Sylvia Plath

The bell jar

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Esther Greenwood’s life could be the epitome of the American dream. At 20, she arrives in New York, with all the doors opening in front of her, surrounded by a whirl of professional success, receptions and celebrities. Still, she feels incapable of measuring up. She looks for the flaw in herself, and as a result of her merciless self-examination, she is slowly consumed by her worsening anxiety.

Sylvia Plath’s novel The Bell Jar is a much-analysed and much-quoted cult classic of the 20th century. In part, the story, inspired by her own life, exposes with brutal honesty the stages of becoming a woman. Yet, it is also a rendering of the transitional period from adolescence to adulthood that is filled with insecurity, an expression of inner fears and a search for self-identity of elemental power.

Supported by the National Cultural Fund

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FEB
11
Tue
19:30
The bell jar
Örkény István Színház - Stúdió
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CAST AND CREW
Director: Widder Kristóf

With:
Béla Dóra
Tünde Kókai
Emőke Zsigmond

Adaptation by Csaba Mikó
Set and costume: Eszter Kálmán
Dramaturg: Sára Gábor
Music: László Bakk-Dávid

Directed by: Kristóf Widder

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