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Because you are close to us in everything we do, we have decided that you, our audience, should be the ones to decide the winner of the Award for BEST PERFORMANCE OF THE 2013/2014 THEATRE SEASON.

During the fourth edition of the Cluj International Meetings, Cluj Napoca National Theatre initiates the AWARDS OF THE NATIONAL THEATRE (8-12 October 2014).

We invite you to vote your favorite performance of the 2013/2014 theatre season, by following the link below, no later than 10 October, 7 p.m., when the award ceremony takes place.


Vote here


Thank you and we look forward to seeing you at the theatre! 

 



IN MEMORIAM

 

VASILICA STAMATIN

(22 November 1964 - 7 September 2014)

 

The actress Vasilica Stamatin left this world way too soon, following a long and hard suffering.

Born in 1964 in Piatra Neamţ, Vasilica Stamatin graduated from the Târgu-Mureş Theatre Institute, class of 1988.

In 1999 she became an actress of the Cluj-Napoca National Theatre, an institution she devotedly served until the end of 2010.  

Intelligent, with a witty spirit, cheerful, trusted comrade, Vasilica Stamatin completed her theoretical studies by graduating from, and also successfully obtaining her PhD at, the Faculty of Psychology.

In the two decades she acted on the stage of the Cluj Napoca National Theatre, she portrayed a diverse array of characters, in both comedy and drama. Here are a few of her most memorable roles: The Fiancé in Personality transfer byD. Solomon, Mommina in Tonight we improvise by Luigi Pirandello, Mrs. Ford in Falstaff, based on W. Shakespeare, Hermia in A Midsummer Nights Dream by W. Shakespeare, Judith in Boeing-Boeing by Marc Camoletti, The Doctor in The Colonel Bird by Hristo Boytchev, Duniasha in The Cherry Orchard Sequel by Nic Ularu, Gillian/Deidre in RocknRoll by Tom Stoppard, in collaboration with important directors such as Alexandru Dabija, V.I. Frunză, Anca Bradu, Mihai Măniuţiu, Andrei Şerban.

The part of Toinette in The Imaginary Invalid by Molière, directed by Sanda Manu, was one of her most beloved parts, keeping her close to her audience for many years.

Now that we must part, we, her colleagues, want to bid her farewell. Her memory will remain alive in our souls in the souls of those that admired her.

 

May she rest in peace!



Cluj-Napoca National Theatre resumed its activity with the rehearsals for a new production, The Extraterrestrial Clowns. The production is directed by the professor and American theatre personality Eli Simon and is a sequel to his previous success on the stage of the Cluj-Napoca National Theatre, The War of the Clowns. The preview is scheduled for Tuesday, 23 September, 7pm and the premiere will take place on Friday, 10 October, during the fourth edition of the Cluj International Meetings, event organized by the Cluj Napoca National Theatre.


The next preview will be Mein Kampf by George Tabori, directed by Alexandru Dabija, on Tuesday, 30 September, 7 pm. The premiere will take place on Sunday, 12 October, during the above mentioned event.

 

The new theatre season will open on Friday, 12 September, 7pm, with the performance The Aureliu Manea Trilogy, by Aureliu Manea, directed by Gábor Tompa.

 


Looking forward to seeing you at our performances!



The performance God of Carnage by Yasmina Reza, translated in Romanian by Tudor Ţepeneag, will open Thursday, 24 July 2014, at 7pm. Directed by Cristian Hadji-Culea, designed by: Valentin Codoiu, assistant designer: Cătălina Chirilă. Cast: Irina Wintze, Marian Râlea, Diana Buluga, Miron Maxim.


God of Carnage / Le Dieu du carnage was written in 2006. Jurgen Gösch staged it at the Schauspielhaus in Zürich, and then the author herself directed the production of the play at the Antoine Theatre from Paris, with the following cast: Isabelle Huppert, André Marcon, Valérie Bonneton and Éric Elmosnino. Roman Polanski’s film, Carnage, based on a script designed by the playwright herself and for which she won the award for best film adaptation at the 2011 edition of the Cannes Film Festival, contributed to her fame. The film had a prestigious cast: Jodie Foster, Kate Winslet, John C. Reilly and Christoph Waltz. For her plays, the author received important awards such as the Laurence Olivier Award (UK) and the Tony Award (USA).


In the living-room of the Houllié family, a room full of books and with pictures depicting an African war zone on the wall, the Reille family arrives, invited to discuss a seemingly unimportant event: Ferdinand, the child of the Reille family, damaged the front teeth of Bruno, the boy of the Houllié family. The encounter starts in a civilized manner, as dictated by social conventions, only to degenerate in a frantic, yet bitterly amusing, confrontation between the two couples, which reveals all the frustrations of married life.