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William Shakespeare

Twelfth Night, or What you Will

Twelfth Night, or What you Will

Tamási Áron Theatre, St. Gheorge, Romanian

Director: László Bocsárdi

Hungarian with original English subtitles

3 hours with 1 breaks.

Twelfth Night is the last of Shakespeare’s comedies, and arguably a synthesis of the many things the bard had tried in his earlier comedies and brought to the stage to the delight of his audiences. The play deals with remarkably complex human relationships, including the relationships between siblings, ruler and servant, friends, and, most importantly, lovers. Thus it breaks the traditional framework of a so-called comedy. The line between the light-hearted, liberating, mirthful comedy and the sublime tragedy is so thin at times that Shakespeare offers considerable room for interpretation in both clefs. In his production of Hamlet, László Bocsárdi strove to find a language of theater with which to express the state of a world “out of joint” and our relationship to the tragic worldview. In Twelfth Night, he continues this search.

The production was created with the generous support of the National Cultural Fund of Hungary.

 

Színészek/actors: MÁTRAY László, KOVÁCS Kati, DERZSI Dezső, FEKETE LOVAS Zsolt, SZALMA Hajnalka, GAJZÁGÓ Zsuzsa, DIÓSZEGI Attila, ERDEI Gábor, PÁLFFY Tibor, NEMES Levente,  NAGY Alfréd, FEKETE LOVAS Zsolt, MOLNÁR Tibor, FARKAS Csaba, GECSE László, ORBÁN István

 

Díszlettervező/Set designer: BARTHA József Jelmez/Costumes: Adriana Grand Dramaturg/Dramaturge: UNGVÁRI-ZRÍNYI Ildikó Fordító/Translation: NÁDASDY Ádám Zeneszerző/Composer: BOROS Csaba Súgó: GAZDA Szende Ügyelő: V. BARTHA Edit Zenész/Musician: SIMÓ LAKATOS Barna A rendező munkatársa/Assistant of director: BENEDEK Zsolt Produkciós vezető/Production manager: DÁLNAKI Csanád

 

Director

László Bocsárdi

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László Bocsárdi

László Bocsárdi

László Bocsárdi studied at the Traian Vuia Institute of Technology in Temesvár (Timișoara). After graduation he moved to Gyergyószentmiklós (Gheorgheni). He was the founder and director of The Figura Laboratory Theatre in Gyergyószentmiklós, “the seventh theatre of Transylvania”, between 1984 and 1989. He was the artistic director of the Theatre between 1990 and 1994. He has received his diploma in directing in 1995 at the University of Arts, Marosvásárhely (Târgu-Mureș) as a student of Gábor Tompa. He has been the artistic director of Tamási Áron Theatre, Sepsiszentgyörgy (Sfântu Gheorghe) since 1995, and general director since 2005.

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