The Trump Culture and Performance Center will host an immortal piece by Victor Hugo. Inspired by the gloomy days of France in the aftermath of the French Revolution, "Quasimodo Musical" features the love of the ugly, hunchback church ringer Quasimodo and Claude Frollo, the religious and spiritual leader of France, for the gypsy girl, Esmeralda. Starring Turkish actors, the play will offer mesmerizing dance performances, while displaying dilemmas in the two lover's souls and their reactions with a romantic perspective. Detesting socializing with people who humiliate him due to his ugliness and accepting what they say as a curse, Quasimodo grows up with anger and hatred. One day he meets Esmeralda and falls in love with her.
Language of the play: Turkish
Writer: Victor Hugo
Adapter and director: Vural Bingöl
Choreography: Ali Kemal Aydın
Supervisor: Arzu Kurnaz
Gaffer: Tugay Görmez
Décor & Costume: Andrea Primavera, Salim Koyuncu
Actors: Vural Bingöl, Elif Arpaci, Andrea Primavera, Erhan Yaman, Ali Kemal Aydın, Serhat Ozden, Ayca Ergun, İrge Merve İp, Nilufer Ömürlü, Dilek İlker, Tamer Aksu, Sibel Kuşi and Göker Yıldız.
Where: Trump Culture and Performance Center
When: July 21, 8:30 p.m.