Zoltán Grecsó

Zoltán Grecsó is a freelancer dancer and choreographer. In 2014 he received the Fülöp Viktor scholarship and the artistic secretary of the Amateur Dance Association.Since 2011 he teaches at the University of Theatre and Film Arts. He participated in nearly 60 productions in my 10 years of work. In 2009 he founded his own studio, Willany Leó Improvisational Dance Theatre.

Zoltán Grecsó (official page): http://grecso.com

Willany Leó (facebook page): https://www.facebook.com/willanyleoimpromuhely










Zoltán Grecsó’s and Beatrix Simkó’s duo puts Orpheus’ and Eurydice’s mythos in today’s conditions, giving a special interpretation to this so many times presented love story.

This is an exciting challenge, to code this momentary collision, presenting dissonance and diversity in the language of motions only. Dance allows to show the mainspring of human relationships, the internal forces generating unsolvable conflicts. In their duo, Beatrix Simkó and Zoltán Grecsó accumulate their experience of years of working together, using Dániel Dömölky’s clear scenography construction, in the atmosphere created by sound designer Ábris Gryllus.

Choreography, dance: Beatrix Simkó, Zoltán Grecsó

Music: Ábris Gryllus

Set design: Dániel Dömölky

Costum: Petra Földi

Premiere: 22nd of October, 2016

 SUPPOTERS: Ministry of Human Resources, National Cultural Fund, Comedy Theatre Budapest, Workshop Fundation, Sín Production, Spicc Studio, Movein Studio, Eötvös 10, Pro Progressione, PUR E, DNN, deephoto

Next times of event

21/04/2017  |  Budapest Art Week

21/04/2017  | Budapest Art Week



"Wednesday evening, 10 o'clock, questions, turning on and switching, releasing and bonding, flashes and lights, answers. All this in one word: Willany Leó. The dance theater's nights are one-shot and irreproducible since they are improvisational. All the spectators' reception, presence and concentration have as much influence on the performances as the dancers' creative energies. They are thinking and make others think about art once in a week, in the Spicc Studio in Király street on Wednesday evenings."

The weekly improvisational workshop started in 2008 and it is very popular between youngsters since then. They also work as community building evenings but their main goal is to find the beginning and the end of art.

 Events: 21.00 pm,  every wednesday | Spicc Studio