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Str. E. Isac. 26-28
Cluj Napoca
 
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Hungarian Theatre of Cluj, Cluj Napoca

Roménia
Str. E. Isac. 26-28
Cluj Napoca




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Introdução, Hungarian Theatre of Cluj

Looking for a venue in Cluj Napoca. Theater for rent in Cluj Napoca - find a theater in many countries and cities here in Romania. The Hungarian Theatre of Cluj was founded in 1792 and was the first Hungarian theatre company in Transylvania.  Transylvania is now part of modern day Romania, and the Hungarian Theatre of Cluj functions as a repertory theatre, entirely subsidized by the Romanian Ministry of Culture, Religious Affaire and National Cultural Heritage. Performances are presented in Hungarian, with simultaneous translation into Romanian or English usually available.

Dados, Hungarian Theatre of Cluj

The defining periods of the theatre were shaped by directors of international fame who are considered key figures of Hungarian and European theatre, including Gyula E. Kovács, the initiator of the Shakespeare-series, Jenő Janovics, founder of the first Hungarian film studio, and György Harag, a great Maestro of the theatre in Romania. In 1990 Gábor Tompa was appointed artistic director of the Hungarian Theatre of Cluj. Under his leadership, the theatre has continued Harag's tradition of innovation, based on a repertoire that includes classic masterpieces as well as contemporary plays. During the last 18 years the Hungarian Theatre of Cluj has aligned with the new trends of contemporary theatre and taken its place in the circuit of European theatres. This has been largely due to international co-productions and collaborations with world renowned professionals: directors such as Vlad Mugur, Silviu Purcărete, Andrei Şerban, Mihai Măniuţiu, Victor Ioan Frunză, David Zinder, Dragoş Galgoţiu, Patrick Le Mauff, and Elie Malka; set and costume designers such as Andrei Both, Doina Levintza, Lia Manţoc, and Helmut Stürmer; and composers such as Vasile Şirli and Iosif Herţea.

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