Famous actor Radu Beligan will make “Confessions about life and art” to Bucharesters on June 4 and 5, at Sala Mica a Palatului, a show that will feature recollections about theater personalities who, in years, marked his destiny and career, as well as confessions and opinions about Romanian theater today.
Announced for June 4, the show was a sold-out in just two weeks, so the organizers answered the public’s request and decided to run it also on June 5, starting 7:00 PM.
“I love theater, which is the art of telling about oppositions. Theater teaches you how to know and love other people,” writes the master of the Romanian stage, in the prelude to his book “Notes of insomniac.”
Launched last year in a limited circulation (900 copies), the book is still available at Sala Mica a Palatului, autographed by the author.
A personality of Romanian theater for the last 70 years, Radu Beligan was born on December 14, 1918 and through the years, he built one of the most prestigious and prolific careers, in dozens of theatrical plays, TV and cinema productions.
In the 2008-2009 season of the Bucharest National Theater, the great actor plays in “Take, Ianke and Cadar” and “Egoistul” (The Egotist).