Paul Cimpoieru
Light design:
Dana Paraschiv
Sound design:
Dana Paraschiv

Duration: 1 h / Pause: No


60 lei

50 lei

Independent show hosted by the National Theatre of Bucharest. The organiser is exclusively liable for the quality and content of this event!


Recommended age: +16 years

You can bring your girlfriend to the Love show (that's how it's done), but know that it's the kind of show you can see with your "ex" and your "spouse", but also with the ideal woman you haven't met yet or with the girl you've been staring at (come on, admit it!).

Love is a new kind of theatre. It's contemporary, it's alive, it's different from anything you've seen before, it's different.

It's a dance-theatre performance the likes of which you've only seen at festivals abroad, combining several styles and leaving you crushed at the end with a million moods and emotions.

It has all the ingredients: humor, sensitivity, comedy, poetry, and the newest combination of theater.

Love is something you've never seen before. Get ready for a new theatre experience.

Love is an unmissable performance in which Paul Cimpoieru, multi-disciplinary and multi-awarded artist, combines fascinatingly, in a style that you have surely never seen before: dance with image, fantasy with reality, words with silences.

So... if you know that love isn't all hearts & scented sticks & milk & honey, if you've had your neighbors knock into the radiator when you were at war with each other in the living room, if you've ever wanted to laugh with tears streaming down your cheeks, if you couldn't find the right words before the door slammed shut for good..., then chances are HomoLove will always be your favorite show. And your girlfriend's. And your spouse's. And maybe the girl's you've been staring at.

The performance has been presented at international festivals in Rome, Paris, Serbia, Hungary and is part of the Homo Sapiens trilogy, alongside Homo Americanus and Zeus.

Festival Awards:

* Award for Concept

** Award for Directing

*** Award for Interpretation

A Company 9 production in partnership with The Creative Moustache


Translated by Andreea Codrea-Boeriu 

  Paul Cimpoieru With the extraordinary participation of actress: Alexandra Stroe / Veronica Stoian
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