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Despre Mirela Cioabă

Graduate of IATC Bucharest, class of Professor Octavian Cotescu, class of 1979

Actress of the “Marin Sorescu” National Theatre of Craiova , 1982-2015

Honorary Member of the National Theatre “Marin Sorescu” Craiova since 2018

A profound spirit, Mirela Cioabă is the author of “The Loneliness of the Tragic Hero” (Aius, 2011), having been awarded the title of Doctor of Theatre Studies for her research in ancient tragedy.

 

Roles at the National Theater “Marin Sorescu” Craiova

Duchess of York, 2nd Murderer – “Richard III” by William Shakespeare, directed by Bocsárdi László, season 2022-2023, premiere  28 mai 2022

Amelia Selby – “Think of Africa” by Gordon Dryland, directed by Alexandru Boureanu, 2020-2021 season, premiere 18 December 2020

Mother – “The Bloody Wedding” by Federico Garcia Lorca, directed by Andrei Majeri, 2016-2017 season, premiere 26 February 2017

„Private Space” collage of texts, directed by Rick St. Peter, 2016-2017 season, premiere 18 May 2017

Madame Boeuf – „Rinocerii” de Eugéne Ionesco, regia Robert Wilson (SUA), stagiunea 2013-2014, premiera 2 iulie 2014

Millie – „Hot L Baltimore” by Lanford Wilson, directed by Peter Schneider (USA), season 2013-2014, premiere 14 February 2014

Mariska – „Familia Tót by István Örkény, directed by László Bocsárdi, season 2013-2014, premiere 27 september 2013

Krittyla (women’s choir) – “Lysistrata” by Aristophanes, directed by Yiannis Paraskevopoulus, 2012-2013 season, premiere 24 February 2013

Ah – „Apocalipsa după Shakespeare” by Janusz Wiśniewski, directed by Janusz Wiśniewski, season 2012-2013, premiere 22 December 2012

Efimița – “Conu’ Leonida face with reaction” by Ion Luca Caragiale, directed by Diana Dragoș, 2010-2011 season, premiere 16 April 2011

Anfisa – “Three Sisters” by Anton Pavlovich Chekhov, directed by Andreas Pantzis, 2009-2010 season, premiere 23 March 2010

Veta Ionescu – “Puiu’s Wedding” by Puși Dinulescu, directed by Mircea Cornișteanu, 2008-2009 season, premiere 22 April 2009

The Witch – “Engrave yourself” by Victor Eftimiu, directed by Alexandru Boureanu, 2008-2009 season, premiere 15 February 2009

Sofia – “Olympus on crutches” by Drăgan Stanković, directed by Mircea Cornișteanu, 2006-2007 season, premiere 13 October 2006

The village madwoman/ Bar mistress – “Hotel Europa, complete” by Matei Vișniec, directed by Șerban Puiu, 2004-2005 season, premiere 19 December 2004

Frosine – “The miser” by Molière, directed by Bocsárdi Lászlo, 2004-2005 season, premiere 25 September 2004

Kvaşnia – “Night Asylum” by Maxim Gorky, directed by Claudiu Goga, season 2003-2004, premiere 29 November 2003

Lena – “Woman in a Cage” by Mircea-Radu Iacoban, directed by Anca-Maria Colțeanu, season 2002-2003, premiere 30 May 2003

Miţa Baston – „D’ale carnavalului by Ion Luca Caragiale, directed by Mircea Cornișteanu, 2001-2002 season, premiere 10 February 2002

The Widow – “The Wicked of the West” by John Millington Synge, directed by Bocsárdi Lászlo, 2000-2001 season, premiere 21 June 2001

Rose Ouimet – „Cumetrele” by Michel Tremblay, directed by Petre Bokor, 2000-2001 season, premiere 22 April 2001

Anzoletta – “Carnival of Gossip” by Carlo Goldoni, directed by Vlad Mugur, 2000-2001 season, premiere 14 October 2000

Sf. Felicitas – „Perpetua şi Felicitas” dramatic script and direction Tudor Chirilă, 1999-2000 season, premiere 12 February 2000

