|ALCESTE, He is in love with Céliméne||Ernő Fekete|
|PHILINTE, He is a good friend of Alceste||Gergely Kocsis|
|ORONTE, He is in love with Céliméne||Gábor Máté|
|CÉLIMÉNE, She is in love with Alceste||Eszter Ónodi|
|ÉLIANTE, She is Céliméne's cousin||Réka Tenki|
|ARSINOÉ, She is Céliméne's girlfriend||Andrea Fullajtár|
|ARISTE's lover||Eszter Kiss|
|BASQUE, Céliméne's manservant||Béla Mészáros|
|Guard of the Marshalsea||Dénes Ujlaki|
|Set designer:||Levente Bagossy|
|Lighting designer||Tamás Bányai|
|Literary collaborator||Szabolcs Várady|
|Assistant director:||György Tiwald|
|Directed by:||Gábor Zsámbéki|
“I could not have written a better play I most certainly never will” – wrote Molière about
The Misantrophe which was put on by his acting company in 1666. “The Misantrophe
should be rewritten every five years” – said Diderot a century later.
Katona puts the play on for the second time; the first performance premiered in 1988 and
it was directed by Gábor Székely, the first artistic director of the theatre.
Duration: 1 hour and 40 minutes, without intermission.
Premiere: 7 January 2011