Repertoire

 

'84

Studio
George Orwell 1984 című regénye alapján írta: Mikó Csaba
 

A Dohány utcai seriff

Studio
FÜGE Produkció
 

A krétakör

ÖrkényKÖZtér
 

A lélek legszebb éjszakája

Studio
Based on the writings of Sándor Jászberényi
Adaptation by: Ármin Szabó-Székely
 

A Sötétben Látó Tündér

Stage
Fairy tale
With motifs of Hungarian folk tales
Racine

ANDROMAKHÉ

Studio
Orestes Loves Hermione, Who Loves Pyrrhus, Who Loves Andromache, Who Loves Hector, Who is Dead
Stage version by Barbara Ari-Nagy, Ildikó Gáspár, and Péter Závada
 

Anyám tyúkja (1.)

Stage
Required poems of Hungarian literature
Selected by Szabolcs Várady; Edited by Pál Mácsai
Sylvia Plath

Az üvegbúra

Studio
Adaptation by Csaba Mikó
 

Azt meséld el, Pista!

Stage
István Örkény about his own life
Edited from the texts of the author by Géza Bereményi and Pál Mácsai
ÖrkényKÖZ

Cím nélkül

Studio
Mentőcsónak Egység – STEREO Akt
hajlék-kaland-játék
Zoltán Czigány

Csoda és Kósza

Stage
A performance for children and young people from age 7 till 15. We recommend this performance for elementary school pupils.
Arthur Miller

Death of a salesman

Stage
Conversations in two parts with requiem
Translated by Kornél Hamvai
Dezső Kosztolányi

Édes Anna

Stage
Stage version by Bence Bíró
 

Kertész utcai Shaxpeare-mosó

Stage
An adaptation by Péter Závada based on William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet and the improvisation of the Company
Pierre Notte

Két néni, ha megindul

Lobby
Translated by Yvette Jankó Szép and Judit Ágnes Kiss
William Shakespeare

Macbeth

Studio
Translated by Lőrinc Szabó, Károly Szász and Géza Kállay
István Örkény

Macskajáték

Stage
A tragicomedy in two acts
Adapted from the author's novel and play of the same title by Ildikó Gáspár
 

Nézzünk bizakodva a jövőbe!

Stage
felolvasás Örkény István egyperces novelláiból
 

Secondhand

Stage
Szovjetűdök
Molière

Tartuffe

Stage
Free translation by Lajos Parti Nagy
István Örkény

Tóték

Stage
A tragicomedy in two acts
Based on the short novel of the author, the play was edited and the songs were selected by Ildikó Gáspár.
 

Winterreise

Studio
musical monologue based on Franz Schubert's song cycle setting poems by Wilhelm Müller
in german with hungarian subtitles