Mrs. Sirelli – “That’s right (if you think so)” by Luigi Pirandello, directed by Vlad Mugur, 1999-2000 season, premiere 16 October 1999

Zița – “A stormy night” by Ion Luca Caragiale, directed by Daniela Peleanu, 1998-1999 season, premiere 27 March 1999

Phrynia – „Timon din Atena” by William Shakespeare, directed by Mihai Măniuțiu, 1998-1999 season, premiere 19 December 1998

Mother – “Careul” by Constantin Voiculescu, directed by Constantin Dicu, 1998-1999 season, premiere 15 September 1998

The Old Woman – “The Peasants” by André Gille, directed by Tudor Chirilă, 1997-1998 season, premiere 12 July 1998

Casandra – „Orestia” after Aeschylus, directed by Silviu Purcărete, 1997-1998 season, premiere 15 May 1998

Zoia – „Gaiţele” by Alexandru Kirițescu, directed by Daniela Peleanu, 1997-1998 season, premiere 11 April 1998

Flamina – “Pinochio at Venice” by Edward Carey, directed by Robert Delamere, 1996-1997 season, premiere 9 May 1997

A clown groper – “Hamlet” by William Shakespeare, directed by Tompa Gábor, 1996-1997 season, premiere 5 January 1997

Iulca – “A stormy tragedy” by Dușan Covačevic, directed by Virginia-Marina Guzina, 1996-1997 season, premiere 2 October 1996

Mrs. Iulia – „Miss Iulia” by August Strindberg, directed by Bogdan-Cristian Drăgan, 1994-1995 season, premiere 2 April 1995

A sheep/ A hen – “Animal Farm” musical by Peter Hall after George Orwell, directed by Cristian Hadji-Culea, season 1993-1994, premiere 14 April 1994

Doica – „Phaedra” after Euripides and Seneca, directed by Silviu Purcărete, season 1992-1993, premiere in Vienna, 8 June 1993, in collaboration with Feestwochen in Vienna (Austria), and premiere at TNC headquarters on 29 June 1993.

Tamora – „Titus Andronicus” by William Shakespeare, directed by Silviu Purcărete, 1991-1992 season, premiere 14 March 1992

The Young Lady – “Ballet Music” by Felix Aderca, directed by Ioan Ieremia, 1990-1991 season, premiere 15 June 1991

Blegoslav – “Ubu rex with scenes from Macbeth” after Alfred Jarry and William Shakespeare, directed by Silviu Purcărete, 1990-1991 season, premiere 29 December 1990

Ana – „President” by Ion Băieșu, directed by Mircea Cornișteanu, 1990-1991 season, premiere 7 December 1985

Titirez/ Hold your horse – “Cousin Shakespeare” by Marin Sorescu, directed by Mircea Cornișteanu, 1989-1990 season, premiere 8 March 1990

Ara – “Ark of Good Hope” by Ion Desideriu Sîrbu, directed by Aureliu Manea, 1989-1990 season, premiere 17 September 1989

Zambila – “Dwarf in the summer garden” by Dumitru Radu Popescu, directed by Silviu Purcărete, season 1988-1989, premiere 27 May 1989

The Second Monkey/Pink Panther – “Where’s Bimbo” by George Mihalache and Hristu Nicolaide, directed by Valer Dellakeza, 1987-1988 season, premiere 18 June 1988

Lizica – “Furniture and Pain” by Teodor Mazilu, directed by Cristian Hadji-Culea, 1987-1988 season, premiere 18 March 1988

Avis Crichton – “Artist” by Julia de Somerset Maugham, directed by Mihai Manolescu, 1987-1988, premiere 18 December 1987

Georgică – “The Bite from the Window” by Victor Ion Popa, directed by Mihai Manolesu, 1987-1988 season, premiere 28 August 1987

Antonia – “Cactus Flower” by Barillet and Gerdy, directed by Mircea Cornișteanu, 1986-1987 season, premiere 12 February 1987

Marie-Rose – “Inn of Enigmas” by Marica Beligan, directed by Mircea Cornișteanu, 1986-1987 season, premiere 18 September 1986

Doina – “Thinking cane” by Thedor Mănescu, directed by Mircea Cornișteanu, season 19

