TAMARA POPESCU

Actress

Graduate of IATC, Bucharest, class of Professor Dem Rădulescu, class of 1977

Employee at "Mihai Eminescu" Theatre, Botosani, 1978

Actress of the "Marin Sorescu" National Theatre in Craiova since 1981

Member of the National Theatre "Marin Sorescu" Craiova since 21 March 2004 and Honorary Member of the same institution since December 2018

 

Roles at the National Theatre "Marin Sorescu" Craiova

Tudorita (girl), Mother, New Year's Eve - „ Dog with man. Dog without a man. ” by Lia Bugnar, Dan Coman, Simona Goşu, Maria Manolescu, Oana Pellea, Radu Tudoran and Radu Afrim, directed by Radu Afrim, season 2021-2022, premiere October 9, 2021

Dorina - "The last dance of the dragonfly" by Cornel Mihai Ungureanu, directed by Florin Caracala, season 2020-2021, premiere June 19, 2021

Voice on the phone / appearance in the bar - "Radio" by Eric Bogosian, directed by Bobi Pricop, season 2019-2020, premiere December 14, 2019

Laura - "Operation Mars" by Alexa Băcanu, directed by Dragoș Alexandru Mușoiu, 2019-2020 season, premiere September 18, 2019

Pacifist - “Aias. Essay on dementia ” after Sophocles, directed by Mihai Măniuțiu, season 2018-2019, premiere September 21, 2018

Aneta Duduleanu - „Gaiţele” by Alexandru Kirițescu, directed by Alexandru Boureanu, season 2017-2018, premiere September 22, 2017

The Old Woman - "If We Think Loudly" by Adnan Liugonić, directed by Radu Afrim, 2016-2017 season, premiere May 6, 2017

Anna Semionovna - A Month in the Country” by Ivan Sergheevich Turgheniev, directed by Cristian Juncu, 2016-2017 season , premiere October 8, 2016

Predictor - "Julius Caesar" by William Shakespeare, directed by Peter Schneider, 2015-2016 season, premiere April 17, 2016

Gusa - "Smart" theatrical fairy tale by Traian Savinescu after Brothers Grimm, directed by Traian Savinescu, season 2014-2015, premiere May 19, 2015

Grandmother - "Grandfather's Birthday" by Sergiu Vâlcu, directed by Mircea Cornişteanu, season 2014-2015, reading show March 21, 2015

The Grocer's Wife - "Rhinos" by Eugène Ionesco, directed by Robert Wilson, 2013-2014 season, premiere July 2, 2014

Sanda - "The last dance of the dragonfly" by Cornel Mihai Ungureanu, directed by Mircea Corniştenu, season 2013-2014, show-reading December 12, 2013

Nicodiki ( in the Women's Choir) - "Lysistrata" by Aristophanes, directed by Yiannis Paraskevopoulos, 2012-2013 season, premiere February 24, 2013

Liza - "Artists' Booth" by Arnošt Goldflam, directed by Raluca Păun, season 2012-2013, premiere January 18, 2013

Oh - The Apocalypse after Shakespeare by Janusz Wiśniewski, directed by Janusz Wiśniewski, season 2012-2013, premiere December 22, 2012

Mrs. Pernelle - "Tartuffe" by Molière, directed by Kincses Elemér, 2011-2012 season, premiere October 2, 2011

Lia - "Light from the Attic" by Carmen Firan, directed by Mircea Cornişteanu, season 2009-2010, premiere November 6, 2009

The Old Woman - The Chairs by Eugéne Ionesco, directed by Kincses Elemér, 2008-2009 season, premiere February 21, 2009

Vivandiera Frouchard - "The Two Orphans" musical by Eugen Mirea after Adolphe d Ennery, directed by George Ivaşcu, season 2007-2008

Athens - "Olympus on Crutches" by Dragan Stanković, directed by Mircea Cornişteanu, 2006-2007 season, premiere October 13, 2006

Louise - "Good luck and health, sir!" by Pierre Chesnot, directed by Petru Hadârcă, season 2005-2006, premiere March 4, 2006

Miss Cucu - "The Nameless Star" by Mihail Sebastian, directed by Şerban Puiu, season 2004-2005, premiere April 16, 2005

Mother - The Story of Good Intentions by John Elsom, directed by Anca-Maria Colţeanu, season 2004-2005, premiere November 14, 2004

Maria, Olivia's Maid - "How Do You Want It or the Night of the Fair" (Twelfth Night) by William Shakespeare, directed by Silviu Purcărete, 2003-2004 season, premiere March 21, 2004

Georgeta - "House with Tops" by Puşi Dinulescu, directed by Mircea Cornişteanu, season 2002-2003, premiere November 21, 2002

Thérese Dubuc - "The Comet" by Michel Tremblay, directed by Petre Bokor, season 2000-2001, premiere April 22, 2001

Veta - "A Stormy Night" by Ion Luca Caragiale, directed by Daniela Peleanu, 1998-1999 season, premiere March 27, 1999

