Mikkamakka, the little boy, encountered strange creatures. With those, who people didn't accept for who they were. Mikkamakka invited them to a secluded part of the world, the Quadrangular Round Forest, where they could be themselves and where they could live together in peace and love. They have no idea that someone is jealous of this little peace and love, and wants to incite fear and hatred among them. And Mikkamakka is not at home. Can they defend themselves in trouble?
The performance presents the everyday life of this unusual company in the Square Round Forest, which is perhaps not so far from us...
I was born on June 17, 1961. The first theatrical experience of my childhood was Thomas Mann's production of Márió and the Sorcerer, performed by the Csiky Gergely Theatre in Kaposvár. Life brought me to play a role later in this performance. In Budapest, I started my career at the Moving Theatre, playing the role of Ferdinand in Schiller's Intrigue and Love.
In 1983 I signed for the Csiky Gergely Theatre in Kaposvár, and I have been a member of the company ever since. In addition to my theatrical work, I started working at the Caravan Theatre, where we created performances with disadvantaged Roma and non-Roma youth. Among other things, at the National Theatre, the highly successful children's production of Mice. The performance was also co-produced in several country theatres.
I have worked in several international workshops, including in Stockholm and Friedrichshafen. I have worked with significant theatrical creators such as Tamás Ascher, Vasilyev, Doiashvili, Ilya Bocharnikovs...Most recently, I directed Sándor Weöres's play The Boatman in the Moon at the Petőfi Theatre in Veszprém. Theatre is my life and it will stay that way now!