85-1986, premiere 8 May 1986

Elena Rudeanu – “Winter of the Grey Wolf” by Ion Desideriu Sîrbu, directed by Mihai Manolescu, season 1985-1986, premiere 7 March 1986

Angélique – “Three Venetian Twins” by Andreea Matinzzi, directed by Mihai Manolescu, season 1984-1985, premiere 6 September 1985

Dora – “The Sand Depot Guard” by Dumitru Radu Popescu, directed by Mihai Manolescu, season 1984-1985, premiere 11 January 1985

Maria Bujor – “The Art of Conversation” by Ileana Vulpescu, directed by Remus Mărgineanu, 1984-1985 season, premiere 26 October 1984

Ghighy – “A Romantic Soul” by Tudor Popescu, directed by Mircea Cornișteanu, 1983-1984 season, premiere 8 March 1984

Didina Mazu – „D’ale carnavalului by Ion Luca Caragiale, directed by Mircea Cornișteanu, 1983-1984 season, premiere 31 January 1984

The heavy earth – “The heavy earth” by Valeriu Anania, directed by Cristian Hadji-Culea, season 1983-1984, premiere 27 September 1983

Stella – “A Streetcar Named Desire” by Tennesse Williams, directed by Remus Mărgineanu, 1982-1983 season, premiere 12 March 1983

Daniela – “Recipe for Happiness” by Mircea Ștefănescu, directed by Valentina Balogh, 1982-1983 season, premiere 30 November 1982

Journalist – “Accidental death of a rebel” by Dario Fo, directed by Valentina Balogh, season 1980-1981, premiere 21 March 1981

Ana – “The game of life and death in the desert of ashes” by Horia Lovinescu, directed by Mircea Cornișteanu, season 1980-1981, premiere 18 September 1980

 

Roles at other theatres

Her – “Delir in two” by Eugéne Ionesco, directed by Alexandru Boureanu, 2018

Marieta – “The Time Merchant” by Matei Vișniec, directed by Mihai Lungeanu, 2011

Mother – “Misunderstanding” by Albert Camus, directed by Vlad Drăgulescu, 2010

Veta – “A Stormy Night” by Ion Luca Caragiale, directed by Zoltan Schapira, 2006

The old woman – “The honest thief” by Valeriu Butulescu, directed by Horațiu Apan, 2005

Ghiță Pristanda – “A lost letter” by Ion Luca Caragiale, directed by Zoltan Schapira, 2005

Vale – “Hail and Vale” by Peter Shaffer, directed by Bogdan Cioabă, 2004

The Old Woman – “Temporary Eternity” by Valeriu Butulescu, directed by Horațiu-Ioan Apan, 2004

Maria – “The woman with the bags” by Dumitru Velea, directed by Horațiu Apan, 2003

Veta – “A Stormy Night” by Ion Luca Caragiale, directed by Zoltan Schapira, 2002

Veronica Micle – “Letters to Eminescu” by Veronica Micle, directed by Bogdan Cioabă, 2002

Ines – “With closed doors” by Jean-Paul Sartre, directed by Bogdan Cioabă, 2001

Neighbour – “The honest thief” by Valeriu Butulescu, directed by Rodica Băițan, 1993

Ifigenia – „Ifigenia în Taurida” by Goethe, directed by Aureliu Manea, 1981

Ara – “Ark of Good Hope” by Ion Desideriu Sîrbu, directed by Bogdan Ulmu, 1981

Woman – “The Paraclete” by Marin Sorescu, directed by Radu Dinulescu, 1981

Lucky – “The Mysterious Phone Call” by Virgil Stoenescu, directed by Constantin Dinischiotu, 1980

Inginera – “Pele and the Green Horses” by Mircea M. Ionescu, directed by Florin Fătulescu, 1980

Woman – “Medusa Raft” by Marin Sorescu, directed by Florin Fătulescu, 1980

Monica Mateescu – “The fiancée” by Alexandru Sever, directed by Marcel Șoma, 1979

Neighbour – “View from the bridge” by Arthur Miller, directed by Ovidiu Schumacher, 1979

