HEGYI ÁRPÁD JUTOCSA, DLA

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Jutocsa A. Hegyi, DLA                                                                          
Vörösmarty tér 3. 1051 Budapest, Hungary
hegyijutocsa@hotmail.com
+36/30/6810102

EDUCATION
Postgraduate (Doctorate)
Doctor of Liberal Arts (DLA), Theatre and Film Academy, Budapest, 2005
Diploma, Director of Theatre, Opera, TV and Radio, Theatre and Film Academy, Budapest, 1980
Diploma, Civil Engineer, Engineering College of Ybl Miklós, Budapest, 1976
Diploma, Matriculation, Gymnasium of Eötvös József, Budapest, 1973

ADDITIONAL TRAINING
Case Western Reserve University
, Cleveland, Ohio
Studied Contemporary American Theatre Practices, 2002-2003
Deutsche Oper Berlin / Goethe Institute
Studied opera as German language scholar, 1988-1989

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY
2006 – Present
Theatre and Film Academy, Budapest
– visiting professor of acting, music-dramaturgy, radio and stage directing;
ELTE University Budapest – visiting professor, teaching Law and Drama;
Budapest Chamber Theatre – guest director;
Hungarian State Radio – adaptor, dramaturg and director;
Madách Theatre Budapest – guest director;
Workplus Management Consulting Ltd. – main trainer of ‘BackStage TeamBuilding’ program;
Hungarian Academy of Writing – taught master course in Theatre and Playwriting.

2005 – 2006 General and Artistic Director, Hungarian State Opera
Responsible for the artistic and managing areas of the Hungarian State Opera; organized and led the modernization program at the State Opera.

2002 – 2005 Freelance Director
Directed plays at various Hungarian theatres; directed and adapted plays for the Hungarian Radio; taught music-dramaturgy at the Theatre and Film Academy, Budapest; studied theatrical arts, American theatre and opera in the United States.

1992 – 2002, General and Artistic Director, National Theatre Miskolc/Senate of Miskolc
Responsible for the artistic and general management of the National Theatre Miskolc (the largest and oldest in Hungary); created the seasons, developed the company, reconstructed and improved the facilities, founded/established the Opera Company.

2001 – 2002, General Director, “Bartók + ...” International Opera Festival, City of Miskolc
Created, organized and conducted Hungary’s first annual opera festival. (Bartók + Verdi 2001; Bartók + Puccini 2002)

2000, Director, Festival of Hungarian Theatres, Ministry of Hungarian Culture, Miskolc
Planned, organized and led the Festival of Hungarian Theatres, promoting Hungarian language theatre nationally and internationally.

1980 – Present, Freelance Director at various theatres in Hungary, Europe and America.

DIRECTING
Directed over 90 productions nationally and internationally, including theaters in Miskolc Debrecen, Zalaegerszeg, Kecskemét, Budapest, Helsinki, Chicago, Berlin and Cleveland. Representative productions include:

Bartók + Puccini International Opera Festival, Miskolc, Hungary:
Béla Bartók, The Bluebeard's Castle, Dropstone-cave of Aggtelek (2002)
G. Puccini, La Bohème, National Theatre Miskolc (2002)

National Theatre Miskolc, Hungary:
F. Erkel, Bánk bán, Hungarian National Opera (1998)
Johann Strauss, Die Fledermaus  (1998)
F. Lehár, The Land of Smiles (1998)
Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet (1994); The Merchant of Venice (1997)
F. Schiller, Love and Intrigue (1996)
J. Herman, Hello, Dolly (1996)
N. Gogol, The Government Inspector (1995)
Masteroff-Kander-Ebb, Cabaret (1995)
E. Scribe, A Glass of Water (1994)
G. and I. Gershwin, Girl Crazy (1993)
E. Kalman, The Gypsy Queen (1992)

Music Garden Open Air Theatre, Miskolc, Hungary:
W. A. Mozart, Don Giovanni (1983)
D. Cimarosa, The Secret Marriage (1982)

Budapest, Hungary:
Gregg Opelka, La Vie Ennui, Madách Teatre (2004); Chamber Theatre (2010)
E. Albee-V. Nabokov, Lolita, Budapest Chamber Theatre (2009)
Shelagh Delaney, A Taste of Honey, Merlin Theatre (1991)
M. Druon, Un Voyageur, Hevesi Auditorium, Budapest, Academy of Theatre (1991)
Agatha Christie, The Unexpected Guest, József Attila Theatre (1990)
H. Pinter, Old Times, Ódry Theatre (1982)

Hungarian Regional Theatres:
A. Dumas, The Lady of the Camellias, Kecskemét (1988)
Mozart-Rossini, Figaro, the Barber of Seville, Kecskemét (1987)
Moliere, The Miser, Zalaegerszeg (1983)

Hungarian Television:
J. Vajda, Mario and the Magician, TV-opera (1990)

International:
Gypsy Love by F. Lehár; Countess Maritza by E. Kálmán, Light Opera Works, Chicago (Evanston), IL, USA (2001/2002)
(http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2001-06-04/features/0106040163_1_countess-maritza-emmerich-kalman-principals-dance)
(http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2001-06-03/news/0106030466_1_countess-maritza-emmerich-kalman-hungarian)
The Guardsman by F. Molnár, The Cleveland Play House, Cleveland, OH, USA (2000) (http://www.clevescene.com/cleveland/a-toast-to-elegance/Content?oid=1475619)
Die Abenteuer des Königs Pausole by A. Honegger, Berliner Kammeroper, Berlin, Germany (1994)
Mario and the Magician by János Vajda, Finnish National Opera, Helsinki, Finnland (1992)

Hungarian State Radio:
Directed over 90 productions, including:
Various Contemporary Hungarian Male Authors, About the Body and Sex and Fathers and Mothers (2011)
Bram Stoker, Dracula (2009)
Albert Camus, The Error (2003)
Simone de Beauvoir, The Woman Destroyed (2000)
A. Puskin, Mozart and Salieri (1994)
Oscar Wilde, The Happy Prince (1985)

TEACHING
Academy of Theatre and Film, Budapest, Hungary
- visiting professor of Acting and Dramaturgy (1990 – present)
ELTE University, Budapest, Law Faculty - visiting professor of Law and Drama (2008 – present)
Hungarian Academy of Writing, Budapest, Hungary - taught master course in Theatre and Playwriting (2009)
University of Miskolc, Hungary, Faculty of Sociology - taught course on Theatrical Communication (2004)
Columbia University, New York, NY, USA - Guest lecturer (2003)
Northwestern University, Chicago (Evanston), IL, USA - Guest instructor of dance and acting (2002)
Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH, USA - Guest professor of acting (2000)
Actor’s Studio of National Theatre Miskolc - Acting instructor (1992 – 2002)
Dobama Theatre, Cleveland, OH, USA - Guest instructor of playwriting (2002)

LANGUAGE SKILLS: Hungarian – native speaker; English – intermediate;
German – intermediate

ADDITIONAL SKILLS
Acting coach, team builder, festival organizer, artistic and executive manager, arts and culture advocate…hobby: sailing; blues, jazz, rock and roll; poetry; collecting maps…





 
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