Six days of confrontations with ourselves and the world at the Tamási Áron Theatre

Six days of confrontations with ourselves and the world at the Tamási Áron Theatre

At all times, including and especially today, one of the words that run throughout the world is confrontation. In other words, we live in a world that is spoken of in terms of continuous and endless confrontation. Unfortunately, the word confrontation is used in contexts where the negative connotation of the term predominates, that of conflict, humiliation and the destruction of those who are different – different in words, deeds, mentalities, identities. But confrontation also has positive connotations, everything that matters in a person’s life and in this world – from the smallest joy to the great wonders of the world – is born out of confrontation with ourselves, with our limits and confrontation with difference/different opinion. Theatre is par excellence a space of encounter and confrontation with the world in all its diversity. A confrontation that is identified with the search for truth and that helps us see and understand what we could not see and understand on our own. From 12-17 October, the Tamási Áron Theatre offers the audience a confrontation with the world in 6 performances, gathered in a micro-season.

Thursday, October 12th, at 7 pm, Dievoushka, by Béla Pintér, directed by Máté Hegymegi, is a performance that offers us a confrontation with one of the most dramatic moments in Hungarian history, taking us back to the middle of the Second World War, in 1942.

On Friday, 13th October at 7pm, Oxygen by Ivan Vyrypaev, directed by Tibor Pálffy, is a miraculous concert-show that blurs the boundaries between music, theatre and film.

On Saturday, 14th October at 7pm,, directed by Pál Frenák, an M Studio production – is an original take on the classic Shakespearean tragedy, which confronts us with a story of how man becomes a puppet, alienated from his community, his partner and ultimately himself.

On Sunday, 15th October at 7pm, Sunflower by Andrea Pass, directed by Radu Afrim, is a confrontation with our everyday madness: the madness of believing that family is the place where light, warmth and love are always at home.

On Monday, 16th October at 7pm, Nexus, choreographer Andreea Vălean’s dissertation performance, a confrontation with the depths of the human being. A production of the I.L. Caragiale National University of Theatre and Film in Bucharest, presented in Sfântu Gheorghe as part of the DbutanT Festival, a project of the Andrei Mureșanu Theatre.

Tuesday 17th October at 8pm, The Iranian Conference by Ivan Vyrypaev, directed by László Bocsárdi – a performance that opens a debate on themes such as freedom, faith in God and the pursuit of happiness, bringing the audience face to face with diverse and contradictory approaches to social, political and ethical issues that trouble the contemporary world.

Tickets for the performances of the micro-season can be purchased at the Box Office in Sfântu Gheorghe.