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The Grinch

Performances and venues:

6.12.2019. 10:30 Csepel Munkásotthon (Budapest Premiere)

7.12.2019. 10:30 and 13:00 Csepel Munkásotthon

.8.12.2019. Cziffra György Nagytétényi Cultural Center

15.12.2019. Hevesi Sándor Theater Zalaegerszeg

21.12.2019. Teatru Salesjan, Malta

Choreography: Kinga Varga

Dancers:

Grinch - Tamás Kiss

Max (the dog) - Hannah Eden

Cindy Lou-Who - Barbara Minacori

Lou Lou-Who - Jack Thomas Hilton

Mayor – Jack Thomas Hilton

Mayor’s Advisor - Nicole Ratti

Betty Lou-Who - Evelyne De Weerdt / Noémie Larcheveque

Martha May Whovier - Evelyne De Weerdt / Noemie Larcheveque

Costume designer: Ágnes Mittelholc

Make up artist: Szilvia Ipacs

We are in the far far away Whoville where the happy Who’s live. Not far from Whoville lives the Grincs who was once, a long time ago, himself also a Who. However the Grincs left Whoville and now resides with his dog Max in a dark corner of the Mount Crumpit.

While preparing for Christmas Cindy Lou-Who ends up persuading the Grincs to once again join the rest of the Who’s in their festivities. Unfortunately a prank by the Mayor goes awry and ends up hurting the Grincs who is once again forced to flee Whoville. The Grincs then decides that as a revenge he will destroy Christmas for the rest of the Who’s.

He dresses up as Santa Claus and sets off to steal all the Christmas presents of the other Who’s. After a few adventures the Grincs finally succeeds in stealing all the presents. But since the Who’s know that at Christmas time presents are the not the most important thing, but rather that love and family is, they continue with their celebrations as if nothing had happened.

The Grincs finally ends up regretting his actions and asks the Who’s for their forgiveness and to this day they continue to celebrate all their Christmasses happily together.

Sponsors: EMMI, NKA, HETI TV, SÍN, MŰHELY ALAPÍTVÁNY


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The Grinch

Premiere: 11.29.2019, 11.30.2019 /10:30-11:30/

Venue: Teatru Salesjan

Choreography: Kinga Varga

Dancers:

Grinch - Tamás Kiss

Max (the dog) - Hannah Eden

Cindy Lou-Who - Barbara Minacori

Lou Lou-Who - Jack Thomas Hilton

Mayor – Jack Thomas Hilton

Mayor’s Advisor - Nicole Ratti

Betty Lou-Who - Evelyne De Weerdt / Noémie Larcheveque

Martha May Whovier - Evelyne De Weerdt / Noemie Larcheveque

Costume designer: Ágnes Mittelholc

Make up artist: Szilvia Ipacs

We are in the far far away Whoville where the happy Who’s live. Not far from Whoville lives the Grincs who was once, a long time ago, himself also a Who. However the Grincs left Whoville and now resides with his dog Max in a dark corner of the Mount Crumpit.

While preparing for Christmas Cindy Lou-Who ends up persuading the Grincs to once again join the rest of the Who’s in their festivities. Unfortunately a prank by the Mayor goes awry and ends up hurting the Grincs who is once again forced to flee Whoville. The Grincs then decides that as a revenge he will destroy Christmas for the rest of the Who’s.

He dresses up as Santa Claus and sets off to steal all the Christmas presents of the other Who’s. After a few adventures the Grincs finally succeeds in stealing all the presents. But since the Who’s know that at Christmas time presents are the not the most important thing, but rather that love and family is, they continue with their celebrations as if nothing had happened.

The Grincs finally ends up regretting his actions and asks the Who’s for their forgiveness and to this day they continue to celebrate all their Christmasses happily together.

Sponsors: EMMI, NKA, HETI TV, SÍN, MŰHELY ALAPÍTVÁNY


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The Two Lotties

Premier: 21.11.2019.

Venue: 1142 Budapest, Ungvár u. 36.

Choreographer: Varga Kinga

Dancers:

Barbara Minacori: Luise Palffy

Hannah Eden: Lotte Körner

Noémie Larcheveque: Luiselotte Körner (mother of the girls, journalist)

Tamás Kiss: Ludwig Palffy (father of the girls, composer and conductor)

Nicole Ratti/Evelyne De Weerdt: Ludwig Palffy’s fiance

Every adventure started in a summer camp. Two little girls, who were accidentally swept together by fate, find out that they are bound together by close relatives.

