A group of young people involved in sex, drugs and petty crime meet big-time Mafiosi against the backdrop of semi-underworld Budapest today. None of the characters seems to know what he or she is doing, yet still they try to cheat one another and their own fate. A dry, quirky, fast, rude and at times extremely funny snapshot of the urban scene in Hungary today.
As well as being a playwright, Ákos Németh is the artistic director of the German-Language Theatre in Szekszárd, Hungary. His plays are performed in mainstream theatres and on radio and television in Hungary, and have also been staged in France, Germany and Romania. His play Müller's Dancers was published in English by Nick Hern Books in 1996. Two volumes of his collected plays have been published in Hungary. In 2003 he was appointed curator of the annual National Theatre Festival in Pécs in southern Hungary.