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Budapest: RAm-Art Theathre Show Tickets1 Reviews
The inclusive theater aims for genre openness and diversity in its program, and several performances, unique to Budapest, will be showcased here.
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DescriptionThe RaM-ArT Theatre is not 'just' a theater, but an inclusive, community space open to various segments of culture. Here, prose and musical theater performances, dance productions, classical and popular music concerts, programs for families and children, as well as various thematic exhibitions and community events coexist harmoniously. Shows: Monarchia Operett Gala - presents a musical journey through Kálmán Imre's operettas, mixing Hungarian, French, Russian, American, and Indian influences. The show features humor, romance, and lively performances, set in various locations, and is adorned with elaborate costumes, visuals, and special effects. Dracula - Explore Dracula's legend in a unique tale set in a Transylvanian village inhabited by Hungarians and Romanians. Fear grips the region as mysterious wanderers arrive, spreading rumors of a bloodthirsty vampire who preys on enchanted women. The story unfolds amidst the rich cultural backdrop of Transylvanian folk music and mesmerizing traditional dances, creating a magical experience. Christmas Waltz - Founded in 1986 by István Bogár, the Budapest Strauss Orchestra gained international acclaim, performing Strauss family classics worldwide. Under István's daughter, Csáky-Bogár Rita, and conductor Deák András, they became renowned for their captivating concerts. Their upcoming event, Christmas Waltz, promises to enchant audiences with magical music from the Strauss family and their contemporaries, celebrating the festive season. PianoPlays – excerpts – études on Franz Liszt's works by choreographer László Velekei, explores diverse human emotions, depicting tumultuous storms and quiet streams. The production delves into the intricacies of human relationships and emotional conflicts, questioning who truly bears the wounds inflicted in the pursuit of connection. Győri Balett's lead dancers, accompanied by pianist Balázs János, create a powerful, plotless dance piece resonating with a complex range of emotions.
IncludesEntry tickets for the selected date and performance
- 'Dracula' is not suitable for minors and will be denied entrance. Duration is different for each show, with one half-time break.