Teatrul de Stat

The Short Play Theatre Festival

Ediția 2010

Trupa "Iosif Vulcan"

Stagiunea 2010-2011


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Programul săptămânii

Luni, 7 noiembrie, ora 18.00 – Sala Mare
„MAITREYI”, de Mircea Eliade, regia artistică Chris Simion

Marţi, 8 noiembrie, ora 11.00 – Sala Arcadia
„O POVESTE CU CÂNTEC”adaptare liberă după I. Creangă, de Ecaterina Mihăescu Păun,
regia artistică Mihai Păun

Marţi, 8 noiembrie, ora 19.00 – Sala Mare
„BILOXI BLUES”, de Neil Simon, regia artistică Ovidiu Caiţa

Miercuri, 9 noiembrie, ora 11.00 – Sala Arcadia
„CHEIŢA DE AUR”, de Alexei Tolstoi, regia artistică Igor Lungu

Duminică, 13 noiembrie, ora 19.00 – Teatrul de operetă „Ion Dacian”
Participare la Festivalul Internaţional al Artelor Spectacolului „Viaţa e frumoasă” - Bucureşti
„SCRIPCARUL PE ACOPERIŞ”, de Joeph Stein şi Jerry Bock,
regia artistică Korcsmáros Győrgy

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History of the Festival
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The idea and the realisation of a national festival in Oradea was the result of a fruitful cooperation of several institutions and people, who all have the honour of having brought a vital creative impulse in this theatrical space.
The managers of the theatre, the Inspectorate for Culture and the editorial staff of the literary magazine "Familia" preoccupied themselves to create a national festival. Their efforts were encouraged and supported by Valentin Silvestru, who had founded several festivals in Roumania, in the years 1960s-1970-s-1980s.
The theme of the festival aimed to cover an area that had not been yet tackled by the other national festivals, which were dedicated either to the Romanian dramaturgy, to the stage director, to the young actor or to the comedy. The initiators found out that there was no festival oriented towards the one-act play. Men of theatre had debated a lot upon the experimental show or the studio performance, but the role of the short play hadn't been explored anywhere in the repertory of a theatre. It is exactly why the initiators of the project aimed to answer, in Oradea, to the growing interest that the stage directors and playwrights manifested for the sort play.
As manager of the State Theatre of Oradea, Emanoil Enghel handed in to the Direction of Theatres in the Ministry of Culture a vast material, based on cultural arguments, in which he requested the creation of a theatrical festival dedicated to the one-act play. His request was accepted and the first edition of the festival took place in Oradea in 1976.
The short plays had played an essential role from the very emergence of Romanian theatre and they belonged mainly to the repertory of the itinerant and amateur theatres which were successful in Ardeal especially under the Austro-Hungarian domination. Through the festival "The Week of the Short Play" of Oradea, this type of theatre became a repertorial material which could be performed on any scene. Thus, many plays written by the most important playwrights, but which had never been represented, were brought to light.
The last but not the least, the festival managed to impose a trend among the stage directors, encouraging them to stage more and more short plays. By participating to the successive editions, they augmented the reputation of the festival and consecrated an original theatrical genre. Nowadays, the short play is present in every theatre and in every repertory. Moreover, through it economy of time, space and energy, this genre seems to be the most contemporary theatrical option, also because it is ever more appreciated by the public.
The sixth edition, of 1984, promoted the international participation and imposed the manifestation as the only international festival dedicated to the short play in Europe.
Some of the most successful and well performed shows:
The Street of Love (Strada iubirii), par Angela Bocancea, stage direction: Alexandru Tocilescu, Theatre Al. Davila Piteşti
Sketches (Schiţe), by I.L. Caragiale, stage direction: Alexandru Dabija, National Theatre Cluj-Napoca
Occisio Gregorii in Moldavia Vodae tragedice expressa, unknown author stage direction: Ion Olteanu, State Theatre Oradea;
Barbu Văcărescu, Traitor to his Country (Barbu Văcărescu, vânzătorul ţării), by Iordache Golescu, in coupé with Occisio Gregorii in Moldavia Vodae tragedice expressa, stage direction: Alexandru Tocilescu, Bulandra Theatre, Bucharest;
The Innocent (Nevinovatul), by Dehel Gábor, stage direction: Tompa Gábor, Hungarian State Theatre, Cluj-Napoca;
The Water (Apa), by Dumitru Solomon, stage direction: Victor Ioan Frunză, State Theatre Oradea;
The Actor (Actorul) – pantomime show, with a Prologue by Mircea Dinescu, interpreted by Mihai Mălaimare, Theatre I. L. Caragiale, Bucharest;
Ten Bursts of Laughter (Zece hohote de râs), by Tudor Popescu, stage direction: Alexandru Darie, State Theatre Oradea;
The Art of Love (Arta iubirii) – a show by Cătălina Buzoianu, interpreted by Valeria Seciu, Small Theatre Bucharest;
Hello Out There! (Hei, oameni buni!), by William Saroyan, stage direction: Petru Vutcărău, Theatre Eugen Ionescu, Chişinău;
Hiring a clown (Angajare de clovn), by Matei Vişniec, stage direction: Nicolae Scarlat, National Theatre Vasile Alecsandri, Iaşi;
Ivanca by Lucian Blaga, stage direction: Tudor Chirilă, State Theatre, Oradea;
The Company on Barrels (Trupa pe butoaie) – show of farces, texts chosen by Jean Variot, stage direction: Victor Ioan Frunză, National Theatre Târgu Mureş;
The Bald Soprano (Cântăreaţa cheală), by Eugen Ionescu, stage direction: Tompa Gábor, Hungarian State Theatre, Cluj-Napoca;
Voices in the Blinding Light (Voci în lumina orbitoare), by Matei Vişniec, stage direction: Petru Vutcărău, Theatre Eugen Ionescu Chişinău;
Diary of a Madman (Însemnările unui nebun), stage version by Ion Sapdaru, main source Gogol, stage direction: Ion Sapdaru, Theatre Mihai Eminescu Botoşani;
The Lesson (Lecţia), by Eugen Ionescu, stage direction: Horaţiu Mălăele, Theatrum Mundi Bucharest;
Hiring a clown (Angajare de clovn), by Matei Vişniec, stage direction: Pinczés István, Theatre Studio KISS Oradea;
Happy Days (Zile fericite), by Samuel Beckett, stage direction: Bernd von Bomches, German State Theatre Timişoara;
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