On the occasion of World Theatre Day, Cluj-Napoca National Theatre organizes the 6th edition of the DOORS OPEN DAY event, by now established as a tradition. The event will take place Thursday, 27 March 2014, 10:00-18:00.
On 21 March we celebrate World Poetry Day. This was declared by UNESCO in 1999, as recognition for the remarkable contributions to enriching universal culture and spirituality brought by scholars and literates across the world. At the same time, World Poetry Day desires to support poetic creation, the dialogue between poetry and other genres, the publishing and promotion of poetry as an art open to the people.
"As a deep expression of the human mind and as a universal art, poetry is a tool for dialogue and rapprochement. The dissemination of poetry helps to promote dialogue among cultures and understanding between peoples because it gives access to the authentic expression of a language." (from the UNESCO’S Director-General’s Message, Irina Bokova, on the occasion of World Poetry Day)
Cluj-Napoca National Theatre invites you Friday, 21 March, on Wolrd Poetry Day, to two recital performances:
Friday, 21 March, 19:00, Studio „Art Club"
CAUTION, ANGELS FALLING!
Based on poems by Sânziana and Marcel Mureșeanu
Director: Medeea Iancu
Choreography: Luminița Toader
Set design: Arhidiade Mureșan
one-woman show with Elena Ivanca
Friday, 21 March, ora 19:00, Studio „Euphorion"
Love poems recital
one-man show with Sorin Leoveanu
Tickets are available at the ticket agency, P-ţa Ştefan cel Mare nr. 14, as well as online at biletmaster.ro.
4 February 1945 - 13 March 2014
The director Aureliu Manea was born in Bucharest, on 4 February 1945, in a family of artists (his father was First Trombonist in the orchestra of the Bucharest Opera). Aureliu Manea graduated from the „I. L. Caragiale" Theatre and Film Institute, Bucharest, in 1968, and his professors were Radu Penciulescu and Mihai Dimiu. He debuted in the same year at the Sibiu National Theatre with Rosmersholm by H. Ibsen. The production was shocking due to its daring approach to the play, and Manea became known from the very beginning as a "spiritual leader" of his generation, a "visionary".
We would like to submit to your attention the following changes in the program for March: