Theatre Heritage and Innovation
Project ID: HU07-0183-B1-2016
|Projektgazda/Projekt Promoter||PIM-Országos Színháztörténeti Múzeum és Intézet|
|Program Operátor/Programme Operator||Miniszterelnökség - Társadalmi és Örökségvédelmi Ügyekért, valamint Kiemelt Kulturális Beruházásokért Felelős Helyettes Államtitkárság / Prime Minister’s Office, Deputy State Secretariat Responsible for Cultural Heritage, Social Affairs and Major Cultural Investments|
|Megvalósítási időszak/Implementation period||2016.06.01. - 2017.04.30.|
|Hazai Projekt Partnerek/National Project Partner||Színház- és Filmművészeti Egyetem; Jurányi Produkciós Inkubátorház|
|Donor Projekt Partner/Donor Project Partner||-|
|Összköltség / Total budget (EUR)||11 616 984 HUF/ 38 251,51 EUR|
|EGT/Norvég támogatás összege / EEA/Norwegian Grant (EUR)||10 448315 HUF/ 34 403,41 EUR|
The aim of the project was to initiate a live connection between theatre people in Norway, Iceland and Hungary. We wished to spread information about the newest theatre trends and plays, which attempt to artistically investigate the topical issues and challenges of our countries. We feel that the project was successful and generated significant interest.
- A workshop for puppetry actors and students took place at the University of Theatre and Film in Budapest. Espen Dekko from Norway hosted the workshop between 23-24. January 2017. The workshop was also open for Hungarian acting students from abroad (Romania).
- The international conference on theatre for youth, theatre and society on 25. January at Jurányi Incubator House was attended by many professionals, with speakers from Norway, Iceland, Hungary and Romania.
- Contemporary Norwegian plays were selected and 9 synopses were written in Hungarian.
- We published and distributed the project volume titled Visszaszámlálás (Countdown), containing the conference papers, two Norwegian plays, the 9 synopses and other articles.
- The staged reading of the two newly translated Norwegian plays was a great audience success, performed by young actors from FAQ Company and K2 Theatre, at the Jurányi House.
One Hungarian expert travelled to Oslo for a study trip in November 2016, to collect new Norwegian plays and to establish a long-term cooperation with Norwegian partners (Dramatikkens hus, Theatre Museum, Theatre Academy)