Indian Chorus Repertory Theatre cancels

According to the National Theatre of Hungary, the Chorus Repertory Theatre of India will not be able to hold its guest performances rescheduled from the original date to 6-7 June, and has therefore been cancelled from the MITEM programme.

The floods in the Manipur region did not spare the Chorus Repertory Theatre’s headquarters, and the company was unable to make arrangements for its European tour in time. Tickets can be redeemed in person at the box office of the National Theatre of Hungary until 16 June. Online tickets buyers will be refunded within a few days.

From the synopsis:

Macbeth: the name of a disease, a dangerous epidemic. The characteristic symptoms of the disease are unbridled lust, greed, violent behaviour. These symptoms are difficult to diagnose because they germinate in the recesses of the corrupt, diseased mind rather than on the surface. The disease breeds and progresses in a secret and dangerous, intricate conspiracy of incitement. Eventually it will take root and lead to the violent destruction of humanity. The literary, artistic, scientific and religious measures taken to eradicate this dangerous disease have so far failed to penetrate the mind, which is the focus of the disease. Macbeth is the ugliest manifestation of the human gender in the world today.

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