The Three Sisters is Chekhov's penultimate play chronologically. After the successful premiere of Uncle Vanya in the fall of 1899, director Nemirovich-Danchenko tried to persuade Chekhov to write a play for the theatre. With this encouragement, Chekhov began writing a drama in August 1900 and finished it in December of the same year. The play was first presented by the Moscow Art Theatre on January 31, 1901, followed by a February 28 opening in St. Petersburg. The Three Sisters was translated into Italian, German and Czech during the writer's lifetime. Its premiere in Hungary was held on October 15, 1922 at the Vígszínház in Budapest.
Is time passing us by, or is it us who are passing time? We are struggling in the web of the past, present, and future. What leads us into the trap of time? Why is it so difficult to face reality with time and ourselves in our present state? It is so much easier to live in the beauty, harmony and safety of the past or to look hopefully to the illusion of a better happier future. This performance is about loneliness and of self struggle and the ruthlessness of the passage of time, but in a lively world full of humour and music from which the endless possibilities of life pulses.
He was born on 8 December 1973 in Brasov. He is an actor of the National Theater of Târgu-Mureș and also the manager of the Yorick Studio in Marosvásárhely.
As a child, he wanted to be the second László Bölöni, he played football at a professional level. At the age of 16, he is a member of the Sepsiszentgyörgy B league team. He wanted to graduate from the Faculty of Arts in Cluj-Napoca, and at the same time play sports, but in the end he graduated from the Mikes Kelemen Theoretical Lyceum in 1992 and continued his studies at the Drama Academy in Marosvásárhely, acting major between 1992 and 1996. His class leader and master was Loránd Lohinszky. Between 2005 and 2008, he studied directing at the University of Arts Târgu-Mureș and between 2004 and 2010 the l. L. Caragiale is a doctoral student in theater studies at the National University of Theater and Film. In addition to his work as an actor, he also works as a director and teacher. He likes to cook in his spare time. According to him, he prefers acting, but if he had to choose, he couldn't. Acting and directing work cannot be compared to each other. For him, acting is his first love, and it is a great challenge to perform to the maximum as an actor and director.
In terms of his roles, his performances range widely. Shakespeare's heroes - Demetrius from A Midsummer Night's Dream, Edmund from King Lear or Romeo - are portrayed with good taste, deep experience and empathy, like Dr. Beck Gyula from The Unfortunate or even István Baracs from Magnás Miska. He has proven his great musical acting skills in numerous performances. His acting work and talent have been recognized with several awards in recent years.