He’s trying with the power of steam Tibor Painter and the National Equestrian Theater Company, a company Saint Ladislaus, King of the Knights Also put on repertoire. The actor himself plays the king – going through a major transformation for the role.
„The long beard and long hair are there to make me look like a champ. I try to change the role as much as possibleTibor Pintér said at 95.8 Sláger FM, he is confident the piece can become a cult over time.
„We know a lot about Stephen King, especially that the rock opera treated his story too. However, she – and perhaps outside of Elizabeth’s musicals – did not make major musicals about historical figures. That is why we touched on the story of Saint Ladislaus, who was a great ruler. He won eight out of eight battles, he was fair and brave according to historical monuments. There is a tremendous force in his story that we are glad to take to the battlefield at the National Equestrian Theatre. It’s such a pleasure to be able to play with him, it’s just a bonus that I’m supposed to look like himsaid Tibor Pinter, who spends all summer at work.
„We weren’t idly idly during the pandemic: We trained, we tried, and we didn’t stop. Also for this reason, our shows meet during the summerTibor Pinter said to the announcer, Cezanne Rolland.