Participatory theatre for youth
Age group: Kid
Duration: 120 minutes
Aunt Gitta’s mission is to give her classes as much support as possible to break out from their underprivileged community. Now she invites a special guest to her class, Sebi, a former pupil of hers who has gone on to build a successful career as a cage fighter. However, Sebi’s arrival is not welcomed by everyone, including Mario, who 12 years ago experienced first-hand the consequences of a lack of impulse-control.
Form and duration
Length of the programme: 120 minutes
Patricipatory theatre: 80 minutes
Intermission: 10 minutes
Post-performance workshop: 30 minutes
Our complex theatre education programme is designed for students ages 13-14 with a particular focus on reaching out to disadvantaged communities. In choosing the theme, we have also drawn on teachers who test themselves on the most difficult terrain every day. The presentation aims to provide tangible help to overcome problems of impulse-control by getting students to play an active role. In addition to the theatrical experience, students can learn about and practice Nonviolent Communication and Crisis Intervention – because it is not enough to know that violence is bad: what really matters in a crisis is whether we have an alternative and how easily we can call upon it when we need it.
Venue and capacity
The premiere took place in Budapest, 2022. It is played primarily in schools. Maximum number of viewer-participants is 30. The production may be invited by schools, community centres and theatres.
05 December 11:00 - Somogyi Imre Primary School
06 December 9:00 - Németh László Primary School
08 December 9:00 - Németh László Primary School
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Feuer Yvette, Márfi Márk és Somhegyi György
Writer-Director: Viktor Szivák-Tóth
Costume: Kata Zubor
Production Assistant: Varga Orsolya