A 10. Színházi Olimpia záróeseménye

Watch the video of celebratory closing event of the 10th Theatre Olympics

This year’s largest theatre festival in Europe closed at the end of June with a festive event at the Margaret Island Open-Air Stage. Participants, contributors, organisers, the theatre profession, and the audience celebrated the three months during which Hungary has become a centre of world theatre. Here is our video report of the stage performances and the following Midsummer Night’s Eve event!

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We continue our series of reports on the Madách Project. The following is the testimony of Bianca Temneanu, who is doing her Masters in stage directing at the I. L. Caragiale University of Theatre and Film Arts, who, together with two colleagues, staged three scenes of The Tragedy of Man and participated in the artistic process in Hungary.
One of the highlights of the 10th Theatre Olympics was the Madách Project 2023, a program based on the idea of Attila Vidnyánszky, organised by the University of Theatre and Film Arts in Budapest. Student director George Zamfir wrote to színház.org about his experience of creating the performance.
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Attila, one of Verdi’s early opera scores that focus on heroic figures in history, was presented in the Margit Island Theatre on August 12, the second operatic treat, presented at the Eiffel Art Studios on August 22, was Karol Szymanowsky’s King Roger. This opera was one of hundreds of events included in the 2023 Theatre Olympics.