Based on a true story, Siberian Chárdás recalls the adventures of Hungarian soldiers captured by Russia during the First World War and held in the most remote prisoner-of-war camp in Siberia. It was here that the operetta "Csárdáskirálynő" was performed, based on a script written from fragments of a Russian-French translation and a score set to music from memory, with the female roles played by soldiers with flat feet, hairy legs and hairy faces.
In this case, the question is not: will the audience applaud at the end? If the Russian camp commander is satisfied with the performance, he will let the prisoners of war, who have been away from their homeland for years, go home. The only one who can bring success to the ragtag company is the celebrated conductor of the former Vienna and Budapest performances of "Csárdáskirálynő", but he is sceptical and does not believe in the success of the performance - for a while...
I taught at the University of Theatre and Film Arts, Department of Directing and Acting.
Since 2012, I have been teaching at the Ágnes Nemes Nagy Acting School and the Hungarian Theatre Academy in Pest.
I have an intermediate level English and a basic level German exam.
In addition to the theatres mentioned above, I have worked at the National Theatre, Katona József Theatre, Nyíregyháza, Szeged, Veszprém, Marosvásárhely, Csíkszereda, Debrecen, Belvárosi Theatre, Hungarian Theatre of Pest and Tatabánya.
I have directed about eighty plays.