It’s summer, but life doesn’t stop at the Váróterem Projekt!
On July 29th we visited Alsórákos, where we presented our show called The Pea Test to the local children at the Culture House from 5 o’clock pm. The performance was invited to Alsórákos as a part of the Reactor de creație și experiment’s A 100 years of Romania. Secondary stories project.
On August 3rd we will visit Nagykároly, again with the The Pea Test. The performance will take place on the stage at the Castle Park, from 7:30 pm, as part of the Junior Day festivities.
On August 9th our show called Qkac was invited by the Thealter Festival to Szeged. This invitation is interesting because the poems of Varró Dániel will be presented in the Csillag prison, told by Qkac and Sebők Maya.
We do not stop at the end of the season! We have started the rehearsals of the ensemble’s latest show, which will be presented at the beginning of next season, at the end of September. The show is directed by Sipos Krisztina, who is involved in numerous Váróterem Projekt performances, and she has directed the performance Tuesday – choirtemporary show. Creative team: Bodoki-Halmen Zsolt – composer; Gábor Zsófia – designer; Csepei Zsolt – writer and actor; Imecs-Magdó Levente, Pál Emőke, Rácz Endre, Ötvös Kinga and Sebők Maya – actors; Rend Orsolya – assistant and Sipos Júlia – technician. The performance is funded by AFCN and NKA. Let’s meet in September!
We have reached the fourth premiere of this year, and the end of this season. On Friday, June 15, starting at 20 o`clock we present the performance entitled Intimidate Me. The production is the third collaboration between Váróterem Projekt and director Cosmin Matei, after Occupy Yourself and Reacting Chernobyl shows.
Synopsis: No matter how we move into the vast subjective territories, we formalize feelings of emotions, thoughts and alternative actions. We even become their object. Under all this, however, the imaginary of life works transversely. Access to this imaginary has become the art of each of us. It’s our responsibility where we choose to place it. But more often than not it happens that objects enter a void of orientation. And the responsibility of those experienced to the novice’s orientation instincts is a vital condition. And when both poles share the same orientation void, only chaos works with elementary particles, their integrity becoming a variable. So where do we lay our imagination?