Road movie is filmed under the auspices of the Theatre Olympics
On the occasion of World Theatre Day a traditional theatrical mask donated by Theodoros Terzopoulos to the 10th Theatre Olympics will “go on a journey” to visit some of our guest artists.
Juliette Binoche: ‘We are granted the privilege of peeking into the secret of secrets”
These are some of the questions Juliette Binoche addresses in the interview by Enikő Sepsi on her reading performance at MITEM The Matter of Light, based on the book Talking with Angels.
Slava Polunin: ‘I have always been attracted to the absurd and the grotesque’
From 16-18 June, the legendary company of Slava Polunin will be presenting SnowShow five times as part of the Theatre Olympics. We spoke to the artist about the play, which has been a huge success for three decades.
World Puppetry Day – Message from Nina Malíková
21 March is not only the beginning of meteorological spring, but also World Puppetry Day. Below is the international message of the World Day, written by Czech puppet theatre expert Nina Malíková.
The Spanish Hamlet in Budapest: Declan Donnellan and Nick Ormerod – Creators of Life is a Dream
What makes this classic of Baroque Spanish drama topical? What is the difference between film and theatre? What makes the Theatre Olympics special? These are some of the questions we asked of the British creators of Life is a Dream, a production coming to MITEM from Madrid.
“I did not expect to like it, let alone love it” — Slava Polunin to visit Hungary again
Between 16-18 June, as part of the Theatre Olympics, there will be five performances of SnowShow by the legendary company of French-based international cultural icon Slava Polunin.
Zoltán Rátóti: “The Madách project can launch an international discourse”
With the Madách Project, the 2023 Hungarian Theatre Olympics will pay tribute to the memory of Imre Madách, the immortal Hungarian playwright born 200 years ago this year.
Faust, Young Barbarians, Kafka and others — New performances at MITEM
Organisers of the MITEM announced newest additions to the line-up of performances. Tickets already available.
Madách 200 – The 10th Theater Olympics offers a variety of programs
Theater Olympics 2023 also commemorates the work of the famous Hungarian writer, Imre Madách, who was born 200 years ago, on January 20, 1823.
Award-winning dance performances at the 10th Theater Olympics
This time we recommend productions presented as part of the Theater Olympics by Transylvanian, Slovenian, Greek, and French companies.