"Alka Selzer. A bitter and efervescent tragedy": the multiple attempts of an Alka Selzer to end its pale condition.
"Pita. Metamorphoses of a cofee bean and a match" : Pita, a charming Brazilian, makes Jorg, a young Swede, lose his head through her numerous transformations, until he is consumed by love.
"Tempo" : Showing the fnger to all that is feeting.
Olivia Molnar interprets three small emblematic forms of object theater created in the 1980s by her father Gyula. Te actress-manipulator firts with the absurd and gradually elevates the objects from their utilitarian condition to a poetic existence.
Gyula Molnár was born in Hungary in 1950 and has lived in Italy since childhood. He has worked as an actor, writer and director throughout Europe. He is Honorary Professor of Puppetry at the Ernst Busch Academy of Drama in Berlin. In his theatre teaching he has often led improvisation workshops exploring the interaction between actor and subject. Molnár's artistic activity is based on the development of the text during the rehearsal process - as a kind of creative expedition to explore the lyrical and meaningful potentials of the material world.