Dancer in the Dark

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Patrick Ellsworth

Dancer in the Dark

Translated by: Demény Péter
Premier: 2018-03-03 (4 years ago)
The imperfection of the judicial system, and its inevitable errors, can be considered bearable when counterbalanced by divine justice. But what if the immanent justice also fails? Selma, an immigrant living in the USA in the 1960s, who is in love with musicals, seems to be the perfect victim of both faces of justice. Selma is a loving mother, good friend, eternal dreamer, but she will be destroyed by the money and interest-driven putrid system in American pseudodemocracy. By using the generous genre of the musical, the performance asks questions about the inerrability of the legal system, the American Dream and our personal limits. 




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Directed byKocsárdi Levente
Music composerVlaicu Golcea
ChoreographyCristina Lilienfeld
Set designerMihai Donici
Costume designerMihaela Crețescu
Sound-design assistantUțu Pascu
LightsGidó Zoltán
SoundSebastian Bayer
Stage managerDeák Irén
PrompterCzumbil Marika
PosterBenedek Levente
PhotoPetru Cojocaru

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