Date: January 17, 2012 through January 21, 2012
Price: $18 in advance, $20 at door
300 West 43rd Street, 4th floor
New York, NY 10036
Description: American and New York premiere of a happy and grotesque play about life from Budapest, Hungary. The company writes, "We all live together in one box, wishing ourselves out of it, so that we can be used for what we meant to be. We all want to be useful. There will be someone, who gives light in order that the invisible problems become visible. There will be someone, who is going to catch fire and set others on fire. And there are also some others ones who are already burnt. It depends on the operator for what we will be used for. Its their responsibility. While life goes on in one box, we never know who is the next one, we never know who gets the short straw." With Banana on the Road and montage music. Cast of eleven German, French, Iranian, Hungarian and Kurdish actors and actresses. The Human Natural Theater is an international theater created for communication without borders and age ranges through the language of lyrics, dance, music and film. The founder of HNT, László Kocsis, is an award-winning director, choreographer and dancer who works prolifically in Hungary and Germany. The members of HNT are from different nations, in all age ranges. "Match" works with human, historical and religious issues through metaphors. Its multiculturalism is one of the reasons why this play has been so successful in Germany. Self criticism and criticism, lyricism and drama are all on the stage. The bridges between scenes are filled by fresh and breezy music played by a young talented band.