Zsigmond Móricz – Tibor Kocsák – Tibor Miklós

Be Faithful Unto Death

A musical

Nyilas Misi
Gellért Ábrahám
 
Orczy
Csaba Esztergár / Lea Sinkó
 
Gimesi
Deborah Jenei / Victor Pulbere
 
Böszörményi
Ákos Kerekes / Dávid Szenkovics
 
Tök Marci
Dávid Szilágyi / Eszter Jeney
 
Csicsó
Csenge Vincze / Dénes Sógor
 
Szegedy
Zsófi Deák / Ádám Rámay
 
Tannenbaum
Vince Schneider / Krisztina Horváth
 
Andrási
Csenge Darabont / Kinga Albert
 
Sándor Mihály
Áron Sárosi / Dávid Kovács
 
Mr Nagy, student
Csaba Marosán
 
Mr Lisznyay, student
Péter Árus
 
Principle
Áron Dimény
 
Valkay, geography teacher
Gábor Viola
 
Gyéres, headmaster
Róbert Laczkó Vass
 
Sarkadi, teacher
Loránd Váta
 
Bagoly, teacher
Szabolcs Balla
 
Mr István
Alpár Fogarasi
 
Mrs Doroghy
Júlia Laczó
 
Viola
Melinda Kántor
 
Bella
Rita Sigmond / Andrea Vindis
 
Doroghy Sanyika
Alex-Krisztián Rancea / Kristóf Bodor
 
Mrs Török
Csilla Varga
 
Mr Török
Attila Orbán
 
Miss Ilonka
Csilla Albert
 
Török János
Loránd Farkas
 
Mr Pósalaky
Ervin Szűcs
 
Housekeeper
Réka Csutak
 
Police officer
András Buzási
 
Students
Boróka Benkő, Kincső Somogyi
And: Kolumbán Réka, Pásztor Kincső, Ábrahám Dóra, Somogyi Kincső, Mikó Henrietta, Sárosi Virág, Szász Csenge
directed by
László Béres
 
set design
Csaba Csíki
 
costume design
Andrea Ledenják
 
choreography
Melinda Jakab
 
correpetition
Zoltán Horváth
 
musical consultant
Csaba Kondrát
 
director's assistant
Emőke Veres
 
stage manager
Ágota Tatár
Date of the opening: január 14, 2017

The story of Be Faithful Unto Death is well-known to many people - who is not familiar with the package, the lost lottery ticket stub, the particular tragedy of little Misi. For me, Be Good is a motto, which we tend nowadays to use as a commonplace saying, not attributing an underlying content to it and thus not searching for its meaning. I believe to be good is equal to being honest, and to the efforts exerted in striving for honesty. In spite of the systems and expectations that surround us, it is always and forever important to remain ourselves. This story is about nothing else but staying true to one’s self.
László Béres