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The fifth edition of the International Festival of Living Statues will take place during May 30 – June 1, 2015, in Crangasi Park, in Bucharest.

“With this edition, in an anniversary year when Masca Theatre celebrates 25 years of existence, we return to our apostolic mission, which is to generate authentic cultural acts for people who need theatre the most, far away neighbourhoods in the centre of Bucharest”, the press release of the Masca Theatre points out. “This year, we will focus on Crangasi neighbourhood and District VI, places where we will be well received, respected, loved and awaited”, they also announced.

The visitors of the Festival will see on this occasion numerous living statues from abroad, but also the ones created especially for the Mask Theatre for this edition.

“The audience will admire, choose and appreciate, as they will have plenty of options, and they will vibrate along the fascinating and frequently impressive stories of the statues of an edition we want to make better than previous ones. We will be have by our side the weather, a green and beautiful park, a generous audience and we hope they will come in overwhelming number, as well as the respect and admiration of the District 6 officials, which awaits us and supports us with devotion and professionalism”, the Theatre representatives declared.


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