actor, a member of Csokonai Theatre Debrecen, has been working with Baltazar Theatre since 2008
Klári first came to work with the Baltazar Company in 2008, taking on the role of the mother in the play Stone’s Choice. “Back then, I fell deeply in love with the work being done here, so I firmly attached myself to Baltazar, and have been calling myself a member of the company ever since,” she says. She has appeared in Boys, Girls and Happy Hour, and has also taught and helped with the summer camps. But it was the play Stone’s Choice that made the deepest impression on her. “I found I had much in common with the way director Dóra Elek adapted the story of her own family to the stage in this play. Moreover I formed deep friendships, human relationships with the members of the company during the play’s working process.”
Klári has learned much from the other actors of Baltazar, not only as a person, but also as a professional. For example, she has mastered a new level of concentration. “These actors completely give themselves over to the rehearsals, and I’ve come to be able to do the same – with them and through them. When we are doing that, everything ceases to exist around us. Only the moment remains, the material that we are dealing with that moment.”
When she’s not at Baltazar, Klári performs at the Csokonai Theatre in Debrecen, where she’s been a member of the company for seven years. Apart from all this, she also has a Katalin Karády and an Edith Piaf show, which she created with Milán Rusz. She sings in a band, rides her unicycle, runs marathons and raises her son, who has already appeared in the Baltazar play Boys, Girls – although he was still in his mother’s tummy then.