A man – woman – dancer stands in the empty space defined by the walls of the theater. Patiently looking forward to the spectators while they find their seats, so she can begin her revelation. His body and personality serve as a medium through which he opens up to a collective information channel.

She portrays pictures, feelings, emotions, concrete thoughts, opinions, problems from the information flow of the accumulated and undisturbed chaos of the past, the present and the future. She does not form an explicit, unanimous opinion, but she shows options and possible solutions. Like the ancient and controversial character of “Lilith,” which has a wide range of interpretations: a female demon, an old sumer goddess, a goddess of the high altitudes’ winds and a witch. He symbolizes the learned, strong woman, and the symbol of emancipation.

Molnár Csaba: LILITH (Közép-Európa Táncszínház - K-Arcok)