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FITO 2017 | DAY 4


Time flies when we are enjoying beautiful moments, and the three days of the festival that have passed have told us extraordinary stories and created unforgettable memories. On the fourth day of the Oradea International Theater Festival, the series of stories continues with six events that promise to transform an Oradea autumn afternoon into a memorable moment.

The festival day starts again with an event dedicated to theater and books. Mrs. Florica Ichim, theater critic and editor-in-chief of "Teatrul azi" magazine, invites you to the launch of the volumes "Alexandru Tocilescu se povesteste", which will also take place at the R&R bookstore on Republicii street, from 4:00 p.m. Two volumes dedicated to a director who made history in the Romanian theater, called "the most rebellious and free spirit in our theatrical world".

From 6:00 p.m., we invite you to two exceptional theater performances: "Migraaantsi or there are too many of us on this damn boat", by Matei Vișniec, directed by Ovidiu Caița, from the Teatrul de Vest Reșita, which will be performed at Sala Arcadia and "Play Strindberg", by Friedrich Dürrenmatt, directed by Matei Varodi, from the "Alexandru Davila" Theater in Pitesti, which will be performed at the Bihor National Center for Tourist Information and Promotion.

From 7:00 p.m., in the Great Hall, the Bucharest Comedy Theater invites you to the show "Today's Journey or Sexuality" by Martin Heckmanns, directed by Vlad Massaci, a show about the eternal war between generations.

From 21:00 we invite you to see the performance "In the heart of the night-Episode Lear", which will be played on the mobile stage located in Piata Unirii, where the entrance is free, with the mention that it must be made on the basis of prior reservation at the ticket agency. Also from 21:00, at the House of Culture of the Trade Unions, the Nottara Theater in Bucharest invites you to the show "Somnambulism", by Iaroslava Pulinovici, directed by Alexandru Mâzgăreanu, a show about lying and its repercussions, which is built on the counterpoint between dramatic and comical.

Also, don't forget to pass by the foyer to the left of the main entrance to the theater before the performances in the Great Hall, where the "Readers' Corner" is located, furnished with a lot of bookish spirit by R&R bookstores and coffeehouses.

Tickets went on sale at the Theater Ticket Agency from Tuesday to Friday between 10:00 and 19:00, and on weekends between 10:00 and 13:00. You can buy tickets an hour before the show or online on For additional information and ticket reservations, we invite you to call the phone number: 0259/440.742.




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