Luise and Lotti are twin sisters who drifted apart as a result of their parents' divorce. Luise stayed with her mother and Lotti stayed with her father. When the girls realized who they each were, they change places as they were each very curious about the others’ parent. The girls dream of reunifying the family which they finally succeed in achieving after having many adventures.

The performance took place within the framework of the Jewish Art Days.

Sponsors: EMMI, NKA, HETI TV, SÍN, MŰHELY ALAPÍTVÁNY, ZSIMŰ


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Triple Bill Dance Performance

Premiere: 09.11.2019.

Tickets: More info soon

Venue: MOMkult, Cupola

DART DSP - Revolution

DART DSP Contemporary Dance Ensemble's latest performance introduces young dancers at the beginning of their career. The young, vigorous team, share their most hidden desires and mystical memories of their secret adventures through the language of movement. In Revolution, you can find everyday moments, serious questions about life and the emotional roller coaster that everyone experiences on a day to day basis.

Choreographer: Kinga Varga
Choreographer assistant: Tamás Kiss
Dancers: DART DSP members
Music: montage

Siciliano Contemporary Balett Company - Dry Bodies

/Contemporary Dance Company from Berlin/

DART - Nesama

Choreographer: Kinga Varga
Dancers: Tamás Kiss, Hannah Eden, Jack Thomas Hilton, Barbara Minacori
Director: Hanna Winter (London)
Costume designer: Napsugár von Bittera
Music: montage

Urge, or also called Drive, is our human will to live, our hopes, a journey through our instinctual needs. From the inception of every living being these needs await to be fulfilled. An unappeasable thirst for life, a driving force, or is this just a glimpse of our inner hedonism…? What happens when our own drive breaks through the barriers of our restraint, do we become fulfilled; or do we just not meet our expectations…?

Sponsors: EMMI, NKA, HETI TV, SÍN, MŰHELY ALAPÍTVÁNY


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The Two Lotties

Premier: 6.11.2019.

Venue: Zuglói Arany János Általános Iskola

Choreographer: Varga Kinga

Dancers:

Barbara Minacori: Luise Palffy

Hannah Eden: Lotte Körner

Noémie Larcheveque: Luiselotte Körner (mother of the girls, journalist)

Tamás Kiss: Ludwig Palffy (father of the girls, composer and conductor)

Nicole Ratti/Evelyne De Weerdt: Ludwig Palffy’s fiance

Every adventure started in a summer camp. Two little girls, who were accidentally swept together by fate, find out that they are bound together by close relatives.

Luise and Lotti are twin sisters who drifted apart as a result of their parents' divorce. Luise stayed with her mother and Lotti stayed with her father. When the girls realized who they each were, they change places as they were each very curious about the others’ parent. The girls dream of reunifying the family which they finally succeed in achieving after having many adventures.

The performance took place within the framework of the Jewish Art Days.

Sponsors: EMMI, NKA, HETI TV, SÍN, MŰHELY ALAPÍTVÁNY, ZSIMŰ


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THE SECRET

Siciliano Contemporary Ballet (Berlin) together with DART and Tribe// (Brighton) are sharing an evening to celebrate different dance languages from across Europe.
In a unique performance, three short pieces will provocatively question the future of humanity from through the lens of their individual cultures. These three new up and coming dance company's are coming together as a means to unite and articulate the possibilities of cross-cultural exchange and communication through contemporary dance.

DART - ΑΛΦΑ

Tickets: https://tickets-pfefferberg-theater.visitate.net/app/Shopping?mod=ShopContent&event=showCategory&ref=shp781259168&cat=1830&cat3=1&cat2=2395&fbclid=IwAR19rqwYBJS3P6r9PkMGqIk_TeqfSlnR_lc8CDeN6wrTgmgs6u1_hcbAA3g

Date: 18th October 2019., 20:00–22:00

Venue: Pfefferberg Theater

Schönhauser Allee 176 / Haus 15, 10119 Berlin

Choreographer: Kinga Varga

Costume Designer: Napsugár von Bittera

Visual Director: Zsolt Krajcsik

Cameraman: András Gábor

Visual Team: Kolibri Visual

Dramaturge: Hajnal Lisztóczky

Special thanks: Danube - Ipoly National Park, Szemlő - hegyi cave; Noémi Marosvölgyi

Dancers: Hannah Eden, Brigitta Hortobágyi, Jack Thomas Hilton, Tamás Kiss, Nicole Ratti

Plato’s cave allegory gave us the impetus for our performance and his description of that world is currently something which we feel is quite relevant today.

