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Osonó Theatre’s Talent Development Across Borders Programme Begins

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Osonó Theatre, a Registered National and European Talent Point, will carry out a complex talent development programme in the upcoming period. The project titled “Talent Development without Borders” was created with the support of the Ministry of Human Resources, in the framework of the National Talent Programme, and provides a series of workshops based on Theatre in Education for six participants from Hungary and six from Vojvodina. The talent programme is organised in cooperation with the Hungarian Cultural Association of Vojvodina.


The 50-hour intensive project will take place in two phases: from 26-28 November in Budapest and from 10-12 December in Totovo Selo, Vojvodina. In both venues, Fazakas Misi, director and drama teacher, and Mucha Oszkár, actor and trainer, will hold theatre-education, self-awareness, personality development, team building, speech development and acting workshops for the 12 youngsters involved from Hungary and Vojvodina. During the programme, the young participants will develop key competences such as communication, teamwork, self-assertion, authenticity, speaking skills, empathy, proactivity and leadership skills, through playful and interactive activities.

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Osonó Theatre’s training series for teachers in Vojvodina

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In cooperation with Osonó Theatre, the Association of Hungarian Culture of Vojvodina and the Institute of Hungarian Culture of Vojvodina are organising community development weekends, the first of which will take place in Sombor, West Bačka, between 19-21 November. This event will be followed by three professional weekends in the period of December-February, when the training held by the Osonó trainers – director and theatre educator Fazakas Misi and actor and trainer Mucha Oszkár – will provide insight into areas such as personality development, speech training, team building, group leadership and theatre basics.


The three-day workshop series of nearly 20 hours, will introduce teachers, group leaders, theatre community members, youth workers and community-culture professionals to Osonó’s method. The independent company has been holding trainings for adults and professional workshops for teachers for eight years and has celebrated several hundreds of educational events of this kind.

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Osonó Theatre’s film won an international festival award

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The 20th Anniversary Kaleidoscope Poetry Festival took place between 2-7 November in Kaposvár, where professional and non-professional actors, performers and companies, as well as filmmakers and creative groups competed. At the biggest Central European festival in the field, Osonó Theatre's experimental poetry film “I trusted myself” (Magamban bíztam) won second prize in the relevant category. The film stars actor Mucha Oszkár and is directed by Fazakas Misi.


The award is a particularly important recognition for the independent and self-sustaining company, which has been forced to scale back its theatrical activities in the wake of the coronavirus epidemic. In response to current challenges, the team has set out to explore new directions, creating several experimental films. The award is a significant and stimulating acknowledgement of this process and work.

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The students of Sfântu Gheorge in Osonó’s vocational camp

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Osonó Theatre organised a vocational camp for the drama students of the Plugor Sándor Secondary School of Arts of Sfântu Gheorghe. From 11 to 17 October, the Casa Cu Flori Pension in Valea Crișului will host the theatre camp titled Antigone - as we see it, funded by the Office for Interethnic Relations of the Government of Romania (Departamentul pentru Relații Interetnice - Guvernul României). The project aims to deepen the work and rehearsal process which creates an experimental theatre production directed by Misi Fazakas. During the rehearsals and workshops led by, alongside the company leader, by Osonó’s actor Mucha Oszkár, the drama students will explore themes of freedom, faith and standing up for oneself, based on Sophocles' drama titled Antigone, and will have the opportunity to express their vision through different theatrical forms.

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