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Zoltán Egressy

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Born (1967-08-02) August 2, 1967 (age 51)
Budapest
NationalityHungarian
Notable awardsErnő Szép Award (1999)
Attila József Award (2009)
SpouseBertalan Ágnes (1992–2011).[1] [2]
ChildrenTamás (1992)[1]
Júlia (1996)[1]

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Zoltán Egressy (Budapest, August 2, 1967 - ) Hungarian playwright, novelist, poet and journalist

Biography[edit]

After finishing high school in Budapest in 1985, he studied History and Hungarian at ELTE AITFK, where he received his high-school teacher's diploma in 1990. He worked as a freelance journalist 1990 - 1997. In 1998, his play Portugal premiered at Katona Jozsef Theatre in Budapest, where it played for a record 20 years, and became the theatre's most successful production ever. Two years after the premiere, a film version was also made, with the participation of most of the creators of the original show. The theatre production itself was also published on DVD in 2014.[3]

Several of his plays have been staged in England, Germany, Poland, Slovakia, Chech Republic, Austria, Croatia, Romania. Portugal was staged at the National Theatre in London, with the title Dreaming Portugal. Another play, Sóska, sültkrumpli played at New End Theatre, also in London, as "Spinach'n Chips". The total number of his premieres to date, in and outside of Hungary, is over one hundred. According to the Hungarian Theatre Database his plays had seen 70 premieres in Hungary.[4]

Four of his plays, Portugál, Sóska, sültkrumpli (Offside), 4 × 100, Nyár utca, nem megy tovább, have also been made into movies.[5]

He has two children[6]

Works[edit]

Books[edit]

  • Csókkor (Kapu, Budapest, 1991, poetry)
  • Drámák (Portugál / Sóska, sültkrumpli / Reviczky; Neoprológus, Budapest, 2000)
  • Csimpi szülinapja (Móra, Budapest, 2002, mese)
  • Portugál (Ant-Ko Publishing House, 2005, plays)
  • Most érsz mellé (Kalligram, 2009, short stories)
  • Szaggatott vonal (Kalligram, 2011, novel)
  • Kék, kék, kék (Kalligram, 2012, plays)
  • Majd kiszellőztetsz (Kalligram, 2013, short stories)
  • Százezer eperfa (Európa Publishing, 2014, novel)
  • Lila csík, fehér csík (Európa Publishing, 2015, novel)
  • Szarvas a ködben (Európa Publishing, Budapest, 2016, novel)
  • Júlialepke (Európa Publishing, Budapest, 2017, short stories)

Plays[edit]

  • Reviczky
  • Portugál
  • Sóska, sültkrumpli
  • Kék, kék, kék
  • Három koporsó
  • Vesztett éden
  • 4 × 100
  • Baleset
  • Június
  • Angyalkövet
  • Nyár utca, nem megy tovább
  • 9700
  • Az Isten lába
  • Idősutazás
  • Szimpla szerda
  • Édes életek

Documentary Plays[edit]

  • A praeceptor (The Antal Nemeth case) (1998)[7]

Plays for children[edit]

  • Csimpi szülinapja (2001)[8]
  • Fafeye, a tenger ész (2003)[9]

Stage adaptations[edit]

Translations[edit]

Awards[edit]

Notes[edit]

  • Biográf Ki Kicsoda 2004, I. kötet (A–K). Poligráf Kiadó, Budapest, 2003, 420. o., ISBN 963-863-451-0
  • Színházi adattár - Wikipedia Hungarian Theatre Database


References[edit]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Magyar és nemzetközi Ki Kicsoda (1994), Vol. 1, p.420.
  2. Magyar és Nemzetközi Ki Kicsoda (1994), Vol. 1, p.164.
  3. Parlando Kiadó. http://www.parlandokiado.hu/termekkategoria/szinhazi-kiadvanyok/
  4. "OSZMI". szinhaztortenet.hu.
  5. "Zoltán Egressy". IMDb.
  6. Origo. "Egy önző dög a kanapén". http://www.origo.hu/. External link in |website= (help)
  7. "A "Németh Antal - ügy"". PORT.hu.
  8. "Csimpi szülinapja". PORT.hu.
  9. "Fafeye, a tenger ész". PORT.hu.
  10. "Pán Péter". PORT.hu.
  11. "Tündér Lala". PORT.hu.
  12. Szupernap. "Szórakozott győzelmünk · Paulo Leminski · Könyv". Moly.
  13. Szupernap. "Föld · Salvatore Quasimodo · Könyv". Moly.

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Category:Hungarian poets Category:Hungarian playwrights Category:Hungarian writers Category:Hungarian novelists Category:Hungarian literary translators Category:Hungarian journalists Category:People born in Budapest Category:Hungarian people born in 1967 Category:Hungarian people alive


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