A play about love, in the style of the acclaimed 20th century szekler writer, Áron Tamási, which tells the story of young lovers being oppressed by the burnt-out, envious older generation. Magdó, a brave young girl and Móka, a free spirited boy fall in love, which is deemed unacceptable by Magdó’s older sisters Eszter and Regina and their spouses Lukács and Máté. Their sincere love sheds light to the shallowness of the others’. The “All’s well that ends well”, comes after all, however not in the usual way.
He was born in Nyíregyháza in 1981, in a Reformed family in Apagy. Until the age of 14, he trained as a reformed minister. He graduated from the mathematics department of Gyula Krúdy High School in his hometown, and then graduated from the Faculty of Law and Law of the University of Miskolc. Between 2005 and 2009, he studied musical acting at the University of Theater and Film Arts, in the class of Péter Huszti and Imre Kerényi. Between 2009 and 2011 he worked as an intellectual freelancer, since 2011 he has been a member of the Csokonai Theater in Debrecen, and since 2014 he has been a member of the National Theatre. In addition to acting, he also directs. From February 2019 to March 2020, he was the artistic director of the Váci Dunakanyar Theater.He is a teacher at the Rippl-Rónai Faculty of Arts of Kaposvár University. In 2020–2021, he is the artistic consultant of the Zenthe Ferenc Theater. Between January and June 2021, he is the executive director of the Karinthy Theatre. From June 2021, he is the director of the National Theater in Győr.His commission lasted until June 30, 2023. From 2023, he received another five-year mandate, which lasts until 2028.
From September 1, 2021, he is the head teacher and university assistant professor of the Rippl-Rónai Art Institute of the MATE Kaposvár Campus.