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September 24, 2021
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Bucharest theatres open new season with new performances

Theatres in Bucharest, both state owned and independent ones, have chosen to open the 2013-2014 season, in their vast majority, with new, premiere shows.
The Bucharest National Theatre will present on September 22, in the Small Hall, the official premiere of one of the most famous plays of Victor Eftimiu, “Omul care a vazut moartea” (“The Man Who Saw Death”), directed by Dan Tudor.
The Nottara Theatre opens the new season on September 21with the play “Comedie de moda veche” (“Old Fashioned Comedy”) and the preview of the show “Un pic prea intim” (“A Little Too Intimate”) by Raijiv Joseph, directed by Cristi Juncu, which will have the official premiere together with other two shows – “Matrimoniale” (“Dating”) by Lia Bugnar, directed by Diana Lupescu and “Mobila si durere” (“Furniture and Pain”) by Teodor Mazilu, directed by Alice Barb, October 12 to 19, during the International Festival “Fest(In) on the Boulevard”.
“Tipografic majuscule” by Gianina Carbunariu will be the first premiere of the new season in the Odeon Theatre, the first performances being on September 20 and 21 in the Studio Hall, beginning at 7:30 p.m. The show is a co-production dramAcum and the International Theatre Festival in Nitra, Slovakia, and is part of the European project “Parallel Lives – The 20th century seen through the eyes of the secret police”.
Teatrul Evreiesc de Stat presents, at the beginning of the new season, in the “Theatre outside the theatre” cultural projects series that fall into the “Program to illustrate through theatre the Jewish traditions”. The first performance inside the theatre, “Nunta cu divort” (Wedding and divorce”) after Salom Alehem, directed by Dan Tudor will be played on September 22.
The show “Orfani” (“Orphans”), by Dennis Kelly, directed by Elena Morar, a psychological thriller about the contemporary reality will be the debut, on September 21 and 22, of the ACT Theatre season for 2013-2014. The Metropolis Theatre opened its new season at the beginning of September with the premiere of “Sex”, by Robert de Graaf, directed by Claudiu Goga.
The Bulandra Theatre chose to open the 2013-2014 season, on September 28, in the Ciulei Hall, with old shows, “Mamouret”, by Jean Sarment, directed by Dinu Cernescu and on September 29 there will be a performance with the play “Mestesugul vietii” (“The Art of Life”), by Hanoch Levi, directed by Felix Alexa, while at the Toma Caragiu Hall, they will perform “Triumful dragostei” (“The Triumph of Love” by Pierre de Marivaux, directed by Alexandru Darie.
The Bucharest Comedy Theatre will open the new season with four of the most appreciated plays of the previous seasons – “O scrisoare pierduta” (“A Lost Letter”), by I. L. Caragiale, directed by Alexandru Dabija (September 18), “Revizorul” (“The Government Inspector”) by N.V. Gogol, directed by Horatiu Malaele (September 19), “Spiritul de familie” (“The Family Spirit”) by Eric Assous, directed by Radu Beligan (September 20) and “Avarul indragostit” (“A Miser In Love”) after Moliere, directed by Vlad Massaci (September 22).

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