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STUDIES

- Faculty of Letters, University "Babeș-Bolyai", Cluj, Romanian-French Department, class of 1973, with a mean of 10 (ten) at the BA diploma exam;

- Theoretical High School "Nicolae Bălcescu", Department of Humanities, class of 1969.

 



AFFILIATIONS AND AWARDS

- Member of the International Association of Theatre Critics, Romanian section, A.I.C.T.RO, from 1998;

- Member of the Romanian Association of Theatre Artists, UNITER, from 1997.

- The "Cultural Honor" Order of Chevalier, category D, „Performance Art".

 



FOREIGN LANGUAGES

French and Hungarian.




PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY

 

- Employee of the Cluj National Theatre from 1978 to present:

- co-organiser of the Cluj National Theatres Gala (1994, 1996, 1998, 2000 editions), with participants from the country and from abroad;

- organiser of exhibitions of rare books, photography and painting within mentioned festivals;

- guest in radio and TV shows in the country and abroad on the occasion of performances of the Cluj National Theatre in tours or other festivals;

- conception and issuing of advertising materials (posters, flyers, hall programs and press files) in an innovative graphic presentation meant to promote a new identity for the National Theatre during 1990-2010;

- dramaturgy for 2001 Vlad Mugur's performance of W. Shakespeare's Hamlet;

- assisstance for the following performances: Molière's The Imaginary Invalid, directed by Sanda Manu; H. Boicev's The Colonel and the Birds, directed by Alexandru Dabija; Sarah Kane's Cleansed, a performance by Andrei Șerban; Patrick Marber's Don Juan in Soho, a performance by Andrei Șerban; Tom Stoppard's Rock 'n' Roll, directed by Andrei Șerban and Dana Dima; W. Shakespeare's King Lear and Eugène Ionesco's The Bald Soprano, performances by Gábor Tompa; W. Shakespeare's As You Like It, directed and choreographed by Péter Uray;

- reorganization of the Cluj National Theatre's library and archives according to current international standards;

- organizer of charity performances for multiple sclerosis invalids, in collaboration with The Multiple Sclerosis Association, during 1996-1998;

- organizer of press conferences for premieres, performances or festivals.

 

- 1973-1978: teacher of French and Romanian;

- 1975-1976: Intensive Romanian classes for foreign students at the „Babeş-Bolyai" University in Cluj-Napoca. 

 



LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

 

I. Collective volumes:

- The Cluj-Napoca National Theatre, monographic study, 1919-1994, volume edited by Cluj-Napoca National Theatre, Cluj, 1994;

- The „Puck" Puppet Theatre 1950-2000 - monographic study (Chapter „50 years of professional puppetry in Cluj", Cluj, Remus Publishing, 2000;

- Vlad Mugur, Performance of Death, volume conceived and realized by Marta Petreu and Ion Vartic (Chapter „Rehearsals Memorial" and the interview „Values become stronger through simplification"), Cluj, Apostrof Library Publishing, 9/2001.

- In course of publication: Ștefan Braborescu Flashes Portrait, The Romanian Theatre Gallery, volume supported by UNITER, Bucharest, 2017

 

II. Journalism

- Theatre reviews in journals: Theatre Today, Literary Romania, The Star, The Tribune, The Scene, The Apostrophe, The Cluj Truth (The Torch) journal and so on.

 

III. Translations of theatre plays

- Sylvaine Zaburowski's Maryline and The Birds (1991);

- Françoise Sagan's Castle in Sweden (1996).

 

IV. Scientific Papers

- The Colloquy Romanian Directors returned from Exile, organized by the "G. Oprescu" Institute of Art History and A.I.C.T.RO, Bucharest, 18 0ctober 2016, the paper Vlad Mugur and "the great theatre"

- The Nottara Theatre Days - The Eye and the Sight, Bucharest, December, 2013, the paper Between the Critic's Eye and the Public's Sight

- The International Theatre Festival, Santander (Spain), October 2009, a conference about Sarah Kane's Dramaturgy, the Santander University's Aula Magna

- The Plzen (Czech Republic) International Theatre Festival, 11-21 October 2007 - live TV show.

- The Zsámbék Saturdays Cultural Festival and the Summer Theatre (Hungary), 14 August, 2004 - live TV show;

- The inauguration of the South-Eastern Europe National Theatres Club, at the Bucharest National Theatre, 6-8 June 2003, the paper Dramaturgy of Minorities.

- The Comedy Festival, Bucharest, May 2003, the paper - Whither Comedy?;

- "Vlad Mugur Memorial Days", May 2002, The Hungarian State Theatre, Cluj;

- Vlad Mugur Colloquy, November 2001, The National Theatre Festival, Bucharest;

- „I.L. Caragiale Days", the XXth edition, 30-31 January 1998, Craiova, the paper „I.L. Caragiale in the Cluj National Theatre repertory";

- „Marin Sorescu Days", Craiova, the paper „The Third Thorn" at the Cluj National Theatre, May 1998;

- „Cartagena Days" International Theatre Festival, Tunis (Tunisia), October 1997 - live TV show;

- The Eugène Ionesco Festival, Erfurt (Germany), June 1997 - press conference;

- The Shakespeare International Theatre Festival, Craiova, May 1997, the paper „Is Shakespeare still our contemporary?";

- The Belef Festival, Belgrad (Serbia), July 1995 - press conference;

- The Hradeč-Kralove (Czech Republic) International Theatre Festival, June 1995 - press conference;

- The Cluj Culture Days, Paris, (France), May 1995, TV interview with Jean-Pière Würz, state secretary minister in the French Ministry of Culture.