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The Bridge
By Háy János
Directed by Anca Bradu
Assistants to the director: Diana Fufezan, Adrian Neacșu
Stage design: Mihai Păcurar
Choreography: Adriana Bârză
Project assistant: Corina Predescu
Sound: Raluca Ivan
Lighting: Dorin Părău
Projections: Radu Nechit
Project manager: Luminiţa Puiuleţ
Cast: Ștefan Tunsoiu, Iustinian Turcu, Rebeca Semerean, Emmanuel Antonescu, Vladimir Petre, Mădălin Cărbunaru, Lucian Bădulescu, Andra Chelcea, Cristina Cogîrlă, Gabriela Pîrlițeanu, Silvana Blidariu/ Oana Marin
The performance “The Bridge”, a free adaptation of the eponymous text of the Hungarian writer János Hay, is primarily an exercise in ethics. In the form of a theater workshop, the project proposes to young actors and spectators a debate about the conflict between generations. The central couple, Peter-Sofia, is a modern day representation of Romeo and Juliet, of Wendla and Melchior, of the heroes of the classical Shakespeare and Wedekind. They bring into the present day the tragic fate of the young people who cannot find themselves in the society, family, or in the repressive and absurd educational environment. The subject of the drama is based on a real case which occurred during the 2000s in Hungary, in Veszprem, a cultural city with a strong ecumenical background. We have adapted the subject to the Romanian reality, so similar in issues of juvenile despair. The project aims to be a manifesto for communication, balance, harmony and other positive values able to bring the children back to their families, the family in the center of society, society back to regained moral values. The show aims to build a communication bridge between generations, too much divided by the shock of our recent history.
Performance presented in Romanian, with translation into English.
Performance not recommended to audiences under the age of 16.

      © Dorin Părău