Tag Archives: theater
Cronica Tinerei Generații – Misterul ‘Cameristelor’
Revista Teatrul – noiembrie 1988
ANDREI ŞERBAN AND THE TRAVELING ACADEMY: ABOUT CREATIVITY AND THE INNER SELF
In 1990, immediately after the fall of communism, Andrei Şerban
arrived in Romania from the United States. He was invited at the time to
become managing director of the National Theatre in Bucharest. Şerban
eagerly accepted the offer and soon took over the difficult challenge, perfectly
aware that there was much to be done and that the results had to be both
immediately visible and quantifiable in the long term. He was ready to try to
reshape the post-communist Romanian theatre and give it a new form and
creative energy, capable of nourishing fresh beginnings. He stubbornly strove
to turn this energy into the seeding ground for a decontaminated emotional
life to be offered to the people of Romania, who had been so alienated and
enfeebled by their totalitarian past.
State on Stage – The impact of public policies on the performing arts in Europe
Government support for the Performing Arts in EU member states.
Experiences, perspectives, best practices.
International Conference on behalf of Pearle.