Ludmila – “Circle in four corners” by Valentin Kataev, 1978

Rita – “Sweet flying plate” by Gianni Rodari, directed by Mihai Radoslavescu, 1975

 

Show Direction

“Diary of a Madman” by Nikolai Vasilyevich Gogol, University of Craiova

„Ăl de l-a văzut pe Dumnezeu” by Marin Sorescu, National Theatre “Marin Sorescu” Craiova

 

Film roles

Mother – “Liviu’s Dream”, directed by Cornel Porumboiu

Marioara – “Death of Mr. Lazarescu”, regia Cristi Puiu

Mrs Mănescu – “It was or it wasn’t”, directed by Cornel Porumboiu Elena – “Out of Love with the Best Intentions”, directed by Adrian Sitaru

Director – “Child miner”, directed by Alexandra Gulea

Graduate – “Catalogue”, directed by Sorin Marin

Marieta – “Above All”, directed by Iacob Pastina and Victor Cioabă

 

Awards and prizes 

2023 – Premiul  pentru întreaga activitate artistică de la Teatrul Naţional „Marin Sorescu” Craiova oferit de revista de teatru ,,Rinocerul”

2018 – Title of “Honorary Member” of the Marin Sorescu National Theatre, Craiova

2013 – Award for scenography, International Studio Theatre Festival, Pitesti

2013 – Title of “Honorary Citizen of Arges and Muscel”, awarded by Arges County Council

2011 – ,,I.D. Sîrbu” Prize for the volume ,,Loneliness of the tragic hero”, awarded by the culture magazine ,,Mozaic”

2010 – Inclusion in the Dictionary of Romanian Personalities (Who is Who)

2009 – Best Actress Award, International Studio Theatre Festival, Pitesti

2009 – Special award for outstanding activity in the artistic field – “Women of the Year 2009” Gala

2008 – Diploma of Excellence, awarded by Arges County Council

2005 – Diploma “Dedication and Destiny” awarded by Hunedoara County Council

2005 – TVR International Award

2004 – “Cultural Merit” Medal, class III, category D – Performing Arts, awarded by the Romanian Presidency

2004 – Title of “Societar” of the National Theatre “Marin Sorescu” Craiova

2003 – Honorary Diploma of Craiova City Hall

1989 – Second Prize for the role of Zambila in ,,The Dwarf in the Summer Garden” by Dumitru Radu Popescu, National Theatre Festival, 8th edition

1985 – Second Prize for the interpretation of the role of Elena Rudeanu in ,,Iarna lupului cenușiu” by Ion Desideriu Sîrbu, Historical Theatre Gala, Craiova, 5th edition

1985 – Special Jury Prize, for the role of Dora in ,,The Sand Depository Guard” by Dumitru Radu Popescu, National Theatre Festival, Timișoara

1980 – Prize for debut at the Contemporary Theatre Gala in Brasov, for the role of the Woman in ,,Pluta meduzei” by Marin Sorescu

1979 – Third Prize, Student Art Festival, Timișoara, for the role of Ludmila in ,,The Four Corners Circle” by Valentin Kataev, directed by Octavian Cotescu

 

Publications

“And I Lived in Communism” (collective volume), edited by Ioana Părvulescu, Humanitas Publishing House, Bucharest, 2015

“The loneliness of the tragic hero”, essay, Aius Publishing House, Craiova, 2011

“Philoctet or the loneliness of man”, in Annals of the University of Craiova, Arts Series, Year II, no. 3, 2011

“Oedipus or the man of the crossroads”, in Annals of the University of Craiova, Arts Series, year I, no. 2, 2010

“Electra or the Killer Swan”, in Annals of the University of Craiova, Arts Series, Year I, no. 1, 2010

“An actor, a poem”, anthology, Pasărea Măiastră Publishing House, Tg. Jiu, 2010

“Actori poets, poets-actors”, anthology, Brumar Publishing House, Timișoara, 2009

“In the tear that surrounds the house”, verses, Scrisul Românesc Publishing House, Craiova, 1991

 

Professional affiliation

UNITER Member

Member of the artistic council of the National Theatre ,,Marin Sorescu” Craiova

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