A Marvellous Show in the Making: Álomutazó (Dream Traveller)

After the great success of ‘A Játékkészítő’ (The Toy Maker) back in 2014-2015, TulipánTündér Production is back with another spectacular play. This time they invite your whole family on a magical journey to the future through music, starring well-known Hungarian actors and actresses such as András Stohl, Judit Schell, Győző Szabó, Adrienn Zsédenyi, Steve Hajdú and Mariann Falusi, among many others. 

The fabulous pop-musical focuses on a very actual matter, and it is a real eye-opener; it welcomes the audience to the world where running behind success and maximizing productivity is more of a priority than the quality time we spend together with our loved ones.

The Story in a Nutshell

The story’s protagonist is Tomi, whose only wish for Christmas is to bring his family closer together. Considering his successful and very busy parents, it is quite challenging; his father is a workaholic scientist who invented a machine which helps charging our ‘brain batteries’ so there is no need to sleep. It’s all for maximizing efficiency at the expense of family time. And if it wasn’t enough, his mother is an astronaut and travels very frequently between planet Earth and Mars, so she hardly spends time at home. But no matter the weather, Tomi will not give up on his dream, and his toughness seems to pay off when he meets Bárány, the magical nap toy that introduces him to the world of Dream Makers.

The Cast

The promising show’s cast includes stars who also contributed to the success of The Toy Maker –András Stohl, Győző Szabó, Gigi Radics, Steve Hajdú – joined by new cast members Judit Schell, Ildikó Keresztes, Adrienn Zsédenyi, Mariann Falusi, Viktor Varga and Anita Ábel.

The play was written by Szép Ernő-award winner András Vinnai, together with award-winning pianist and producer Viktor Rakoncai (music) and the proud owner of golden and platinum album titles Tamás Orbán (lyrics).

Kossuth-award winning director and choreographer Tamás Juronics describes Dream Traveller as a play never before seen in Hungary, both for its overwhelming volume and the wonderful, instructive story. Considering the special set with its enormous led walls, many dancers, awesome costumes and theatrical effects this show will be jaw dropping in many levels.  Check it out between Christmas and New Year’s Eve at BOK Csarnok (one-time SYMA)!

More info: www.tulipantunder.hu