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Nick Dear

Frankenstein

Mary Shelley regényéből készült színpadi átdolgozás

Premier - 2022. 02. 25.

Nick Dear: Frankenstein Nick Dear: Frankenstein
16+

110 minutes with no intermission

Ország Lili Studio

Bunraku Mask performance Giant puppet
16+

Ország Lili Stúdió

110 minutes with no intermission

Mary Shelley's 19th century horror novel is a story of the wonder and responsibility of creation, a Shakespearean tragedy of the eternal interdependence of creator and created being.

With english subtitle on the 21st of April, 2024.

Tickets: https://babszinhaz.jegy.hu/program/frankenstein-130271/1039651 

Photos of the play 2023

A master has duties – you left me to die! I am not a slave. I am free. If you deny my request I will make you my enemy, I will work at your destruction, I will dedicate myself, I won’t rest until I desolate your heart! 

 

Victor Frankenstein, the brilliant, ambitious young scientist, creates a living body out of dead bodies, a breathing, feeling, thinking being, but is horrified by his own creation and pushes it away. The Creature sets out to explore the world with the innocent curiosity of a child, but encounters only horror, rejection and hatred along the way. His power is immense, his rage cosmic, his loneliness the most terrible loneliness imaginable, for there is no one in the world like him. So he calls on his creator to create a mate for him…

 

Mary Shelley's 19th century horror novel is a story of the wonder and responsibility of creation, a Shakespearean tragedy of the eternal interdependence of creator and created being.

 

Nick Dear: Frankenstein

A stage adaptation of Mary Shelley's novel

FRANKENSTEIN was first performed at the National Theatre in London on 5 February 2011.

The production of the work was licensed to Budapest Puppet Theatre by Rosica Colin Ltd, London in association with Proscenium Copyright Agency Ltd.

 

AniMate (FOR 10-12TH GRADERS AND ADULTS)

In our horror story game, we follow in the footsteps of Mary Shelley and learn all about how the story of Frankenstein was written.

The session is designed by: Károly Hoffer and Viktória Végvári

(tuning session, 50 minutes, max. 20 people)

 

Press

"Van egy pont, ahol a döntés a te kezedben van" - Interjú Márkus Sándor színművésszel a Deszkavizio.hu oldalon. 

Frankenstein démona- Interjú Keresztes Tamás rendezővel és Ellinger Edina igazgatóval a Revizoronline.com oldalon.

Magasan fejlett szervezetek- Kritika a Revizoronline.com oldalon.

Modern Prométheusz- Ajánló a Deszkavizio.hu oldalon.

Miért akarunk Istent játszani, ha emberként is elbukunk? - Ajánló az Index.hu oldalon.

A Kreatúra elszabadul - Kritika a Nepszava.hu oldalon.

Vérfagyasztó embertelenség - Kritika a Pótszékfoglalón

  • Written by

    Mary Shelley
  • Adapted for stage

    Nick Dear
  • Translation by

    Koltai M. Gábor
  • Dramaturgy

    Gimesi Dóra
  • Puppet and costume design

    Hoffer Károly
  • Scenery

    Keresztes Tamás
  • Movement by

    Vati Tamás
  • Music by

    Kézdy Luca
  • Visual arts by

    Varga Vince
  • Directed by

    Keresztes Tamás
  • Director’s assistant

    Bánky Eszter
  • Stage Manager

    Miklósi Ferenc
  • Stage Manager Assistant

    Fogarassy Katalin
Premier

2022. 02. 25.

Types of puppets Bunraku Mask performance Giant puppet

A master has duties – you left me to die! I am not a slave. I am free. If you deny my request I will make you my enemy, I will work at your destruction, I will dedicate myself, I won’t rest until I desolate your heart! 

 

Victor Frankenstein, the brilliant, ambitious young scientist, creates a living body out of dead bodies, a breathing, feeling, thinking being, but is horrified by his own creation and pushes it away. The Creature sets out to explore the world with the innocent curiosity of a child, but encounters only horror, rejection and hatred along the way. His power is immense, his rage cosmic, his loneliness the most terrible loneliness imaginable, for there is no one in the world like him. So he calls on his creator to create a mate for him…

 

Mary Shelley's 19th century horror novel is a story of the wonder and responsibility of creation, a Shakespearean tragedy of the eternal interdependence of creator and created being.

 

Nick Dear: Frankenstein

A stage adaptation of Mary Shelley's novel

FRANKENSTEIN was first performed at the National Theatre in London on 5 February 2011.

The production of the work was licensed to Budapest Puppet Theatre by Rosica Colin Ltd, London in association with Proscenium Copyright Agency Ltd.

 

AniMate (FOR 10-12TH GRADERS AND ADULTS)

In our horror story game, we follow in the footsteps of Mary Shelley and learn all about how the story of Frankenstein was written.

The session is designed by: Károly Hoffer and Viktória Végvári

(tuning session, 50 minutes, max. 20 people)

 

  • Written by

    Mary Shelley
  • Adapted for stage

    Nick Dear
  • Translation by

    Koltai M. Gábor
  • Dramaturgy

    Gimesi Dóra
  • Puppet and costume design

    Hoffer Károly
  • Scenery

    Keresztes Tamás
  • Movement by

    Vati Tamás
  • Music by

    Kézdy Luca
  • Visual arts by

    Varga Vince
  • Directed by

    Keresztes Tamás
  • Director’s assistant

    Bánky Eszter
  • Stage Manager

    Miklósi Ferenc
  • Stage Manager Assistant

    Fogarassy Katalin

"Van egy pont, ahol a döntés a te kezedben van" - Interjú Márkus Sándor színművésszel a Deszkavizio.hu oldalon. 

Frankenstein démona- Interjú Keresztes Tamás rendezővel és Ellinger Edina igazgatóval a Revizoronline.com oldalon.

Magasan fejlett szervezetek- Kritika a Revizoronline.com oldalon.

Modern Prométheusz- Ajánló a Deszkavizio.hu oldalon.

Miért akarunk Istent játszani, ha emberként is elbukunk? - Ajánló az Index.hu oldalon.

A Kreatúra elszabadul - Kritika a Nepszava.hu oldalon.

Vérfagyasztó embertelenség - Kritika a Pótszékfoglalón

Gallery of table reading

Gallery of rehearsals

Gallery of the show