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Otfried Preußler

Krabat in the Black Mill

Premier - 2024. 03. 02.

12+

175 minutes 1 intermission

Main Stage

Glove puppet Rod puppet Black Theatre Mask performance Shadow Theatre Giant puppet Object game
12+

Nagyszínpad

175 minutes 1 intermission

The beginning of our story is simple, simple, just as young Krabat's past was simple. It was, until a Black Mill appeared before him in a dream, with black crows inside, and a one-eyed Master of Black Magic.

Krabat follows his dream, enters the mill, shakes hands with the Master, but this simple handshake seals his fate, he can never leave the Black Mill again. Simplicity is replaced by mysterious, inexplicable events. Slowly, it becomes clear that the Mill is a Black School, and that the students are being given special abilities in return for their work.

 

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The beginning of our story is simple, simple, just as young Krabat's past was simple. It was, until a Black Mill appeared before him in a dream, with black crows inside, and a one-eyed Master of Black Magic.

Krabat follows his dream, enters the mill, shakes hands with the Master, but this simple handshake seals his fate, he can never leave the Black Mill again. Simplicity is replaced by mysterious, inexplicable events. Slowly, it becomes clear that the Mill is a Black School, and that the students are being given special abilities in return for their work.

Krabat and his friends, the apprentices, experience the limits of their abilities and the price they must pay.

Krabat rebels and fights for freedom, but he is powerless against his Master. Powerless, unless he recieves help by the mysterious, pure hearted cantor girl, whose name must never be spoken - so that the Master never finds out about her - who must enter the Black Mill for the final trial, so that Krabat can get out. Getting in is easy, but getting out is either neither of them, or only together.

One of the most popular works of German youth literature, Otfried Preuβler's novel Krabat is a grippingly exciting story of friendship, community, magic and growing up. This brand-new puppet adaptation of the classic story, which has been adapted for film and stage several times, is written by Ágnes Kali and Máté Hegymegi.

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"A Mester, a varjak és a Fekete Malom" - beszélgetés Hannus Zoltánnal a Trend FM 94.2-n futó Kapcsolódjunk! c. műsorában

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Lassan őröl - kritika a Népszavában

Fekete mágia a Budapest Bábszínházban - ajánló a Színház Online oldalán

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Interjú Ács Norberttel az Színház- és Filmművészeti Egyetem oldalán

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Feketeiskola a határon - kritka a Revizor oldalán

Sötét, festői vízió, lidérces álmok kivetülése… - kritka a Pepita Magazin oldalán

Eladod a lelked a hatalomért, vagy inkább az életet választod? – kritika a WMN oldalán

Sötét varázslatok kivédése – Kritika a Deszkavízió oldalán

Krabat a Fekete Malomban - kritika a Kétlámpás Blogon

A sátánt kell jóllakatni - ajánló a 444 oldalán

  • Written by

    Otfried Preußler
  • Translated by

    Farkas Tünde
  • Stage adaptation, dramaturg

    Kali Ágnes
  • Dramaturg consultant

    Gimesi Dóra
  • Music by

    Urbán Kristóf
  • Set and puppet designer

    Fekete Anna
  • Costume and puppet designer

    Kálmán Eszter
  • Motion Picture Designer

    Varga Vince
  • Fénytervező

    Szondi György
  • Directed by

    Hegymegi Máté
  • Assistant Director

    Aradi Regina Anna
  • Stage Manager

    Szrenkó Tamás
  • Prompter

    Havasi Zsuzsanna
Premier

2024. 03. 02.

Types of puppets Glove puppet Rod puppet Black Theatre Mask performance Shadow Theatre Giant puppet Object game

The beginning of our story is simple, simple, just as young Krabat's past was simple. It was, until a Black Mill appeared before him in a dream, with black crows inside, and a one-eyed Master of Black Magic.

Krabat follows his dream, enters the mill, shakes hands with the Master, but this simple handshake seals his fate, he can never leave the Black Mill again. Simplicity is replaced by mysterious, inexplicable events. Slowly, it becomes clear that the Mill is a Black School, and that the students are being given special abilities in return for their work.

Krabat and his friends, the apprentices, experience the limits of their abilities and the price they must pay.

Krabat rebels and fights for freedom, but he is powerless against his Master. Powerless, unless he recieves help by the mysterious, pure hearted cantor girl, whose name must never be spoken - so that the Master never finds out about her - who must enter the Black Mill for the final trial, so that Krabat can get out. Getting in is easy, but getting out is either neither of them, or only together.

One of the most popular works of German youth literature, Otfried Preuβler's novel Krabat is a grippingly exciting story of friendship, community, magic and growing up. This brand-new puppet adaptation of the classic story, which has been adapted for film and stage several times, is written by Ágnes Kali and Máté Hegymegi.

  • Written by

    Otfried Preußler
  • Translated by

    Farkas Tünde
  • Stage adaptation, dramaturg

    Kali Ágnes
  • Dramaturg consultant

    Gimesi Dóra
  • Music by

    Urbán Kristóf
  • Set and puppet designer

    Fekete Anna
  • Costume and puppet designer

    Kálmán Eszter
  • Motion Picture Designer

    Varga Vince
  • Fénytervező

    Szondi György
  • Directed by

    Hegymegi Máté
  • Assistant Director

    Aradi Regina Anna
  • Stage Manager

    Szrenkó Tamás
  • Prompter

    Havasi Zsuzsanna

„A báb remekül ki tud zárni engem, a mozgatót” – Interjú Bartha Bendegúzzal a Deszakvízió oldalán

"A Mester, a varjak és a Fekete Malom" - beszélgetés Hannus Zoltánnal a Trend FM 94.2-n futó Kapcsolódjunk! c. műsorában

Deszkákon az idei év - a Kortárs Online Magazin 2024-es színházi bemutatóinak várományosai között a Krabat a ífekete Malomban

Lassan őröl - kritika a Népszavában

Fekete mágia a Budapest Bábszínházban - ajánló a Színház Online oldalán

Interjú Teszárek Csabával - Klasszik Rádió, Reggeli Expressz

Interjú Ács Norberttel az Színház- és Filmművészeti Egyetem oldalán

„…lefordítjuk a saját közegünkre azt, amit a színházban látunk” - interjú Hegymegi Máté rendezővel a Revizor oldalán

Feketeiskola a határon - kritka a Revizor oldalán

Sötét, festői vízió, lidérces álmok kivetülése… - kritka a Pepita Magazin oldalán

Eladod a lelked a hatalomért, vagy inkább az életet választod? – kritika a WMN oldalán

Sötét varázslatok kivédése – Kritika a Deszkavízió oldalán

Krabat a Fekete Malomban - kritika a Kétlámpás Blogon

A sátánt kell jóllakatni - ajánló a 444 oldalán

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