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Martin Boross
Martin Boross (born in 1988.) theatre director. Artistic director of STEREO AKT, Budapest-based contemporary theatre collective. Between 2011 and 2014 member of Artus Theatre, a renowned 30-year-old physical-theatre company, as a performer-creator. He earned his diploma in 2013 at the University of Theatre and Film Art of Budapest, in Dramaturgy. Since 2011 he has directed 16 theatre shows – including on stage and site-specific works, as well as an opera and a documentary movie and various small scale artistic actions, flash-mobs, and civil campaigns. His post-dramatic pieces are often interdisciplinary, participatory/immersive, and make use of documentary material and social, community, or political approaches. He often experiments with the unconventional positioning and participation of the audience. He is interested in the interaction as the dramaturgical technique necessary for critical, creative, reflective audience involvement. Outside of Hungary he worked with international project-based teams in Germany, Spain, Denmark, Poland, Romania and in the United States.

Tara Khozein
Iranian-American multidisciplinary performer Tara Khozein is a soprano, theater-maker, and vocal improviser based in Budapest. After completing her studies in classical singing in the US and Germany, and physical theater at École Jacques Lecoq in Paris, she worked extensively as a performer and co-creator in theater, music, and immersive art in Santa Fe, New Mexico. She was a core member of internationally-recognized physical theater company Theater Grottesco, and a performance director in the critically-acclaimed immersive arts company, Meow Wolf. In her work, Tara explores the intersections of classical/experimental singing and physical theater.