What we do
Theater Play in English
Written by Olja Radlović
Directed by Tina Tomulić
Returning on Saturday, October 28th at 7:30 p.m. at Katakomba pinceszínház.
We are thrilled to announce the return of "Lucky Girl," a captivating black comedy in English, written by Olja Radlović and directed by Tina Tomulić.
After the resounding success of their initial premiere in April, MIND RESET Acting Budapest proudly presents the second run of "Lucky Girl." This dynamic group of acting enthusiasts, led by Tina Tomulić and established in early 2019, is excited to bring back this exhilarating production to the stage at Katakomba pinceszínház.
Want to play with your creativity, acquire basic acting skills, and meet like-minded people? Then Spring acting classes are ideal for you!
We focus on improvisation exercises, and character development. Through role plays, we encourage participants to understand negative behaviours, and to practice new ways of reacting and of being.
Number of participants is limited, a maximum of 12 people. Classes run till the end of May.. We meet once a week, on Wednesdays, from 7.00 to 9.00 p.m. Tickets have to be purchased in advance. Have questions? Send us a message.
This fall, we’re starting with new drama classes for children in Budapest. By engaging school children in fun activities, we’ll enable them to develop their acting, public speaking, and social skills through play. We’ll create a safe space where each child can develop these skills at their own pace, with plenty of positive encouragement from us. Our goal is to help them learn to speak out clearly and with competence, while exploring their own creativity and making new friendships.
Established in 2018 as a group of acting enthusiasts, MIND RESET brings together local and international communities (both EU and non-EU), by providing them with a space to explore their creativity through artistic expression.
We organise acting workshops for beginners, as well as for people with previous acting experience, enhancing cross-cultural communication and exchange. We held drama workshops for school children abroad, and will start with acting classes for children in Budapest this fall. We’re also performing in theatre, with our group of acting enthusiasts from Hungary and all over the world - Mind Reset theatre play in June and October 2019, Lighthouse performance within the Vadart festival in January 2020 and most recently, I Didn’t See That Coming dramedy. All the performances are in English.
15 Oct 2023
“My dream would be to have something like this,” she says, gesturing to the room in which we’re sitting. “Like Jurányi – just in English. A cultural centre, so we could invite different kinds of artists: musicians, painters, professional actors…. I’d also like to see Hungarian plays performed in English. A place where everyone feels at home – both the expat community, and all the Hungarians who want to come and meet us!
“I’m just trying to find those people who share my dream!”