Projects

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Last update 31 Jan. 2010

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  3. International Projects:

- 17 February, 2005: opening night of "Ţara lui Gufi", by Matei Vişniec, director: Cristian Dumitrescu.

- March 11, 2005 – opening night of “Miss Margareta”, adapted after texts by Samuel Beckett, Roberto Athayde, Jean Cocteau and directed by Cristian Dumitrescu - official opening of the Sigma Art Studio (on 14 Mitropolitul Nifon street in Bucharest).

- December 24, 2005 and January 14, 2006: opening night of “The sisters-in-law ”, by Michel Tremblay, directed by Cristian Dumitrescu, at Sigma Art Studio.

- January to Decembre, 2006: Sigma Art’s Theatrical Company Repertoire, perfecting acting skills by playing “Miss Margareta” and “The sisters-in-law ” performances at Sigma Art Studio.

- December 9/10, 2006 and January 13/14, 2007: opening night of “ The Piguletzii in Action! ”, by Constanta Bratu, directed by Cristian Dumitrescu, at Sigma Art Studio.

- January to Decembre, 2007; Sigma Art’s Theatrical Company Repertoire, perfecting acting skills by playing “The Piguletz in Action!”, “The sisters-in-law ” and “Talk Show ”performances at Sigma Art Studio and in Theatre Festivals.

- April 28, 2007: opening night of “Talk Show ”, adapted after texts by Stefan Caraman and Jean-Claude Danaud; directed by Cristian Dumitrescu.

- January to Decembre, 2008: Sigma Art’s Theatrical Company Repertoire, perfecting acting skills by playing: “The sisters-in-law ”, “Talk Show ”, “The Ridicule feies and the Jourdain the fey” and “Der Wolf vs. der gestiefelte Kater “ at Sigma Art Studio and in Theatre Festivals.

- January 19, 2008: opening night of “The Ridicule feies and the Jourdain the fey”, adapted after texts by Molière, Mihail Bulgakov, and William Shakespeare; directed by Irina Pilos.

- July 11, 2009: opening night of “A long way down”, adapted after Nick Horby's "A long way down"; directed by Cristian Dumitrescu.

- October 19, 2009: opening night of “TEACH or...Aren't you ashamed to come to theater?”, adapted after Jean Pierre Dopagne's trilogy; directed by Cristian Dumitrescu.

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