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Radu Ghilaş

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Radu Ghilaş

     Date and place of birth: 27 February 1971, Chişinău - Republic of Moldova
    Graduated in 1994 from the “George Enescu” University of Arts Iaşi, class of Geta Angheluţă, Sergiu Tudose,Emil Coşeru class of 1994.
    Currently taking the Masters course in  Performance Arts at the “George Enescu” University of Arts in Iaşi.
    Worked at the “Ion Creangă” Theatre in Chişinău, the Republic of Moldova, between 1987 and 1990: since 1994 acting at the “Vasile Alecsandri” National Theatre, Iaşi.
Roles played at the “Vasile Alecsandri” National Theatre, Iaşi 
Mache Razachescu – D’ale carnavalului (Carnival Capers) by I. L. Caragiale, directed by Emil Coşeru – 1993 
Bazilisky – Provincial Anecdotes by Alexander Vampilov, directed by Ion Sapdaru – 1994 
Peter – Nu muriţi din întâmplare ! (Your Death is Not Accidental!) by Ion Băieşu, directed by Ion Sapdaru – 1995
The Second thief – Timon of Athens by William Shakespeare, directed by Irina Popescu Boieru – 1995
Andres – Woyzeck by Georg Büchner, directed by Ovidiu Lazăr – 1995
Moirron – The Cabal of the Hypocrites by Mikhail Bulgakov, directed by Horea Popescu – 1996
Zeppo – Picnic on the Battlefield by Fernando Arrabal, directed by Irina Popescu Boieru – 1996
Artur – Tango by Slavomir Mrozek, directed by Ion Sapdaru – 1996
Tincuţa – Cinel-cinel (The Riddle) by Vasile Alecsandri, directed by Sorana Coroamă Stanca – 1996
A Guest – Chiriţa în provinţie (Chiriţa in the Countryside) by Vasile Alecsandri, directed by Ion Sapdaru – 1997
Holstomer – Holstomer adapted from Lev Tolstoy, directed by Ovidiu Lazăr – 1997
The Intern – D’ale carnavalului (Carnival Capers) by I. L. Caragiale, directed by Sorana Coroamă Stanca – 1997
Vaska Pepel, Alyoshka – The Lower Depths by Maxim Gorky, directed by Cristian Hadji-Culea – 1997
The Grandson – Eu când vreau să fluier, fluier (When I feel Like Whistling, I Whistle) by Andreea Vălean, directed by Irina Popescu Boieru – 1998
The Rabbi’s disciple – Teibele and Her Demon by Isaac Bashevis Singer, directed by Alexander Hausvater – 1998
Flute – A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare, directed by Ion Sapdaru – 1998
Sir Robert Cecil, Adelantado – Elizabeth I by Paul Foster, directed by Irina Popescu Boieru – 1999
Fredrik – The Pelican adapted from August Strindberg, directed by Dan Vasile – 2000
Karandyshev – Without a Dowry by Aleksandr Nikolaevich Ostrovsky, directed by Nikolov Perveli Vili – 2000
Tartuffe’s servant – Tartuffe by Molière, directed by Petru Vutcărău – 2000
Xantos – The Fox and the Grapes by Guillherme Figueiredo, directed by Vitalie Bichir – 2001
Eugenio – Misery and Nobility by Eduardo Scarpetta, directed by Irina Popescu Boieru – 2001
Biţu – Circul Matteo (The Matteo Circus) by Adrian Lustig, directed by Dan Vasile – 2001
Mishima’s Disciple, Kaneko, The Second old man – Nō Five Love Stories by Yukio Mishima, directed by Alexander Hausvater – 2002
Shvonder –  A Dog’s Heart: An Appalling Story adapted from Mikhail Bulgakov, directed by Ion Sapdaru – 2003
Jacques the son – Jack, or The Submission. The Future is in Eggs  by Eugen Ionesco, directed by Moshe Yassur – 2003
Khirin – Despre efectul dăunător al nostalgiei (About the Harmful Effects of Nostalgia) adapted from A. P. Chekhov, directed by Ion Sapdaru – 2004
Governor Alexa – Apus de soare (Setting Sun) adapted from Barbu Ştefănescu Delavrancea, directed by Eugen Todoran – 2004
The Syrian – Salome by Oscar Wilde, directed by Alexander Hausvater – 2004
The Chancellor – Ivona, The Princess of Burgundia by Witold Gombrowicz, directed by Ovidiu Lazăr – 2004
Silvio – The Servant of Two Masters by Carlo Goldoni, directed by Nikolov Perveli Vili – 2005
Tonino – The Matchmakers, adapted from A. Tsagareli, directed by Ion Sapdaru – 2006
Mihail Sebastian – Steaua fără Mihail Sebastian (The Nameless Star without Mihail Sebastian) by Dumitru Crudu, directed by Ion Sapdaru – 2006
Hanibal de la Luna – Cloud Tectonics by Jose Rivera, directed by Cezar Ghioca – 2007
Albert – The Audition by Aleksandr Galin, directed by Claudiu Goga – 2007
The Piano player – The Orchestra by Jean Anouilh, directed by Irina Popescu Boieru – 2008

