inspired by the texts of Marin Sorescu
Direction and scenography: Ionuț Gavrilă
after a screenplay by Ana-Maria Nistor
Stage manager: Alexandru Sandu, Lights: Oana Caibăr and Adrian Dragomir, Sound: Andrei Enache, Video mapping: Cătălin Buzea
Premiere: 15th May, 2021, Main Hall
Duration: 1h 15min (no interval)
La Lilieci is not a play. It is not a play, although it abounds in theatricality. La Lilieci is more of an epic. But first of all, La Lilieci is a place. A space where time can move forward or backward, according to the good will of the memory of the people, of the village, of Marin Sorescu’s Bulzești. La Lilieci is the cemetery. An unfixed, but inevitable destination, which makes the collective journey all the more important, more colorful, more vivid.
In La Lilieci, Marin Sorescu creates a territory of immanence, a huge depository of consciences that does not fix reality, but projects the past as a solution, be it illusory, for the future. A future that, this year (2021), we can hardly even dream of.
La Lilieci 2.0 is a show about proximity and delimitation in which life and death are in a non-threatening complicity. About ways of being, understanding, acting that today’s world no longer perceives. The show contains an event set around a death that in turn becomes an occasion of envy, adultery, suicide, wedding … Humor is the guarantee of Marin Sorescu, and our hope is that La Lilieci can also become a theatrical destination.
Riţa – Ana Maria Carablais
Ciula – Antonia Ionescu
Mitruța – Iulia Verdeș
Fata – Ana Maria Cucută
Măria Bălii – Cristina Dumitra
Anica Bolânda – Maria Nicola
Aurica – Delia Lazăr
Leana – Camelia Varga
Nea Miai – Liviu Cheloiu
Lungu Nebunu – Sebastian Bălășoiu
Radu Clanaristul – Radu Câmpean
Mărin – Cristian Olaru
Mitrele – Emanuel Bighe
Costache – Mircea Silaghi
Păun Umblatul – Florin Georgescu