CAN’T YOU SEE THAT YOU ARE STANDING IN MY LAP, BLIND MAN?

out of love for Nichita Stănescu / director, designer and music selection: Anton Tauf

SA
24
JUNE
19:00
"EUPHORION" STUDIO

PROCESUL

după Franz Kafka, dramatizare de Mihaela Panainte și Daniel Ilea / director: Mihaela Panainte

SU
25
JUNE
19:00
MAIN STAGE

SÂNZIANA AND PEPELEA

by Vasile Alecsandri / director: Alexandru Dabija

TU
27
JUNE
19:00
MAIN STAGE

RICHARD III WILL NOT TAKE PLACE!

by Matei Vișniec / director: Răzvan Mureșan

WE
28
JUNE
19:00
"EUPHORION" STUDIO

RICHARD III WILL NOT TAKE PLACE!

by Matei Vișniec / director: Răzvan Mureșan

TU
11
JULY
18:00
FESTIVALUL INTERNAȚIONAL DE TEATRU DE LA ALMADA, PORTUGALIA

RICHARD III WILL NOT TAKE PLACE!

by Matei Vișniec / director: Răzvan Mureșan

WE
12
JULY
15:00
FESTIVALUL INTERNAȚIONAL DE TEATRU DE LA ALMADA, PORTUGALIA

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Tot într-o zi de sâmbătă, cu paisprezece ani în urmă, avea loc premiera acestui spectacol-omagiu, care nu este altceva decât o declarație de iubire a actorului Anton Tauf pentru poetul Nichita Stănescu, plecat la cincizeci de ani, într-un 13 decembrie. Actorul l-a cunoscut personal pe poet, ceea ce dă acestui poem-spectacol o ținută aparte. Pe vremea când era profesor de actorie, îi îndemna pe tineri la recitare. Din acest impuls a ieșit un spectacol de clasă despre care Marinela Țepuș, la acea vreme, nota: „Noduri şi semne e titlul unei cărţi de Nichita Stănescu. Un titlu «materializat» în interiorul unui cub negru de studenţii din anul I Actorie ai Facultăţii de Litere din Cluj. Studenţii erau nodurile, semnele veneau dinspre Nichita. Desigur, prin dragostea şi prin generozitatea profesorului lor, actorul Anton Tauf. Astfel că niciodată n-am ştiut dacă «întâmplarea» la care mă refer se va putea numi spectacol, recital sau mai simplu şi mai adevărat: «Clipă nesfârşită dintr-un univers Nichita»“. De atunci, actorul îl readuce, îl reînvie pe poet și ne convinge, de fiecare dată, că Nichita nu a murit în decembrie.

Am înregistrat și am spicuit câteva gânduri ale lui Anton Tauf despre lucrul la spectacolul Nu vezi că stai în brațele mele, orbule?, în care îi stau alături Ramona Dumitrean și Romina Merei.



The Island after Gellu Naum, Ada Milea's much-awarded concert-performance, produced with the company of the National Theatre from Cluj, turns six years from its premiere at the beginning of the next season. As fresh and full of life as it was from the start, the production will bring viewers out in the open, to lead them in Robinson and Friday's world depicted by Naum, along with Coco the billy goat and the Bedouin natives of an island lost in a sea of loneliness. But how could you still feel alone next to a much-enamored Mermaid and a wooden-legged Pirate, when besieged by Randolph and by Selkirke Grandmas, when Mary finds you and the frightening Mabolo, the cannibal king, recognizes you?

For one evening, on the occasion of "Cluj Days", The Unirii Square will turn into that musical and colorful Island, where we can escape daily monotony and wake up to life. Here is how the actors feel the moment of the performance:



The newest actor from the company of the National Theatre from Cluj, Mihai-Florian Nițu graduated the National University of Theatre and Film from Bucharest in 2013, in Professor Adrian Titieni's class. He played in Shakespeare's As You Like It („Tony Bulandra" Theatre from Târgoviște), Mariana Hartasanchez's A banjo and two Dead Men („Nottara" Theatre), Lia Bugnar's The Wall („Metropolis" Theatre), Sorina Creangă's La Bohème musical (Mignon Theatre), Ioan Petru Culianu's Oreste The King of Sounds („Tudor Vianu" Theatre from Giurgiu), Maitreyi after Mircea Eliade („Bulandra" Theatre), Line Knutzon's First you get born, Molière's Tartuffe, Histrion after Sartre and Shakespeare („Andrei Mureșanu" Theatre from Sfântu Gheorghe), Matei Vișniec's Requiem (The National Theatre from Bucharest), Dybbuk after S. Ansky (The State Jewish Theatre). While in faculty, he played in Kean after J.P. Sartre with inserts from Shakespeare, under the supervision of his class professor, Adrian Titieni. Starting from high-school, he was included in a theatre company that performed in the country and abroad. He received awards and nominations for the roles he played and took part in several theatre projects, education theatre projects, seminars, conferences, festivals and workshops.

At the National Theatre from Cluj-Napoca he played in C.C. Buricea-Mlinarcic's Playlist, Anthony Burgess' A Clockwork Orange, and, most recently, in The Trial after Kafka.

 

Kean after J.P. Sartre with inserts from William Shakespeare is an older project the actor has resumed in several stages, until the present one. 



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