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Sepsiszentgyörgyi Tamási Áron Színház
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Molière
L’avare

Not recommended for persons under fourteen years of age.
Translation: Illyés Gyula
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Photogallery: A fösvény
Cast
Harpagon, lover to Marianne:Pálffy Tibor
Cléante, beloved of Marianne:Derzsi Dezső
Élise, daughter to Harpagon, lover to Valère:Szalma Hajnalka Pál Ferenczi Gyöngyi
Valère, son to Anselme, and lover to Élise:Nagy Alfréd Mátray László
Marianne:Benedek Ágnes
Anselme:Szakács László
Frosine, matchmaker:Gajzágó Zsuzsa
Simon, broker:Debreczi Kálmán
La Flèche, friend of Cléante:Kónya-Ütő Bence
Brindavoine, Harpagon's cook and coachman:Erdei Gábor
La Merluche, Harpagon's lackey:Márton Lóránt Nagy Lázár József
Police Magistrate:Diószegi Attila
Director: Bocsárdi László
Set designer: Bartha József inv.
Costume designer: Dobre-Kóthay Judit inv.
Dramaturg: Zsigmond Andrea inv.
Translator: Illyés Gyula
Prompter: Gazda Szende
Stage manager: V. Bartha Edit
First performance:03/01/2013
Duration of the performance cca. 180 minute(s) (2 breaks).
About the performance

 

I want to be happy!” - says Cléante in The Miser.
Though this could be told by any of the characters. Moreover, this could be told by any of us.

Because each of us is in search of happiness – or merely some smooth water to swim along? A theatre performance (just as the beginning of a new year) is a perfect opportunity to raise this question.

What kind of strategy have we chosen to (out) live? What is the basis of our lives?

For some people human relationships are the most valuable part of existence. But this would also mean that one mustn’t trade on the other.
For others lifeless things become the idol. Because they can trade on them. And out of all the lifeless things money is the most supple.

This is how the characters in The Miser are driven, either by the desire for love or by the desire for  possession. It varies which is giving them the hope of security. Sometimes both together...

Molière’s play is not as gauzy as one might expect but sharp as a blade that barrens the people down to their inner incapability to love.

Is there anything in our lives that gives a higher security than money does?
If there is, then we will laugh during the performance. If there isn’t...

 

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