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The first festival dedicated to Cluj drama is organized by Cluj-Napoca National Theatre and will take place in 27-29 November 2012 with the support of Cluj-Napoca City Hall and Local Council, in partnership with JAD Cultural Association.

The Festival of Cluj Drama will present five productions based on texts written by playwrights from Cluj and a round table, organized in partnership with the Writers’ Union in Romania - Cluj Section.


The festival aims to promote the playwriting in Cluj on a local, national and international scale and to culturally diversify the city in the perspective of Cluj-European Capital of Culture 2021.

The main objectives of the project are bringing the audience close to the playwriting in Cluj, promoting the playwrights in Cluj, promoting 100% Cluj theatre productions, diversifying Cluj-Napoca National Theatre’s list of events, promoting Cluj-Napoca National Theatre’s image and the local values.

The Cluj-Napoca National Theatre’s productions to be presented during the event are: Hells Cabaret by Flavius Lucăcel, directed by Sorin Misirianţu, The Way to the Indies by Ovidiu Pecican and Alexandru Pecican, directed by László Vadas, Our Brave Micşa! by Radu Ţuculescu, directed by Tudor Lucanu, My Wife, Shakespeare by Cornel Udrea, directed by Tudor Lucanu and The Gate by András Hatházi, directed by Tudor Lucanu.

The program of the festival:

Tuesday 27 November, 5pm, "Euphorion" Studio
HELLS CABARET by Flavius Lucăcel
directed by: Sorin Misirianţu

Tuesday 27 November, 8pm, "Euphorion" Studio
THE WAY TO THE INDIES by Ovidiu Pecican and Alexandru Pecican
director and designer: László Vadas

Wednesday 28 November, 5pm, "Euphorion" Studio
OUR BRAVE MICȘA! by Radu Țuculescu
directed by: Tudor Lucanu

Wednesday 28 November, 8:30pm, "Euphorion" Studio
directed by: Tudor Lucanu

Thursday 29 November, 11am, Writers’ Union Cluj
PLAYWRIGTS FROM CLUJ - round table debate

Thursday 29 November, 7pm, "Euphorion" Studio
THE GATE by András Hatházi
direction and designer: Tudor Lucanu

The Festival of Cluj Playwriting is organized with the support of Cluj-Napoca City Hall and Local Council.