Breakout Points

  • EN: A review about Vida Cerkvenik Bren’s book, Why don’t we do it on the road: A personal guide to outdoor interactive theatre, written by Tamás Jászay, titled Breakout Points, was published in the Tiszatáj Periodical in October 2019. It will be also available on-line in a few months:
  • HU: Megjelent Vida Cerkvenik Bren könyvének – Why don’t we do it in the road: A personal guide to outdoor interactive theatre – Jászay Tamás által írt recenziója Kitörési pontok címmel. Olvasható a Tiszatáj Folyóirat 2019. októberi kiadványában. A cikk hamarosan elérhető lesz online formátumban is:

No One can be replaced

EN.: This is a documentary film about Teatro tascabile di Bergamo Accademia delle Forme Sceniche. The film shows how street theatre can operate in a rural environment, and how outdoor performance skills can enrich the work of an actor. A film by Gábor Rumann (Control Studio Association) There are subtitles available on the link in English, in Hungarian, in Romanian and in Slovenian.

HU.: Íme egy dokumentumfilm a Teatro tascabile di Bergamo Színházi Formák Akadémiája társulatáról. A film bemutatja, hogy az utcaszínház miként működhet vidéki környezetben és a szabadtéri performansz gyakorlata milyen új technikákkal képes gazdagítani egy színész tudását. A filmet Rumann Gábor forgatta (Control Stúdió Egyesület) A linken elérhető felirat, angol, magyar, román és szlovén nyelveken.


Annex to the Street theatre handbook

We would like to share a great text about the Third Theatre Movement and Street Theatre which is an annex to the book, Why don’t we do it on the road, for adult trainers, and for those, interested to apply the street theatre handbook in a wider,  theoretical context.


The text is an intellectual output of the RIOTE 2 partnership, led by the Italian Partner, Teatro Tascabile di Bergamo and personally by Beppe Chierichetti.

Many theaters, but only one heart

In Italian:

Tanti teatri, un solo cuore



Conference of Birds


streetplay by JUDIT FECSKÉS, based on the poem of FARID UD-DIN ATTAR considering the translation of DICK DAVIS and the dramatic verison of JEAN-CLAUDE CARRIÈRE and PETER BROOK


Gabriella Molnár-Keresztyén, Nikolett Németh, Júlia Fazakas, Viktor Gábor Kozma, Géza Pintér, Krisztián Simó, Balázs Simon, Gáspár Simon 

Costumes, props: TÍMEA PIRÓTH,



A community creation under the direction of BALÁZS SIMON

Easily accessible open-air performance concerning our life’s ever-answered question for children and their parents and for their parents and their parents:


The interactive show of the Hungarian group is something they call a

“public vehicle to the realm of ancient wisdom”

for the never limited audience of streets with a delicate selection of traditional open-air performing art tools.

Please see the photos of the performance:

Emotions behind the objects

We are happy to share the final edited version of our second documentary about the Broken Spectacles theatre company in Dartington.
The film gives a different introduction into the idea of making outdoor theatre, and presents one of the RIOTE 2 training in Dartington in June 2018. The learners were experimenting a research about performative expression in site-specific conditions.
A film photographed and directed by Gábor Rumann / Control Studio Association.