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Čtyři dny | Four days

HOPPart: Scale 1:5 (HU)

street art muzikál

/ Theatre
  • Thursday Jun 10 / 6 pm, Casino
  • Thursday Jun 10 / 8 pm, Casino
  • Wednesday Mar 7 / 6 pm, Casino
  • Wednesday Mar 7 / 8 pm, Casino
Price: 120 CZK / limited capacity

In this concert performance, HOPPartklub blends the best of pop music classics with urban spaces, making the city their stage. This new performance is part of the company’s ongoing experimentation with different forms of musical theatre. Join us on our the performance walk and discover the innovative work of these young theatre artists.

The HOPPart theatre company was founded in 2007 by graduates of the Hungarian Theatre Academy. Its members write and direct their performances collectively, experiment with contemporary musical theatre, and are also interested in creating site-specific works.

Parallel scales. The performers meet the spectators in a labirynth of streets and passages, and the city comes alive with music – this is Scale 1:5.

“Scale, rate, relation, degree, proportion.
Five actors: one city.
Zoltán, Kata, Tamás, Dia, Richárd. Budapest.
One mood: five tones.
Secession, a capella, wireless, disco, sensuality.
Five directions: one emotion.
Apart, joint, close, far, separate. Together.
One sound-strip: five scenes.
Underpass, shop-window, bus stop, labyrinth, doorway. Comics.
Proportionally perfect.”

Performers: Diána Magdolna Kiss, Kata Szilágyi, Richárd Barabás, Zoltán Friedenthál, Tamás Herczeg
Consultant: Dénes Bíró
Musical arrangement: Tamás Herczeg
Directed by: Tamás Herczeg and the company

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The performance was committed and sponsored by the PLACCC Festival and premiered at PLACCC 2011 in Budapest.

The premiere received support from the Hungarian National Cultural Foundation and SÍN Nonprofit Ltd.

The mention is: “Scale 1:5 has received a Creation Aid by the IN SITU network in the frame of the META project. This project has been funded with support from the European Commission (DGEAC – Culture Programme)”.