Csaba Polgár / HOPPart Company



ca. 100 min

An adaptation of Shakespeare’s “Coriolanus,” set in Hungary after the fall of communism. How can democracy succeed in a post-socialistsociety? How cynical do the promises of the future from that time sound today? The HOPPart Company was one of the first classes for music and acting at the University of Theatre and Film in Budapest. Their Korijolánusz was awarded best independent production of the year by the Association of Theatre Critics in 2011.              Part of "Leaving is not an option? – Current artistic positions from Hungary"

Production: HOPPart Company

Supported by MU Theater, FÜGE Productions, Ministry of Human Resources of Hungary, MasterCard, Budapest Bank 


with: Imre Baksa, Richárd Barabás, Gergely Bánki, Diána Drága, Zoltán Friedenthál, Tamás Herczeg, Tamás Keresztény, Diána Magdolna Kiss, Zsolt Máthé, Katalin Szilágyi, Nóra Diána Takács, Sándor Terhes / Direction: Csaba Polgár / Text: Ildikó Gáspár, Gergely Bánki / Light and sound: János Rembeczki / Stage and costume design: Lili Izsák / Musical direction: Tamás Matkó


  • Past
    Sun 9.3.2014, 17:00 / HAU1
    Mon 10.3.2014, 18:00 / HAU1


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