Hungarian Literary Festival

22.09.2022 - 24.09.2022

Between September 22 and 24, Hungarian poetry will come alive in the Vallai garden of the Rs9 Theater. The aim of the three-day festival is to bring together literature lovers, playwrights and representatives of contemporary Hungarian literature so that a dialogue can develop. Visitors can also meet many famous writers, including Lajos Nagy Parti, Péter Závada, Ádám Fekete, Péter Kárpáti, as well as literary scholarship winners from Erzsébetváros.

We look forward to welcoming you to our literary and theater festival on September 22, 23, 24, 2022 in the Vallai garden of the Rs9 Theater, where theater, literature and the opportunity to introduce new talents are the focus!

We look forward to hearing the works of Lajos Nagy Parti, Péter Závada, Ádám Fekete, Péter Kárpáti, as well as Erzsébetváros literary scholarship recipients read by professional actors. Also, if you are interested in the history of the creation of their works, their thinking about HUNGARY or LIFE itself.

In addition to the invited authors, it was also possible to become one of the participants of the festival through a tender. The House of Young Playwrights selected 2 texts by novice writers for the festival.
On September 22, the script of Eszter Keményfi’s – Crescendo-Corona and Péter Noblet’s – Látlelet and on September 23, Komáromy Bese’s – Ömleng and Anna Pinthér’ – Blue Butterfly could be seen by visitors.

We also welcome you if you are interested in how a script becomes a stage scene. The central question of our festival is how a written text is shaped by its reading and performance. We welcome interested parties with an open workshop led by the leading young creators of Hungarian theater art.
We look forward to spending a few good evenings in the Vallai garden of the Rs9 Theater, where contemporary Hungarian literature, theater and talent management play a leading role.

Entry to the festival is free, but registration is required.

PROGRAM:
September 22 (Thursday)
The focus is on the works that came and were brought to the call of HUNGARIAN.
15.00 – Workshop work
For those interested, the two 15-minute stage scripts collected by the House of Young Dramatists and judged to be the best are public theater works. Those interested can see how a written script becomes a stage script.
19.00 – Reading
From the texts of Lajos Parti Nagy and Péter Závada, and Erzsébetváros literary scholarship recipients, organized around the HUNGARIAN theme. Between the texts, a conversation with the authors about HUNGARY and the genesis of their works.
8:30 p.m. – Book sale and signing.
21.00 – Presentation of workshops on the subject of HUNGARIAN to the audience.
22.00 – The audience and the authors, whose works were read, decide within the framework of a quick forum which is the best 15-minute stage script of the day.

September 23 (Friday)

The focus is on the works that came and were brought to the call of LIFE.
15.00 – Workshop work
For those interested, it is a public theater work from two or three maximum 15-minute stage scripts collected by the House of Young Dramatists and judged to be the best. Those interested can see how a written script becomes a stage script.
19.00 – Reading
From the texts of literary scholarship recipients Ádám Fekete and Erzsébetváros, organized around the theme of LIFE. Between the texts, a conversation with the authors about LIFE and the genesis of their works.
8:30 p.m. – Book sale and signing.
21.00 – Presentation of workshops on the theme of Life to the audience.
22.00 – The audience and the authors, whose works were read, decide within the framework of a quick forum which is the best 15-minute stage script of the day.

September 24 (Saturday)

The focus is on talent management.
10:00 a.m. – Writing workshop led by the House of Young Playwrights. Different games and inspiration with collection techniques. At the end of the workshop, short papers will be written.
(The workshop is private, and the authors of the entries judged to be the best are invited.)
14.00 – Workshop with Péter Kárpáti, where the texts created in the morning will be dealt with, focusing on the development of dramaturgical foundations and theater scenes.
(The workshop is private, and the authors of the entries judged to be the best are invited.)

19.00 – Reading from the works of Péter Kárpáti and texts created during the day.
20.00 – Volume purchase and signing.
8:30 p.m. – Reading of the winning scripts of the previous two days submitted for the key words A MAGYAR and ÉLET.
21.00 – The audience and Péter Kárpáti decide which is the best script of the two days within the framework of a festival closing forum.

Venue: RS9 Theatre
Date: September 22-24
Time: 19:00-23:00

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Venue

Budapest, RS9 Színház, Rumbach Sebestyén utca, Magyarország

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