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Here you can find all the news about the Oradea International Theater Festival - FITO. Press releases containing information about entries to the Cocurs (Short Theater Festival), performances, program or awards.
Start FITO 2024! The complete program of the 9th edition of the Oradea International Theater Festival.

The Oradea International Theater Festival reopens its doors this year for the 9th edition in June, more precisely from June 1 to 9, 2024, continuing the tradition started in 2013 in the format of a large and diverse festival, but also in 1976 through the Festival of Teatru Curt, currently included in FITO.

The selection jury of the Short Theater Festival, due to the large number of entries to the festival, decided to extend the deliberation period until the date of April 8, 2024, when the official selection of the competition section of the Oradea International Theater Festival (FITO) will be announced.

Short Theater Festival is a unique cultural manifestation in the Romanian theatrical landscape, with a longevity that is hard to match, the first edition taking place in 1976. Until 2013, when the FITO macrostructure was created, it functioned as an independent festival. Since 2013, it has become the main section of the Oradea International Theater Festival and has a competitive character.

Thank you for your understanding and we hope to see you again this year at FITO!

The Regina Maria Theater in Oradea announces the start of registrations for the 27th edition of the Short Theater Festival, which will take place during June 1-9, 2024.

Performances eligible for selection in the festival must fall within the specifics of the short theater festival (not to exceed 90 minutes; no intermission).

The application period is open between January 22, 2024 – March 22, 2024, with the list of performances announced for the festival to be announced on 1 April.

The award for the best actress goes to the actress Emőke Kató for the role of Ester Nagy in the show "ALL THE THINGS ALOIS TOOK FROM ME". The award for the best actor goes to the actor Pavel Sîrghi for the role of Ică in the show "The Last" by Mimi Brănescu, directed by Denisa Irina Vlad - Regina Maria Theater The award for the best direction goes to the director Andrei Măjeri for the performances "All the things that I Alois took them" and "Heroine". The prize for the best show is given to the show "The Zinc Boys" dramatization, stage adaptation and direction: YURI KORDONSKY, Bulandra Theater Bucharest. The special prize of the jury is awarded to the performance "A lost letter in concert" by ILCaragiale, concert performance by Ada Milea - National Theater "Lucian Blaga", Cluj-Napoca
The Oradea International Theater Festival reopens its doors this year for the 8th edition in June, more precisely from June 1 to 11, 2023, continuing the tradition started in 2013 in the format of a large and diverse festival, but also in 1976 through the Festival of Teatru Curt, currently included in FITO.

Oradea International Theater Festival is a large-scale cultural event, which aims to provide a space dedicated to theatrical arts, through which to stimulate cultural consumption, support and promote local dramatic creations, Romanian and foreign theatrical productions, as well as create opportunities for Romanian and foreign artists to share experiences of good practices, innovative ideas and to initiate national and international partnerships as diverse as possible.

The "Regina Maria" Theater in Oradea announces the start of registrations for the 26th edition of the Short Theater Festival. The event, unique in the Romanian theatrical landscape, will take place between June 9 and 19, 2022.

The 7th edition of the Oradea International Theater Festival has come to an end, after eight intensive days of theater. One of the most anticipated moments of the festival is the awarding of the Short Theater Festival awards - competition section, which this year is in its 25th edition.
SUNDAY, JUNE 2 17:00 – Arcadia Hall – SHOW IN COMPETITION SUICIDAL based on texts by Luigi Pirandello, directed by Norbert Boda – Baia Mare Municipal Theater – 1 h 30 min 18:30 – Great Hall FITO opening ceremony

The Regina Maria Theatre, in partnership with the FITO Cultural Foundation, with the support of the Bihor County Council and the Oradea City Hall, is very pleased to announce the 7th edition of the Oradea International Theater Festival, which will take place during 2 – 9 June 2019.

The shows that will be part of this year's edition a  of the Oradea International Theater Festival are the following*:

The Regina Maria Theatre, in partnership with the FITO Cultural Foundation, with the support of the Bihor County Council and the Oradea City Hall, is very pleased to announce the 7th edition of the Oradea International Theater Festival, which will take place during 2 – 9 June 2019.

The "Regina Maria" Theater in Oradea announces the start of registrations for the 25th edition of the Short Theater Festival. The event, unique in the Romanian theatrical landscape, will take place between June 2 and 9, 2019.

Registrations start on February 4 and will last until April 23, 2019. The shows selected to participate in the competition section will be announced by May 10, 2019.

The 6th edition of the Oradea International Theater Festival has come to an end. One of the most anticipated moments of the festival is the awarding of the Short Theater Festival awards - the competition section, which is in its XXIV edition.

The selection of the SHORT THEATER FESTIVAL was made this year by Victoria Balint - head of the cultural projects and public relations office at the Regina Maria Theatre. The following shows entered the competition:

The Oradea International Theater Festival is slowly, slowly approaching the end. There are only two days left in which we will be able to enjoy the events proposed by the Queen Maria Theater during the festival.

On Saturday, September 29, from 3:00 p.m., we invite you to the performance-reading "SUB-SOUL", written and directed by Crista Bilciu, in which the actors Petre Ghimbășan and Emil Sauciuc will be the protagonists. Text is the winner "Dramatic creation competition dedicated to the short play", 2017 edition, competition that is part of the Short Theater Festival.

The sixth day of the Oradea International Theater Festival offers spectators three shows that are in the competition section - Short Theater Festival. The judging will have a busy day, but the challenge is sure to be an exciting one as the show proposals are up to par.

From 5:00 p.m., at Sala Arcadia, Unteatru Bucharest offers the Oradea audience a show starring the actors Constantin Cojocaru and Gelu Nițu: "Vârstele lunii", by Sam Shepard, directed by Toma Dănilă.

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