Frumos e în Septembrie la Veneția / The Beauty of Venice in September
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Please see below for information in English Oana Pellea revine la Londra, dup succesul spectacolelor Vocea uman i N(aum) cu o comedie romantic alturi de actorul Teatrului Naional, Mircea Rusu. Frumos e n septembrie la Veneia dup Teodor Mazilu, n regia Marianei Cmran i aduce mpreun pe cei doi actori ntr-o neateptat poveste de dragoste, ntr-o realitate pe care doar visul pare c o mai face suportabil. "ndrgostii de nsui faptul de a fi ndrgostii, milioane de oameni viseaz Veneia. Adriatica bate cu valurile sale malurile de crmid ale insulei. Felinarele se aprind unul cte unul, dintr-un tonomat se aude incredibila muzic a lui Lucio Dalla. Totul e ireal de frumos. n mirajul romantismului absolut, o femeie i un brbat se redescoper, aa cum nu i-au imaginat vreodat c ar putea fi. Realitatea, mijlocit de vis i dincolo de vis, este, de fapt, fabuloas, iar lucrurile pe care abia ndrznim s le vism exist deja n sufletul fiecruia dintre noi. Ele prind via atunci cnd & atunci cnd trim acea& acel& nu gsesc cuvntul& care e antonimul singurtii? " Mariana Cmran Oana Pellea are lejeritatea de a se lua n serios n joac, de a se alinta, emoioneaz i se emoioneaz. (Alina Epingeac, Yorick) 15% discount pentru bilete la Conceret Adrian Naidin dac rezervai pentru ambele spectacole

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The famous Romanian actress Oana Pellea returns to London in the company of the National Theatre's actor Mircea Rusu with a new romantic comedy directed by Mariana Cmran.

An unexpected love story, in a reality that only the dream makes bearable.

The show will be performed in Romanian with English surtitles.

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