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"0 for Behaviour" (“Nota zero la purtare”) online, for the young ones

Wednesday, 17 March 2021 , ora 10.09

Brașov Opera House invites both the youth and the nostalgic ones to watch the online broadcast of the "0 Points for Behaviour" musical on Wednesday, the 17th of March, 2021, starting at 6:30 PM, composed by the beloved Marius Țeicu, with Ada Vertan's text adaptation. The spectacle brings forth (once) again the high school life, with classroom conflicts, the schoolboy's humorous leg-pulls, the shyness of the first dates, the pain of failures, and, last but not least, the concern for one's own future.


Maria Manole - Cristina Coatu

Adrian Oproiu (Karate) - Dan Ionescu

Mugurel Oancea as ȘtefanUrsu

Bogdan Mirică as Mihai Pop (Mișu)

Emil Dumbravă as Ion Corvin (Barbarossa)

Anca Panait as Mia Luca

Marius Tămășanu as Octavian Săvescu

Valer Lucaciu as Cristian Bădina

Paul Tomescu (debut) as IoanLazăr (Johny)

Ștefan Schuller as Horia Chițiba (Vucea)/The Form Master

Lorand Cristian as the Geography Professor (Columbus)

Lucian Burlacu as The Headmaster/Manole

Ion Tașcă as The Manager

Simona Manole as Georgiana Modorcea

Alina Ichim as Ana Maria Longin

Mihaela Marele as Camelia Roberta Popescu

In collaboration with the Brașov Opera House's Ballet

Artistic direction: Silvia Papadopoulos.

Scenography: Rodica Garștea.

Choreography: Ramona Mezei.

Staging: Silvia Papadopoulos.

The spectacle will be broadcast online on the Facebook page and the official YouTube channel of the Brașov Opera House, free of charge, on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LbKlQhqmST4&feature=youtu.beth

Saturday, the 20th of March 2021, starting at 6:30 PM, Brașov Opera House invites you to watch an online broadcast of an event that has been highly successful from its first airing - "Throughout the world of the film scores" ("Prinlumeamuzicii de film"). The show brings attention to the most famous scores of the films that have marked the history of the world cinema, from "Gone With The Wind" (1939) - one of the most watched films in history with the biggest boxoffice for decades; a film which still brings joy to millions of film-fans; "Casablanca" (1942), considered one of the best movies of the 20th century; "Limelight" (1952) - written, produced, and directed by Charlie Chaplin, the one that also composed the film score for this motion picture; "The Sound of Music" Musical (1965) - with Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer in the leading roles; "Romeo and Juliet" (1968), a film by the renowned Franco Zeffirelli as director and co-screenwriter; "Love Story" (1970) - the film that needs no introduction, and which inspired millions of young people; "The Godfather" (1972), the celebrated production of Francis Ford Coppola, with Marlon Brando and Al Pacino in the leading roles; to "Titanic" (1977) - the winner of no less than 11 Oscars, and "Evita" (1996), a film with Madonna portraying Evita Peron.

The unforgettable melodies from these films will be brought to life by the soloists of the Brașov Opera House: Mădălina Bourceanu, Nicoleta Chirilă, Anda Pop, Asineta Răducan, Carmen Topciu, Valentina Mărgăraș, Lăcrămioara Schuller, Cristina Roșu, Simona Manole, Mihai Irimia, Alexandru Aghenie, Valentin Marele, Adrian Mărcan, Marian Rește. They will be accompanied by Ovidiu Mezei on piano, the one who came up with the idea of this unique show. Ballet soloists: Anamaria Boancă, Dorin Mirea, in collaboration with the Choir of the Brașov Opera House. The host of this event will be Irina Margareta Nistor, a renowned film critic and beloved voice. Scenography: Rodica Garștea. Choreography: Ramona Mezei. Stage director: Marilena Aldea.

The spectacle will be broadcast online on the Facebook page and the official Youtube channel of the Brașov Opera House, free of charge, on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TQiqXEFfZLE.

Translated by Cotar Alexandr,
University of Bucharest, Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures, MTTLC, year II
Corrected by Silvia Petrescu