Sandu - Made in €st by Constantin Cheianu, directed by: Claudiu Goga - 2009

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

Henric- The Murder of  Gonzago by Nedialko Iordanov, directed by: Andro Enukidze -2009
Corul Aheilor - Here, at the Gate of Darkness- after Hecuba and other tragedies by Euripide, directed bya: Mihai Măniuţiu-2010

Prince  Henric - Falstaff Show, directed by Ion Sapadaru 2010  

The Husband, The Blind Man - Dawn-Way by Oleg Bogaev, directed by de Radu Afrim -2011

Basque - the Misanthropist by Molière, directed by Gábor Tompa, 2011

Tuzenbah Nikolai Lvovici - Three Sisters by A.P. Cehov, directed by Cristian Hadji-Culea,2012

Protipendada - Iaşi in Carnival by Vasile Alecsandri, direcetd by Alexandru Dabija, 2012

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

 Wedding participant, Choir - The Florentine Hat by Eugene Labiche

  Emanuel Swedenborg -Mister Swedenborg wants to dream, Mihai Măniuţiu, 2013

 Movie roles:
1986 – “Ruta” (“The Route”), directed by Dumitru Fusu
1992 – “Betrayal” directed by M. Sotchi şi V. Brescanu
             Television roles:
1987 – „Se caută o stea” (“Star Wanted”), directed by Emil Loteanu
2005 – main role in documentary made for the programme „Între soft şi moft”
            Awards: 
1994 - Award for male performance at the „Quo Vadis” Student Theatre Festival
2004 - “Cultural Merit” Medal, awarded by the Romanian President, for the entire activity.
            Collaborations:
The Athenaeum in Tătăraşi, Iaşi:
Nurse 3 in „Morţi şi vii” (“The Quick and the Dead”) by Ştefan Caraman, directed by Ion Sapdaru
The Poet in „Ultima spendoare a chinezăriei pure” (“The Final Splendour of Pure Chinoiserie”) adapted from S. I. Witkiewicz, directed by Benoit Vitse
    In 1998 directs at the French Cultural Centre the show “Jurnalul lui Adam şi al Evei” (“Adam and Eve’s Diary”) adapted from Mark Twain.
    Between 1994 and 2005 collaborated with Radio Iaşi and TVR Iaşi. Since 2000 has  collaborated with the Centre for Community Mediation and Security.
    Taught drama at the “Costache Negruzzi” College in Iaşi between 2002 and 2003.
    Collaborated with the “Save the Children” Foundation between 2004 and 2005.
    Working since 2006 as a teaching assistant at the “George Enescu” University of Arts Iaşi, Drama Department.
            Foreign languages: Russian – advanced
                                       English – average
            Physical details: 1,80 m, 75 kg, blue eyes. 
            Hobby: travelling, reading, swimming.

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