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by William Shakespeare
translated to Romanian by Virgil Teodorescu and Șt. O. Iosif
adapted by Tudor Lucanu

director: Tudor Lucanu
set and costume design: Alina Herescu
music: Șerban Ursachi
choreographer: Vava Ștefănescu
set and costume design assistant: Anda Pop
lighting designer: Jenel Moldovan

Julieta: Sânziana Tarța
Romeo: Matei Rotaru
Doica: Anca Hanu
Lorenzo: Cornel Răileanu
Mercuțio: Sorin Leoveanu
Tybalt: Ionuț Caras
Paris: Adrian Cucu
Benvolio: Radu Lărgeanu
Capulet: Ovidiu Crişan
Lady Capulet: Angelica Nicoară
Lady Montague: Irina Wintze
Escalus: Cătălin Herlo
Peter, Spițerul: Cristian Rigman
Balthazar: Miron Maxim
Rosalina: Diana Buluga
Abraham: Ruslan Bârlea

stage manager: Ioan Negrea, Constantin Pojonie
lighting technicians: Mădălina Mânzat, Alexandru Corpodean, Ionuț Maier
sound technician: Marius Rusu
sufleur: Crina Onaca

Romeo and Juliet is, perhaps, Shakespeare's most famous play, enjoying immense popularity ever since it was written in 1597. The theme of the unhappy lovers, existent in Greek culture, is revived in the Middle Ages, by the Italian short story author Matteo Bandello, whom Shakespeare borrowed it from. Love and death are combined here as fundamental alternatives of existence. The two lovers are subjugated by the deep feeling of love, transforming it in a significant symbol, capable of ignoring everything and everyone. In the background, interwoven in their love story, the climate of hatred and revenge of the two families transpires and gives even greater poignancy to the love and unity in death of the two young lovers.



 As conceived by the young director Tudor Lucanu, the story will unfold within two tailor shops. The lifeless mannequin-bodies cover the austere space, with black panels and lateral mirrors. Stands with different color silk rolls divide, like a wall, the space in which the two enemy families lead their existence. In a world of "fashion" and fashion design, the costumes represent a sort of masks which, in the end, are discarded by the murdered characters, thus exiting the story. On the soundtrack of sharp tailoring objects, especially scissors, but also the noise of the sewing machines, the music of ideal love, able to transgress the borders of live, in the afterworld, covers the entire production, connecting the contemporaneity with the eternity.

Ticket prices:

60 lei, 50 lei, 40 lei, 30 lei, 20 lei, 10 lei (în funcţie de locul din sala de spectacol);

10 lei (reducere pentru elevi și studenți);
20 lei, 15 lei (reducere pentru pensionari).

Audience Award for Best Production, at the Cluj-Napoca National Theatre Awards Gala, 2016.



Opening date: Saturday, June 25 2016

Main stage
2h 10 min.