PREMIERE 28 September 2021 Trafó House of Contemporary Arts Budapest
in the frame of Life Long Burning Creative Crossroads Artist Cycle 1 

Does time change us? Does aging put up barriers between the young and the old? Or is it the fact that we grew up differently than our grandparents? We don’t stir our coffee or wash ourselves or stroll the way they do. Relaxation means different things to us, as does early morning or late night… But does that mean our realities are different? If so, how can we grow closer to one another? 
The Credenza Left in the Cellar dissects this rarely handled theme. How do the decades change us, and how does the constantly changing sprit of the times rewrite reality (and us as well)? Through the production’s everyday the situations, characters familiar to everyone reveal the wide gap separating the generations. The production blends the tools of dance, theatre, and related arts, endeavoring to build bridges between those born in different times, cultures, and social groups. It sheds light on the looks, movements, and words that are common to us all. The Credenza Left in the Cellar seeks the universal language that we can all understand regardless of our social, cultural, or generational backgrounds – the opportunity for communication that we sorely need in the 21st century.
Beatrix Simkó
Polett Kasza
Eszter Kiss
György Krámer
Katalin Takács
Máté Váth
András Vinnai
Stage and light design
Dániel Dömölky 
Music composer
Ábris Gryllus
Emese Kasza
Light technician
Krisztián Balázs
Production manager
Brigitta Kovács
Assistant of Choreographer
Zsófia Rebeka Kozma
Workshop Foundation
Trafó House of Contemporary Arts, Staféta Program, Füge Production, National Cultural Fund of Hungary, EMMI, 
Collegium Hungaricum Berlin, Creative Crossroads - Life Long Burning, Uferstudios Berlin, Kofinanziert durch das Programm Kreatives Europa der Europäischen Union
Special thanks
Performance Studies Hamburg, Kampnagel Hamburg, Karin Kirchhoff, Jochen Roller, Kotka Gudmon, Gergely Talló, Raffaela Pastore, Yi-Chun Fan, Tony de Maeyer, Gábor Ivanov, Márk Bartha, Anita Vodál
poster: Daniel Dömölky

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