To be an Alpha in life, as a person and generation.

An Alpha is such a rare “pearl”, its ancient strength, renewable spirit takes the lives of those around it forward.

Our relationship with technology, our connection to it, is becoming ever tighter, to the point where it is an inseparable integral part of our lives; like a physicality without compromise, like a shadow, but this is only the beginning.

The performance is organized under the auspices of the National Dance Theater and has been made possible due to the support of the National Cultural Foundation’s Imre Zoltán Program.

Sponsors: EMMI, NKA, IZP, HETI TV, SÍN, MŰHELY ALAPÍTVÁNY


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The Two Lotties

Premier: 2019.május 26., Zsidó Művészeti Napok

Ticket information: https://zsidomuveszetinapok.hu/hu/programok/65-2018-majus-32/389-eric-kaestner-a-ket-lotti-a-dart-tarsulat-tanceloadasa

Venue: Bethlen Téri Theater

Choreographer: Varga Kinga

Dancers:

Anna Bújdosó: Luise Palffy

Hannah Eden: Lotte Körner

Monica Nemesio Garcia: Luiselotte Körner (mother of the girls, journalist)

Tamás Kiss: Ludwig Palffy (father of the girls, composer and conductor)

Lujza Hegyes: Ludwig Palffy’s fiance

Every adventure started in a summer camp. Two little girls, who were accidentally swept together by fate, find out that they are bound together by close relatives.

Luise and Lotti are twin sisters who drifted apart as a result of their parents' divorce. Luise stayed with her mother and Lotti stayed with her father. When the girls realized who they each were, they change places as they were each very curious about the others’ parent. The girls dream of reunifying the family which they finally succeed in achieving after having many adventures.

The performance takes place within the framework of the Jewish Art Days.

Sponsors: EMMI, NKA, HETI TV, SÍN, MŰHELY ALAPÍTVÁNY


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ΑΛΦΑ

Tickets: https://www.jegy.hu/program/dart-tarsulat-alpha-izp-104138/554454

Date: 24.04.2019, 19:00

Venue: Retro Theater, Veszprém

Choreographer: Kinga Varga

Costume Designer: Napsugár von Bittera

Visual Director: Zsolt Krajcsik

Cameraman: András Gábor

Visual Team: Kolibri Visual

Dramaturge: Hajnal Lisztóczky

Special thanks: Danube - Ipoly National Park, Szemlő - hegyi cave; Noémi Marosvölgyi

Dancers: Hannah Eden, Brigitta Hortobágyi, Anna Bujdosó, Dániel Krizsán, Tamás Kiss

Plato’s cave allegory gave us the impetus for our performance and his description of that world is currently something which we feel is quite relevant today.

To be an Alpha in life, as a person and generation.

An Alpha is such a rare “pearl”, its ancient strength, renewable spirit takes the lives of those around it forward.

Our relationship with technology, our connection to it, is becoming ever tighter, to the point where it is an inseparable integral part of our lives; like a physicality without compromise, like a shadow, but this is only the beginning.

The performance is organized under the auspices of the National Dance Theater and has been made possible due to the support of the National Cultural Foundation’s Imre Zoltán Program.

Sponsors: EMMI, NKA, IZP, HETI TV, SÍN, MŰHELY ALAPÍTVÁNY


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NESAMA IN MALTA

Performance: 30.03.2019

Venue: St. Aloysius Theater

Choreographer: Varga Kinga

Director: Winter Hanna

Costume: Napsugár von Bittera

Music: Rona Geffen, montázs

Consultant: Verő Tamás

Cameraman: Gábor András

Graphic: Rátkai Márton

Dancers: Feicht Zoltán, Bajári Levente, Kiss Tamás, Hortobágyi Brigitta, Hannah Eden

Urge, or also called Drive, is our human will to live, our hopes, a journey through our instinctual needs. From the inception of every living being these needs await to be fulfilled. An unappeasable thirst for life, a driving force, or is this just a glimpse of our inner hedonism…? What happens when our own drive breaks through the barriers of our restraint, do we become fulfilled; or do we just not meet our expectations…?

