Cluj-Napoca National Theatre will participate, for the second time in a row, to the "SLAVIJA 2013" International Theatre Festival in Belgrade, Serbia. The festival takes place in 9-16 March and will present productions from 7 countries (USA, Kazakhstan, Bulgaria, Montenegro, Morocco, Romania, Serbia). Cluj-Napoca National Theatre will participate with THE OTHER DEATH OF JOAN D’ARC by Stefan Tsanev, directed by Nic Ularu, costumes Călina Langa, with: Eva Crişan, Cornel Răileanu and Emanuel Petran.
This is the 12th edition of SLAVIJA International Theatre Festival. Its organizers wish to "enchant their audiences with exceptional artistic productions, in order to continue the tradition of the festival" (prof. dr Raško V. Jovanović, the president of the Festival’s Jury).
THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA by William Shakespeare opens at Cluj-Napoca National Theatre on Saturday 9 March 2013 at 7pm in the Main Auditorium. Script: Ada Lupu based on the Romanian translationas by Codruţa Popov and Geanina Jinaru-Doboş.
The production directed by Ada Lupu inspires freedom and modernity. The action had been transposed in our days, the set, designed by Adrian Damian, combines old elements with modern ones, and Tibor Cári’s music and Alina Lăţan’s costumes dress up these forms, supporting the actor’s performances.
Cluj-Napoca National Theatre has implemented an electronical system for the selling of tickets.
Starting 11 February 2013, the tickets can also be bought online through www.biletmaster.ro. The electronic tickets can be printed or transferred to a smartphone in order to be validated at the entrance.
The ticket agency will still be selling tickets. The tickets have a new design and contain suplimentary security elements and are emitted through the same integrated system.
The performance TARTUFFE by Molière scheduled for Sunday 27 January 2013 is rescheduled for Friday 1 February 2013 7pm, due to medical reasons.
The tickets can be reimbursed at the ticket agency or will be available, on request, for the performance on 1 February.
Thank you for your understanding and we apologize for the inconvenience.