26. 05. 2021


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 collage-performance (In)visible, staged by Leta Popescu, will be presented on June 3, at 7 pm, in the Studio Hall.

The production included works by such contemporary Hungarian and Romanian authors, as: Dan Sociu, Andrei Doboş, Alexandra Pâzgu, Vlad Moldovan, Stelian Müller, V. Leac, Ionuţ Chiva,  V. Leac, Ionuţ Chiva, Balázs Szálinger, Elena Vlădăreanu, Ferenc André, István Domonkos, Katalin Ladik, Benji Horváth, Alexa Băcanu, Petro Ionescu and Raul Coldea.

Following its end of May premiere, the musical Animal Farm, directed by Zoltán Puskás, will be presented three more times in the season. George Orwell’s novel was adapted to the stage by Róbert Lénárd, while its music was composed by Ervin Erős and Dávid Klemm.

Published in 1945, George Orwell's satirical novel Animal farm is in fact an allegory and a critique of the Stalinist Soviet Union, and in a broader context, it explores how an initially beautiful and noble idea can degenerate into a total dictatorship.

The performances will take place on June 4, 20, and 25, at 7 pm, in the theatre’s Main Hall.

Directed by Árpád Árkosi, András Visky’s documentary-play Porno – The Story of My Wife will be presented on June 5 and June 24, at 7 pm, in the Studio Hall.

Botond Nagy’s staging of A Doll’s House will take place on June 10, 19, and 27, at 7 pm, in the theatre’s Studio Hall.

György Dragomán’s drama Galoshes will be showcased in the Studio Hall on June 17 and 26, at 7 pm. Directed by András Visky, the production will feature Eszter Román in the role of Annamari, while Zsolt Gedő will portray the role of Barta.  

Tickets for performances held in June can be purchased at the theatre’s ticket office (weekdays between 10 am and 2 pm) and online at www.biletmaster.ro.