THE SARAH KANE DAYS invited to Cluj numerous national and international guests and presented productions based on the British author’s texts together with a round table debate and a public conference.
Graham Saunders, the author of ‘Love me or kill me’. Sarah Kane and the theatre of extremes was present alongside Cristina Modreanu, Andreea Dumitru, Elisabeta Pop, Mircea Morariu, Sorin Alexandrescu, bul also the psychiatrist dr. Doina Cosman and the psychologist Vargha Jenő László. They have participated to the round table debate and to the public conference by Graham Saunders.
The productions presented were: Phaedra’s Love directed by Mihai Măniuţiu, a production of Arad Theatre, and the productions of Cluj-Napoca National Theatre: Cleansed directed by Andrei Şerban, Quartet for a microphone, sound and choreographic installation by Vava Ştefănescu, 4.48 Psychosis directed by Mihai Măniuţiu and 4.48 Psychosis directed by Răzvan Mureşan.
THE PROGRAM OF THE EVENT:
At "Ioan Slavici" Clasic theatre in Arad:
Thursday, 4 December
7pm - Phaedra’s Love by Sarah Kane, directed by Mihai Măniuţiu
At Cluj-Napoca National Theatre:
Friday, 5 December
7pm, "Euphorion" Studio: Quartet for a microphone by
Saturday, 6 December
10am Debates panel
5pm, "Euphorion" Studio 4.48 Psychosis by Sarah Kane directed by Răzvan Mureşan - opening
7pm, Main Hall -4.48 Psychosis by Sarah Kane directed by Mihai Măniuţiu - opening
Sunday, 7 December
12pm, foyer - Conference by Graham Saunders
7pm, Main Hall - Cleansed by Sarah Kane directed by Andrei Şerban