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  Csiky Gergely  
  Bubbles  
   
  comedy
 
 
 

A mother and her children who love to live wealthy, and a helpless father who has to watch how his family falls apart - an enchanting comedy about egoism, appearances, and of course, the unificating power of love.

Gergely Csiky (also Gregor Csiky; 8 December 1842 – 19 November 1891) was a Hungarian dramatist. Csiky was born in Pankota, in the county of Arad. He studied Roman Catholic theology at Pest and Vienna, and was professor in the Priests College at Timișoara from 1870 to 1878. In the latter year, however, he joined the Evangelical Church, and took up literature. Beginning with novels and works on ecclesiastical history, which met with some recognition, he ultimately devoted himself to writing for the stage. Here his success was immediate. In his Az ellenállhatatlan (Irresistible), which obtained a prize from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, he showed the distinctive features of his talent: directness, freshness, realistic vigor, and highly individual style. In rapid succession he enriched Magyar literature with realistic genre pictures, such as A Proletárok (Proletariat), Buborékok (Bubbles), Két szerelem (Two Loves), A szégyenlős (The Bashful), Athalia, etc., in all of which he seized on one or another feature or type of modern life, dramatizing it with unusual intensity, qualified by chaste and well-balanced diction. Of the latter, his classical studies may, no doubt, be taken as the inspiration, and his translation of Sophocles and Plautus will long rank with the most successful of Magyar translations of the ancient classics. Among the best known of his novels are Arnold, Az Atlasz család (The Atlas Family). He died in Budapest on 19 November 1891.
     
  Cast and characters  
     
  Solmay Ignác ifj. Kovács Levente
 
  Sidonia Molnár Júlia
 
  Béla Balogh Attila
 
  Serafin Tasnádi-Sáhy Noémi
 
  Robert Sebestyén Hunor
 
  Gizella Keresztes Ágnes
 
  Aranka Nagy Tímea
 
  Rábay Miklós Csatlós Lóránt
 
  Morosán Demeter Kardos M. Róbert
 
  Tamás Hunyadi István
 
  Adolf Hajdu Géza
 
  Mrs. Sereczky Tóth Tünde
 
  Chupor Aladár Szotyori József
 
  Szabó Eduárd
 
  Malvin Gajai Ágnes
 
  Gombos Dobos Imre
 
       
       
  Director Novák Eszter  
 
  Dramaturgy Kárpáti Péter  
 
  Scenography Florina Bellinda Vasilatos  
 
  Assistant of Director Tasnádi-Sáhy Péter  
 
       
  Premier: 2015-10-09    
       
 





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