I need you.

This play tells a story about a 15-year old Estonian boy and a 13-year old Hungarian girl. They meet in an international youth camp in Finland during a cold winter with heavy snow. Together with other young people in the camp they decide to have a snowmobile race. A girl and a boy on one snowmobile get lost in a dark forest. The motor dies. It is a dark and cold night. They find a cottage. They have to survive because there is no help to be expected in this snow storm. It is a story about survival, reconciliation and finding one another.

Please note: primitive English will be spoken in parts of this production!

Photographer: Siim Vahur

The production is a collaboration between VAT Theatre and Budapest Kolibri Theatre, and it is part of European theatre project Platform 11+.

Duration: 1 h 20 minutes. No intermission.

Premiere: May 11, 2011 in National Library Theatre Hall.

Authors: Aare Toikka and Peter Horvath (Hungary)
Directors: Margo Teder and Aare Toikka
Designer: Inga Vares
Sound designer: Janoš Novak (Hungary)
Performers: Marilyn Jurman or Nora Sallai (Hungary) and Meelis Põdersoo
Light designer: Sander Põllu