Târgu-Mureş, 1940

Ferenc Boér

Place and Date of Birth: Târgu-Mureş, April 23, 1940


1956-1960 Szentgyörgyi István Faculty for Theatre Arts – Targu-Mures

1960-1982 North Theatre in Satu-Mare

1982-1990 National Theatre of Targu-Mures

since January 1st, 1990- actor at the Hungarian Theater of Cluj



Important parts played at the Hungarian Theatre of Cluj:

EMMI'S HOUSBAND
- Bertolt Brecht: A Respectable Wedding, directed by Anca Bradu
SAUNDERS - Ken Ludwig: Lend Me a Tenor, directed by Peter Bokor
GIPSY-WAIDABlack Eyed Roses, directed by Alan Lyddiard (United Kingdom)
OLD WERLE – H. Ibsen: The Wild Duck, directed by Keresztes Attila
FATHER JACQUES – E. Ionesco: Jacques or Obedience, directed by Tompa Gábor
GUEST – Spiró György: Quartet, directed by Kövesdy István
ROBBIE ROSS – T. Wertenbaker: Who Needs Thetre?, directed by Bokor Péter
J. J. PEACHUM – Bertholt Brecht-Kurt Weil: The Threepenny Opera, directed by Kövesdy István
STEPHANO – W. Shakespeare: The Tempest, directed by Dragoş Galgoţiu
NESTOR – W. Shakespeare: Troilus and Cressida, directed by Tompa Gábor
LUCIFER – Madách Imre: The Tragedy of Man, directed by Csiszár Imre
VICTOR-EMANUEL CHANDEBISE, POCHE – Feydeau: Flea in Her Ear, directed by Kövesdy István
VARGÁNYAI GUSZTÁV – Parti Nagy Lajos: Ibusár, directed by Kövesdy István
PRINCE HIMALAY – W. Gombrowicz: Operetta, directed by Tompa Gábor
AEGON – W. Shakespeare: The Comedy of Errors, directed by Kövesdy István
MALVOLIO – W. Shakespeare: Twelfth Night, directed by Victor Ioan Frunză
MARQUIS DEVCHARRON – M. Bulgakov: The Intrigue of the Hypocrites, directed by Tompa Gábor
GUILDENSTERN – Tom Stoppard: Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are dead, directed by Kövesdy István
ACHMED – Székely János: Moors, directed by Tompa Gábor
KAZINSKI – Spiró György: The Impostor, directed by Árkosi Árpád
CARILLO ALFONZ – Márton László: The Ambitious, directed by Parászka Miklós
VACKOR – W. Shakespeare: A Midsummer Night's Dream, directed by Tompa Gábor
MAIR – J. Svarc: The Dragon, directed by Bocsárdi László
MR. SMITH – E. Ionesco: The Bald Prima Donna, directed by Tompa Gábor
SIMON BÁN – Katona József: Bánk bán, directed by Árkosi Árpád
TOUCHSTONE – W. Shakespeare: As You Like It, directed by Tompa Gábor
DR. CSAPLÁROS KÁROLY – Heltai Jenõ: Naphtalene, directed by Tompa Gábor
JOSEPH VALLET – Müller Péter: Unmitigated Truth, directed by Parászka Miklós
PETRONIUS – Székely János: The Governer of Caligula, directed by Tompa Gábor

Independent recitals:

Me, József Attila, I'm Here! – József Attila memorial recital
Who Saw Me? – from Ady Endre's poems
At Nervecord – Bartók Béla memorial evening

Awards:

Szentgyörgyi István-prize, 2007
Cultural Order of the Romanian Ministry of Culture and Religious Affairs, 2004
Nationality Theatre's Colloquium, Sfantu-Gheorhe, 1992
Best Male Actor Award (Mr. Smith – Ionesco: The Bald Prima Donna)
Castle Theatre of Gyula's Award, 1997 (Lucifer – Madách I.: The Tragedy of Man)
EMKE Award

Parts at the Hungarian Theatre of Cluj:

2005/2006

Filippo - Matei Vişniec: Old Clown Wanted, directed by Attila Keresztes
Her Husband - Bertolt Brecht: A Respectable Wedding, directed by Anca Bradu
Saunders, Maggie's father, general manager of the Cleveland Grand Opera Company - Ken Ludwig: Lend Me a Tenor, directed by Peter Bokor

2004/2005

Bulibasha - Compiled from gipsy stories by Alan Lyddiard and Kinga Kelemen: Black Eyed Roses, directed by Alan Lyddiard

2003/2004

Werle, a businessman - Henrik Ibsen: The Wild Duck, directed by Attila Keresztes
Jacques, his father - Eugene Ionesco: Jacques or The Submission, directed by Gábor Tompa