April -Diary Theater series. Location: Dohány-utca 20. Budapest. Play on, around and under a table.
Sand Table. Location: Dohany-utca 20. Music: Bach's St. Johns Passion. Players: Éva Buchmüller, István Bálint and Péter Halász.
Anna Doing Dishes. Location: Dohány utca 20. Budapest A solo by Anna Koós with two puppets made by Éva Buchmüller.
Fishing. Location: Dohány utca 20. Budapest . Performance by István Bálint with Marianne Kollár, Péter Halász and Péter Breznyik blowing whistles.
Preface to Don Giovanni. Location: Dohány utca 20. Budapest. Play by Péter Breznyik. With Anna Koós and Marianne Kollár. The play lasts as long as it takes for Anna to read in a barely audible voice and for Breynzik to repeat line by line The Four Portuguese Letters attributed to the nun Mariana Alcoforado from the 18th century. Undressed, the two stand in the far corner of the room. Draped in Don Giovanni's red cape with a black feather collar Marianne stands guard, holding the Page's weapon. At the end of the fourth letter, she covers the couple with the cape while the Overture of Mozart's Don Giovanni plays.
The Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov. Location: Dohány utca 20. Budapest Text: the abridged version of the original play limited to the lines of the three sisters. Players: Péter Halász (lrina), István Bálint (Olga), Péter Breznyik (Masha) and Anna Koás (prompter). Music: a selection of Chopin Polonaises.
May- Unattended participation in the Paris Biennale with the 16-mm film made in the sandmine in Surány smuggled out of Hungary. The catalogue publishes photographs and writings by members of the group, including a sketch of Murder in the Skanzen by Peter Halász.
Emigration negotiations with the authorities.
July- Don Giovanni von Leporello. 16-mm black-and-white film shot in and around a house in Nagymaros on the Danube. Cameraman: Gábor Dobos. Concept: Péter Breznyik, Marianne Kollár and Anna Koós as main characters. With: Péter Rácz (dwarf), Borbála Major (his adopted daughter), Péter Halász (rabbit hunter-storyteller-exhibitionist), Péter Donáth (cacophiliac), István Bálint (necrophiliac), Éva Buchmüller (the knight with four faces), Eszter Bálint (her page), Emö Dobos (fainting nun), Andrea Bösze (monkey-nun on the tree), Éva Koós (one-eyed teen-woman), Borbála Major, Rebecca Major, Gergely Nádori, Péter Nádori, Eszter Bálint, Anna Petri and Galus Halász (band of children). Editing: Anna Koós and Péter Breznyik. A dupe negative of the film is made and smuggled out of the country.
September: It Is Hard to Say Good-bye to Happiness. Location: Dohány utca 20. Budapest at a campfire in the apartment. Éva Buchmüller, Péter Halász and István Bálint.
Postscript to Don Juan. Location: Dohány utca 20. Budapest. Players: István Bálint, Marianne Kollár and Borbála Major. A man's face is covered with white and pink bird feathers, the floor is covered with sand and a tent is set up in the corner of the room. Man and wife fight without sounds, lip-reading each other's words. Man and child fence with burning swords.
November- Rebuilding the House. Various plays.