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F.M. Dosztojevszkij



Jókai Theatre in Komarno, Komarno, Slovakia

Director: Huba Martin

Performed in Hungarian with English Translation.

2 hours 40 minutes with 1 breaks.

In a wicked, hedonist, and greedy world, those who are honest and decent are stigmatized. Idiot – that is what they call Prince Myshkin, the protagonist of Dostoevsky’s world-famous novel. And although the prince is laughed at for his kindness and naivety, the Christ-like behavior characterizing his existence in this world bound to perish lends him a unique power. Can man still be redeemed? Dostoevsky asks this question. Can the love of Christ find its way in the labyrinth of debauchery? Or does it meet with nothing more than a sigh, sarcastic laughter, a dismissive wave of the hand? The Jókai Theater in Komarno premiered the theatrical adaptation of Dostoevsky’s The Idiot in December 2017. The director of the production, Huba Martin, keeps returning to the theater. This was the eighth time he returned to Komarno with his creative team of set designer Jozef Ciller, costume designer Peter Čanecký (joining the group after Milan Čorba’s death), and choreographer Juraj Letenay. In July 2018, The Idiot won the audience award at the 30th Hungarian Theater Festival in Kisvárda, and Jászai Mari Award-winner Éva Bandor won an award for best supporting actress for her role as Lizaveta Prokofyevna

Prince Lev Nikolayevich Myshkin: SZABÓ VIKTOR
Nastasya Filippovna Barashkova: HOLOCSY KATALIN
Parfyon Semyonovich Rogozhin: TÓTH TIBOR JÁSZAI MARI-DÍJAS
Afanasy Ivanovich Totcky: MOKOS ATTILA
General Ivan Fyodorovich Yepanchin: HORÁNYI LÁSZLÓ m.v.
Lizaveta Prokofyevna Yepanchina: BANDOR ÉVA JÁSZAI MARI-DÍJAS
Aglaya, her daughter: BÁRDOS JUDIT m.v.
Alexandra, her daughter: JÓKAI ÁGI m.v.
Gavril Ardalionovich Ivolgin (Ganya): TÓTH KÁROLY m.v.
General Ivan Fyodorovich Ivolgin, Ganya’s father: ROPOG JÓZSEF
Nína Alexándrovna Ivolgina, Ganya’s mother: HOLOCSY KRISZTINA
Varya: DRÁGA DIÁNA m.v.
Ferdyshchenko: CULKA OTTÓ
Yevgeny Pavlovich Radomsky: BÉHR MÁRTON e.h.
Darya Alekseyevna: BALASKÓ EDIT

Stage manager: Nagy László
Prompter: Leczkési Dóra
Sound technician: Görözdi Szilárd, Csicsó Tamás
Light technician: Rózsás Silvia, Tárnok Dávid
Hairdresser, makeup: Varga Boglárka
Prompter: Bajcsi Viktória


Huba Martin

Gobbi Hilda Stage
Huba Martin

Huba Martin

Martin Huba (born 16 July 1943 in Bratislava) is a Slovak actor and director on stage and in film. In 1964 he graduated from the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava (VŠMU). He joined the Východoslovenské štátne divadlo (Košice State Theater) in Košice. In 1967 he moved to the theater Divadlo na Korze in Bratislava, where he remained till its closure in 1971. Since 1976 he has been a member of the Slovak National Theatre (SND).

Selected stage performances - actor - 1995: Isidoro in Čertice by Carlo Goldoni, 1998: Bruscon in Der Theatermacher by Thomas Bernhard, Divadlo Na Zábradlí in Prague (received Alfréd Radok Award), 2004: Cyrano in Cyrano de Bergerac, SND, 2005: Johannes Rosmer in Rosmersholm, Mahenovo divadlo Brno (nominated for Alfréd Radok Award)
Selected stage performances - director - 1995: Anton Pavlovich Chekhov: The Cherry Orchard; SND, 1999: Agatha Christie: Desať malých černoškov alebo ...napokon už nezostal nik; Činohra SND, 2001: Tančiareň; SND (received Dosky Award), 2002: William Shakespeare: King Lear; Summer Shakespeare festival at Prague Castle, 2002: Ronald Harwood: The Dresser; Divadlo v Dlouhé in Prague, 2004: William Shakespeare: Romeo and Juliet; Summer Shakespeare Festival at Prague Castle, 2004: Juraj Beneš: The Players; SND, 2006: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: The Marriage of Figaro; SND

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