ETIQUETTE – or The Perfect Human is playing:
March 16th at 10pm
March 17th at 6pm
at q-Staff Theatre
400 Broadway SE
How far do you let the inner voice go?
Directed by Martin Boross
Created and Performed by Martin Boross and Julia Jakubowska
Narration by Alexis Latham
Written by Martin Boross and Gáspár Téri
Sound Design and Music by Márk Bartha and Szabolcs Tóth
Scenography by Eszter Kálmán
Light design by Gábor Kocsis
Technical support from Márk Szapu
Dramaturgy by Gáspár Téri
Production Assistants: Dóra Tési, Brigitta Varga
Producers: Edina Schőn, Anikó Rácz
Documentary on nature in a speaking room
In Etiquette we are searching for perfection. Though there is no sense in perfection itself, unless you are able to show it.
The viewers arrive as guests to someone’s home, but it all turns into an absurd lesson on common courtesy. Or rather a round trip in the hidden, instinctive chambers or our brains. Through lust, gobbling, stomping and duels we’ll learn the appropriate way of anxiousness, behavior, compliance – while preserving the highest degree of political correctness and politeness.
We observe the two main characters, Martin Boross and Julia Jakubowska, as if they exist inside a terrarium. We follow the instructions via headphones of a mysterious voice, who helps us become like what we wish to be seen as, by others and by ourselves – as actors, as men and women, as humans.
However, the voice often leads the potential perfect humans astray.
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