Timișoara – The ninth edition of the Euroregional Theatre Festival TESZT was organised by the Hungarian State Theatre Csiky Gergely from 22nd to 29th of May. This festival of increasing importance for the entire region, opened officially with the performance „Hungarian” directed by Urbán András, a coproduction of the Hungarian State Theatre Csiky Gergely and Theatre „Kosztolányi Dezső“ from Subotica.
Timișoara Știri, OpiniaTimisoarei
The events of the ninth Euroregional Theatre Festival TESZT, which ended on Sunday night with Bulgarian artist Ivo Dimchev’s performance “I cure”, gathered an audience of about 2800 people. The end of TESZT actually continued until Monday morning and the break of dawn, as participants, artists and spectators unwillingly parted with the festival atmosphere and stayed inside the theatre or nearby, sharing impressions and sensations after an incandescent week. From May 22nd to May 29th, TESZT presented the audience with plays from Serbia, Hungary, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Italy, Portugal, Bosnia Herzegovina, Belgium, Macedonia and Romania, performed in three halls in Timișoara, which were full to the last seat for every performance: The Main Hall and Studio Hall of the Hungarian State Theatre Csiky Gergely and the hall inside the Military Circle.
Lőkös Ildikó – art7
The first thing that catches my eye: the great organization, lots of young people, the hectic design – things that were always like this: friendly atmosphere, personal touch and helpfulness.