ACTING WORKS

Ferid Ed Din Attar - Jean-Claude Carriere – Judit Fecskés: The Conference of the Birds
(trans.: Judit Fecskés)
– Bird Coco, The Parrot, The Peacock, The Hermit
Premiere: Days of Luggio, Dunaszekcső, Hungary, 2019
Devised theatre piece cordinated by: Balázs Simon
Masks: Stefano Perocco
PHOTOS

William Shakespeare: Richárd III
– Dorset, Catesby, Tyrell, Prince of Wales
National Theatre of Tîrgu-Mureș, Tîrgu-Mureș (Romania), 2018.
Directed by: Marcel Bélai
PHOTOS

William Shakespeare: Measure for Measure
(trans.: Ádám Nádasdy) – Angelo
Yorik Studio, Tîrgu-Mureș (Romania), 2018.
Directed by: Anita Bilibok
PHOTOS

Based on the diary of Miklós Gábor: The Naked Looseness of the Spirit– one-person show
National Theatre of Tîrgu-Mureș, Tîrgu-Mureș (Romania), 2018.
Directed by: Áron Beczásy
Performed also at the National Theatre of Miskolc, Miskolc (Hungary), 2018.
PHOTOS

Tadashi Suzuki: Greetings from the Edge of the Earth – Choir member
Suzuki Company of Toga, Toga Art Park (Japan), 2017.
Directed by: Tadashi Suzuki
PHOTOS

János Arany: Gypsies of Nagyida – Gerendi, Diridongó, a German soldier
Castle Theatre of Gyula, Gyula (Hungary), 2017.
Directed by: Áron Beczásy
REVIEW
PHOTOS

Molière: The Misanthrope (trans.: György Petry) – Clitandre
Company of Lóránt András, Tîrgu-Mureș (Romania), 2017.
Directed by: Áron Beczásy
PHOTOS

Maurice Maeterlinck: Blue Bird (trans.: István Vas) – Tylo, Daddy Tyl, Gaffer
International Suzuki Company of Toga, Toga Art Park (Japan), 2017.
Directed by: Sebastian Mattia
VIDEO
PHOTOS

András Vinnai: The Second Part of Something – Ignác, Owner
Studio Theatre, Tîrgu-Mureș (Romania), 2017.
Directed by: Attila Keresztes
Performed also at the:
Katona József Theater, Kecskemét (Hungary), 2017.
Hungarian Theatre Festival of Kisvárda (Hungary), 2017.
PHOTOS

Revealhimself – devised theatre production
Studio Theatre, Tîrgu-Mureș (Romania), 2016.
Directed by: Péter Forgács
Performed also at
After Tomorrow Festival, Oradea (Romania), 2017.
ZAKO Festival, Zalaegyerszeg (Hungary), 2017.
SZFE Ódry Theatre, Budapest (Hungary), 2017.
REVIEW
PHOTOS

Tadashi Suzuki: Greetings from the Edge of the Earth – Choir member
Suzuki Company of Toga, Toga (Japan), 2016.
Directed by: Tadashi Suzuki
PHOTOS

Tolerance – devised theatre production:
Bad Rabbits Company, Vilnius (Lithuania), 2015.
Directed by: Agnius Jankevičius

Euripides: Medeia (trans.: Zsuzsa Rakovszky) – Creon
Jurányi Incubator House, S-Group, Budapest (Hungary), 2015.
Directed by: Sára Oláh-Horváth
PHOTOS

Pray After War – dance performance
Maros Folk Dance Ensemble, Tîrgu-Mureș (Romania), 2015.
Choreographed and directed by: János Varga
PHOTOS

William Shakespeare: Hamlet – Ghost, Actor
360 Degree Theatre (Romania), 2015.
Directed by: Botond Nagy

Samuel Beckett: Waiting for Godot (trans.: Emil Kolozsvári Grandpierre) – Vladimir
pulzArt Festival, Sfântu-Gheorge (Romania), 2014.
Directed by: Botond Nagy

Jacques Offenbach: Tales of Hoffmann (trans.: Ernő Vincze) – Hoffmann
No.74 Theatre, Tîrgu-Mureș (Romania), 2013.
Directed by: Márta Vargyas
Performed also at Sibiu, 2014.

Dániel Varró: Beyond the Smudgy Mountain – Monster of the Ink
National Theatre of Tîrgu-Mureș, Tîrgu-Mureș (Romania), 2013.
Directed by: Attila Keresztes

Anna Vécsei: Resonance – physical theatre performance
Anthropological Theatre Workshop, Budapest (Hungary), 2012.
Directed by: Sebastián Cortés
PHOTOS

Trevor Griffiths: Comedians (trans.: István Bart) – Sammy Samuels
Pesti Magyar Theatre, Budapest (Hungary), 2012.
Directed by: Péter Végh

William Shakespeare: Romeo and Juliet – Variations on a Theme (trans.: several translators)
Pesti Magyar Theatre, Budapest (Hungary), 2012.
Directed by: Dénes Kovács Gábor

György Szomor and Tibor Miklós: Robin Hood Musical – Monk
RaM Colosseum, Budapest (Hungary), 2011.
Directed by: György Szomor

Horváth, Böhm and Korcsmáros: Somewhere in Europe (musical) – stunt and extra
Szeged Open Air Festival, Szeged (Hungary), 2011.
Directed by: Attila Béres

Georges Feydeau: The Girls from Maxim’s (trans.: Izor Béldi) – Chamerot
Pesti Magyar Theatre, Budapest (Hungary), 2011.
Directed by: Eszter Novák

John Ford: ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore (trans.: István Vas) – extra
Pesti Magyar Theatre, Budapest (Hungary), 2010.
Directed by: Gábor Koltai M.

Gábor Görgey: Yellow Press
Újpest Theatre, Budapest (Hungary), 2007.
Directed by: Gábor Görgey

“I hate the word 'production'...it's a ceremony, it's a ritual...you should go out of the theatre stronger and more human than when you went in.”

Ariane Mnouchkine

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