Played – and hopefully survived – by: Zsolt Csepei, Levente Imecs-Magdó, Margit Molnár, Nándor Vetési and Andrej Visky.
Who was with us: Andrea Kürti, Sámuel Visky és Othniel Visky.
The original performance directed by: András Hatházi.
Directed by: András Hatházi
Set and Costume Designer: Andrea Kürti
Visuals, Lights and Sound: Sámuel Visky
Video Projection, Catering: Othniel Visky
Management: Annamária Dáncsuj
PR: Júlia Anna Makkai
Technical Supervisor: Attila Almási
Physical Preparation: Huba Szász
Doctor: Péter Újvári
Volunteers: Virág Berszán, Loránd Gábor, Helga Hancz, Hunor Kis Pál, Emese Kötő, Anita Kürti, Tamás Imecs, Ágó Major, Csongor Nagy, Júlia Nagy, Tamás Szabó
Date: August 20th, 2011: from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
It’s 12 . What does this make you think? Perhaps that it is now noon or maybe midnight. That it feels good, sometimes, to sleep this much. That this is exactly half a day. That the church bells toll. That it is: Twelve O’clock High. But who on earth would think of improvising for twelve hours? The inevitable answer is: the members of the alternative theatre company called Váróterem Projekt (Waiting Room Project) would think of it. As part of the programme of Hungarian Culture Days of Kolozsár the theatre group engaged in a 12 hour improvisation entitled Sorsjáték (Game of Fate). Persistence, excitement, laughter, the beginning and end – a real theatrical experiment. We will ensure that from now on you will think of the Waiting Room Project when hearing the number 12.
Nothing’s stopping us!
August 20, 2011: Hungarian Days at Cluj-Napoca