Molnár, Daniel

Daniel Molnár is a theatre historian focused on theatre entertainment in Central Europe. Starting his career as a performance artist, he went on to obtain a clown degree in 2005 and a PhD in history in 2017. He has curated three exhibitions about the former Budapest nightlife; in February 2019, his latest, Red Stars – Showbusiness during Hungarian Stalinism and the socialist revues, opened in the National Szechenyi Library accompanied by a monography of the same title. After working for the Budapest Operetta Theatre in season 2016/17, he moved to Berlin where he did his practice in stage directing at the Komische Oper in May 2019.

Reckoning and Framing


Reckoning and Framing

Current Status and Future Prospects of Hungarian Ethnography in the 21st Century

2022,  366  Seiten,  broschiert,  39,90 €,  ISBN 978-3-8309-4629-8

Popular Music Theatre under Socialism


Popular Music Theatre under Socialism

Operettas and Musicals in the Eastern European States
1945 to 1990

2020,  236  Seiten,  broschiert,  34,90 €,  ISBN 978-3-8309-4248-1