Csíki Játékszín – The Municipal Theatre of Miercurea Ciuc

Running time: 2 h 20 min (with an intermission)

Age limit: 14+


Cast:

Bow: BOKOR ANDREA
Nickname: VERESS ALBERT
Innkeeper: LŐRINCZ ANDRÁS ERNŐ
Radish: PUSKÁS LÁSZLÓ
Priest: KÁNYÁDI SZILÁRD
Nipper: KOZMA ATTILA
Woman: SZABÓ ENIKŐ
Satan: VASS CSABA
Wife: BARTALIS GABRIELLA


Dramaturg: BUDAHÁZI ATTILA
Set and costume design: ADRIANA GRAND
Directed by: VICTOR IOAN FRUNZĂ


The Portugal in the title is at once a place and a feel of life, a desire for wholeness. We can take a peek into the everyday life of an imaginary Hungarian village, Igrács. The local pub is owned by Lajos and his daughter Masni, among their haunters is a former cop who wants to marry the daughter, Sátán  of whom one cannot be sure weather he drinks because his wife left him or that she specifically left him because he cannot change, a wordjuggler living from day to day on public labor and his alcoholic wife and even the priest stops by from time to time if he's in town, but only holds sermons every two weeks. Into this cavalcade of people a writer from Budapest drops in, who's on his way to Portugal, but would like to take a few days off in the village.