Schedule - FESTin pe Bulevard

Schedule

International Theatre Festival Fest(in) on the Boulevard

2nd edition

11–18 October, 2014, Bucharest

 

STREET EVENT

Saturday, 11 October, in front of Nottara Theatre, 16.30

A smile, click and… gong!

Direction: Mihai Lungeanu

Scenography: Victor Diaconu

 

Section COMEDY BOULEVARD

Saturday, 11 October, Nottara Theatre, the Foyer of the Horia Lovinescu Hall, 18.00

 Opening of theatre photography exhibition

(moments from the first edition of the festival)

Authors: Maria Ştefănescu and Sorin Radu

 

Horia Lovinescu Hall, 18.30

Opening of the Festival

(forming of the Audience Jury for the Comedy Boulevard Section)

 

Horia Lovinescu Hall, 19.00

National Theatre Târgu Mureş (Liviu Rebreanu Company)

Don Quixote, based on Miguel de Cervantes

Stage direction: Mihai Măniuţiu

Scenography: Adrian Damian

 

 

Sunday, 12 October, Nottara Theatre, Horia Lovinescu Hall, 18.00

UNITER Production

Hai Iu Iu NOT Hi You You

a musical show by Radu Afrim (dedicated to Maria Tănase)

 

Monday, 13 October, Nottara Theatre, Horia Lovinescu Hall, 18.00

Metropolis Theatre, Bucharest

Tartuffe or the Impostor, based on Molière,

stage version and direction: Victor Ioan Frunză,

scenography: Adriana Grand

 

Tuesday, 14 October, Nottara Theatre, Horia Lovinescu Hall, 18.00

Jewish State Theatre, Bucharest

Driving Miss Daisy by Alfred Fox Uhry

stage direction: Claudiu Goga,

scenography: Ştefania Cenean

 

Wednesday, 15 October, Nottara Theatre, George Constantin Hall, 21.00

Ţăndărică Theatre, Bucharest

Play Shakespeare, based on the works of William Shakespeare

adaptation and stage direction: Cristian Pepino,

scenography: Cristina Pepino

 

Thursday, 16 October, Nottara Theatre, Horia Lovinescu Hall, 18.00

Petits Bâtons Production Theatre Company, Fontaine (France)

VICTOR’ia (opus1), script and direction: Hélène van der Stichel

choreography: Dany Lays

(with Romanian subtitles)

 

Saturday, 18 October, Nottara Theatre, Horia Lovinescu Hall, 18.00

Awards ceremony

 

Nottara Theatre, Horia Lovinescu Hall,19.00

Marius and Lorin Mihalache concert

Closing night

 

Section IN COMPETITION

SMALL CRISES… (AND) ELECTIONS

 

Saturday, 11 October, Nottara Theatre, George Constantin Hall, 21.00

Nicolae Bălcescu Cultural Centre for UNESCO, Bucharest

Pictures from the Insects’ Life by Karel & Josef Čapek

adaptation & lyrics: Victor Ioan Frunză

stage direction: Victor Ioan Frunză

scenography: Adriana Grand

(Off Competition)

 

Sunday, 12 October, Nottara Theatre, George Constantin Hall, 21.00

Nottara Theatre, Bucharest

Panic by Mika Myllyaho

translated by: Cristina Toma

stage direction: Theodor-Cristian Popescu

scenography: Cosmin Florea

Not recommended for children under 14

 

Monday, 13 October, Nottara Theatre, George Constantin Hall, 21.00

A co-production of the Nottara Theatre, Bucharest and UNTAC I.L. Caragiale, created especially for the festival

Poker Face by Petr Kolečko, translated by: Mircea Dan Duţă,

stage direction: Adela Biţică

scenography: Ştefan Caragiu

 

Tuesday, 14 October, Nottara Theatre, George Constantin Hall, 21.00

A co-production of Dramatic Puppet Theatre, Vratsa (Bulgaria) and Mal Dramski Theatre, Bitola (Republic of Macedonia)

Beans by Elin Rahnev

stage direction: Liupcio Gorghievski

scenography: Maria Dimanova

(with Romanian subtitles)

 

Wednesday, 15 October, Nottara Theatre, Horia Lovinescu Hall, 18.00

Nottara Theatre, Bucharest

The New Tenant by Eugène Ionesco

translated by: Vlad Russo and Vlad Zografi

a show by Gábor Tompa, setting: Helmut Stürmer,

costumes and setting assistant: Corina Grămoşteanu

 

Odeon Theatre, Majestic Hall, 20.00

Odeon Theatre, Bucharest

Titanic Waltz by Tudor Muşatescu

stage direction: Alexandru Dabija

setting: Helmut Stürmer

costumes: Corina Grămoşteanu

 

 Thursday, 16 October, Nottara Theatre, George Constantin Hall, 21.00 

Nottara Theatre, Bucharest

Rhapsody in Pink, based on Oscar and the Lady in Pink by Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt

translated by: Vasile Şirli

stage version and direction: Alexandru Repan

scenography: Iulian Bălţătescu

(Off Competition)

 

Friday, 17 October, Nottara Theatre, Horia Lovinescu Hall, 18.00

Hungarian State Theatre, Cluj-Napoca

Christmas at the Ivanovs by AI. I. Vvedenski

dramaturgy: Kata Gyarmati

stage direction: András Urbán

scenography: Carmencita Brojboiu

(with Romanian subtitles)

Not recommended for children under 18.

 

Friday, 17 October, Nottara Theatre, George Constantin Hall, 21.00

Studio Rubín, Prague (Czech Republic)

Meat by Viliam Klimáček, translated by: Jan Tošovský

stage direction: Jan Fric

setting: Jan Frič and Michal David Oupor

costumes: Tereza Kopecká

(with Romanian subtitles)

 

Section THEATRE BOOK RELEASES

12, 14, 16 and 17 October, 18.00, the Foyer of the Horia Lovinescu Hall

Speakers: Florica Ichim, theatre critic, editor-in-chief of Theatre Today Magazine and her guests

Project coordinator: Mirela Sandu, theatrologist

 

 

Section CONFERENCES

Free Admission

14, 16 and 17 October, 11.00, at the Nottara Theatre (CaféNott)

It will include three conferences on topical subjects of interest: theatre critique, theatre direction, scenography

Project coordinator: Doina Papp, theatre critic

 

Section READING SHOWS

Free Admission

12, 13 and 15 October, 11.00, at Cărtureşti Bookstore

The deceased… passed away!, a scenic mixture of texts made by Mihai Lungeanu, inspired from Georges Feydeau`s comedies, direction: Mihai Lungeanu;

The Pheasant by Georges Feydeau, translated by: Doru Mareș, direction: Alexandru Mâzgăreanu;

Is he dead? comedy in three acts by Mark Twain, translation and adaptation: Petre Bokor, direction: Mihai Lungeanu. Event dedicated to the memory of stage director Petre Bokor.

Project coordinator: Mihai Lungeanu, director

 

Section THE STAR BY YOUR SIDE

It will contain anniversaries of various artists of the Nottara Theatre and it will take place throughout the entire festival.

Project coordinator: Irina Ionescu, theatrologist