DIRECTIONS

  • The Play’s the Thing

    The Play’s the Thing

    By Molnár, Ferenc 1999., Toronto Soulpepper   „…triumphant…The production is masterfully staged, every visual and verbal joke precisely timed, on an economical...

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  • A Midsummer Night’s Dream

    A Midsummer Night’s Dream

    By Shakespeare, William 1999., Chicago Court Theatre   “Marton, a director of sensitivity and intelligence, clearly has an affection for the work....

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  • Szent István Boulevard 14.

    Szent István Boulevard 14.

    by Kern, András-Presser, Gábor 1998 “Director Laszlo Marton’s vivid and mobile ideas are almost overflowingly rich.” 14 SZENT ISTVAN BOULEVARD –...

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  • Popcorn

    Popcorn

    by Elton, Ben 1998 “Laszlo Marton professionally staged the work of a professional writer” POPCORN-ELTON Magyar Hírlap, 2 January, 1999. Anna...

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  • Dance in Time (By Békés, Pál)

    Dance in Time (By Békés, Pál)

    By Békés, Pál Theatre du Compagnole 1998., Knoxville Clarence Brown Theatre  ...

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  • The School for Wives

    The School for Wives

    By Moliere, Jean-Baptiste 1998., Chicago Court Theatre   MOLIERE’S THE SCHOOL FOR WIVES “…the Hungarian director László Marton has staged the comedy...

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  • Sylvia

    Sylvia

    by Gurney, Albert Ramsdell 1997 “Artistic director Laszlo Marton’s taste, culture and self-restrained direction gives a nice, joyful theatre evening to...

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  • The Guardsman (By Molnár)

    The Guardsman (By Molnár)

    By Molnár, Ferenc 1997., Santa Fe Stages  ...

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  • Lighting Up the Two Year Old

    Lighting Up the Two Year Old

    By Benji, Aerensen 1997., Actor’s Theatre of Louisville Humana Festival   BENJIE AERENSON’S LIGHTING UP THE TOW-YEAR-OLD “Athough some other entries were...

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  • Masterclass

    Masterclass

    by McNally, Terence 1996 “Marton’s direction  builts on music with enermous pleasure without distorting the plays dramatic structure and also avoids...

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  • The Play’s the Thing

    The Play’s the Thing

    By Molnár, Ferenc 1996., Chicago Court Theatre   MOLNÁR’S THE PLAY’S THE THING “’The Play’s the Thing’s’ is nothing if it...

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  • The School for Wives

    The School for Wives

    By Moliere, Jean-Baptiste 1996., Santa Fe Stages...

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  • Machbeth

    Machbeth

    by Shakespeare, William 1995 “László Marton directed a truly modern and excellent performance that is thrilling and exciting. It is full...

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  • Olympia (By Molnár, Ferenc)

    Olympia (By Molnár, Ferenc)

    By Molnár, Ferenc 1995., Actor’s Theatre of Louisville Molnár Festival...

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  • Beast on the Moon (By Kalinoski)

    Beast on the Moon (By Kalinoski)

    By Kalinoski, Richard 1995., Actor’s Theatre of Louisville   RICHARD KALINOSKI’S BEAST ON THE MOON  “In a superb production of poetically directed...

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  • Incident at Vichy

    Incident at Vichy

    by Miller, Arthur 1994 “Artistic director László Marton’s taste, culture and self-restrained is without any mistakes.” INCIDENT AT VICHY – MILLER...

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  • Dance In Time

    Dance In Time

    by Békés, Pál 1994 NEW YORK TIMES: A Budapest Theater Casts Off Its Soviet Past By JANE PERLEZ, Published: October 27,...

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  • Shooting Simone (By Kaufman)

    Shooting Simone (By Kaufman)

    By Kaufman, Lynne 1993., Actor’s Theatre of Louisville LYNNE KAUFMAN’S SHOOTING SIMONE “ ‘Simone’ is likely to be top entry in Actors’...

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  • Servant of Two Masters

    Servant of Two Masters

    by Goldoni, Carlo 1992...

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  • Death of a Salesman

    Death of a Salesman

    By Miller, Arthur 1992., Tel Aviv Habima...

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  • The Mistress of the Inn

    The Mistress of the Inn

    By Goldoni, Carlo 1991., Tel Aviv Bersheva...

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  • Tower (By Sarkadi-Ivánka)

    Tower (By Sarkadi-Ivánka)

    By Sarkadi-Ivánka 1991., Tel Aviv Habima...

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  • Three Sisters (By Chekhov)

    Three Sisters (By Chekhov)

    By Chekhov, Anton 1991., Toronto Masterclass CHEKHOV’S THREE SISTERS “Chekhov comes crystal clear…The beast reason to see this show is that it...

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  • Black Peter

    Black Peter

    by Zágon, István-Somogyi, Gyula-Eisemann, Mihály 1990...

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  • Richard III

    Richard III

    by Shakespeare, William 1990 “….innovative staging…great production!” RICHARD III – SHAKESPEARE Newsweek, 3 January, 1992, Michael Meyer...

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  • As We Do It

    As We Do It

    by Spiró, György-Másik, János 1989 „Passionately up-to-date (…) The production is elaborated to the smallest details and is rich with thousands...

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  • Les Liasons Dangerous

    Les Liasons Dangerous

    By Hampton, Christopher 1991., Toronto Masterclass  ...

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  • The Horse (By Háy, Gyula)

    The Horse (By Háy, Gyula)

    By Háy, Gyula 1989., London Barbican...

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  • Les Liasons Dangerous

    Les Liasons Dangerous

    By Hampton, Christopher 1989., Actor’s Theatre of Louisville HAMPTON’S LES LIAISONS DANGEREUSES “…Last night, ‘La Liasons Dangereuses’ opened in the Victor Jory...

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  • The Proconsul of Caligula

    The Proconsul of Caligula

    by Székely, János 1988 „Marton’s production is breathtaking, thrilling and highly tensioned.” THE PROCONSUL OF CALIGULA – SZÉKELY Kritika, 13 January,...

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  • The Attic

    The Attic

    Gábor Presser – Dusán Sztevanovity – Péter Horváth Half tale – half musical for ages from 9 to 99 Written...

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  • Push Up

    Push Up

    by Gyurkovics Tibor 1987 “This new work found the company in splendid form under the guidance of the theatre’s artistic director,...

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  • Little Shop of Horrors

    Little Shop of Horrors

    By Ashman-Menken 1987., Actor’s Theatre of Louisville  ASHMAN-MENKEN LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS “…ATL’s Little Shop of Horrors arrived last night to the tumultuous...

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  • The School for Wives

    The School for Wives

    By Moliere, Jean-Baptiste 1987., Tel Aviv Habima “School for Wives should run forever.” SCHOOL FOR WIVES – MOLIERE The Jerusalem Post, 1987, Pamela...

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  • Ivan the Terrible

    Ivan the Terrible

    by Bulgakov, Mihail 1986...

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  • Star of Seville

    Star of Seville

    by Vega, Lope de 1986...

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