În luna februarie am fost la piesa "Împăratul muștelor", bazată pe cartea omonimă scrisă de William Golding. Am ajuns pe pagina Teatrului Excelsior în urma unei recomandări de la un bun prieten care deja văzuse piesa, iar entuziasmul lui a fost suficient pentru a rezerva biletele la teatru fără să stăm pe gânduri.
In February we went to the "Lord of the Flies" play, based on the book by William Golding. We received a recommendation from a good friend who had already seen the performance and it was enough to book our places.
Few days before Christmas we went to our last theatre-related event of 2019 - "The Curious Case of a Dog in the Night Time" at Bucharest National Theatre. Once again, we went with no expectations and no idea what the play was about. We received the recommendation from a trustworthy source and we just went … Continue reading Theatre review: The Curious Case of a Dog in the Night Time by Mark Haddon
It seems that the end of 2019 is successful in terms of participating to cultural events 🙂 A few days ago I went to another play at the National Theatre of Bucharest - "The mute parrot. Stories almost true about an almost forgotten spy" (RO: Papagalul mut. Istorii aproape adevărate despre un spion aproape uitat). … Continue reading Theatre review: The story of Chevalier d’Éon, a French male & female spy
Three blind mice ... See how they run ... It seems that each play I see by Agatha Christie features a creepy song, and "The Mousetrap" was no exception. After almost 1 year from seeing "And Then There Were None" by Agatha Christie, I did it again 🙂 Of course, I went to the play … Continue reading Theatre review: The Mousetrap by Agatha Christie
Ten little Indian boys went out to dine; One choked his little self and then there were nine. Nine little Indian boys sat up very late; One overslept himself and then there were eight ... That's how the play on 3rd of November started - with this well-known poem transformed into a creepy song. If … Continue reading Theatre Review: And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie
Have you ever wondered what did the first woman and the first man think of each other? And how did their relationship develop, as they were the first couple on Earth? Last Sunday I went to a play that imagined the answer to these questions by taking a playful and witty approach to the widely known religious subject. … Continue reading Theatre Review: The Diary of Adam and Eve by Mark Twain