Bora Kiss
Bora Kiss

Bora Kiss

Bora Kiss the young actress of the Miklós Tompa theatre stepped on the stage from behind the uncertainty of the solid keys of the piano, into such a world, which does not serve with predictable complexity mechanics of the piano key, of the hammers and the strings. Theatre is still a moving symphony for her, where the actors building on each other’s reactions, tune on each other as an instrument. Before the shows, Bora is always listening anxiously but curiously behind the red velvet curtain, if only she heard something from the people’s dialogue sitting in the crowded public. She would like to gain the public’s trust, build a connection with the viewer, when the public starts to clap and the velvet curtain is pulled back, she sighs relieved, and hopes from the bottom of her heart, that she managed to deliver the message. Bora thinks that an artist is fooling oneself if one thinks they can leave behind, similar to locking a door, the being that the artist created with the role. “The character that you play is also you. You are who is reacting to the events, but based on other stories and other memories.”
Selected pictures