Yellow Rose is a novel written in 1892 by Mór Jókai, Set in the unique Hungarian region of the Hortobágy, the dance performance explores a love triangle through dance. The fundamental atmosphere of the performance is determined by the silence of pastoral solitude, the character-shaping relationship between man and nature. The Yellow Rose is like a permanent undulation of ancient stories, symbols and forces. And what could be a better carrier of this undulation than the folk songs, folk dances and folk costumes of the Hortobágy? The threads of the tragic love story are unravelling before our eyes, and everything is resolved in its own way.
Cover photo: Maros Művészegyüttes - Hungarian Heritage House