Pythia / In chorus - "Orestia" after Aeschylus, directed by Silviu Purcărete, season 1997-1998, premiere May 15, 1998

Wanda Serafim - "The Kittens" by Al. Kiritescu, directed by Daniela Peleanu, season 1997-1998, premiere April 11, 1998

Dany - “Killer Without Symbols” by Eugène Ionesco, directed by Theodor-Cristian Popescu, season 1997-1998, premiere November 8, 1997

Ruja - "A Stormy Tragedy" by Dushan Covečevic, directed by Virginia-Marina Guzina, season 1996-1997, premiere October 2, 1996

Dr. du Parc / Marquise Chaste - "Improvisation from Versailles" by Molière, directed by Daniela Peleanu, 1994-1995 season, premiere June 10, 1995

The Sheep - "Animal Farm" musical by Peter Hall based on George Orwell's novel, directed by Cristian Hadji-Culea, 1993-1994 season, premiere April 14, 1994

In the choir of the elders of Athens - "Phaedra" after Euripides and Seneca, directed by Silviu Purcărete, season 1992-1993, the premiere took place in Vienna, June 8, 1993, in collaboration with Feestwochen from Vienna (Austria) , and premiered at the TNC headquarters on June 29, 1993

Recital - "The Human Voice" by Jean Cocteau, directed by Daniela Peleanu, season 1991-1992, premiere September 28, 1991

Regina Rosamunda – „Ubu rex cu scene din Macbeth” după Alfréd Jarry şi William Shakespeare, regia Silviu Purcărete, stagiunea 1991-1992, premiera 29 decembrie 1990

Marie – „Valiza cu stele” de Michel Lengliney, regia Daniela Peleanu, stagiunea 1991-1992, premiera 6 octombrie 1990
Vrăjitoarea – „Vărul Shakespeare” de Marin Sorescu, 1989-90, regia Mircea Cornişteanu, stagiunea 1989-1890, premiera 8 martie 1990

Zoe Trahanache - "A Lost Letter" by Ion Luca Caragiale, 1988-89, directed by Mircea Cornişteanu, season 1988-1889, premiere October 4, 1988

The First Monkey - "Where's the Bimbo?" by Hristu Nicolaide and George Mihalache, directed by Valer Dellakeza, season 1987-1888, premiere June 18, 1988

Melania - "Furniture and Pain" by Teodor Mazilu, directed by Cristian Haji-Culea, 1987-1888 season, premiere March 18, 1988

Domnica - "The Third Spike" by Marin Sorescu, directed by Mircea Cornişteanu, season 1987-1888, premiere September 17, 1987

Victoria Sătmaru - "Family" by Dina Cocea, directed by Mihai Manolescu, season 1986-1887, premiere December 17, 1986

Eliza Doolittle - "Pygmalion" by George Bernard Shaw, directed by Mihai Manolescu, season 1986-1887, premiere October 2, 1986

Ionescu Gh. Maria - "The Ages of Love" by Tudor Muşatescu and Sică Alexandrescu, directed by Valentina Balogh, season 1985-1886, premiere April 11, 1986

Getuţa - „Preşul” by Ion Băieşu, directed by Mircea Cornişteanu, season 1985-1886, premiere December 7, 1985

Corina - "Holiday Game" by Mihail Sebastian, directed by Emil Boroghină, season 1985-1886, premiere September 20, 1985

Princess Mofturica - "Forest Adventure" by Pavel Grym, directed by Valentin Balogh, season 1984-1885, premiere April 10, 1985

Marcela – „Ex” de Aldo Nicolaj, regia Mihai Manolescu, stagiunea 1983-1884, premiera 21 iunie 1984

Libby - "Hollywood Story" by Neil Simon, directed by Emil Boroghină, season 1982-1883, premiere June 15, 1983

Maria Panait - "Snowflakes and Diamonds" by Flavia Buref and Camelia Dăscălescu, directed by Constantin Dicu, season 1982-1883, premiere September 28, 1982

Emerald / Gabriela / Doina - "Politics" by Theodor Mănescu, directed by Mircea Cornişteanu, season 1982-1883, premiere September 17, 1982

Cixi - "Our Uncle from Jamaica" by Dan Tărchilă, directed by Constantin Dicu, season 1981-1882, premiere July 7, 1982

Ioana - "Pollen on the Island" by Carmen Firan, directed by Emil Boroghină, season 1981-1882, premiere May 28, 1982

Tina - "Chair" by Valeria Vrublevskaia, directed by Alexandru Grigorian, 1981-1882 season, premiere November 5, 1981

Brânduşa - "The Right Simion" by Ion Desideriu Sîrbu, directed by Georgeta Tomescu, season 1981-1882, premiere June 12, 1981

 

Awards

* 1 dec. 2004 - Medal Cultural Merit 3rd Class, Category D - Performing Arts , awarded by the President of Romania, Ion Iliescu

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