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2018. December 06., Thursday
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2018. December 06., Thursday
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2018. December 06., Thursday
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Uriel Acosta
play in 2 parts

Written by Karl Von Gutzkow
Translated by András Forgách (2005)

Premiere on 7 May 2005



Photos:
Photos - Photographer: László Körtvélyesi

Cast:
Uriel Acosta
MANASSE VANDERSTRATENSándor N. Szabó (1944-2011)
JUDITMikold Darabont
BEN JOCHÁJÁdám Ottlik
DE SILVAIstván Fillár
BEN AKIBABéla Stenczer
URIEL ACOSTAAttila Béres
ESZTERÉva Füsti Molnár
RUBENTamás Ujláb
JOELTibor Urbán
BARUCH SPINOZAFerenc Getto
DE SANTOSMiklós Rázga
VAN DER EMBDENJózsef Pilinczes
SIMONAttila Rajnai


stage designerBalázs Horesnyi
costume designerMárta Pilinyi
dramaturgGyőző Duró
assistantGabriella Jankovics
assistantJudit Cserép
stage inspectorLászló Háber
stage inspectorKristóf Juhász
prompterPiroska Juhász
directorTamás Balikó DLA




Further shows:

Karl Gutzkow, German novelist, playwright and journals editor lived between 1811 and 1878.

In his works he deals with the political issues of his era. He treated writing as a propaganda, a certain weapon in the fight for the liberal-democratic transformation of the German society.

He deserves credit for discovering the genius of Georg Büchner and starting his career. Büchner’s comedy Leonce and Léna was put on stage at the National Theatre of Pécs in the Spring of 1983, Danton’s death, his tragedy was performed in 2001.

Amsterdam around 1640. The age of Spinoza, Van Dyck, Rubens and Rembrandt. Holland, established during the war of independence of the Netherlands about half a century before provided shelter for the crowds of Jews fleeing from the Iberian Peninsula. They formed strong urban communities. The Synagogue of Amsterdam excommunicate Uriel Acosta whose liberal ideas break the dogmas of the Torah and the Talmud. It is only his lover, the beautiful Judit and her wealthy father, Vanderstraten who take a stand for the young scholar. Judit’s disappointed ex-fiancé, the ’richest Dutch heir’ destroys the businesses of Judit’s father and Uriel’s brothers. To save his mother and his sweetheart from disgrace and misery Uriel decides to withdraw his ideas publicly in the synagogue. Yet while he is paying his penalties isolated from the outside world, his mother dies and Judit’s mother makes her marry her ex-fiancé…

Uriel Acosta written in 1846 is a real romantic tragedy in verse. It is Gutzkow’s passionate confession about the freedom of thought and religion while being a merciless indicment against any exclusion or ideological fanatism. It was first put on stage in Hungary at the National Theatre in 1850, and in 1919 the story was put on film.


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