Henrik Ibsen’s drama A Doll’s House, directed by Botond Nagy, will be included in the VII. Madách International Theater Meeting (MITEM) in Budapest. The performance will take place on Tuesday, September 28, at 7 pm, on the Gobbi Hilda Stage of the National Theatre. Last year, A Doll’s House participated in the competition of the XXXIIIth Kisvárda Festival of Hungarian Theatres, where Botond Nagy won the award for Best director (ex aequo) from the Ministry of Human Resources.
"In productions of Nóra [A Doll’s House], they usually furnish a cozy home in which one might even live lovingly and comfortably. They did this at Vígszínház, or more recently, at the Katona. However, in this fairly poignant production by the Hungarian Theatre of Cluj, set designer Rancz András has opted to restrict even the studio stage. He creates a transparent, Perspex nook for the characters, which signifies literally as well as symbolically the restricted space and oppressive atmosphere in which they must dwell. […] Botond Nagy has directed this significant production imaginatively and with striking originality.” – wrote Gábor Bóta in his review published in Kisvárdai Lapok.
Visual designer: András Rancz and Carmencita Brojboiu, who is also the costume designer; playwright: Ágnes Kali. Music and sound designer: Bence Kónya-Ütő; light designer: Romeo Groza; digital graphics: Szidónia Szederjesi; stage movement: Kinga Ötvös.