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Catinca Tudose

   Date and place of birth: 22 December 1967, Iaşi
   Graduated in 1993 from the Institute of Performance Arts in Târgu Mureş; the same year starts working at the „Vasile Alecsandri” National Theatre in Iaşi.


            Roles at the “Vasile Alecsandri” National Theatre, Iaşi
A Cabaret dancer – Tonight We Improvise by Luigi Pirandello, directed by Irina Popescu Boieru – 1993
Ophelia – Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead by Tom Stoppard, directed by Ovidiu Lazăr – 1993
Lisetta – Bertoldo at Court by Massimo Dursi, directed by Irina Popescu Boieru – 1994
Ismena – Oedipus at Colonos by Sophocles, directed by Mircea Marosin – 1994
Angela – Venexiana, directed by Cristian Hadji-Culea – 1994
Ofelia – Nu muriţi din întâmplare! (Your Death is Not Accidental!) by Ion Băieşu, directed by Ion Sapdaru – 1995
Honey – Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? by Eduard Albee, directed by Silvia Ionescu – 1995
Her – Nu sunt Turnul Eiffel (I Am Not the Eiffel Tower) by Ecaterina Oproiu, directed by Irina Popescu Boieru – 1996
The Young lady – Cinel-cinel (The Riddle) by Vasile Alecsandri, directed by Sorana Coroamă Stanca – 1996
The Bride – Muza de la Burdujeni (The Muse from Burdujeni) by Costache Negruzzi, directed by Sorana Coroamă Stanca – 1996
The Young generation – Swan Song by A. P. Chekhov, directed by Ada Lupu – 1997
Miţa Baston – D’ale carnavalului (Carnival Capers) by I. L. Caragiale, directed by Sorana Coroamă Stanca – 1997
Vasilisa – The Lower Depths by Maxim Gorky, directed by Cristian Hadji-Culea – 1997
Dara – Mrs Minister by Branislav Nušić, directed by Horea Popescu – 1998
The Pupil – The Lesson by Eugène Ionesco, directed by Ion Sapdaru – 1998
The Real Elizabeth, Tilly Boom and Mus – Elizabeth I by Paul Foster, directed by Irina Popescu Boieru – 1999
Suzanne – The Diary by Jean-Claude Carrière, directed by Ovidiu Lazăr – 2001
Pupella – Misery and Nobility by Eduardo Scarpetta, directed by Irina Popescu Boieru – 2001
Blanche – Plăcutele istorii de dragoste şi moarte (Pleasant Stories of Love and Death) adapted from Balzac’s Droll Stories), directed by Virgil Tănase – 2003
Roberta – Jack, or The Submission. The Future is in Eggs by Eugene Ionesco, directed by Moshe Yassur – 2003
Irina – Apus de soare (Setting Sun) adapted from Barbu Ştefănescu Delavrancea, directed by Eugen Todoran – 2004
Jean Rice – The Entertainer by John Osborne, directed by Cezar Ghioca – 2004
Ivona – Ivona, The Princess of Burgundia by Witold Gombrowicz, directed by Ovidiu Lazăr – 2004
Gitta – Scara pisicii (Cat’s Ladder) by Katalin Thuroczy, directed by Irina Popescu Boieru – 2006
Vivandiere – Macbeth by William Shakespeare, directed by Mihai Măniuţiu – 2007
Pamela – The Orchestra by Jean Anouilh, directed by Irina Popescu Boieru – 2008

Doll, Apparition - The Mountain Giants by Luigi Pirandello, directed by: Silviu Purcarete - 2009

 

Fireman(Fireman' Choir) - Biedermann and the Firebugs by Max Frisch, directed by: Felix Alexa-2009

Clotilda -The Merchant of Time by Matei Visniec, directed by Ovidiu Lazar - 2009

Mirela - Still Life with Obese Nephew, scriept/direction: Ion Sapdaru, 2010

Miss Ford - Falstaff Show, directed by Ion Sapadaru 2010  

The Mistress, The Blind Woman -Dawn-Way by Oleg Bogaev, directed by Radu Afrim -2011

Simone-The Flat Tyre by Friedrich Durrenmatt, directed by Irina Popescu Boieru-2011

Cati -Iaşi in carnival by Vasile Alecsandri, directed by-Alexandru Dabija - 2012

Miss Bowles - The Fire (451°Fahrenheit) by Ray Bradbury, directed by Irina Popescu Boieru -2012

Wedding participant, Choir - The Florentine Hat by Eugene Labiche
 
Farka Evà - Prăpădul by Attila Bartis, directed by Lucian Dan Teodorovici, 2013

            Collaborations:
            Played the role Hindl in the play “Dieu de vengeance”, at the French Cultural Centre, directed by Guy Cambreleng; the show premiered in Vilnius (Lithuania) and then at the “Avram Goldfaden “Internaţional Jewish Theatre in Iaşi.
            Also at the French Cultural Centre acted in a show based on Fondane’s poems, directed by Guy Cambreleng. The show was played in  Iaşi, Suceava, Kiev, Odessa and Paris.
            In 2006, at the Athenaeum in Tătăraşi (Iaşi), she played The Wife in the show “Let’s have sex!” by Valentin Krasnogorov, directed by Benoit Vitse.
            Between 2004 and2006 worked as associate professor at the “George Enescu” University of Arts Iaşi, Acting Department.
            In 2006 collaborated in the  Reading Mission programme at the British Council Centre in Iaşi. 
            Various collaborations with Radio Iaşi (roles in radio theatre) and with TVR Iaşi.
            Roles in commercials for the Romanian Commercial Bank, produced by  Castel Film.
            Awards:
– scholarship awarded by the Ministry of Culture at the Avignon Theatre Festival,   1991
– the „Cultural Merit” Medal, First Class, in the category „The Art of the show”, bestowed by the Romanian President – 2004
Foreign languages: English, French.
 
            Physical details: 1,63 m, 50 kg, hazel eyes. 
            Hobby: sports (swimming, roller-skating, bicycling, tennis), playing the piano, movies, music, literature.
            Motto: “Talent, confidence, hope” Innokenti Smoktunovsky
            Message to the audience: We cannot exist without the audience!
 

 

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