Girne Municipality Chamber Theatre will be hosting the play 7 Kocalı Hürmüz (7 Husbands for Hurmuz) to be staged on 20th May by the GİBETSU youth team.
Girne Municipal Theatre Studio (GIBETSU), starts with the comedy “7 Kocalı Hürmüz”, the Turkish legendary story. The play will be free of charge in the Girne Municipality Chamber Theatre and will take place on Monday 20th May at 21:00. The play was written by Sadik Şendil and is directed by Girne Municipality Youth and Children’s Theatre Team Director İsmihan Yorgancı.
Girne Mayor Nidai Güngördü said that they wanted to include young people in the theatre as this developed the ability to take necessary responsibilities for urban life and community life, transform thought into action, think, interpret and improve aesthetic perception ability.
Nidai Güngördü stated that he is proud of the work being done by the GİBETSU Youth Team and he also congratulated İsmihan Yorgancı and the young people who contributed to the work. Güngördü invited everyone to the stage play to be performed by young people.
What is the subject of the play?
Hürmüz, who lives in Taşkasap, Istanbul in the Ottoman lands in the late 1800s, had six husbands from different professions in a plot to solve her economic problems. She welcomes each husband one day a week, pleases them and gets gifts from them. However, she falls in love with the town’s Doctor who she meets at her husband’s Barber’s Shop and he falls in love with her too. One night all six husbands come to her at the same time and Hürmüz finds herself in a series of awkward and yet very funny situations.