The Csokonai Theatre welcomes foreign guests to the Nagyerdei Open-Air Games. On 8th June, the first performance of the series, the musical show Nikola Tesla – Infinite Energy, will be performed with English subtitles. The production, which starts at 8:30 p.m, uses state-of-the-art show technology to create a unique visual experience while providing an exciting musical and visual backdrop to Tesla’s life and the atmosphere of the nineteenth century.
The Duna Art Ensemble’s dance performance, entitled Seven Towers, pays tribute to the iconic Hungarian architect Imre Makovecz. Imre Makovecz’s world-famous Hungarian Pavilion was built at the Seville Expo in 1992 and almost immediately became a national icon. The music was composed by Ferenc Kiss and became an emblematic work of the Hungarian world music scene. This music and other successful compositions by the composer were the basis for the performance of The Seven Towers, which will be performed on 11th July at 9:00 p.m. at the Nagyerdei Open-Air Stage in Debrecen.