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Mihaela Arsenescu Werner#1

Mihaela Arsenescu Werner

 
    Date and place of birth: 24 September 1949, Braşov
    Graduated from the Community Art College – Acting Department in 1967, in 1971 graduated from the IATC, class of Constantin Moruzan.
    Worked at the National Theatre in Craiova between 1971 and 1981; has worked at the National Theatre in Iaşi since 1981.
Roles at the National Theatre in Craiova (selection):
Desdemona – Othello by William Shakespeare, directed by Călin Florian – 1971
Lucia-Felicia Hrisanide – Interesul general (The Communal Interest) by Aurel Baranga, directed by Georgeta Tomescu – 1971
Lida – The Promise (My Poor Marat) by Aleksey Nicolayevich Arbuzov, directed by Emil Boroghină – 1972
Sânziana – Sânziana şi Pepelea (Sânziana and Pepelea) by Vasile Alecsandri, directed by Valentina Balogh – 1972
Natasha – 104 Pages about Love by Eduard Radzinsky, directed by Călin Florian – 1972
Anne Page – The Merry Wives of Windsor by William Shakespeare, directed by Gheorghe Jora – 1972
Fana – A doua faţă a medaliei (The Other Side of the Medal) by Ion Dezideriu Sîrbu, directed by Valeriu Moisescu – 1973
Gaby – Ultima oră (Stop Press) by Mihail Sebastian, directed by Valentina Balogh – 1973
Princess Anca – Vlaicu Vodă (Voivode Vlaicu) by Alexandru Davilla, directed by Gheorghe Jora – 1973
Abigail Williams – The Crucible by Arthur Miller, directed by Dinu Costin Azimioară – 1974
Crina – Patima roşie (Passion in the Blood) by Mihail Sorbul, directed by Georgeta Tomescu – 1974
Silvia – Aceşti îngeri trişti (Those Sad Angels) by D. R. Popescu, directed by Mircea Cornişteanu – 1974
Mufi – Un lup mâncat de oaie (The World Turned Upside-down) by G. Ciprian, directed by Georgeta Tomescu – 1975
Viorica – Omul de zăpadă (The Snowman) by Adolf de Herz, directed by Valentina Balogh – 1976
Lady Macbeth – Macbeth by William Shakespeare, directed by Florica Mălureanu – 1976
Cateluţa – Interviu (Interview) by Ecaterina Oproiu, directed by Valentina Balogh – 1976
Zoya – The Snowstorm by Leonid Leonov, directed by Tatiana Nicolescu – 1976
Mary – Patetica ’77 (Pathétique) by Mihnea Gheorghiu, directed by Georgeta Tomescu – 1977
Adela – Profesorul Demnitate (Professor Dignity) by Corneliu Leu, directed by Valentina Balogh – 1977
Anca – Fata procurorului (The Prosecutor’s Daughter) by Silvia Roşca, directed by Valentina Balogh – 1977
Eliza – Ultima răpire (The Last Capture)  by Dan Stoica, directed by Valentina Balogh – 1978
Ruxandra Mărăcineanu – Clipa (The Moment) by Dinu Săraru, directed by Valentina Balogh – 1978
Ecaterina Teodoroiu – Ecaterina Teodoroiu by Nicolae Tăutu, directed by Valentina Balogh – 1978
Bezka - Two on Horseback, One on a Mule (Dva na koni, jeden na oslu) by Oldrich Danek, directed by Mircea Cornişteanu – 1979
Domnica – A treia ţeapă (The Third Stake) by Marin Sorescu, directed by Mircea Cornişteanu – 1979
Maria Cristescu – Seară de taină (Mysterious Evening) by Ion Dezideriu Sîrbu, directed by Dan Alecsandrescu – 1979
Dora – Hoţul de vulturi (The Eagle Thief) by D. R. Popescu, directed by Georgeta Tomescu – 1980
Sanda – Pensiunea doamnei Olimpia (Mrs. Olimpia”s Boarding House) by Ion Dumitru Şerban, directed by Mircea Cornişteanu – 1981
“Vasile Alecsandri” National Theatre, Iaşi
Vera – Calul verde (The Green Horse, or One Plus One Is Three) by Constantin Popa, directed by Dan Nasta – 1981
Rosalinda – As You Like It by William Shakespeare, directed by Nicoleta Toia – 1982
Mademoiselle d’Aisnon – Jacques the Fatalist by Denis Diderot, directed by Dan Nasta – 1982
Ignasia – Drumuri şi răscruci (Roads and Intersections) by Paul Everac, directed by Călin Florian – 1982
Vera – Duck Hunting by Alexander Vampilov, directed by Nicole Scarlat – 1982
Angela – The Haunted House, adapted from Calderon de la Barca, directed by Nicoleta Toia – 1983
The Young woman, The Singer, Miţa - Premieră la Union (Premiere at the Union) adapted from I. L. Caragiale, directed by Marina Emandi-Tiron – 1983
