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June 25, 2022
ARTS & LEISURE

Polish contemporary theatre at the Peasant’s Museum

Tomorrow, the Romanian Peasant Museum will be hosting a reading show of the theatre play “The Suitcase” by Malgorzata Sikorska-Miszczuk, directed by Theodor-Cristian Po­pes­cu. The show will also provide an opportunity for the launch of the volume Psihotera­polica. An anthology of polish contemporary theatre, Art Publishing House, 2011. Accor­ding to a release from the Polish Institute, the event is a special edition of the meetings with the readers of the “Observator Cultural” magazine, under the generic name “Formula 3”, thanks to the sponsorship and participation of the Polish Institute in Bucharest. The cast consists of Vlad Oancea, Simona Ghita, Conrad Mericoffer, Critina Toma, Theo Marton and Rolando Matsangos. The event will be attended by Natalia Mosor – deputy director, the Polish Institute, Carmen Musat – editor-in-chief Observator Cultural, Iulia Popovici – anthology coordinator, and Adina Dinitoiu, the book’s editor. Writer Ion Vianu is the special guest for the event. Volume two of the anthology of Polish contemporary theatre (Art Publishing House, 2011), brings together a number of theatre plays selected by theatre critic Iulia Popovici. The plays offer an updated picture of Polish theatre, including the most recent trends in the field.

Venue: Soseaua Kiseleff nr. 3, Intrarea Monetariei, 7.00 pm

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