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Official selection of the Short Theater Festival, 23rd edition, 2017


Queen Mary Theatre from Oradea announces the official selection of performances that will participate in the XXIII edition of the Short Theater Festival, the competition section of Oradea International Theater Festival, in its 5th edition, which will take place between September 24 and October 1, 2017. The selection was made this year by theater critic Mircea Morariu.

The shows that will honor us with their presence at this edition in the COMPETITION section are the following:

  1. AN OAK TREE, by Tim Crouch, directed by Bobi Pricop – Piatra Neamț Youth Theatre

  2. FAT PIG, by Neil LaBute, directed by Laura Moldovan - Dramatic Theater "Fani Tardini" Galati

  3. CABINET, Ronald Harwood, directed by Ovidiu Caița – Northern Theater Satu Mare |

  4. SLEEPWALKING, directed by Alexandru Mâzgăreanu – Nottara Theatre

  5. THREE OTHER SISTERS, after JS Sinisterra, directed by Antonella Cornici – ID Sîrbu Petroșani Theatre

  6. LITTLE SOLDIER, by Mihaela Michailov, directed by Silvia Roman - National Theater "IL Caragiale" Bucharest

  7. OUR CITY, of a show adapted from Thornton Wilder's play, directed by Cristian Ban - Classical Theater "Ioan Slavici" Arad

  8. HORMONE, directed by Ferenc Sinkó – Hungarian State Theater Cluj-Napoca

  9. the bear, by AP Cehov, directed by Felix Alexa – Constanța State Theatre

  10. Oleanna, by David Mamet, directed by Vlad Cristache - "Jean Bart" Tulcea Theater

  11. MIGRANTS, by Matei Vişniec, directed by Ovidiu Caița - Teatrul de West Reșita

  12. IT SEEMED TO ME, by Alexa Băcanu, directed by Dragoș Alexandru Mușoiu – REACTOR Cluj-Napoca

  13. OPEN, by Ana Cucu Popescu, directed by Leta Popescu – ASOCIAțIA RECIPROCA, Cluj – Napoca

  14. SHAKESPEARE, SONNET 66, directed by Kokan Mladenović – Hungarian State Theater "Csiky Gergely" Timisoara

  15. HALF SONG, text and direction by Crista Bilciu – Teatrul de Foc, Bucharest

  16. PIRANDELLO CAFE, dramatic scenario by Anca Măniuțiu – based on texts by Luigi Pirandello, directed by Mihai Măniuțiu – Regina Maria Theatre, Oradea




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