January 19 -Premiere of Murder in the Skanzen. Players: Péter Lajtai and Péter Halász (interchangeable father and son), Eva Szendrei (daughter), Marianne Kollár / Mária Körmendy (bag-lady), István Szeghő (consumptive man) and Anna Koós (lady under the umbrella), Péter Breznyik (restaurant musician), Dóra Bácskay (restaurant guest) and János Márton (waiter). Texts written by Péter Lajtai, István Bálint and Peter Halász. Seven-headed dragon and giant fish made by Péter Donáth.
January 19- Article about the group Hungarians Seek Stage written by James Feron is published in The New York Times.
January 24 - Banned by the authorities. The group decides to continue working in the apartment where Péter Halász and Anna Koós live in Budapest, at Dohány-utca 20. From here on the group is known as the apartment theater.
February- Murder in the Skanzen (in the apartment). Performed also at the homes of friends.
February 21 -Premiere of an untitled piece later to be named Breznyik and a Woman, here entitled Metamorphosis. Péter Breznyik has been working on a "skanzen" about himself and his girlfriend while Murder in the Skanzen was being rehearsed. Breznyik's first performance initiates the apartment theater at Dohány-utca 20. Duration: three to five hours. With Péter Breznyik and Ágnes Laurenczi (later with Anna Koós). Also: István Hézső and János Márton as angel ballerinas popping out of the closet.
April- Puppet Theater for children by Peter Halász. Improvisations on Hamlet, Santa Claus, King Kong, Saint Alick and the Blue Angel. In the apartment of Péter Nádori and Emő Dobos at Batthány utca.
Participate in the film made by a friend, the writer and filmmaker Arpád Ajtony. Shot in the ruins in the beautiful Wagner House in Buda.
May- Manifesto appears in the Fluxus publication Hungarian Schmuck, printed by Beau Geste Press in Devon, England. With photographs of Murder in the Skanzen.
Premiere of Seven Clown Stories written by István Bálint. Players: Marianne Kollár, Anna Koós, Istvan Szeghő and Péter Breznyik. Performances held regularly for a year in a variety of different apartments. One of them was the apartment of János Major and Éva Buchmüller at Kun-utca 7. The English and German translations of Seven Clown Stories are published in libretto form by composer Péter Eötvös in Germany.
June -The Breakfast of Adolph Kurtz. At Dohány-utca 20. Duration: as long as it takes for the Kaiser to consume his breakfast of several dishes. An attempt to reconstruct actions which may have culminated in a photograph. Gestures in slow speed as participants converge into a corner of the room. Concept by Péter Lajtai. Players: Péter Halász (Adolph Kurtz), Éva Szendrei (his wife), Anna Koós (the small woman), Péter Breznyik, Miklós Kovács, István Szeghő, István Bálint and Péter Lajtai (Men in their Sunday Best), Emő Dobos and László Algol (a picture on the wall).
August -Seven Days in Surány. In an abandoned sandmine the group, together with a newly formed theater company of young engineering students organized by László Najmányi, gather to perform day and night setting up tents along the perimeter. After four days, cops on motorcycle cops raid the event. A week later the group returns with a film permit issued by the Hungarian Television for Árpád Ajtony who shoots the events in 16-mm film. Cameraman: Gábor Dobos.
Two members, Éva Szendrei and Péter Lajtai emigrate to Israel.
September- Face to Face, or training to be together for an unspecifued time (suspended sheet in the room). At Dohány-utca 20. Regular evening performances for two months. Idea: István Bálint. (photo below)
December -The Puppet Theater of Peter Halász. A solo. At Dohány-utca 20. With household objects and nine phallic red chess pawns carved by Péter Donáth. Poems by István Bálint and Péter Lajtai. Improvised text by Péter Halász.
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