Maria Zărnescu The International Shakespeare Festival, April and July, 2012, in Craiova and Bucharest, Romania. “Tired with all these, for restful death I cry, As, to behold Desert a beggar born, And needy Nothing trimm’d in jollity, And purest Faith
Tomasz Miłkowski Kukura, written by Martin Čičvák. Director: Rastislav Ballek. Dramaturgy: Martin Curban. Production assistance: Martin Čičvák. Premiere: 29 May 2011, Aréna Theatre, Bratislava, Slovakia. The mysterious title of this piece is the name of the actor Juraj Kukura (b.
Daria Dimiu Théâtre Hongrois d’État Csiky Gergely de Timişoara. Immanuel Kant par Thomas Bernhard. Mise en scène : Alexandru Colpacci. Scénographie : Carmencita Brojboiu. Illustration musicale : Kiss Attila. Chorégraphie : Baczó Tünde. Première : le 11 décembre 2011 ;
Judit Csáki Béla Pintér & Company: Kaisers TV Ungarn, premiere October, 2011. Béla Pintér & Company, one of the “oldest” independent Hungarian theatres, works outside the traditional theatre structure and yet is an important part of the theatrical mainstream. This
Mihail Baykov August Strindberg: Miss Julie, directed and performed by Anna Pettersson. A production of the Intima Theatre of Stockholm, Sweden at Varna Summer Festival in Bulgaria, June 2012. Original premiere April 2012. In 2012, when the whole world is
Yun-Cheol Kim Stage Helsinki Theatre Festival 2012, Finnish Case, August 16-19, Helsinki, Finland. I attended this Finnish Case/Stage Helsinki Theatre Festival and saw six shows. Of course it is outrageous to generalize about contemporary Finnish theatre based on these six.
Ian Herbert Draama, Annual Showcase of Estonian theatre, Tartu, September 2012. The final performance in this year’s Draama festival in Tartu was The Avantgardist, a curious ritual devised by Johannes Veski in which two bowler-hatted gentlemen in cutaway suits took