The short stories of Diána Vonnák's first, Margó Prize-winning collection, Látlak (I Can See You) bring into play characters of different genders and ages, with each trying to understand and get to know a world of their own choice - as a way to understanding themselves. In some ways, these are stories of the search for a home, whether in family history, in language or in culture. The narratives feature a variety of viewpoints, and in the show, this variety will be voiced and characterised by two... distinguished actors, Zsófia Szamosi and Zsombor Jéger. In a similar vein, the musical world of the performance is defined by the interaction of cultures, languages and traditions: singer and songwriter Ian O'Sullivan, who comes from Ireland, studies medicine in Pécs and is known for his duo Mongooz And The Magnet, is a die-hard traveller. Born in the United States to Irish parents, the musician, who is increasingly active as a soloist, moved to Ireland at the age of three.
Presented by: Müpa Budapest
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