László Takács




At the age of fifteen, I was admitted to the Folk Dance-Theater Dance Department of the Hungarian University of Dance (College att.), where I could deal with different branches of dance on a daily basis. After a successful final exam, I felt that I was not yet ready to start a professional career, so I continued my studies as a student of the Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance (SEAD).

Over the past few years, I have been able to test my performance values ​​at many Hungarian and foreign companies, such as the Duda Éva Company, Central Europe Dance Theatre, Compagnie József Trefeli, Grotesque Gymnastics and Atelier21220, while I was lucky enough to work with nearly thirty choreographers. About two years ago, I felt it was the time to enrich my toolbox with other branches of eurhythmics. This is how I got in Imre Baross Circus Arts School Clown department, where I try to get the most out of myself as a performer learning pantomime, “Clown” techniques and also gaining knowledge of using props outside the educational framework (cyr wheel).