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Osonó Theatre goes on tour

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Between the 3rd and 6th of May, the secondary school students of four Romanian settlements, Cehu Silvaniei, Carei, Oradea and Valea Lui Mihai will be able to see “As water reflects the face”, a performance based on the personal stories of youngsters. The tour is part of a complex project funded by the National Cultural Fund Administration of Romania (Administraţia Fondului Cultural Naţional).


The company’s project is titled #Reactive, it’s running in the period between March-November and its main objective is to give impulse and impetus to around 250 students and 50 teachers of the secondary schools in five settlements in the post-Covid19 period, through theatre, film and drama games.

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The drama students of Sfântu Gheorghe take the first prize in the country

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Between 18-22 April, the National Actors’ School Subject Competition of Romanian secondary school drama classes took place in Timișoara, with the participation of about 160 secondary school drama course students from 14 counties of the country. During the awards ceremony on Friday, the drama class of the Plugor Sándor Secondary School of Arts, led by Fazakas Misi, received four awards. The grand prize of the School Competition, that is the first prize for team competition was awarded to the class’s performance titled Antigone, while Póra Jácinta won third prize in the individual competition. Two special prizes for performance were also awarded to the drama students: Kiss Péter for most mature stage presence and  Szimion Helga for the intensity of inner experience.

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The drama students of Sfântu Gheorge in Osonó’s vocational camp

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Osonó Theatre, a Registered National and European Talent Point and its legal background organisation Bolyongó Theatre Association have carried out a complex, artistic and long-term talent development project for the drama students of the Plugor Sándor Art Secondary School of Sfântu Gheorghe, with the funding of the National Talent Programme. To ensure in-depth work, the programme will end with a concluding creative camp, which will take place between 20-25 March in the Casa cu Flori Guesthouse in Valea Crișului.


The aim of the long-term talent development programme, led by professionals Fazakas Misi and Mucha Oszkár, was to encourage the students  of Romania’s first accredited drama school to see the difficulties and problems they face in the current pandemic situation as a new impulse for responding adequately, whether it be creative work, opinion-forming or simply living everyday situations. The project has placed personality development and community building as well as digital presence and visual education at the core of the activities, which enable youngsters to develop their problem-solving skills and motivation, and to discover how to be present in the online and digital world, in a useful and valuable way.

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Osonó Theatre celebrates its 29th birthday

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Osonó Theatre celebrates its 29th birthday in Budapest by holding workshops and organising a reunion for former and present members who live in the capital. Since its foundation on February the 3rd 1993, the company have had 183 members and throughout the years a total of 22 performances were presented, of which 6 were co-produced with theatres from Thailand, Morocco, Budapest, Italy and Sfântu Gheorghe. Beyond the theatre performances, the self-sufficient theatre company has organised over a thousand education and social projects for youngsters and adults as well. During these 29 years, a total of 1,443 performances were held by the company, of which 1,100 in the last ten years, as an independent theatre in 320 settlements of 28 countries of 3 continents. Osonó Theatre’s projects and performances have been acknowledged until now with 54 national and international awards.