Magyar

Crime and Punishment

2019. január 18. péntek, 19:00
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2019. február 23. szombat, 19:00
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Adapted to the stage by Michal Dočekal and Iva Klestilova

Hungarian text | János Térey

Raskolnikov             Ákos Orosz
Porfiry                 András Stohl
Katerina Ivanovna         Enikő Börcsök
Marmeladov             Károly Hajduk
Sonya             Kata Bach
Mother             Barbara Hegyi
Dunya             Éva Bata
Svidrigailov             Tamás Lengyel
Razumikhin             József Wunderlich
Luzhin             Péter Telekes
Mikolka            Miklós Vécsei

and Márta Gilicze and Márk Ember

set design | Martin Chocholoušek
costume design | Sylva Zimula Hanáková

music | Michal Novinski
dramaturgy | Mátrai Diána Eszter
dramaturgy consultant | Lili Fabacsovics
rough translation | László G. Kovács, Sylvia Huszár and Róbert Gál

directed by | Michal Dočekal

Dostoyevsky is the greatest depictor of the human soul. His famous crime novel tells the story of a brutal murder and the investigation that follows. Is there a situation that allows, what is more, demands the killing of a human? The question not only fascinates Raskolnikov, but it is equally important for us in a world wounded by raging wars and terrorism.
Michal Dočekal, artistic director of the Czech National Theatre, and dramaturgh Iva Klestilová produced this new stage version of the novel especially for the Vígszínház. The Hungarian text is the work of the brilliant writer, János Térey.
With this performance we wish to pay homage to the great Russion director, Jurij Petrovics, who was born 100 years ago.

premiere | 15th October 2016 | Vígszínház