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December 10, 2022
ARTS & LEISURE

Living Statues Festival in Herastrau

Masca <Mask Theater Bucharest lunches the 3rd Living Statues International Festival, in Herastrau Park, June 21 – 24. This year’s festival will run under the logo “With the Walking Cane thru Bucharest” – the title of a book written by Romanian poet Tudor Arghezi. “We set out to show Bucharesters, and not only, even a bit of the unseen side of the splendor of a capital where the East and the West meet. You will encounter the echoes of many of Bucharest’s historic periods, from mid 19th century and until today, you will discover the destinies of some illustrious cultural figures, all thanks to the Mask ‘living statues innovation,” says Mihai Malaimare, manager Masca Theater, according to whom guests will include artists from the UK, The Netherlands, Ukraine, Russia and Bulgaria, many of them champions, winners of some prestigious contests who “will express a point of view in obvious agreement with the Masca Theater proposal”. Among the Masca Theater performances at this year’s  la festival: “Park”, “Destiny”, “Chimney Cleaners”, “Sweet Girls”, “Angels”, “The Freckled”, “Little Angels”, “Shadows on Victoriei Road”, “A Lost Letter”, “A Tempestuous Night”, “Fior d’Amor in Bucuresci”.
More information at www.masca.ro

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