10 initWorld('Underground');
20 Self::construct (); 

 30 World->createEvent (random); 
40 Event->engage (Self); 

50 init (TRAIN); 
60 if (Self.isEngaged (Event) ==true) {
70         TRAIN->destroy (Self);
80         } 

 90 Self->reTrace(Event); 

100 if (Self->correct (Event) == true or Self->erase (Event) ==true) {
110         Self::reconstruct ();
120         }
130 else {
140         Self->exitWorld ();
150         } 

 160 echo "The next train arrives in 2 minutes!"; 

 170 wait (120s);
 180 goto(30); 


Acting is a dark profession.

And by that I don't mean, that the ones who practice it made a pact with the Lord of the Darkness, who in return for talent only takes one's soul. This is an obvious and well-known fact. I am talking about something else: the concrete, physical circumstances of this job.

The concepts of theater and spotlight are so intertwined that probably most people think: the actors who work there are bathing in a blinding, warm ocean of light all day , but sadly, I have to demolish this childish dream. Truth is, that in some cases the "workers" are happy to even get a chance to bathe in warm water. :)



My passion since I was born. At the age of three, I was listening to the blues records of my parents, at five I began taking piano lessons. In my wild teens, I picked up a guitar to sing the rebel songs. During my college years I started to play the drums, I've been a drummer ever since. I play in different bands (Kiss, Nagy & Veress trio, Ramm-Brand(t) ), projects and styles, but deep inside I am devoted to jazz.