Zita Dr. RIHAY-KOVÁCS
Zita Dr. RIHAY-KOVÁCS
Volunteers in the past
Yvette Feuer actress, theatre-maker. Between 1992 she is a member of Arvisura Theatre Company, Merlin Theatre and Krétakör (Master and Margarita, Great play, Hamlet, Waiting for Godot). Between 1996-2001 she works for the Hungarian Red Nose Clownsdoctors Foundation. In 2001 she goes to the US as a Fulbright grantee, to study theatre. In 2003 she graduates from Sarah Lawrence College with an MFA in Theatre and continues to work in the US until 2008. After she returns home she works with several Hungarian independent theatre companies and in 2011 founds her own company called Clowns on the Horizon. The goal and mission of the company to strengthen solidarity through theatre. Since then nearly 30,000 people have seen the various performances of the company in Hungary and the neighboring countries. Yvette lives in Budapest with her husband and son.
Papp László, Tareq
Alida Bevk Slovenian-Hungarian actress graduated from the Academy of Theatre, Radio, Film and Television in Ljubljana, Slovenia in 2001. First, she became a member of the ensemble of the Slovene National Theatre Nova Gorica, taking on a number of important roles, and in 2008 she became a member of the Slovene National Theatre Drama Ljubljana (shortened: SNT Drama Ljubljana) ensemble, performing in Bernhard’s The Force of Habit, Tadel’s Supply and Demand, Mamet’s November, and Chekhov’s Three Sisters, etc. In 2011, Bevk began actively investigating speech, and was trained by the most prominent speech teachers of Fitzmaurice Voicework in London and Los Angeles. In 2013 Bevk finished her Fitzmaurice Voicework training in London and began to teach as an Associate Professor at the Academy. In 2015, she became the head of the Theatre Department at the Academy in Ljubljana. Alongside her teaching work she works as an independent actress.
Réka Kincses was born in Targu-Mures, Romania. Studied Literature and Linguistics in Cluj-Napoca, Romania and in Budapest, Hungary; and Directing for Film and Television at the German Film and Television Academy, Berlin (dffb). She graduated with the long feature Homeland, Sex and further Inconveniences, founded by ZDF, Das kleine Fernsehspiel, MFG Baden-Württemberg and Medienboard. Her documentary Balkan Champion has won several prices. She has been writing and directing for theatre since 2013; her piece „The Pentheszileia Program“ has been shown in numerous theatres and festivals in Hungary, Germany and Romania. Currently she is working as a freelance film- and theater director and teacher.
dr. Rihay-Kovács Zita
Veronika Szabó is a Hungarian theatre maker, performer and director. She studied acting, applied theatre, sociology and received her MA at Central School of Speech and Drama. She has been creating performance work on her own and with a range of collaborators since 2007. She often creates immersive, participatory or site-specific performances as well as directing community-based shows. She runs workshops and trainings about forum theatre internationally. Her works often include audience participation, aurality, dark humor, movement, and singing, and are questioning our established ideas and mindset about certain issues. Her works have been performed at various festivals and theatres internationally.