ESUA (Entertainment and Stand-Up Academy), in partnership with Cluj-Napoca National Theatre, present ONE WAY, stand-up comedy with Dragoș Pop, on Thursday 19 May 2011 at 8pm, in the Main Auditorium of Cluj-Napoca National Theatre.
Starting with 2005, ESUA has presented at Cluj-Napoca National Theatre five stand-up comedy shows. ONE WAY is the first individual show, starring the actor Dragoș Pop.
A press conference will be held on Tuesday 17 May at 1:30pm, on the second floor foyer. The press conference will be attended by Dragoș Pop and the Manager of ESUA, Lavinia Filip.
The performance MIDSUMMER’S NIGHT DREAM by W. Shakespeare, directed by Sorin Militaru, scheduled for Thursday 12 May 2011, is canceled.
The tickets can be reimbursed at the ticket agency or will be available, on request, for the next performance of the production.
Thank you for your understanding.
WUTHERING HEIGHTS, based on Emily Brontë’s novel, opens on Sunday 17 April 2011 at 7pm. Script and direction: Ada Lupu. Adaptation: Mariana Vartic, Translation: Henriette Yvonne Stahl. Original music: Tibor Cári. Set design: Cristian Rusu. Costums: Cristian Rusu and Smaranda Almăşan. Lightning design: Lucian Moga. Set design assistant: Arhidiade Mureşan. Cast: Catherine Earnshaw - Ramona Dumitrean; Heathcliff - Cristian Grosu; Edgar Linton - Ionuţ Caras; Hindley Earnshaw - Cătălin Herlo; Nelly Dean - Irina Wintze; Isabella Linton - Angelica Nicoară; Hareton Earnshaw - Cristian Rigman; Catherine Linton - Romina Merei; Linton Heathcliff - Silvius Iorga; Lockwood - Adrian Cucu; Frances - Patricia Boaru; Joseph - Petre Băcioiu.
The World Theatre Day was created in 1961 by the International Theatre Institute. It is celebrated annually on 27 March by the ITI Centers and the international theatre community. Various national and international theatre events are organized on this occasion. Each year an internationally renowned theatre personality sends the World Theatre Day International Message, a message in the name of theatre and peace.
The first World Theatre Day International Message was written by Jean Cocteau (France) in 1962.