Dragon Tale
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4/12

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Dragon Tale

Hungarian National Dance Ensemble

After their highly successful fairy tale pieces, the Hungarian National Dance Ensemble invites children on another adventure. Following their long-held concept, the Zoltán Zsuráfszky and Zsuzsa Vincze duo (now involving two young choreographers) once again leads the audience into the unique world of Hungarian folk tales.

They have long been convinced that you can introduce the culture and traditions of the Hungarian people even to the youngest generation, especially if the piece is based on original folk tales and folk poetry texts and it is introduced to them in an age appropriate manner by using authentic folk music and folk dance.

This is how their latest performance for children, DRAGON TALE, was born.

In this tale the objects that come to life during the wanderings of the three outlaws, the dancing donkey, the witch and the invincible-looking three-headed dragon, the nice woodland elf and the kindly Oriental king and the beautiful princess, and also the greedy innkeeper and his covetous daughters all take us back to those edifying times when, through hard struggle, brains and persistent hard work, goodness was finally rewarded.

We recommend this fun tale for young and old, because we believe that the old values are still important and valid for everyone.

Performed by the Hungarian National Dance Ensemble, art director: Zoltán Zsuráfszky, Kossuth-award winning Outstanding Artist

Tale adapted for stage by Zsuzsa Zs. Vincze

Music by Dániel Szabó and the band of the Hungarian National Dance Ensemble

Sets by Kázmér Tóth

Costumes by Zsuzsa Zs. Vincze

Choreography by János Appelshoffer, Gergő Sánta, Zsuzsa Zs. Vincze, Zoltán Zsuráfszky

Directed by Zsuzsa Zs. Vincze and Zoltán Zsuráfszky

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