The Salem Witches

Arthur Miller's award-winning drama The Crucible is adapted by Róbert Alföldi and set in a Hungarian town. A play about suspicion, persecution and conformity; it is as relevant today as it was in 1953.

Arthur Miller: The Salem Witches

There is a witch ...

Or more…

If we want ...

If we want to ...

If we are cowards enough and jealous ...

Well then ...

Even more…

More…

Everybody…

Except ourselves ...

For the time being ...

 

 

 

Cast:

John Proctor/Kelemen Barna Bányai
Elizabeth Proctor, John’s wife/Eszter Bánfalvi
Abigail Williams, Parris's niece/Linda Fekete
Danforth, Deputy Governor, The chief judge of the court/Zoltán Szerémi
Reverend Samuel Parris/Tibor Mertz
Reverend Hale/Zoltán Kálmánchelyi
Hawthorne, Judge/Csaba Kenderes
Mary Warren, Proctor’s servant/Petra Hartai
Rebecca Nurse/Mari Kiss
Francis Nurse, Rebecca’s husband/Attila Avass
Giles Corey/Tamás Jordán
Tituba, The Parris family slave/Edit Vlahovics
Mrs. Ann Putnam/Cili Nagy
Thomas Putnam, Ann’s husband/Zoltán Kelemen
Betty Paris/Kata Gonda
Ezekiel Cheever, clerk of Salem's General Court/György Bajomi Nagy
Sarah Good/Judit Németh
Herrick, town marshal/Róbert Endre Szabó
Mercy Lewis, Putnam’s servant/Zsófia Wessely
Susanna Walcott/Júlia Dunai


Set/Costume Designer: Eszter Kálmán
Stage manager: Eszter Győrváry
Prompter: Jenei Ágnes
Assistant director: Krisztián Kovács
Second assistant: Stephen Bailey
Director: Róbert Alföldi

Premiere: 11/05/2018

 

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2018. április 11.

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