Réka Oberfrank uses the language of dance to tell of the infinite possibilities of delicate connections that people form with each other, of tiny frictions that become huge abysses, of the self that feels at home in the uniformity of the group or yet gets lost. The bodies of the seven dancers are intertwined to form a human architecture, they communicate with each other, harmonize and develop a shared dynamic power. They wrestle with each other and search for a path between the struggle for survival and necessary cooperation – a playful and highly virtuoso piece.
Duration: ca. 1 h
Without the use of language
Audience discussion following the performance of RING
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Réka Oberfrank is a freelance dancer, creator and teacher. She graduated as a contemporary dancer and contemporary dance teacher at the BA and MA courses of the Budapest Contemporary Dance Academy. She completed her studies at The Danish National School of Performing Arts and at the spanish CobosMika Seeds formation. She is a member of Willany Leó Improvisational Dance Theater since 2021. Her own pieces are visible mostly in MU Theatre, Budapest. She has been teaching at Workshop Foundation since 2018, as well as having regular classes with children.
Concept: Réka Oberfrank
Performers: Barbara Eyassu-Vincze, Attila Horváth, Patrik Keresztes, Levente Lukács, Réka Rácz, Zsófia Szász, Zita Thury
Music: Áron Porteleki
Light: Orsolya Pete
Special thanks to: Csenge Vass
Supported by: MU Theatre, Workshop Foundation, SÍN Arts Center, National Cultural Fund