The world-famous musical Fiddler on the Roof is about the life of a Jewish family, directed by external constraints and inner desires, in a turbulent historical time, but most of all about the changing world and values that are eternal, about the meaning of humanity, family, faith, community, and solidarity.
Starting with the Main Hall performance scheduled for May 30, the character of Motel Kamzoil will be performed by Tamás Kiss, while the role of Bjelke will be portrayed by Eszter Román. The actors portraying the Jewish community will include also Zsolt Gedő and guest artist Edina Fodor. Directed by László Béres, the production will take place on June 2, 11, and 18, in the theatre’s Main Hall, at 7 pm.
The Hungarian Theatre of Cluj will mark Hungarian Poetry day with the works of 33 contemporary Transylvanian poets.
The actors of our company will recite the poems of Ferenc André, Imre József Balázs, Zsófia Balla, Péter Demény, Emese Egyed, Éva Farkas Wellmann, Vince Fekete, István Ferenczes, Benji Horváth, Laura Iancu, Károly Jánk, Ágnes Kali, Zsolt Karácsonyi, Ferenc Kenéz, Imola Kézdi, Farkas Király, László Király, Zoltán Király, AndrásFerenc Kovács, Robert Laczkó Vass, Orsolya Láng, Noémi László, László Lövétei Lázár, Béla Markó, Attila Nagy, Botond Noszlopi, Attila Zsolt Papp, Miriám Sánta, Zalán Serestély, László Szűcs, Gábor Tompa, Melinda Varga and András Visky.
Since 1964, Hungarian Poetry Day has been celebrated on April 11, on the birthday of Attila József.
The event will take place online on the company’s Facebook page on Sunday, April 11.