The main source of income for a small Norwegian town and the key to many people’s livelihoods is the local medicinal water. However, the mayor’s brother, Dr. Stockmann, discovers that those people who wish to recover are at serious risk of infection, because the waters of the healing springs are poisoned.
Faced with a distortion of power, the doctor is ready for a social action. With his family on his side, he sets out to make the miracle that redeems everything come true.
Hungarian stage director from Romania, studied in Cluj-Napoca at the Babeș-Bolyai University, Faculty of Theatre and Film. After finishing his studies in 1996, became member of the Hungarian Theatre of Cluj for ten years.
In the beginning of 2002 he was appointed as artistic director of the institution. From 2009 he continued his work at the Northern Theatre Harag György Company in Satu-Mare, Romania as artistic director and stage director. Between 2012–2022 he was the artistic director of the Tompa Miklós Company in the National Theatre of Târgu-Mureș. In addition to his theatre work in Romania and Hungary, he directs regularly in theatres of Slovakia and Poland.
In 2003 he was awarded with British Council Award for Best Staging of a Contemporary British Play in Romania (Marie Jones: Stones in His Pockets), with Dömötör Award in Szeged, Hungary in 2010, in 2011 with Golden Mask Award in Katowice for the best directorial work of the year with the performance Witold Gombrovicz: Yvonne, princess of Burgundy, directed in the Silesian Stanisław Wyspiański Theatre, Katowice.