Odeon Theatre hosts, June 6-12, the first Festival of Hungarian Theatres in Bucharest, an initiative of the Hungarian Association of Theatre Artists MASZIN, in collaboration with UNITER (Romanian Association of Theatre Artists).
Member theatres of the Association are the „Csiky Gergely” Hungarian State Theatre in Timișoara, the Szigligeti Theatre in Oradea, the „Harag Gyorgy” Troupe from the Northern Theatre in Satu Mare, the „Csíki Játékszín” Theatre in Miercurea Ciuc and the Tom Odor Theatrer in Odorheiu Secuiesc, all of which structured a platform of events.
According to the organizers, BukFeszt aims to offer „a diversified cultural program with ambitious aesthetic values” for the Hungarian ethnic minority in the Capital City.
Ten shows will be presented, including some for children.
Besides the theatrical events, there will also be a book launch for an original volume written by Visky András on „The Tragedy of Man” (his script) and a show-event staged by Silviu Purcărete in Timișoara, also presented at BukFeszt.