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“Common People” Tell Their Stories in Switzerland

On 10 and 11 March, Chur (in the Grisons canton, Switzerland) will host the international literary event “4+1 Translatar Tradurre Übersetzen Traduire”. The international event showcases the art of literary translation between the four official languages of Switzerland (German, French, Italian and Romansh), and a guest language; this year’s programme focuses on Romanian. More than 20 translators, editors and authors from Switzerland and abroad will present their works to th..
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“Electra”, a performance beyond words

Located in the Jiangxi Province of China, the city of Fuzhou was host to the first edition of the Tang Xianzu International Theatre Festival, at which the “Radu Stanca” National theatre of Sibiu was an honorary guest, with the performance “Electra”, directed by Mihai Măniuțiu, the only Romanian presence at the event. The performance took place on the 26th of October and was the closing event of the debut edition. Following the audiences’ reaction, the organizers exp..
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“Faust” returns with new cast

“Faust”, one of the most anticipated performances of the “Radu Stanca” National Theatre in Sibiu, returns to Fabrica de cultură, as the first two representations of this year are scheduled for 8 and 9 April. An important landmark of Romanian theatre after 1989, the “Radu Stanca” National Theatre production premiered on 19 September 2007, and was one of the reference projects in the Programme of Sibiu European Capital of Culture 2007. Listed as one the best..
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“I will try to share with my future students everything I in turn have learnt from my meetings with well-known directors.” Ofelia Popii, form teacher at the Sibiu Theatre and Cultural Management School.

Starting with the university year 2018-2019, Ofelia Popii, one of the most famous and loved theatre and film actresses in Romania, will be a form teacher at the Theatre and Cultural Management School within the Department of Drama and Theatre Studies at “Lucian Blaga” University of Sibiu. Thursday, 13 September 2018, is the last day when you can enrol to the BA course within the Sibiu Theatre and Cultural Management School. ‘I will try to share with my future students every..
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“Jerusalem”, directed by Bogdan Sărătean, to be played on Saturday with a full house.
‘I’ve been through hell making this show. For the text is very hard and highly charged.’

Tonight (Friday, 22 February), at the Big Hall, the “Radu Stanca” National Theatre in Sibiu presents a preview of the performance based on the play “Jerusalem”, by Jez Butterworth, directed by Bogdan Sărătean; we only have six seats left downstairs and 27 at the balcony. The show premiers on Saturday, 23 February 2019, at 7 p.m., and is sold out. The next representations are scheduled for 17 March and 10 April 2019, and tickets are up for sale. ‘We all have the ..

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Happy birthday, Ioana Cosma!

Today is the birthday of TNRS actress Ioana Cosma, known to the audience by her roles in “Past Perfect”, directed by Alexandra Badea, “Don’t Dress for Dinner”, directed by Șerban Puiu, “Mineblindedness”, dire..

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The universe of “Yvonne” is created by scenographer Andreea Săndulescu.
Andreea Săndulescu has collaborated with renowned Romanian theatres, as well as with famous pop artists, such as Inna, Delia, and Deepcentral.

On Saturday, 18 May 2019, starting 7 p.m., at the Big Hall, the “Radu Stanca” National Theatre in Sibiu presents the premiere of “Yvonne”, directed by Botond Nagy. The scenography of the play was created by Andreea Săndulescu,..

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TNRS: four nominations at the 2019 UNITER Awards and as many prizes.
“The Scarlet Princess” won Best 2018 Romanian Performance.

The National Theatre in Cluj-Napoca hosted the 27th edition of the UNITER Awards. The “Radu Stanca” National Theatre in Sibiu was nominated at four categories and won the UNITER prize for each of these: Andreea Tecla and Mădălina Niculae ..

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