Sponsors: EMMI, NKA, HETI TV


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DART INTENSIVE WORKSHOP IN MALTA

Date: 2019. március 18-19-20-21-23-24-26. March 2019., 17:00 - 21:00

Venue: Teatru Salesjan

DART ballet class – Kinga Varga / 60 mins /
My training is a non-conventional, moving ballet class which highlights articulation, flow, breath, musicality and spatial awareness. The training will help you connect with your personally artistic strength and self confidence in moving.

DART contemporary class – Tamás Kiss / 60 mins /
Tamás Kiss teaches a very high level of fluid movements and physical coordination that integrates the floor as an important component in his class. His teaching is focusing on the clarity of movement, stemming from variations of ballet, release technique, gymnastic or acrobatic physicality.

DART repertoire and creative work– Tamás Kiss, Kinga Varga / 120 mins /
You are going to be a part of a special repertoire training, where you can get a glimpse of our creative processes while trying on the varied movement repertiore of DART. If you’d like to work, to sweat, to learn new things, laugh with us and to broaden your perspectives, then we’re waiting for you!


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NESAMA IN MALTA

Performance: 09.03.2019

Venue: St. Aloysius Theater

Choreographer: Varga Kinga

Director: Winter Hanna

Costume: Napsugár von Bittera

Music: Rona Geffen, montázs

Consultant: Verő Tamás

Cameraman: Gábor András

Graphic: Rátkai Márton

Dancers: Feicht Zoltán, Bajári Levente, Kiss Tamás, Hortobágyi Brigitta, Hannah Eden

Urge, or also called Drive, is our human will to live, our hopes, a journey through our instinctual needs. From the inception of every living being these needs await to be fulfilled. An unappeasable thirst for life, a driving force, or is this just a glimpse of our inner hedonism…? What happens when our own drive breaks through the barriers of our restraint, do we become fulfilled; or do we just not meet our expectations…?

Sponsors: EMMI, NKA, HETI TV


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DART Dance Company is Looking for Dancers

IF YOU ARE EAGER TO WORK WITH AN OPEN-MINDED, BOLD AND FAST-MOVING COMPANY, THEN DON’T HESITATE TO SEND YOUR APPLICATION TO DARTTHEATER@GMAIL.COM

DART Dance Company is looking for dancers to join DART for a one-year contract starting 9th of September 2019.

Dancers must be versatile, creative, comfortable with improvisation, and have a high level of Classical Ballet and Contemporary Dance technique, Stage Experience with a Strong Stage Presence. Acrobatic skills are an advantage.

WHERE: Uferstudios, Uferstrasse 8, 13357 BERLIN, GERMANY

WHEN: Saturday 30th March 2019, 13:00 – 18:00

HOW TO APPLY: Send your CV, videos and pictures to: darttheater@gmail.com

DEADLINE: 25TH MARCH 2019

No registration fee!

Remember the audition is by invitation only.

More information about DART –

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/darttheater/
Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/dart_dance_company/


ΑΛΦΑ

Premier: 26th February 2019

Tickets: SOLD OUT

Venue: National Dance Theater

Choreographer: Kinga Varga

Costume Designer: Napsugár von Bittera

Visual Director: Zsolt Krajcsik

Cameraman: András Gábor

Visual Team: Kolibri Visual

Dramaturge: Hajnal Lisztóczky

Special thanks: Danube - Ipoly National Park, Szemlő - hegyi cave; Noémi Marosvölgyi

Dancers: Hannah Eden, Brigitta Hortobágyi, Anna Bujdosó, Dániel Krizsán, Tamás Kiss

Plato’s cave allegory gave us the impetus for our performance and his description of that world is currently something which we feel is quite relevant today.

To be an Alpha in life, as a person and generation.

An Alpha is such a rare “pearl”, its ancient strength, renewable spirit takes the lives of those around it forward.

Our relationship with technology, our connection to it, is becoming ever tighter, to the point where it is an inseparable integral part of our lives; like a physicality without compromise, like a shadow, but this is only the beginning.

The performance is organized under the auspices of the National Dance Theater and has been made possible due to the support of the National Cultural Foundation’s Imre Zoltán Program.

Sponsors: EMMI, NKA, IZP, HETI TV, SÍN, MŰHELY ALAPÍTVÁNY


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Ophelia

15th of February 10:30 and 14:00

Choreography: Varga Kinga

Dancers: Rotter Bianka (Hungarian Opera House)
Bajári Levente (Hungarian Opera house)
Kiss Tamás (DART Dance Company)
Hannah Eden (DART Dance Company)

Location: Csepeli Munkásotthon

DART Company in cooperation with Hungarian National Ballet is excited to present Ophelia, an original classical ballet production. Accomplished soloists, including dancers from the Hungarian National Ballet, and DART will perform as the main characters of this enchanting fairytale.

