Anna Karenina
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5/1

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Anna Karenina

A Miskolci Balett és a GG Tánc Eger közös produkciója

Romantic dance performance

„Man has a mind so he can liberate himself, thus he must set himself free. Why wouldn’t someone put out the candle, when he has nothing to look at any longer, when everything is so hateful to see? But how?(…) A freight train arrived exactly at that time…”

The enchanting Anna Karenina is an esteemed member of society. She has everything a woman could want: a high ranking husband, a child and respect. But on a fateful day she meets a handsome army officer with a glorious career in front of him: Vronsky. At this time she didn’t realize yet, but from this moment on her life would never be the same as it had been before.

After finishing War and Peace, in 1873 Lev Tolstoy started writing his second great novel, Anna Karenina, about which he wrote in his letter written to Nikolay Strahov: - “this novel is the first real novel of my life, it has completely captivated my heart...”

We also know from Tolstoy’s correspondence that the idea of writing a novel about a tragic experience was conceived in him under the impression of Pushkin’s writings: in 1872 he witnessed as a young woman threw herself in front of a freight train in her jealous rage. Tolstoy was depressed for a long time by the sight of the dead, mangled woman. He revised the novel eleven times before the final version was born, which elevated Anna to among the greatest heroes of literature, and which – in the words of Thomas Mann – was the “greatest societal novel of all times”.

Human emotions and their motivators are always in the focus of the performances by Harangozó award winning choreographer, László Velekei. He touches Tolstoy’s extensive novel through this filter as well: by stripping the plot he places the emphasis on the two main characters, Anna and Vronsky, in a way that he breaks away from the chronology of the story in the meantime.

Anna Karenina: Kelemen Dorottya
vronszkij gróf: Emődi Attila
Karenin: Topolánszky Tamás harangozó-díjas
Kitty: Szeles Viktória
Levin: Schlégl András
Vronszkaja grófné: Tóth Karolina
Szerjozsa: Barta Csongor

Barátok, rokonok, tömeg / Friends, relatives and others:

Joni Österlund, Törteli Nadin, Varga Kristóf – a GG Tánc Eger táncművészei, valamint
Kocsis Andrea, Lukács Ádám, Kovalszki Boglárka, Bolla Dániel, Bányai Mirjam,
Dávid Patrik, Márton Richárd János, Mohai Cintia, Dragos Dániel,
Szűcs Boglárka, Fűzi Attila, Kepess Boglárka
– a Miskolci Balett táncművészei

Díszlet / Sets: Bozóki Mara
Jelmez / Costumes: Juhász Katalin
Dramaturg / Dramaturgy: Csepi Alexandra
Zene / Music: Ludovico Einaudi, Max Richter montázs
Ügyelő / Stage Manager: Ludányi Andrea
Balettmester, koreográfus-asszisztens / Ballet Instructor / Assistant to Choreographer:
Jónás Zsuzsa
Rendezőasszisztens / Assistant to Director: Gergely Attila, Fűzi Attila

Rendező-koreográfus / Directed and choreographed by
Velekei László Harangozó-díjas

Az Egri Gárdonyi Géza Színház– GG Tánc Eger- és a Nemzeti Táncszínház közös produkciója, melyben közreműködik a Miskolci Nemzeti Színház-Miskolci Balett

 


ANNA KARENINA: KELEMEN DOROTTYA

VRONSZKIJ GRÓF: EMŐDI ATTILA
KARENIN: TOPOLÁNSZKY TAMÁS Harangozó-díjas
KITTY: SZELES VIKTÓRIA
LEVIN: SCHLÉGL ANDRÁS
VRONSZKAJA GRÓFNÉ: TÓTH KAROLINA
SZERJOZSA: BARTA CSONGOR

BARÁTOK, ROKONOK, TÖMEG:
JONI ÖSTERLUND, TÖRTELI NADIN, VARGA KRISTÓF- a GG Tánc Eger táncművészei, valamint KOCSIS ANDREA, LUKÁCS ÁDÁM, Kovalszki Boglárka, BOLLA DÁNIEL, BÁNYAI MIRJAM, DÁVID PATRIK, MÁRTON RICHÁRD JÁNOS, MOHAI CINTIA, DRAGOS DÁNIEL, SZŰCS BOGLÁRKA, FŰZI ATTILA, KEPESS BOGLÁRKA- a MISKOLCI BALETT TÁNCMŰVÉSZEI

 

Díszlet: BOZÓKI MARA
Jelmez: JUHÁSZ KATALIN
Dramaturg: CSEPI ALEXANDRA
Zene: LUDOVICO EINAUDI, MAX RICHTER MONTÁZS
Ügyelő: LUDÁNYI ANDREA

Balettmester, Koreográfus asszisztens: JÓNÁS ZSUZSA

Rendezőasszisztens: GERGELY ATTILA, FŰZI ATTILA

 

Rendező/Koreográfus:
VELEKEI LÁSZLÓ
Harangozó-díjas

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