Miklós Bács, Zsolt Bogdán, József Bíró, Áron Dimény, Levente Molnár, Jacques Bourgaux, Marie Cayrol, Florin Coşuleţ, Diana Fufezan, Enikő Györgyjakab, Cătălin Patru, Ofelia Popii, Laurent Schuh, Cristian Stanca, Cristina Flutur, Adrian Matioc
music composed by
Anca Stranici, Laura Călina
Budapest, Hungary (2003)
Festivalul Coup de chauffe, Cognac, France (2004)
Bayonne, Seyne-Sur-Mer, Chatillon, France (2004)
Ponti '04 Festival of the Union of Theatres of Europe, Porto, Portugal (2004)
Festival of the Union of Theatres of Europe, Roma, Italy (2005)
10th edition of the Iberoamericano Theatre Festival of Bogota, Columbia (2006)
Naples Theatre Festival, Napoli, Italy (2008)
Ex Ponto International Theatre Festival, Ljubljana, Slovenia (2008)
Black Sea International Theatre Festival, Trabzon, Turkey (2009)
Youth Open Festival, Skopje, Macedonia (2009)
2003 - Best Performance of the Year (nomination), UNITER (Romanian Theatre Assoscation) Awards
2008 - Best Performance Award, Ex Ponto International Theatre Festival, Ljubljana, Slovenia
2009 - Best Performance of the Festival, Youth Open Festival, Skopje, Macedonia
Date of the opening: May 28, 2003
Photos: Makara Lehel
(1-12) and Pierre Borasci
Inspired by François Rabelais' The Life of Gargantua and Pantagruel, director Silviu Purcârete created this silent piece using rhythmic body movements. Quite removed from traditional theatre vocabulary, this progressive piece is bound to meet with great success wherever it is performed — no translation is necessary.
Opening date: May 28, 2003.
Running time: 1 hour and 20 minutes.