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On the basis of the play by Imre Madách

The Tragedy of Man 14

The Tragedy of Man

National Theatre, Budapest, Hungary

Director: Attila Vidnyánszky

In Hungarian with Hungarian translation (MITEM).

3 hours 40 minutes with 1 breaks.

Eve

Eszter Ács

Adam

Sándor Berettyán

Further Actors

Tamás Szalma m.v.

Also at the Rippl-Rónai Art Faculty of the University of Kaposvár II. year-old actor student:
Bocskai Virág, Dánielfy Gergely István, Gulyás Gabriella, Hege Veronika, Horváth Márk, Kárpáti Barnabás, Kecskés Alexisz, Kovács Vecei Fanni, Móczár Bence István, Pál Péter, Pertics Villő Virág, Posgai Márton, Sikó Koppány, Szeri Martin, Tar Dániel, Tary Patrícia, Urbán-Szabó Fanni

Stage designer

Bilozub Olekszandr

Costume designer

Imelda Jeremias Bianca

Dramaturge

Ernő Verebes

Choreographer

Yvette Bozsik

Stage manager

Gábor Dobos

István Géczy

Prompter

Anikó Sütő

Assistant director

Ákos Trimmel

Director

Attila Vidnyánszky

MS
Main Stage
5 May 2019, 18:00
Attila Vidnyánszky

Attila Vidnyánszky

Attila Vidnyánszky was born in 1964 in Berehove, Ukraine. He graduated from the College of Film and Theatre Arts in Kiev. He was the founding artistic director of the Hungarian National Theatre in Berehove. In 2004, he was appointed main director of the Hungarian State Opera House. In 2006, he was made the artistic director of the Csokonai Theatre in Debrecen, and in 2013 he became the director of the National Theatre in Budapest. In 1990-1997, he taught at the College of Film and Theatre Arts in Kiev, and at the moment he is the artistic deputy director and head of the acting department at the University of Kaposvár. Since 2008, he has served as the founding president of the Hungarian Theatre Society. He has worked in the Theatre of the National Academy in Kiev and in theatres in Slovakia, Serbia, Croatia, and Italy. His productions have been performed at prominent international festivals, such as the festivals in Toruń, the Moscow Theatre Olympics, Festival Passages, the International Alexandrinsky Theatre Festival, Nowruz, GogolFest, and the Festival de l’Imaginaire. He has won numerous awards, including the Meyerhold Award of the Meyerhold Centre in Moscow.

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Participating countries: Russia, Ukraine, Serbia, Lithuania, Germany, Kazakhstan, Denmark, Portugal, Czech Republic, France, Sweden, Slovakia