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Varró Dániel

The thirsty troll

 

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Ország Lili Studio

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Ország Lili Stúdió

What happens when a troll called Kalle thirsts for a litre of lacquer juice in the rugged fjords? Who are the goblins Mökki, Jukka Pekka, Gertrud, Greta, Freja, Frida, Jutta, Jütte?  Why is Eino, the clockwork goblin, so nosy, and why does the crab whose name is Kierkegaard think that all humans are afflicted with mad cow disease? In Dániel Varró's poetic tale, with its overwhelming humour and language, the typical landscapes and figures of Scandinavian mythology - fjords and glaciers, orcs, goblins, trolls, dwarves, Vikings, mermaids and mermen creatures - are brought to life in a one-man performance by Csaba Teszárek.

 

 

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What happens when a troll called Kalle thirsts for a litre of lacquer juice in the rugged fjords? Who are the goblins Mökki, Jukka Pekka, Gertrud, Greta, Freja, Frida, Jutta, Jütte?  Why is Eino, the clockwork goblin, so nosy, and why does the crab whose name is Kierkegaard think that all humans are afflicted with mad cow disease? In Dániel Varró's poetic tale, with its overwhelming humour and language, the typical landscapes and figures of Scandinavian mythology - fjords and glaciers, orcs, goblins, trolls, dwarves, Vikings, mermaids and mermen creatures - are brought to life in a one-man performance by Csaba Teszárek.

 

Above him hung a sign,

with a marker written the line:

"IMPORTANT! FORBIDDEN! CAUTION! DANGER!

DO NOT TOUCH THIS, STANGER!”

Little Eino pondered a bit,

He never really needed permit,

curious boys will be boys,

So he asked himself with gloomy voice,

And he asked curiously:

"If I touch it, what will it be?"

  • Written by

    Varró Dániel
  • Stage adaptation

    Cseri Hanna
  • Dramaturg

    Gimesi Dóra
  • Designer

    Hoffer Károly
  • Fénytervező

    Szondi György
  • Music by

    Cseri Hanna
  • Teszárek Csaba
  • Directed by

    Cseri Hanna

What happens when a troll called Kalle thirsts for a litre of lacquer juice in the rugged fjords? Who are the goblins Mökki, Jukka Pekka, Gertrud, Greta, Freja, Frida, Jutta, Jütte?  Why is Eino, the clockwork goblin, so nosy, and why does the crab whose name is Kierkegaard think that all humans are afflicted with mad cow disease? In Dániel Varró's poetic tale, with its overwhelming humour and language, the typical landscapes and figures of Scandinavian mythology - fjords and glaciers, orcs, goblins, trolls, dwarves, Vikings, mermaids and mermen creatures - are brought to life in a one-man performance by Csaba Teszárek.

 

Above him hung a sign,

with a marker written the line:

"IMPORTANT! FORBIDDEN! CAUTION! DANGER!

DO NOT TOUCH THIS, STANGER!”

Little Eino pondered a bit,

He never really needed permit,

curious boys will be boys,

So he asked himself with gloomy voice,

And he asked curiously:

"If I touch it, what will it be?"

  • Written by

    Varró Dániel
  • Stage adaptation

    Cseri Hanna
  • Dramaturg

    Gimesi Dóra
  • Designer

    Hoffer Károly
  • Fénytervező

    Szondi György
  • Music by

    Cseri Hanna
  • Teszárek Csaba
  • Directed by

    Cseri Hanna