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Proton Theatre's new production will have its international premiere on 21th May at the Wiener Festwochen.

Nine years after the premiere, Kornél Mundruczó's Frankenstein-project celebrates its 125th performance on 8th May in Trafó.

Before a longer tour abroad, Proton Theatre's new production premiered in Budapest.

On 27th November, Kornél Mundruczó's new production has its premier within MuCEM, Musée des Civilisations de l'Europe et de la Méditerranée's theater program in Marseille.

Theatre, film and music are intertwined in Budapest Music Center where Kornél Mundruczó's Winterreise has its premiere on 3rd and 4th October during CAFé Budapest Contemporary Arts Festival.

Jake Smiles, the protagonist lives, kills and loves online. Jakes Smiles, the name of the author is an alias, a so called nickname on the internet. Gergely Bánki dramatizes the first online novel of Hungarian literature in Proton Theatre’s new production.

Disaster, quarantine, massacre and romance. The world of zombie movies comes to life on the stage in the new coproduction of Proton Theatre and Trafó, in which a handful of people shut in a shopping mall demonstrate the extreme reactions given to panic situations.

Proton Theatre opened Dementia, a new production within the framework of the CAFé Budapest Contemporary Art Festival. The Budapest audience had a chance to see the new piece, directed by Kornél Mundruczó at the Trafó.

From the beginning of this season Proton Theatre, led by Kornél Mundruczó and Dóra Büki, will not only be heard about by its tours abroad, but for the first time in the life of the company the Hungarian audience can see their productions on a monthly basis on the program of their permanent partner institution, the Trafó House of Contemporary Arts.

In his first directorial work in Poland, Kornél Mundruczó depicts the depths of the human soul pretending to be God. The performance, which opens at TR Warsaw, analyses the different aspects of euthanasia in two parallel stories. The Bat is the first part of a trilogy about the subject of suicide.

After our highly successful tours in Vienna and Brussels, Disgrace has arrived to Budapest. The Budapest audience has a chance to see the production on four nights, between June 15th and 18th at the Trafó.

After an intensive two-month-long rehearsal period on May 17th, within the framework of the Wiener Festwochen, the Proton Theatre opens a new production.

Strasbourg, Wiesbaden, Nitra, Paris, Krakow, Brussels, Vienna, Ljubljana, Vilnius, Riga, Rotterdam, Karlsruhe, Belgrade, Seoul, Santarcangelo and then again BUDAPEST, so we can celebrate the 100th performance at home. The popular staging of Kornél Mundruczó returns to Hungary after touring in Europe and Asia and will be shown on the big stage of Trafó. On the big stage, which is under renovation at the moment.

Rehearsals of Disgrace, the latest production of Proton Theatre, have already begun. The performance is directed by Kornél Mundruczó, and it is based on the novel of the same name by the Nobel Prize winner J. M. Coetzee.

Proton Theatre's new production will have its international premiere on 21th May at the Wiener Festwochen.

Nine years after the premiere, Kornél Mundruczó's Frankenstein-project celebrates its 125th performance on 8th May in Trafó.

Before a longer tour abroad, Proton Theatre's new production premiered in Budapest.

On 27th November, Kornél Mundruczó's new production has its premier within MuCEM, Musée des Civilisations de l'Europe et de la Méditerranée's theater program in Marseille.

Theatre, film and music are intertwined in Budapest Music Center where Kornél Mundruczó's Winterreise has its premiere on 3rd and 4th October during CAFé Budapest Contemporary Arts Festival.

Jake Smiles, the protagonist lives, kills and loves online. Jakes Smiles, the name of the author is an alias, a so called nickname on the internet. Gergely Bánki dramatizes the first online novel of Hungarian literature in Proton Theatre’s new production.

Disaster, quarantine, massacre and romance. The world of zombie movies comes to life on the stage in the new coproduction of Proton Theatre and Trafó, in which a handful of people shut in a shopping mall demonstrate the extreme reactions given to panic situations.

Proton Theatre opened Dementia, a new production within the framework of the CAFé Budapest Contemporary Art Festival. The Budapest audience had a chance to see the new piece, directed by Kornél Mundruczó at the Trafó.

From the beginning of this season Proton Theatre, led by Kornél Mundruczó and Dóra Büki, will not only be heard about by its tours abroad, but for the first time in the life of the company the Hungarian audience can see their productions on a monthly basis on the program of their permanent partner institution, the Trafó House of Contemporary Arts.

In his first directorial work in Poland, Kornél Mundruczó depicts the depths of the human soul pretending to be God. The performance, which opens at TR Warsaw, analyses the different aspects of euthanasia in two parallel stories. The Bat is the first part of a trilogy about the subject of suicide.

After our highly successful tours in Vienna and Brussels, Disgrace has arrived to Budapest. The Budapest audience has a chance to see the production on four nights, between June 15th and 18th at the Trafó.

After an intensive two-month-long rehearsal period on May 17th, within the framework of the Wiener Festwochen, the Proton Theatre opens a new production.

Strasbourg, Wiesbaden, Nitra, Paris, Krakow, Brussels, Vienna, Ljubljana, Vilnius, Riga, Rotterdam, Karlsruhe, Belgrade, Seoul, Santarcangelo and then again BUDAPEST, so we can celebrate the 100th performance at home. The popular staging of Kornél Mundruczó returns to Hungary after touring in Europe and Asia and will be shown on the big stage of Trafó. On the big stage, which is under renovation at the moment.

Rehearsals of Disgrace, the latest production of Proton Theatre, have already begun. The performance is directed by Kornél Mundruczó, and it is based on the novel of the same name by the Nobel Prize winner J. M. Coetzee.