Bulandra Theatre

Bucharest, Romania

Bulandra Theatre

The Bulandra Theatre (Romanian: Teatrul Bulandra) in Bucharest, Romania was founded in 1947 as Teatrul Municipal; its first director was Lucia Sturdza-Bulandra, one of the leading Romanian stage actresses of her generation. Liviu Ciulei was director between 1963 and 1972; one of the most important directors since then was ╚śtefan Iord─ânescu (1999ÔÇô2002), who restructured the theatre management. From 2002 until his death in 2019, the theatre was directed by Alexandru Darie; as of 2020, the director is Vlad Zamfirescu.

Since 1991, the Bulandra Theatre has been a member of the Union of European Theatres, which was founded in March 1990. The theatre currently has two stages, located about 1.5┬ákm (0.93┬ámi) apart from one another: Sala Liviu Ciulei, the former Sala Izvor (renovated 2002) near the D├ómbovi┼úa River, not far from the southwest corner of Ci╚Ömigiu Gardens; and Sala Toma Caragiu (renovated 2003), about half a kilometer southeast of Pia╚Ťa Roman─â, just east of the Gr─âdina Icoanei park.

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