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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.

Lucky Girl
Lucky Girl
Audience Reaction

 "Why should you come to see 'Lucky Girl'? Because it's a theatrical gem that goes beyond the surface. 'Lucky Girl' is light in format but deep in meaning. It's perfect food for thought, raising important societal issues with humor and a high-vibe energy.
The play respectfully points out key pitfalls in our society and leaves it to the audience to draw their own conclusions. As Sanja Kowalski Agonovich put it, 'It is worth seeing it more times and bringing teenagers as an educational piece. There are some amazing acting performances and super funny moments. Job well done! Budapest is indeed lucky to have 'Lucky Girl.' Don't miss it! 

Talented cast

Featuring a talented cast, including Alessandro Sparta, Anthony Cristian Medina, Caitlin Rákász Long, Dawn Spring, Didi Adeusi, Harry Szovik, Iva Barčić, Julianna Kovács Gémes, Luisa Tolentino, Nicole Kasbary, and Olja Radlović, along with music composed by Julianna Kovács Gémes and Rita Asztalos, and visual arts by Keggard. 

Lucky Girl
Lucky Girl
Performance Details

Return Dates:

· Saturday, October 28th at 7:30 p.m.
· November 16th at 7:30 p.m
· December 12 th at 7:30 p.m

Location: Katakomba pinceszínház

Runtime: Approximately 1 hour and 40 minutes

Tickets: https://katakomba.info/jegyek/lucky-girl/

Join us!

Join us for another unforgettable evening filled with laughter, contemplation, and theatrical brilliance. "Lucky Girl" returns to explore the intriguing relationship between humanity and technology, promising an immersive experience that will leave you pondering long after the final curtain falls. 

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After a break caused by pandemic, we’re back on stage with
I Didn’t See That Coming.
This dramedy in English premiered in March 2022 in Katakomba pinceszínház in Budapest, followed by an April performance (both sold out, full-houses). The play takes place in an unnamed multicultural city where locals, expats, immigrants, fiancés, divorcees, spirituals, opportunists, materialists, bosses, and assistants coexist.
You know, the usual.

Next show is on Monday, 16 May at 8.00 p.m.

Directed by Tina Tomulić.
Original script by Olja Radlović.
Photography by Martina Rusalka Šestić.
Design by Keggard Ajtai.
Cast: Alessandro Palumbo, Caitlin Rákász Long, Dawn Spring, Iva Barčić,
Katalin Hartai, Lise Kerverdo, Martina Ruslka, Mustapha Ben Ellafi, Mirjam Ekelund, Olja Radlović, Rodrigo Kienen, Samar Boukadida,
Vera Wayda.

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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.

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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.

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