The Meaning of Life - 100 Minutes of One Minute Stories
Pál Mácsai and Miklós Lukács's István Örkény Evening
- LITERARIUM EXTRA
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István Örkény's One Minute Stories, a collection of short tales, was first published in 1968, more than half a century ago. The idea was minimum communication, maximum imagination.
His writings featured the grotesque spectacle of our shared ideas broken down into tiny pieces, and vice versa: the secret wholeness of life found in everyday banalities.
The wit of a genius author and two equally talented artists, who particularly resonate with the exceptional sensitivity of Örkény's world, are brought together on the Festival Theatre stage. Spoken word and the cimbalom bring Örkény's compelling world to life in all its splendour.
Presented by: Müpa Budapest
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