Timothy and the Things
  • Co-creators and performers: Emese Cuhorka, László Fülöp
  • Music: Antonin Dvorak IX. “New World” Symphony, and Zoltán Mizsei
  • Lights: Orsolya Pete
  • Costumes: Emese Kasza / Mei Kawa
  • Co-producer: SÍN Culture Center

‘What could be so important that stops you from calling us back for three days? What’s the thing that can’t wait five minutes? You can’t disappear like this! Nobody can vanish like this.’

(snowflake categorizing, fidgeting at dinner, psychology of the laundry, the stupid one is not me, put off today’s duties for tomorrow, I’m getting older, ponder on the pencil’s blunting, you should have said that yesterday, the other one’s snuffling, absored in someone else, what do they think of me, why can’t you just understand it)

Our goal was to figure out where the seemingly wasted time goes to? If there were anything like uselessly spent time. How, why, and to where things – time, feelings, or sometimes even you and other people – disappear? What is exactly the nature of this magic – or the magic of this nature? We tried to unfold this mystical and complex phenomenon on a personal, honest and amusing way.

You can watch the full-lenght video of the piece –>here<–. For the password please contact me: info@laszlofulop.com

And two other treaser –>here<– and –>here<–

    Previous performances:

  • 4-5th/December/2015. – in MU Theater, Budapest.
  • 2nd/March/2016. – in MU Theater, Budapest.
  • 20th/OCTOBER/2016 – at Alfred ve Dvore Theater in Prague
  • 4th/December/2016 – in MU Theater, Budapest
  • 10th/December/2016 – on the 3th Hungarian Contemporary Dance Festival in Berlin at DOCK11
  • 2nd/February/2017 – at Moving Futures Festival in Amsterdam
  • 5th/March/2017 – at LIKE Festival in Bucharest
  • 17th/March/2017 – at Spanski Borci in Ljubljana
  • 1st/April/2017 – at NDK in Sofia
  • 30th/April/2017 – at Spring Forward Festival, AerowavesTwenty17 in Aarhus
  • 14th/May/2017 – at Alterra, in Szeged

Supporters: International Visegrad Fund, National Cultural Fund of Hungary, Open Latitudes Network (3), L1 Association, Workshop Foundation Budapest, MU Theater

Reviews about the show are available: in Hungarian –>here<–, and some short ones in English –>here<–

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