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June 29, 2022

Tandarica Theatre tours China

The Tandarica Animation Theatre will leave on a tour in Guangzhou, China, where it will give ten representations of Alice Barb’s Chinese-language “Alice in Wonderland” play, a theatre communiqué shows, Mediafax informs. The tournament is taking place on September 15-25 and is part of the ten-year protocol that the Tandarica Animation Theatre, the Guangzhou Performance/Film Co Ltd and Belei Theatre signed after 2012 was declared “The Year of Intercultural Dialogue: European Union – China.” Meant to develop a structural cooperation between the Chinese people and the European Union’s cultural institutions, the project plans to promote and consolidate the mutual understanding of values and traditions through cultural exchanges and to establish a long-term dialogue on policies of joint interest, the communiqué shows.“Everyone has history, we have vision too. We have the vision to find markets for our cultural product, interesting and interested markets that know to appreciate and put to good use the Romanian animation,” Calin Mocanu, Tandarica Theatre’s manager and President of the International Association of Theaters for Children and Young People (ASSITEJ) Romania, stated. Calin Mocanu was designated last year, at the International Art Fair in Guangzhou, the best cultural manager-agent attending the event. The premiere of the Chinese-language “Alice in Wonderland” play took place on July 17 at the Tandarica Theatre in Bucharest. The Chinese-language version was made possible by well-known translator Simona Miclos, while the dubbing was made possible by young graduates from philology, music, arts and commerce faculties: Xue Bin, Wu Xiaoyu, Shi Yuhan, Ma Yuanyuan, Fang Shuang, Yang Zheng, Fang Sen and Jia Zhiha.

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