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MONDAY Theatre@Green Hours and tangaProject (RO)

I DECLARE AT MY OWN RISK
(Declar pe propria răspundere)

Romanian with Hungarian and English subtitles

 

Venue
MU THEATRE

Budapest, XI. Kőrösy J. u. 17.

Date
28 november 2011, 20:00
Duration

60' + post-show talk

Tickets
2500 Ft
061 209-4014,  061 209-4015
szinhaz@mu.hu

 

photo by Vlad Petri
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photo by Cristian Tarna Bacosca

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In I Declare at My Own Risk Alina Şerban attempts an unusual and brave thing. Consciously accepting her Roma heritage, she talks with brutal honesty about her most personal experiences and life wisdom, about her grievances, about being humiliated, excluded, not knowing where she belongs – all the while avoiding sentimentality. She shares diary entries and photos with us strangers, while calling up various episodes of her life from the time she was ten years old, when her family was evicted from their home and were forced to move to relatives in a “gypsy ghetto” in Bucharest. 

Writer

Alina Șerban

Cast

Alina Șerban, Cătălin Rulea

Dramaturg

Alice Monica Marinescu 

Set Design

Adrian Cristea

Music

Cătălin Rulea

Sound Technician

Robert Dinu

Directed by

David SCHWARTZ

Alina Şerban was born in 1986 into a Romanian Roma family. She got a degree in acting at the National University for Performing Arts (UNATC) in Bucharest, and also studied at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. She's also actively fighting for the civil rights of the Roma minority.

David Schwartz was born in 1985 in Bucharest. He got a degree in stage direction in 2007 at the National University of Theatre and Cinematography in Bucharest, followed by a degree in contemporary stage direction (MA) in 2009. He is one of the founding members of tangaProjekt, an independent theatre platform. He works with underpriviliged communities and is interested in social and political questions.

Teatrul LUNI de la Green Hours is the MONDAY Theatre founded in the Green Hours jazz club and coffee house. In the beginning, theatre performances were only held on Monday nights – hence the name – but later almost every day of the week. This was the first coffee house theatre in Romania, where the most courageous and most innovative performances are born to this day.

 

RELATED:

Interview with David Schwartz

TRAILER

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q8D61D48clQ&feature=related
http://www.productive.ro/blog/an-actress-to-watch-out-for.html
http://www.artactmagazine.ro/declaratie-de-admiratie-fest-fdr,-ziua-2.html
 
http://agenda.liternet.ro/articol/13847/Eliza-Zdru/Despre-chinul-de-a-deveni-sincer-Declar-pe-proprie-raspundere.html
http://www.acum.tv/articol/31287/

 

 

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