The Jewish girl hiding with her family in Amsterdamfrom the German occupiers, Anne Frank aged 13 began to write a diary on 1st June, 1942. She planned to write a book based on her notes on the war, truly depicting the years of the German occupation in Netherlands in it. The book was never completed, Anne Frank died shortly before her 16th birthday in the hell of the concentration camp of Bergen-Belsen. Her diary is eternal, making a very moving read addressing anyone wanting to have a deeper understanding of what happened to the families hiding in Hitler’s danger era. The play having had multiple adaptations can now be seen in a single-person opera treatment of Grigori Frid by the spectators of the Budapest Operetta Theatre.
In the second part of the two-part evening, TheSculptor can be seen. This is the one-act dance play of a contemporarycomposer László Dubrovay, Meritorious Artist awarded with the Artist of the Nation award, with Kossuth-prize and Ferenc Erkel Prize, inspired by the writing of József Gáli. The director-choreographer of the play is Balázs Vincze who is a ballet artist with Gyula Harangozó, Zoltán Imre, László Seregi Prize, choreographer, artist manager of the Pécs Ballet awarded with Hungarian Golden Cross of Merit. Though it is enriched by classic elements, it is a modern ballet, it will be really a performance of “today”. The protagonist of the story is the Sculptor who cannot recover from his creative crisis – he would seek new style, new challenges but unable to overcome his old self. However, he suddenly finds a muse who inspires him and from that on he will be able to create again... In the conceptional focus of the play, therefore the creation, the crisis, the demolition of the old, the inspiration, the rebirth and, of course, the love: all the things which are present without exception in everyone’s live.
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