The Csokonai Theater awaits foreign and non-Hungarian speaking expats and international students in Debrecen for the Nagyerdei open air theatre stage plays.
The first play in the series, the musical show Nikola Tesla – Infinite Energy, will be presented with English subtitles on the 8th of June.
The production, which starts at 8:30 pm, creates a unique visual world using high-end technical elements for the show. It provides an exciting musical and visual background to Tesla’s life and 19th-century atmosphere. The two-act, extremely spectacular piece of music thus, besides promising great entertainment, helps you learn about a new side of the beautiful mind and mysteries of the life behind the well-known name.
The dance performance of the Duna Művészegyüttes entitled Seven Towers commemorates the iconic Hungarian architect Imre Makovecz. In 1992, Imre Makovecz’s world-famous Hungary Pavilion was built at the Seville Expo, which almost immediately became a national symbol. The music of the pavilion, which became an emblematic Hungarian work, was composed by Ferenc Kiss. The performance entitled Seven Towers was created for this music and other successful works of the composer, which can be seen in Debrecen at 9 pm on the 11th of July at the Nagyerdei Szabadtéri Színpad.