2012 - 2013 Season

29th September 2012


Premiere: “Nadirs”, by Herta Müller. Directed by Niky Wolcz.

 

31th October - 4th November 2012


Participation in the National Theatre Festival in Bucharest with the productions: “SEXes/AXes – The Furies & The Great War”, two one-act plays by Neil LaBute, directed by Radu-Alexandru Nica (31 October 2012), “Nadirs” by Herta Müller, directed by Niky Wolcz (1 and 2 November 2012) and “The Misunderstanding” by Albert Camus, directed by Bocsárdi László (3 and 4 November 2012).


16th November 2012

Premiere of “derdiedans”, after an idea by and under the artistic coordination of Florin Fieroiu.

 

17th November 2012

Participation at the Interethnic Theatre Festival Oradea with the production „SEXes/Axes – The Furies & The Great War”, two one-act plays by Neil LaBute. Directed by Radu-Alexandru Nica. 

 

5th – 8th December 2012

Showcase with top-performances of the German Theatre: “Nadirs”, “Shaking Shakespeare”, “The Misunderstanding” and “Girl in the Goldfish Bowl”.

 

11th January 2013

Premiere "Titus Andronicus" by William Shakespeare, regie: Brian Michaels.

 

30th January 2013

Travelling to Lugoj with the show "Hänsel and Gretel".

 

9th March 2013

Premiere "Seagull" by Anton Pavlovich Chekhov. Directed by Yuri Kordonsky.

 

6th April 2013

NiL Theatre Day.

 

8th - 12th April 2013

International Youth Theatre Festival in German Language.

 

30th April 2013

Premiere "A Respectable Wedding" by Bertolt Brecht. Stage direction: Alexandru Dabija. Stage design and costumes: Dragoş Buhagiar .

 

9th  - 16th May 2013

Participation at the International Festival of New Theatre Arad with the productions: “derdiedans”, after an idea by and under the artistic coordination of Florin Fieroiu (11 May 2013) and „SEXes/Axes – The Furies & The Great War”, two one-act plays by Neil LaBute. Directed by Radu-Alexandru Nica (15 May 2013). 

 

28th May 2013

Participation at the Euroregional Theatre Festival (TESZT) with the production „SEXes/Axes – The Furies & The Great War”, two one-act plays by Neil LaBute. Directed by Radu-Alexandru Nica. 

 

11th and 12th June 2013

Participation at the International Theatre Festival Sibiu with the production  "Seagull" by Anton Pavlovich Chekhov. Directed by Yuri Kordonsky

 17th June 2013

Participation with the production „The Great War“ (part of the production “SEXes/AXes – The Furies & The Great War”, two one-act plays by Neil LaBute) at a common project of the German Minorities Theatre from Sibiu and Szekszárd, organized by the German General Consulate in Sibiu.

22th September 2013

Participation at the International Theatre Festival Tbilisi Georgia with the production  “derdiedans”, after an idea by and under the artistic coordination of Florin Fieroiu

 3rd October 2013

Participation at Domestic Colloquium of Theatres of National Minorities in Gheorgheni with the production „Titus Andronicus“, Stage direction: Brian Michaels.

13th October 2013

Premiere: „The Age of the Fish“ after Ödön von Horváth, Stage Direction: Clemens Bechtel.

 
19 October 2013

Traveling to Baden State Theatre Karlsruhe with the production „Nadirs“ after Herta Müller, Stage direction: Niky Wolcz. 


 


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