Letícia and Mihály started to develop the typical Hungarian acrobatic genre the duo teeterboard four years ago in the Hungarian State Circus School. In the past years they had performed at different Art Festivals, circuses, and being main characters of contemporary shows such as ‘Carmina Burana’ (regie: Gábor Szűcs), ‘The Jungle Book’ (regie: Peter Uray), ‘Homecoming’ (regie: Stefan Haves).
So far, they showed their teeterboard skills in five different styles and choreography. As Faludy Duette they represents the latest generation of the world famous The Great Faludy’s teeterboard act, who were the highlights of the 1920s and 1930s famous European “houses” such as Wintergarten Varieté, Lindenhof Varieté and Circus Krone.
Story of the Act
The plot of the story is the rendezvous of a tricky woman and a rich but distrait man presenting the performance in an alternation of difficult tricks and comic scenes.
Biography of the Artists
Mihály Antal Hernádi started his acrobatic career when he was 5 years old. After 8 years of competitive gymnastics, he decided to develop his acrobatic skills in the Hungarian Circus School.
Letícia Anna Losonczi was born in a circus family. She discovered the world of varietés and circuses early. After practicing various sports and artist genres, she decided to carry the teeterboard genre on, just like her father and grandfather did.