Our theatre has started the rehearsals of Bertolt Brecht’s The Threepenny Opera. The co-production of the Szeged Open-Air Festival and the Tamási Áron Theatre is considered our most extensive production of recent years. Brecht’s expressionist play with its amoral heroes and dark…


Radu Afrim’s A Chance Child is Telling a Story in Front of a Blue Blackground will be presented at the 19th edition of POSZT, the National Theatre Festival in Pécs. Afrim reinterprets Ferenc Molnár’s The Glass Slipper in a fictive, contemporary reality. The…


Our theatre presents The Barbarians based on Zsigmond Móricz’s two short stories, The Barbarians and The Last Outlaw on the 30th of May at 7 pm. The play is directed by Máté Hegymegi, one of the most promising young Hungarian directors of…


The company of the Tamási Áron Theatre has started the rehearsals of The Barbarians directed by Máté Hegymegi, one of the most promising young Hungarian directors of our days. Zsigmond Móricz used a true story when writing his short story entitled The Barbarians….


Carlos Celdrán, Cuba Before my awakening to theater, my masters were already there. They had built their lodges and poetics on the vestiges of their own lives. Many of them remain unknown or rarely visit our memories: they have worked in secret,…


Since 1962 World Theatre Day has been celebrated by theatre professionals and theatre lovers all over the world on 27th of March. This day is a celebration for those who value the importance of theatre. Each year an outstanding theatre figure is…