Teatrul Național Târgu-Mureș (Târgu-Mureș)
The National Theatre of Targu Mures is a public theatre in the middle of Transylvania, with two companies: a Romanian and a Hungarian one. The Hungarian company was founded in 1946, as a Szekely Theatre, and the Romanian company was born in 1962. Since then, the theatre has become well-known for its intercultural profile, and has nested lots of young actors graduating from the Theatre Academy of Targu Mures (now Arts University).
The repertory includes youth programs, bilingual shows, experimental and text theatre, musicals etc. Last year the number of plays that opened was 20 (both companies), and the number of spectators was almost 60,000. The theatre participates in lots of festivals and is one of the most visible theatres now in the region.
The theatre has The Main Hall with 598 seats, The Studio Hall with 100 seats and a new alternative space – The Parking Hall, with 200 seats and multiple posibilities of arranging them.
Teatrul Odeon (Bucharest)
The Odeon Theatre is a repertory theatre founded in 1946. It is a public institution subsidized by the General Council of Bucharest Municipality. It has two halls – Majestic Hall with a capacity of 300 seats and Studio Hall (reopened after 62 years in 2010) with a capacity of approximately 120 seats. Its permanent artistic team includes 35 actors, two directors, one designer and a choreographer. Its repertoire is varied, including performances based on Romanian and foreign texts, both classic and contemporary, highly appreciated at many festivals that we participate, both in the country and abroad. We are also developing a number of alternative programs: Dance at the Odeon, some educational ( Theatre and School , Classic is fantastic – The Childhood of Great Composers), art exhibitions and international projects.