Sweet little ones from Csep’ Jazz Dance will fill all of the additional characters, including fairies, city people, butterflies, magical water, the enchanted forest and many more!

Tickets: https://www.jegy.hu/program/dart-tarsulat-ophelia-100478

Sponsors: NKA, EMMI, HETI TV


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Ophelia

15th of December (Saturday) 10.30 and 13.30

Choreography: Varga Kinga

Dancers:
Rotter Bianka (Hungarian Opera House)
Bajári Levente (Hungarian Opera house)
Kiss Tamás (DART Dance Company)
Hannah Eden (DART Dance Company)

Location: Cziffra György Nagytétényi Cultural Center

DART Company in cooperation with Hungarian National Ballet is excited to present Ophelia, an original classical ballet production. Accomplished soloists, including dancers from the Hungarian National Ballet, and DART will perform as the main characters of this enchanting fairytale.

Sweet little ones from Zuglói Arany János Primary School and AMI will fill all of the additional characters, including fairies, city people, butterflies, magical water, the enchanted forest and many more!

Tickets:

https://www.jegy.hu/program/ophelia-gyermekbalettdart-tarsulatdelutani-98879

Sponsors: NKA, EMMI, HETI TV


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NESAMA

Performance: 2018.10.19.

Choreographer: Varga Kinga

Director: Winter Hanna

Costume: Napsugár von Bittera

Music: Rona Geffen, montázs

Consultant: Verő Tamás

Cameraman: Gábor András

Graphic: Rátkai Márton

Dancers: Feicht Zoltán, Bajári Levente, Kiss Tamás, Hortobágyi Brigitta, Hannah Eden

Location: Bethlen Téri Színház

Urge, or also called Drive, is our human will to live, our hopes, a journey through our instinctual needs. From the inception of every living being these needs await to be fulfilled. An unappeasable thirst for life, a driving force, or is this just a glimpse of our inner hedonism…? What happens when our own drive breaks through the barriers of our restraint, do we become fulfilled; or do we just not meet our expectations…?

Tickets:

https://bethlenszinhaz.jegy.hu/program/nesama-dart-tarsulat-96095/469916

Sponsors: EMMI, NKA, MŰHELY ALAPÍTVÁNY, HETI TV


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DART workshop and audition

12-13th of October

REGISTRATION: You need to send the registration with your CV to darttheater@gmail.com.

Teachers: Kinga Varga, Tamás Kiss

Plan of the workshop:

Registration /

DART ballet class – Kinga Varga / 90 mins /
My training is a non-conventional, moving ballet class which highlights articulation, flow, breath, musicality and spatial awareness. The training will help you connect with your personally artistic strength and self confidence in moving.

DART contemporary class – Tamás Kiss / 90 mins /
Tamás Kiss teaches a very high level of fluid movements and physical coordination that integrates the floor as an important component in his class. His teaching is focusing on the clarity of movement, stemming from variations of ballet, release technique, gymnastic or acrobatic physicality.

DART repertoire – Tamás Kiss, Kinga Varga / 90 mins /
You are going to be a part of a special repertoire training, where you can get a glimpse of our creative processes while trying on the varied movement repertiore of DART. If you’d like to work, to sweat, to learn new things, laugh with us and to broaden your perspectives, then we’re waiting for you!

REGISTRATION: darttheater@gmail.com

AUDITION 14th of October//

We are looking for dancers to our upcoming projects. The audition will be held on the ballet, contemporary and repertoire classes. The audition fee: €15

3500HUF/ 1 day (3x90 mins)
10000HUF/ 3 days
1200HUF/ 1 class (90 mins)

REGISTRATION: darttheater@gmail.com

MORE INFORMATION will be sent by email after your registration.


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L.U.Z.

Premier: 19.06.2018 Luzern Gala

Choreography: Varga Kinga

Co-production partner: Kolibri Visual

Dancers: Hortobágyi Brigitta, Varga Kinga, Csizmadia Tamás

 
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DARTHUNT

Choreographer: Varga Kinga

Every week Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays starting at 23.30 (11.30 pm) 

Places: Budapest - Fogas ház, Instant, 5Kert, Széchenyi Fürdő

Can you imagine contemporary art in the Budapest nightlife? Come and look at how DART imagines it!