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September 24, 2021

The satire Family Affairs, first premiere of the season at Odeon Theatre in Bucharest

At the beginning of the season, the Odeon Theatre in Bucharest lures its viewers and theatre enthusiasts with a fabulous performance, staged in Radu Afrim’s unmistakable manner that attracts countless fans who cannot get enough of seeking “hidden meanings” in his creations. The politically incorrect comedy “Family Affairs”, by Rosa Liksom, a writer and visual artist from Laponia, will be performed by an impressive cast, including Marius Damian, Antoaneta Zaharia, Virginia Rogin, Nicoleta Lefter, Ruxandra Maniu, Cezar Antal, Mihai Smarandache, Vlad Birzanu, Dan Iosif, Nicu Coman, Rodica Mandache and Pavel Bartos.
The first performances will be held on October 2, 3 and 8, starting at 7 PM.
Rosa Liksom has declared that writing and art in general are a form of existence for her. Considered as a terrible child of Finnish literature and a reckless anarchist, Liksom preserves these features as an anarchist, too.
“Family affairs”, her debut play in 1993, is genuine and irresistible trah theatre, a junk opera that makes fun of all taboos.
Based on topics such as animal rights, climate changes, economy based on an insatiable market, the freedom movement of men exploited by wives and children, Family affairs is an original contemporary satire as we rarely see on Romanian stages.

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