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NETA International Festival brings 13 theater plays at Bucharest National Theater

The NETA International Festival 2015, which brings to Bucharest 13 theatre plays from 10 NETA member countries, will start on August 28 and will run until September 4. The festival will feature national and international productions, comedy, drama and dance-theatre, classical as well as contemporary plays, collective creations and individual shows.
The Opening of the Festival will take place on Friday, August 28, at 6 p.m., at the Studio Hall, with “A midsummer night’s dream” by William Shakespeare.
On day two, Saturday, August 29, at 6 p.m., the Small Hall will host “Hurrah, Nosferatu!” by Andrej Skubič and in the Media Hall lobby the visitors can watch the “Theatre on a powder keg” photo exhibition signed by Florin Ghioca. Starting at 8 p.m., the Painting Hall will host “The powder keg” by Dejan Dukovski. At 10 p.m. there will be an entertaining programme offered by Lucian Maxim & friends (jazz).
Day three, August 30, will feature: 11 a.m., Media Hall, “Theatre and the ethics of being present,” a round table discussion hosted by George Banu, essayist, theatre critic, honorary President of IATC, Paris, France. The participants will be Radu Penciulescu (director, Sweden), Margarita Mladenova (playwright and director, Bulgaria), Stefan Ivanov (poet, playwright, Bulgaria), Felix Alexa (director, Romania); 6 p.m., Studio Hall, “Medea, my mother” by Ivan Dobcev and Stefan Ivanov; 8 p.m., Small Hall, “Dead man comes for his sweetheart” by Svetlana Makarovič.
Day four, August 31, will feature: 6 p.m., Painting Hall, “Tobelia” by Ljubomir Đurković; 8 p.m., Black Box Hall, “Confusions” based on the novel by Robert Musil; 10 p.m., Music and Theatre Improvisation Exercises (op.9), with Petre Ancutza and Emilian Marnea.
Day five, September 1, will feature: 10 a.m., Media Hall, “European theatre – art in the center of civil life,” a round table discussion hosted by Trevor Davies, Founder of the Copenhagen International Theatre (CIT) and director of more than 50 international performing arts festivals and Anca Ionita, Coordination Bureau Bucharest 2021, theatre critic; 12 p.m., Screening about the recent refurbishment of the National Theatre; 4 p.m. and 8 p.m., Black Box Hall, “The word father,” a Koreja Production; 6 p.m., Studio Hall, “Veryman ðilas “by Radmila Vojvodić.
Day six, September 2, will feature: 11 a.m., Media Hall, “Balkan drama facing a controversial reality,” a round table discussion hosted by Doina Papp, theatre critic. The participants will be: Dominique Dolmieu (director, editor, France), Cristian Theodor Popescu (director), Radu Macrinici (author, director of the ATELIER Festival in Sf. Gheorghe), Prof. Ruxandra Lambru (translator), Marius Manole (actor), Eric Vigner (Theatre de Lorient, France); 8 p.m., Grand Hall Cyril and Methodius, “Who are you?!” by Jordan Plevneš.
Day seven, September 3, will feature: 6 p.m., Black Box Hall, “Helver’s night” by Ingmar Vilkvist; 8 p.m., Studio Hall, “Long day’s journey into night” by Eugene O’Neill; 10 p.m., the Club, Tania Popa (actress) – Russian Songs.
The final day of the Festival, Friday, September 4, will feature: 6 p.m., Grand Hall, “Electra after Sophocles” directed by Andriy Zholdak.
The ticket booth of the National Theatre is located in the lobby of the Studio Hall. For more information about the festival see www.tnb.ro.

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