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Moving House Foundation is a public interest foundation, established in 1996. The foundation is named after the executive directors' previous theatre company the Moving House Company (1994-2002). 

Being quite an experienced theatre director and choreographer himself, executive director László Hudi supports and creates independent contemporary theatre and dance productions within Moving House Foundation. His professional activity is also extended to the fields of associate arts.

Moving House Foundation currently runs Flórián Workshop the first production house in Hungary (for details see top menu).

László Hudi is the president of the Alternative and Independent Theatre Association and the Association for Host Theatres in Hungary (for details see links).

Moving House Foundation is the organizer of the theatre programmes of Arcus Temporum Festival, Pannonhalma, Hungary. 

 

About Moving House Company
 

Moving House Company was László Hudi's first own theatre company founded in 1994. 

Moving House Company had usually one premier per year and performed approximately 50 times a year, mostly abroad. (Most important performances: „Jeanne d’Arc”, 1995; ”Romeo and Juliet” 1996; „Beckett songs” 1997; „The Cherry Orchard” 1998; „Plan secance dance” 1999 (with János Xantus); ‘Tragedy of Men’, 2000; ‘Don Juan’, 2001). They were the first Hungarians to perform at Avignon Theatre Festival in 2000, and also in 2001. 

Mayor festivals were the company performed: Berliner Festspiele, Bonn Biennale, Hamburg Theatre Festival, Festwochen - Wien, International Festival - Caracas, LIFT - London, Arhus, Basel, Cividale, Polverigi, Antwerpen, Bruxelles, Amsterdam, Groningen, Münster, Freiburg, Fringe Festival - Philadelphia, Ljubljana, Prague, Zagrab, Sarajevo.

Performances appeared on national and international television channels (ARTE TV France, 3sat TV and on Deutsche Welle TV).

 

AWARDS

 

2004 – X. Alternative Theatre Review of Szeged, Hungary: Best Music Award ‘Garden of Perdition

2002
Bezerédj Award, Hungary: Best Production for ‘No. 16 473’ - László Hudi

Most important awards won by Moving House Company: European Festival Award; International Festival Award of Sarajevo: Best Performance; San Antonio Festival: Best Director, Best Set Design and Best Performance

First Modern Dance Competition of Budapest: Best Choreographer - László Hudi


PRODUCTIONS

 
Dec, 2001 – organizer of ‘Multi-Art Party’, Trafó-House of Contemporary Arts,
Budapest, Hungary

Dec, 2002 – organizer of ‘Multi-Art Party’,
Millenáris Park - Teátrum, Budapest, Hungary

2002 – director of ‘No. 16 473’ (based on the play ‘Liliom’ by Ferenc Molnár), Trafó-House of Contemporary Arts, Budapest, Hungary
2003 – On tour with ‘No. 16 473’ in
Italy and France

Dec, 2003 – director-choreographer of ‘Bird Woman’, Trafó-House of Contemporary Arts, Budapest, Hungary

Nov, 2004 – director of ‘The Bride’, director, remake of ‘Bird Woman’ Trafó-House of Contemporary Arts, Budapest, Hungary

Jan 22, 2004 – director of ‘Psalms of Perdition’, contemporary opera with composer Samu Gryllus, Millenáris Park - Teátrum, Budapest, Hungary

March 12, 2004 – director of ‘Garden of Perdition’, Trafó-House of Contemporary Arts, Budapest, Hungary

April, 2004 – leader of workshop on Romeo and Juliet with elderly actors, Studio of the National Theatre, London

 
Sept, 2004 – director of the ‘Liliom’ remake (originally performed in 2002), MU Theatre,
Budapest, Hungary
(2005/2006 also performed in Merlin International Theatre, Budapest, Hungary)

Febr, 2005 – director of ‘Happy Birthday, Hedvig Ekdal!’ (based on Henrik Ibsen’s The Wild Duck), Trafó-House of Contemporary Arts, Budapest, Hungary
(2005/2006 also performed in Merlin International Theatre,
Budapest, Hungary)

 


 
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