The National Theatre Târgu Mureș

The National Theatre in Târgu-Mureș has its roots in the Szekler Theatre, the first permanent theatre in town, founded in 1946 by director Tompa Miklós, whose plays were staged in the Palace of Culture. In 1962 the Romanian section was also established, and in 1965 it was decided to build a new theatre in Tg. Mureș. It was built between 1971 and 1973 in predominantly modernist style, with many angular shapes and excessive corners, for which the four architects who designed it were awarded with the Prize of the Union of Architects from Romania, in 1973. Today the Romanian and Hungarian sections of the National Theatre operate here. 


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