14+ Română/Román/Romanian Hungarian / English


Română/Román/Romanian Hungarian / English

By: Alexa Băcanu
Directing: Dragoș Alexandru Mușoiu
Set design: Mihai Păcurar
Choreography: Sergiu Diță
Musical training: Adonis Tanța

Music: Max Anchidin ("Fight or Flight" and "Normal"), Renata Burcă ("How I Got Here" and "Black Roosters"), Magor Bocsárdi ("Somebody's Gotta Do It"), Csaba Boros ("A Night’s Dream"), Tibor Cári ("The Big City" and "We Are A Family"), Radu Dogaru (The Serenades and "The Backstage"), Ada Milea ("Rumors"), Adrian Piciorea ("The night is my moment"), Corina Sucarov ("It's not personal"), Peter Visky ("Our Children/Here We Are"), Anonymous Composer ("My Body Is Not Mine")


With: Maialgesa Dat, Călin Deneș, Radu Dogaru, Christian Har, Ana Maria Marin, Duncan McKee, Victor Muntean, Emőke Pál, Ana Rednic, Oana Rotaru, Paula Seichei, Doru Taloș, Adonis Tanța
With the participation of: Oana Mardare/Andrada Balea

Sound and lights: Cătălin Filip
Sound: Radu Boancă

Photo & Video for the poster: Vivien Miron-Vilidár

The performance contains fragments from  A Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare.

In partnership with The Faculty of Theatre and Film / BBU Cluj.


Duration: 140'
Recommended age: 14+


Subject: power&education
Genre: musical
Atmosphere: ambiguous


An acting class is preparing for the exam-performance ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’. The school is full of rumors, the rehearsals full of epiphanies and the nights full of restlessness. The limits between life and theatre, between school and private life, between normal and abnormal start blending together and disappear.
The performance has been created in the project ‘Safety Zone’, which researches abuses of power that can happen in an academic medium, with a focus on those happening in art schools.


Warning! This show contains scenes that can have a strong emotional impact.

Strobe lights are being used during the show.


The event is part of the Fágáș project. Multicultural perspectives - the consolidation of cultural entrepreneurship in Cluj-Napoca in the Romanian-Hungarian interethnic context.

Program financed by the SEE Grants 2014-2021 within the RO-CULTURE Program.

At this moment, we do not have any future performances scheduled.

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