The Lear Episode is part of a cycle entitled In the Night’s Heart, a project that draws upon Shakespearean plays. It takes place open air, in a structure enveloped in huge transparent plastic curtains. It was composed of twelve sections taken from Shakespeare's King Lear.Read More
A fresh and vibrant community production of Romeo and Juliet, involving local amateurs, young performers, and a few British actors. This promenade performance starts in the foyer of the theatre and then moves through various spaces in the city: inhabiting public parks, the main city square, narrow streets or large avenues as it was the case with Juliet’s funeral procession which impeded the regular streaming of traffic amid cry and tears of the performers grieving Juliet’s death. A rare example of theatre irrupting city life.Read More
The company of young interpreters is made up of students from the Theatre Department of the "Lucian Blaga" University of Sibiu. The play was first staged in 2011 and when it was presented at the International Theatre Festival " Riverside Left" in 2015 in Moscow, it was awarded the Special Jury Award for best modern interpretation.
The show is an adaptation of Shakespeare’s The Tempest for a young audience and it features actors and puppets. It took place open air and attracted a mixed audience of children and grown-ups.Read More
Peter Schneider has worked with a group of young talented Romanian artists to create a provocative and contemporary visual language that moves fluidly between reality and unexpected, surprising and shocking images.Read More