The season starts open day on Saturday, September 17, at the National Synagogue; the theater awaits visitors for shows, concerts and exhibitions.
On Saturday, September 17th, the entire family can peek through the walls and take part in unusual programs in the nation's theater. The offer is really varied, just read the program: 14 are waiting for the visitors in the National Theater Park, in the interior and in the secret corners of the traditional seasonal day.
There is a guided tour on the exhibition of paintings by Miklós Szьts in the studio of the stained-glass painting in Glenbor Medvigy.
On July 14th, the Stork Swan and other fairy tales were presented at the Gyula Vaskakas Bomb House in Gyor, in the Attila Room of Kaszab. At the same time, the Classics in a New Reverse entitled, "New Generation Literature," will be taking part in the Gobbi Hilda Stage with Baba Nbdasdy.
On the main stage with Liszt and his contemporaries, the Danubia Orchestra of Ubud will give a concert in July, followed by a stage presentation.
In the lobby, Roma painters open their exhibition with the title "Baggage-sanzones" on the Gobbi Hilda Stage, singing "baggage" in the Hungarian holiday. Followed by Moliere The royal rehearsal of the main title of the film is directed by Roland Rabba, director, with sign language interpretation. In the evening of the week, at Turay Balazs with Cold Blood, we have a grand opening in the hall of the stage. The programs at the Gobbi Hilda Stage will be closed by a concert by Zbavada Paul and the Experts.
The Great Stage announces the results and readings of the Romance Murder Document Drama Award, and in the evening, the winner of the Season awards and G.B. Shaw is an open piece of St Johanna's title by the inquiring director, Alfred Aldie Alfredi, and also a sign language interpreter.
Between the stage programs, you can learn the poetry of the public in sign language with the help of 90 decibel project staff.
In addition, backstage activities, board games, sports activities and flashbacks with acoustics await those interested in costume design. You can also buy the books of the series and the theater all day with a discounted ticket purchase. Following last year's Hungarian season, classical works will be presented at the National Theater in 2011/2012