About the festival

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 In the belief of concessive awaiting

– one DOT on Europe’s Cultural Map –

The DOT, as the symbol of Reflex3 refers to the silence; to the quality of experiencing. Because it is important to experience, to supplement, to become participants, to witness in quiet, to pay attention, to be receptive. Being in the same space, listening more: for us this means a get-together. Watchful rest. Void and plenitude, just like theatre that shows the full and the three quarters moon in the same time, the connection and the disconnection. The festival is the meeting point of all theatrical worlds, a milieu where we breathe value. Maria Shevtsova (theatrical aesthetics specialist, Goldsmiths, University of London) draws our attention to this: “Try to keep the intimacy of the festival. Being small does not mean being provincial, being small does not mean being insignificant or unpretending. This festival proves the opposite. And, since it started out well why shouldn’t it become one of international reputation?”

All accross Central- and Eastern Europe the Reflex International Theatre Festival with its 2009 and 2012 editions became a significant theatre festival, presenting some of the European theatrical culture’s most important performances. It brought several award winning productions, as the Deutsches Theater’s Oresteia directed by Michael Thalheimer, Oskaras Koršunovas’s Hamlet from OKT Theatre Lithuania, Persona. Marilyn of Teatr Dramatyczny, directed by Krystian Lupa, or Radio Müezzin of Rimini Protokoll. These productions have the force to form the arts and audience of the Szekler region. With this edition of the festival we also offer vivid, qualitative and poetical contemporary performances for our audience members who wish for high-standard theatre. Our aim is to invite productions that respond to the world’s events in a reflexive way: classics in up-to-date version, riotously subjective contemporary, staggeringly powerful physical theatre, theatrical delusion, grim mirror-holding and artworks providing total theatre experience.

László Bocsárdi
Festival director

FESTIVAL STAFF

Festival director: László Bocsárdi
Festival coordinator: Arnold Musát
The director’s assistant, international relations: Ildikó Veress
Technical manager: László Wegroszta
Finance manager: Orsolya Kádár
Coordinator of communication and PR: Mónika Barta
General editor: catalogue, website, publications: Boglárka Prezsmer
Graphic design: József Bartha, Attila Kusztos

Creative Team: Mónika Barta, Dezső Derzsi, Adrian Ganea, Ágnes-Evelin Kispál, Attila Kispál, Zsolt Kató, Bence Kónya-Ütő, Attila Kusztos, László Wegroszta
Photographers: Zsolt Barabás, János Henning, Levente Vargyasi
Social network: Dezső Derzsi, Bence Kónya-Ütő
Web design: Attila Kispál, Ágnes-Evelin Kispál
Website programmer: Artkonekt –Attila Fülöp, Hunor Kedves
Website editor: Annamária Szabó

Press relations: Mónika Barta
Consultant: Emese Turoczki
Press collaborators: Kinga Boros, Beáta Lídia László, Nina Tintar, Boglárka Prezsmer
Project consultant, editor, translator: Nina Tintar
In/between reflex(ions) – project manager: Kinga Boros (The Mentor Project of the theatre journal Playing Area)

Guest and invitees reception: Zsuzsanna Kovács, Krisztina Szabó
Theatre companies’ reception: Lóránd Bartha, Ágnes Benedek, Tibor Pálffy, Horaţiu Fâra, Réka Szabó

Translations: Eszter Bíró, Lídia László Beáta, Nina Tintar, Boglárka Prezsmer, László Sándor, Ildikó Veress
Interpreters: Ferenc Csortán, Emese Koszta, Eszter Tompa
Festival spot and video: Rec-cont Film Productions
Radiospot: Bence Kónya-Ütő
Festival radio: István Tamás, Emese Gy. Turoczki

Volunteer’s coordinator: Misi Fazakas
Venue coordinators: Mária Magdolna Dobre, Szende Gazda, Mercédesz Antal, Réka Antal, Tímea Bartha, Szilárd Bernát,
Appolónia Bilibok, Mónika Csatlós, Karola Dani, Bernadette Daragics, Renáta Gál, Tímea Gyenge, Kincső Hegyi,
Csilla Kerekes-Salamon, Csengi Keresztes, Noémi, Kosztándi, Bence Kovács-Vajda, Emese Kovács, Andrea Mild,
Oszkár Mucha, Izolda Péter, Radu Bogdan Ştefan, Blanka Szatmári, Tamás Szőcs, Bernadett Vadász

Deputy manager: Zoltán Török
Secretary: Ágnes Erdély
Accounts department: Ibolya Kerestély, Mária Nagy, Ágnes Veress
Legal advisor: Dóra Stamate
Legal advisor’s assistant: Kincső Nagy Lázár
Ticket sales: Annamária Barti
Ticket sales by: www.biletmaster.ro

Production manager: Csanád Dálnaki
Stage manager: Enikő Bartók, Tünde Timea Csomós, Edit Veres
Stagehand: István Barti, Csaba Farkas, László Gecse, István Kecskés, Gábor Kovács, Lehel Kovács, Attila László, János Lupu, Tibor Molnár, István Orbán, Csaba Péterffy, János Veres
Sound technician: Szabolcs Józsi, Szabolcs Lukács, Huba Szabó
Light technician: Zsolt Ambrus, György Chiriţescu, Csaba Horváth, Zsolt Vargha
Dresser: Judith Bartha, Melinda Both, Mónika Kis Vizoli, Angéla Nyisztor
Property maker: Ádám Zayzon
Propsman: Olga Kocsis, Ibolya Kovács
Hairdresser: Andrea Győry
Festival’s technical conditions: Agócs Tibor and APBT.HU Kft.

Security: Csaba Pál
Driver: György Opra
Poster display: László Boda, József Oláh
Charwoman: Rozália Tordai, Anna-Mária Györgybíró
Doorman: Ferenc Csiki, László Kádár, Olga Nagy, József Lehel Rákosi, Melinda Zayzon
Dressmaker: Mónika Antal, Zsuzsa Baló, Zsuzsanna Gyárfás, Dénes Porzsolt
Electrician: Sándor Veress
Fireman: Jenő Opra

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MARCH 18-31 | 2015

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