Teatrul National Radu Stanca Sibiu

Romania

Founded in 1788, the Teatrul National Radu Stanca (TNRS) is one of the major theatres in Romania. Situated in Sibiu, a city with a strong cultural potential (European Capital of Culture in 2007), it has developed significant artistic partnerships with local, regional and national organizations and also with Universities and associations. Its strong links with the different communities of the city form Sibiu's wealth.
It is a repertory theatre and has a large troupe of permanent actors. It also runs a school of dramatic excellence and widely produces its productions on international stages.
The Sibiu International Drama Festival, which welcomes many European artists every year, is entirely run by the TNRS and contributes to the creation of a real platform for exchanges and communication in Romania and in Europe.

The National Theatre Radu Stanca Sibiu produced Solitaritate written and directed by Gianina Cărbunariu.
The citizens' workshop Moving cities Sibiu accompanied the production and the tour.
The Romanian theatre hosted Exils by Fabrice Murgia and La Réunification des deux Corées by Joël Pommerat.
It will showcase as well Le Sorelle Macaluso written and directed by Emma Dante, Dire ce qu’on ne pense pas dans des langues qu’on ne parle pas directed by Antônio Araújo and the creation directed by Olivier Py.
It will host a workshop with young French actors directed by Vlad Massaci.