Well, it's a love story again – the spectator can sigh. This is not strange. As this work at that time was as boldly thinking about the social problems of his own age and his unsustainable conditions that he could not remain in memory other than a bitter sweet love story in which a beautiful millionaire girl, returning home from America, got round by a Hungarian gentry.
However, there are countless moral, ethical, economic, and emotional issues in this play. Yes, it is a love story, but it's not half-hearted, because in this work happy end is that there is no happy end. The whole giant lie, organized by an entire apparatus of acts in order to reach the goal.
Mikszáth's work reveals exactly the true personality of everybody. And however it is about love, and we may even cheer for the lovers in connection with the many complications, and we can sympathize with the gentry, ingenuity, liberality – it simply cannot be a happy ending. Because where this piece ends, female self-esteem begins somewhere.
Sándor László actor-designer-artistic director-department-teacher presidency member teacher-assistant-decoration designer
He was born on January 23, 1961 in Törökanizsa. In 1984 he graduated from the acting department of the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad, in the class of the director Mihály Virág.
He started his career at the Dramatic Society of Novi Sad Radio and became a member of the Novi Sad Theater. From 1991 he worked at the Szigliget Theater in Szolnok. Since 1996, he was a news reader on Serbian Radio and Television, and also an assistant at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad. In 1998 he was appointed Head of Department at the Novi Sad Academy of Arts, and at the same time until May 2002, the artistic director of the Novi Sad Theater. From July 4, 2002 he is the director of the Novi Sad Theater.
2000: 50. Vojvodina Professional Theaters Festival, István Örkény: Pisti in the Blood Short, Best Performance, Best Direction, and Society's Artistic Work Award
2001: 51. Vojvodina Professional Theaters Festival, Nikolai Erdman: Suicide, Best Performance Award
2006: Hungarian theaters across the border of Kisvárda XVIII. Festival, Brian Friel: Gentile Dance, Kisvárda City Audience Award
2011: The XVII. Short Drama Festival, György Spiró: Prah, Best Performance of Festival, Enikő Szász received the Best Actress Prize.