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 of passive viewers.
“The girl is in danger, hiding at the same time from her hotshot mother and a mysterious human rights activist. She feels that she cannot trust anybody and that every step she takes is monitored; therefore, she decides to take control and gets hold of all technical devices possible to watch over her chasers. Her partner in crime is an ordinary pizza delivery guy, who – together with the audience – tries to help her. The odds are high: are we to choose security or freedom, control or a future full of hazards? Shall the girl become a heroine or a traitor?” – the question is raised.
A coproduction of Kolibri Theatre (Hungary), University of York (UK) and Teatr Ludowy (Poland).
Created within the framework of PlayOn! international project co-funded by the Creative Europe Progamme of the EU.
Emma – Krisztina Nyirkó
Bernadett – Bea Tisza
Vero17 – Gábor Krausz
Pizza Guy – Dániel Nizsai
Based on the original play by Esther Richardson and Cecilie Lundsholt
written by Attila Eck and György Vidovszky
Translated by Anikó Rupp
Design, costume – Patrícia Pajor, Anett Herman
Software development – Ben Kirman (UK)
Webdesign – Nándor Gidró
Music – András Monori
Technical manager – István Farkas
Admin – Balázs Fekete / Bálint Keszte
Video – Gergő Bárdi, Kinga Albert
Video clips – Attila Krausz, Ab Ovo Stúdió
Pedagogical expert – Eszter Gyevi-Bíró
Assistant director – Andrea Hajsz
Director – György Vidovszky