Attila Krausz


Peter, a teenage guy lingering away his life at a housing project makes up his mind to get his act together and try his luck abroad. He wants to show his friends that he will succeed but it soon turns out that going away is not that easy: he needs money to get started, and […]

Márton Kiss

God of the bees

The God of the Bees. A man. A man of ill fame. A man who is known by everyone but who is portrayed here as no one has seen or thought of him before. Our story focuses on a family of three, tackling the complex psychological relationship between father, mother and son. The play is […]


Watergate – the riddle of the time-crypts

This interactive theatrical game aims to model the possible future effects of global climate change.  The story frame is placed in the imaginary future when drinking water sources have been drastically reduced. The spectators of the performance are all part of a very important mission: in undertaking a variety of tasks and challenges they are […]

Maria Wojtyszko

Sam, or preparation for family life

Sam means alone in Polish. Maria Wojtyszko’s play offers the fresh perspective of contemporary Polish theatre, thematizing with subtle sensibility and humor the problems and self-searching of an adolescent whose parents are going through a difficult divorce. The grotesque family history asks gut-wrenching questions about the possible new role of religion in modern society and […]

Based on the original play by Esther Richardson and Cecilie Lundsholt written by Attila Eck and György Vidovszky


The so-called “detective game” built on digital interaction is a one-of-a-kind enterprise in the Hungarian theatre scene: the spectators themselves shape the storyline with the help of a mobile phone application, thus influencing the plot by way of their votes throughout the entire play. This makes them feel real, active participants of the show instead […]

Imre Madách

The Tragedy of Man

The author, Imre Madách, was born on January 21, 1823.  Madách wrote his main work, The Tragedy of Man, in 1859-1860. Since then, it has already been translated into almost all European languages. It was first published in 1861. The play is considered to be one of the major works of Hungarian literature and is […]

Classroom monodrama for young audiences

Crime and punishment

Based on Dostoyevsky’s same-titled novel, the classroom monodrama for youth explores questions like: What is sin? Why do we have to pay for acting bad? What prevents us from committing crime?

János Novák

Songs based on the poems of Endre Ady / Ernő Szép / Géza Bereményi

Poems from well-known Hungarian poets are set to music and performed by János Novák, accompanied by the musicians of Kolibr Theatre. The 15 new songs of Géza Bereményi are performed by the actors of the company. Duration: ca. 120 minutes, one interval

Viktória Jeli - István Tasnádi

Duplicity (Double Game)

A14 and A15 get to know each other in a chat room of an online video-game. They are absolutely honest with each other, except one thing – the most important. But can you achieve fulfillment without undertaking our perceived weaknesses? Indirections and parallel paths eventually lead to understanding and mutual acceptance. One part of the audience accompanies the girl, while the other part makes the journey with the boy shifting away from one another – to each other.

Thomas Mann

Mario and the Magician

Do we have free will? Do we wish for free will? Or do we prefer to be dominated by others instead? Mann’s immortal classic is now presented to the young audience, too.

Kai Hensel

Klamm’s War

Confessions of a teacher from the war front of school; from the depths of the trenches; on the way downhill. Péter Scherer’s performance has been awarded at festivals all over Europe. The performance is recommended to high school classes, to former, current and future students – as if to say ’Go for it, no matter […]


Hello, Nazi!

An average fight requires two participants: a perpetrator and a victim. Where else could they get to know each other better than in the depths of a prison cell, under the surveillance of policemen who are there to protect and serv. Of course, the situation is much more interesting if the perpetrator is a neo-Nazi, and the victim is a black worker: the front lines become blurry; and only the police’s outlines remain clear-cut.