from the 8th of April.

Till then, all the best, Mary and Max




Dear All,

I am Réka Szabó, director of the documentary Crying Will Get You Nowhere. Before divulging any details, let me start by thanking all of you for taking a few minutes to get acquainted with our project. If we manage to raise the funds necessary to complete the film, I am confident that we will have brought to the screen a truly moving story about a remarkable woman, Éva Fahidi. Time is of the essence. This film must be made now — or it never will. But what is the story, you may ask?Holocaust survivor Eva Fahidi s journey to the stage to dance for the first time in her life.

If you would like to contribute to the project,  donations can be transferred to the following bank account:  

Tünet Nonprofit Kft. // OTP Bank (SWIFT code: OTPVHUHB) // 11702036-29906060

IBAN HU30117020362990606000000000

Sea Lavender to debut in three festivals

Our piece Sea Lavender will debut in three Hungarian festivals this March. First, we will bring the piece to Jászai Mari Theatre (Tatabánya) to perform at MOST Festival on March 19, 7 pm.  On March 24, the piece will be performed at Karinthy Theatre (Budapest) within the framework of the Purim at Karinthy at 7pm, and last but not least, on March 25, we are travelling to Debrecen to perform at DESZKA Festival at Csokonai Theatre.