• Hotel Of Change

    Hotel Of Change

    - A Theatrical Time Out -
    Stereo Akt-zimmertheater Tübingen
  • Ex Cathedra

    Ex Cathedra

    Parables From The 90’s
    Stereo Akt-Füge Production
  • Promenade short film

    Promenade short film

    Stereo Akt - Filmfabriq
  • Date An Eastern European

    Date An Eastern European

    Stereo Akt - Volksbühne Berlin


    A Walk In Our Shoes
    Rattlestick Playwrights Theater - STEREO AKT
  • Raw Material

    Raw Material

    feature film (2023)
    STEREO AKT-Filmfabriq
  • Survivors of the Római Part

    Survivors of the Római Part

    Science-fiction Podcast
    Stereo Akt - Füge Produkció
  • Addressless


    Vagabond Role Game
    Lifeboat Unit - Stereo Akt
Further Performances/Projects


STEREO AKT is a Hungarian contemporary theatre collectives founded in 2013 in Budapest. The artistic director is Martin Boross, a Junior Prima Award-winning director whose work has been seen in 36 cities in 11 countries.


STEREO AKT confronts community and social issues that affect all of us. To talk about these issues, we are often required to venture out to the limits of our comfort zones or beyond. In recent years, we have addressed social issues and phenomena such as gender inequality (Garden of the Protected Man), homelessness (Addressless), refugee crises (Colony), freedom of expression and propaganda (Last Chance Clinic), education (Ex Katedra), Eastern/European identity (European Freaks, Date an Eastern European) and equal opportunity (Remake_Bodony).


We create experiential performances: not works of art to be admired, but events in which the spectator is a partner in the action. All our performances initiate a dialogue between the audience and the performers, often without words, with the cooperation of the spectator. An adventurer in an escape room; a tourist on board a bus; a team member in a theatrical board game, or a participant on a city walk — these are a few examples of the unconventional roles our spectators have played in recent years.


We use innovative artistic processes, new perspectives from outside experts, and unique technologies to create our interdisciplinary artistic productions. The resulting plot and text of every piece is created through the collective work of the full creative team. In addition to stage productions, we have created site-specific performances, documentaries and feature films. We deal with personal and poignant issues, and the potential for the well-being of the individual and society as a whole. Mobility and international presence are important elements of our vitality and collective identity.


In our experimental creative processes we first investigate, research, and confront our immediate reality, and then transform material drawn from the real world into dense, theatricalized material. Our performances often feature experts and stakeholders alongside professional actors, and employ the physical site of the performance as a protagonist in the work.