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11 Sep 2014 Romanian Theatre at Bucharest and Chisinau
Romanian Theatre at Bucharest and Chisinau

The largest cultural exchange between two National Theatres, that of Bucharest and Chisinau, will take place between 11-28 September 2014, as part of a grand tour under a common denominator: the Romanian language. On this occasion, a total of 7 representative performances from the repertoire of the two theatres will be held. The programme of the Romanian Theatre at Bucharest and Chisinau Tour opens on the 11th of September in Bucharest where, during 4 days, the Mihai Eminescu National Theatre of Chisinau will put forward some of its most successful shows of the current repertoire, each in a single representation: Love’s Dancing and Playing Tricks after William Shakespeare, directed by Alexandru Vasilache, The Twelve Chairs after Ilf and Petrov and The Chronicle of the Sneak Thieves after Aureliu Busuioc, both directed by Petru Hadarca, as well as Children of Famine. Testimonies by Alexei Vakulovski, directed by Luminita Tacu. Starting the 23rd of September, Mihai Eminescu National Theatre of Chisinau will be host for the following I.L.Caragiale National Theatre of Bucharest shows: The Dinner Game, Little Hell and The Suicide, each with two representations. The tour is supported by the Romanian Cultural Institute, OMV Petrom and Biofarm. Media partners: the Romanian Radio Society and the Romanian Television, which will reflect the event and promote its shows on TVR1, TVR2, TVR HD and TVR Moldova channels. Starting the 21th of August, the National Theatre of Bucharest’s ticketing agency will be open for reservations at the above-mentioned shows, which are bound to be unforgettable. Comedy and drama, subjects of recent history treated in a topical manner, terrible testimonies and amusing stories of profound humanity, brought on stage by a remarkable cast, all in a rich display of artistic mastery – these are just some of the reasons to choose one of the shows offered by the Mihai Eminescu National Theatre of Chisinau. Programme of the Bucharest-Chisinau tour    The Tour is supported by:         Media partners:                       Translated by: Ioana Axenoi-Pănescu                                                                                     Masters in Culture and Politics in the European and International Context, University of Bucharest        

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25 Sep 2012 The access to the Small Hall
The access to the Small Hall

The temporary access to the Small Hall is made through the streets from behind the theatre - through Str. Dr. Dimitrie Gerota for those who come from Blvd. Carol (from Rosetti Square or the Metro station, the National Theatre exit) or through Str. Batiştei. Translated by: Izabella Feher

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