Originally from Hungary, Rebeka comes from a street-theatre background where they worked with youth groups and theatres in Romania (Teatrul Merlin) and Hungary (Ort-Iki). In the UK she produced, directed (Hen & Chickens Theatre), composed and performed (Guildford Fringe, OffBeat Oxford, Voila, Vaults) across fringe theatres, pushing the boundaries of contemporary performance. Their acting credits also include performances in Poland (Academy Festival of Gardzienice) and a feature film yet to be released (The Three (Proletariat) Pigs).
Rebeka graduated from Rose Bruford College, European Theatre Arts degree. Their creative work explores themes of identity, folk tradition, climate justice and queerness, subverting gender roles through the physical language of their performers and their theatre spaces. Their approach is multidisciplinary with a focus on holistic practices. Their most recent works Transit & Places I Never Think About explore first-generation migrant displacement and experiences of queerness in the UK.
Rebeka is currently working on All in Good Time, and devised multi-disciplinary performance, and The Really Useless Cabaret, a comedy-cabaret both showing at the Vaults, 2023.