Cluj, 1974

Melinda Kántor

Place and date of birth: Cluj, July 12, 1974

1992 – 1996 – Babeş-Bolyai University - Cluj, Faculty of Letters, Theatre Department, Leading professors: Csíky András, Spolarics Andrea

Since 1996 - permanent member of the Hungarian Theatre of Cluj.


Current parts


Anne-Marie - Henrik Ibsen: A Doll's House, directed by Botond Nagy
Other parts, Bodyguards to the Prince of Morocco - William Shakespeare: The Merchant of Venice, directed by Gábor Tompa


- The Blind, directed by Botond Nagy
- Homemade, directed by Márta Vargyas


Lucius - William Shakespeare: Julius Caesar, directed by Silviu Purcărete


Fourth Councilor - Georg Büchner: Leonce and Lena, directed by Gábor Tompa

Parts at the Hungarian Theatre of Cluj:


With - Under Construction, directed by Krisztina Sipos


Viola - Zsigmond Móricz – Tibor Kocsák – Tibor Miklós: Be Faithful Unto Death, directed by László Béres


Second woman, Second child - Service Area or They're All Doing It, directed by István Kövesdy
Margaret - August Strindberg: The Pelican, directed by Felix Alexa
Budweiser Ünög, Csapcsöpp's Voice - Pál Békés: The Lubberly Wizzard, directed by László Béres


Six Shadows - Evgeny Shvarts: The Shadow, directed by Niky Wolcz
Chil - László Dés – Péter Geszti – Pál Békés: The Jungle Book, directed by Zoltán Puskás
Boris, chambermaid - Csokonai Vitéz Mihály: The Widow of Mr. Karnyó and the Two Rascals, directed by Attila Keresztes
Moby, the seventh housband - Friedrich Dürrenmatt: The Visit, directed by Gábor Tompa
Léonie - Georges Feydeau – M. Desvallières: The Lovers of Loches, directed by Alexandru Dabija


Stage directions - Péter Esterházy: Én vagyok a te [I Am You], directed by András Visky
Gizi - László Szabédi: Husband Career, directed by András Hatházi
Shy Death - Johannes von Tepl: Death and the Ploughman, directed by Mihai Măniuțiu


Nurse, Dorothea Moser, Jörg-Lukas - Friedrich Dürrenmatt: The Physicists, directed by Lori Petermann


Ariel - Charles Mee: A Perfect Wedding, directed by Karin Coonrod


Doktor Zirzurr, Kiscsillag, Virág - Ervin Lázár: The Four-square Round Forest, directed by István Albu
Drusilla - Albert Camus: Caligula, directed by Mihai Măniuţiu
Sophie - N. V. Gogol: Diary of a Madman, directed by Tom Dugdale
Athenian Woman - Aristophanes: Lysistrata or The City of Women, directed by Dominique Serrand


CHORUS - Péter Bornemisza: Hungarian Electra, directed by Lehel Salat


Poppy Norton-Taylor - Michael Frayn: Noises Off, directed by Peter Bokor
Fool - William Shakespeare: Richard III, directed by Gábor Tompa


Hannah - Danilo Kiš: A Tomb for Boris Davidovich, directed by Robert Raponja
Princess - Thomas Bernhard: The Hunting Party, directed by Dragoş Galgoţiu
Sister in law II - Giacomo Puccini: Gianni Schicchi, directed by Silviu Purcărete


Rugby, Servant to Caius - William Shakespeare: The Merry Wives of Windsor, directed by Attila Keresztes
Daughters of Jerusalem - Song of Songs, directed by Mihai Măniuţiu
Sparrow-legged Elefant - Dániel Varró - Gábor Presser: Beyond the Smudgy Mountain, directed by Attila Keresztes


Figure-in-Bag - Euripides: The Bacchae, directed by David Zinder


Gnese - Carlo Goldoni: The Little Square, directed by Mona Chirilă
Agamiţă Dandanache - I.L. Caragiale: The Lost Letter, directed by Gábor Tompa


Ersilia Drei - Luigi Pirandello: Clothing the Naked, directed by László Bocsárdi


Miţa Baston - I. L. Caragiale: Carnival Adventures, directed by Mona Chirilă


Gittel - After S. Anski: White Fire, Black Fire (DYBBUK), directed by David Zinder
2001/2002 season
GITTEL – after Anski: White Fire/Black Fire (Dybbuk), directed by David Zinder (Izrael)
4th WOMAN– PEARLLIPS, THE WOMAN WITH SCORPIONSNights from One Thousand and One, directed by Mona Chirilă
2000/2001 season
BRIDE – F. G. Lorca: Blood Wedding, directed by Mona Chirilă
DINA – Luigi Pirandello: Right You Are (If You Think You Are), directed by Vlad Mugur
1999/2000 season
AGAFIA TIHONOVNA – Gogol: Marriage, directed by Mona Chirilă
1998/1999 season
NORINE – E. Labiche: The Lourcine Street Affaire, directed by Vlad Mugur
1997/1998 season
DUNIASHA – A. P. Chekhov: The Cherry Orchard, directed by Vlad Mugur