Not only those young people who want to get into the University of Dramatic Arts apply for acting training, sometimes it happens that people interested in the course also take the course for other reasons. For example, three ladies: a former civil servant, an insurance agent and a translator. Their goal is not an admission, but to be able to solve their problems with their neighbors, partners, or simply with men...
At one point, however, the final exam – the Romeo and Juliet balcony scene – turned into a rampant grotesque. Personal stories, conflicts in relationships, disappointments in love, or even disillusionment with politics lead to comical, sometimes tragicomic scenes, which, seasoned with cabaret songs, turn into a cocktail of humor, suffering and liberating laughter.
András Nagy was born in Fiľakovo, Slovakia, on February 11, 1973. As the student of The High School. he started acting at the local Bag Theatre (Zsák Színház). From 1991 she starred at the Thália Theatre in Košice. From 1993 he was a student at the Bratislava Academy of Dramatic Arts, he studied in Slovak. During the study he spent a semester at the Academy of Dramatic Arts in Budapest.
In 1996, he became a member of the ensemble of the Géza Gárdonyi Theater in Eger, where he played countless significant roles. He won the award as the most popular actor in Eger several times. He is one of the founding members of the Budapest-based Vertigo Slovak Theatre, he joined theatre in 2003. In addition to acting, he is also engaged in teaching and directing.