Mrs. Raliu – Bătrânul (The Old Man) by Hortensia Papadat-Bengescu, directed by Nicoleta Toia – 1983
Zoe – Povestea Unirii (The Story of the Union of Principalities) by Tudor Şoimaru, directed by Dan Nasta – 1984
Ghizi Gezane – The Toth Family by Istvan Orkeny, directed by Beke Sandor – 1984
Asenka – Nocturnal Confession by Aleksey Arbuzov, directed by Eugen Todoran – 1984
Meropa – Arma secretă a lui Arhimede (Archimedes’s Secret Weapon) by Dumitru Solomon, directed by Dragoş Galgoţiu – 1986
Hippolyta – A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare, directed by Cristina Ioviţă – 1986
Stela – Autorul e în sală (The Author is in the House) by Ion Băieşu, directed by Saul Taişler – 1986
Nina Damian - ... Escu (Joe Public)  adapted from Tudor Muşatescu, directed by Dan Nasta – 1986
Margareta – Gaiţele (The Wasps’ Nest) by Alexandru Kiriţescu, directed by Nicoleta Toia – 1987
Miss Cucu – Steaua fără nume (The Nameless Star) by Mihail Sebastian, directed by Nicoleta Toia – 1988
Lisette – The Game of Love and Chance by Marivaux, directed by Ovidiu Lazăr – 1989
Her – Appetite for Cherries by Agnieszka Osiecka, directed by Ovidiu Lazăr – 1989
The Mother, The Woman – Their Days are Numbered by Elias Canetti, directed by Ovidiu Lazăr – 1989
Elisabeth Duplay – Robespierre by George Astaloş, directed by Eugen Todoran – 1991
Teodota – Socrate (Socrates) by Dumitru Solomon, directed by Nicolae Scarlat – 1992
Adela – The Cards Face Down by Antonio Buero Vallejo, directed by Mircea Marin – 1992
Mrs. Ignazia – Tonight We Improvise by Luigi Pirandello, directed by Irina Popescu Boieru – 1993
Fulvia – Viaţa şi pătimirile lui Ovidiu Publius Naso (The Life and Tribulations of Publius Ovidius Naso) by Paul Miron, directed by Ovidiu Lazăr – 1994
Valeria – Venexiana, directed by Cristian Hadji-Culea – 1994
Madeleine Béjart – The Cabal of the Hypocrites by Mikhail Bulgakov, directed by Horea Popescu – 1996
Beatrice – The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-moon Marigolds by Paul Zindel, directed by Irina Popescu Boieru – 1997
Dona Elvira – Don Juan by Molière, directed by Irina Popescu Boieru – 1998
The Lady – Alarma (The Alert) by Olga Delia Mateescu, directed by Silvia Ionescu – 1998
The Queen – Elizabeth I by Paul Foster, directed by Irina Popescu Boieru – 1999
Elise – The Pelican adapted from August Strindberg, directed by Dan Vasile – 2000
Ogudalova – Without a Dowry by Aleksandr Nikolaevich Ostrovsky, directed by Nikolov Perveli Vili – 2000
Victoria Sava – Fii cuminte, Cristofor !... (Cristofor, behave!) by Aurel Baranga, directed by Liviu Manoliu – 2001
Concetta – Misery and Nobility by Eduardo Scarpetta, directed by Irina Popescu Boieru – 2001
Sothoba Komaki, Yasuko Rokuju – Nō Five Love Stories by Yukio Mishima, directed by Alexander Hausvater – 2002
Jacques the mother – Jack, or The Submission. The Future is in Eggs  by Eugen Ionesco, directed by Moshe Yassur – 2003
The Lady of the long night, The Widow – Poarta miresmei (The Gates of Fragrance) adapted from Marguerite Yourcenar, directed by Irina Popescu Boieru – 2003
Lady Maria – Apus de soare (Setting Sun) adapted from Barbu Ştefănescu Delavrancea, directed by Eugen Todoran – 2004
Sofia D’Alema – Stolen Life by Kostas Asimakopoulos, directed by Ovidiu Lazăr – 2004
Victoria – Trecutul zilei de mâine (Tomorrow’s Past) by Aurel Andrei, directed by Irina Popescu Boieru – 2005
Smeraldina – The Servant of Two Masters by Carlo Goldoni, directed by Nikolov Perveli Vili – 2005
Maude, Mrs. Chasen – Harold and Maude by Colin Higgins, directed by Irina Popescu Boieru – 2007

Serafina delle Rose - The Rose Tatoo by Tennessee Williams, directed by: Marius Oltean 2008

Miss Baker - The Butterflies are free by Leonard Gershe, directed by: Irina Popescu Boieru -2010

Edda - Butterflies, butterflies by Aldo Nicolaj, directed by: Liviu Manoliu-2011

            Physical details: 1,63 m, 58 kg, brown eyes.
           

Message to the audience: The actor is a normal person on whom God has poured a golden rain.

 

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