We close this year with a premiere of Ray Cooney’s Funny Money in the direction of Zalán Zakariás. It is about dreams fulfilment, about the hope of beginning a new life and about how people react to once in a lifetime chances….


The Tamási Áron Theatre says goodbye with great sorrow in their heart to actor Mihály Kőmíves, who died at the age of 74. Mihály Kőmíves was born in 1942 , in Arad, and after finishing the University of Arts in Targu Mures,…


One year ago a concert was held by Zsuzsa Gajzágó, actor at the Tamási Áron Theatre, in the memory of Tamás Cseh’s work. This year, as a sequel Zsuzsa Gajzágó, together with Barna Simó Lakatos, Dávid Katona and Zsófia Ráduly invoke the…


On 12th November 2016 Igor Bauersima’s norway.today will be presented at the Chamber Hall of the Tamási Áron Theatre. István Kövesdy, the director of the performance considers this play shrewd and complicated, simple and witty, reflective and moving at the same time….


On the 24th of October the Tamási Áron Theatre began the rehearsals of Ray Cooney’s Funny Money, in the direction of Zalán Zakariás, the premiere of which will be held on New Year’s Eve. Further Information


Moliére’s The Miser will be the opening performance of the 8th edition of the Interethnic Theatre Festival in Satu Mare. The travelling biennial festival is the showcase of the Romanian minority theatres. Beside the Hungarian theatres from Transilvania, the German Theatre from…


Due to the successful tender, published by the Covasna County Council, the Tamási Áron Theatre is able to bring its 273 theatre goers with season tickets to the performance entitled Zongota, directed by Sardar Tagirovsky. One of the major goals of the…


Ferenc Molnár’s Liliom, directed by László Bocsárdi captures the most essential human emotions and instinctive actions. The characters are pressed by the inertness thus making their feeling of lovelessness, their loneliness more unbearable. For the first time in the season 2016/2017 Liliom…


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