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Romanian artists in Fringe NYC (August 11-25)

de (6-8-2007)

MONDAY Theatre at Green Hours in Fringe NYC
presenting two plays by Peca Stefan directed by Ana Margineanu

Following its first New York City endeavor last November 2006, the MONDAY Theatre at Green Hours in Bucharest returns with a series of performances in the framework of the New York International Fringe Festival:

The Sunshine Play

It is the international hit of the MONDAY Theatre. It ran in the Dublin Fringe Festival 2005, with 5 star reviews, and won the London Fringe Report Award for BEST PLAY – Relationship Drama in 2006.

Aug 15-25: Wed 15 at 7 pm; Friday 17 at 9:45 pm; Tue 21 at 3:30 pm; Thu 23 at 7 pm; Sat 25 at 12 am.
In English. Running time: 75 min; no intermission
www.thesunshineplay.ro

Bucharest Calling

„Bucharest Calling” continues the work in English of the group of artists who created „The Sunshine Play”. It has its Romanian premiere in December 2006, in Bucharest. The English text of the play has been developed at the LARK Play Development Center in New York, and was incorporated in the Romanian version of the production.
Aug 11-19: Sat 11 at 2 pm; Tue 14 at 3 pm; Thu 16 at 7 pm; Sat 18 at 10 pm; Sun 19 at 12 am. In English. Running time: 120 min, no intermission
www.bucharestcalling.ro

All performances at:
Theatres at 45 Bleecker Street – The Lafayette Street Theatre
45 Bleecker Street (at Lafayette), New York, NY 10012
General admission: $15
Visit www.fringenyc.org or call 212-279-4488 for more info & tickets

DON’T MISS other Romanian artists in the FringeNYC:

Juliet
Written by Andras Visky; Directed by Christopher Markle. Featuring Melissa Hawkins. A Production of The Present Company.
“Juliet” is the story of a Hungarian woman imprisoned in a Romanian detention camp with her seven children while her husband is in a communist prison. Based on the true story of the parents of playwright Andras Visky, dramaturge of the Hungarian Theatre in Cluj.

Aug 10-24: Fri 10 at 9:30 pm, Sun 12 at 12 pm, Thu 16 at 7 pm, Sat 18 at 2:30 pm, Wed 22 at 4:30 pm, Fri 24 at 3 pm
Duration: 1h 30m
The Independent Theater
52 West 8th Street (between 6th Avenue & Macdougal)
www.juliet-tour.com

ROMANIAN CULTURAL INSTITUTE IN NEW YORK
200 East 38th Street (at 3rd Avenue), New York, NY 10016
Tel: 212-687-0180 – Fax: 212-687-0181
icrny@icrny.org; www.icrny.org

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