Wednesday, April 21, 2021, 18:00 EET (GMT +02:00)
Director: Igor Annaklychev / Turkmenistan
Actor: Cătălin Mihai Miculeasa
Episode: Day 9. Story 3
about the Director
Annaklychev Igor Mikhailovich is an actor, director, and, since 2007, he is the managing director of the ArtEast (ArtIst) Theatre, in Turkmenistan.
In 2020 he became a member of the Russian Theatres Association from abroad.
In 2005, Annaklychev Igor Mikhailovich was awarded the Diploma for ”Contribution to the Culture of Turkmenistan”.
His main works are: F.M Dostoevsky’s Another Man’s Wife and a Husband under the Bed, M. Camoletti’s Pyjama pour six, R. Cooney’s Caught in the Net and many others.
about the actor
Cătălin Mihai Miculeasa
Cătălin-Mihai Miculeasa graduated from the University of Craiova, Arts Department, Performing Arts – Acting, and he is an actor at the “Marin Sorescu” National Theatre.
Although he has been part of the Craiova National Theatre for only few years (2017), Cătălin has already created more than 20 different roles.
He is playing in 12 performances in the current season: Inimă și alte preparate din carne by Dan Coman, directed by Radu Afrim (2020), Outfitul Șearpelui by Marius Aldea, a performance by Andrea Gavriliu (2020), Talk Radio by Eric Bogosian, directed by Bobi Pricop (2019), Good News. Final! by Davide Carnevali, directed by Alexandru Dabija (2019), 1,2,3…Bébé by André Roussin, directed by Alexandru Boureanu (2019), Meerkats House by David Drábek, directed by Radu Afrim (2019), White Room by Alexandra Badea, directed by Florin Caracala (2019), Ajax. An Essay on Dementia after Sophocles, directed by Mihai Maniutiu (2018), Athens by Night after William Shakespeare, directed by Charles Chemin, Gaițele by A. Kirițescu, directed by Alexandru Boureanu (2017), Năpasta by I.L.Caragiale, directed by Kincses Elemér (2017), Fȇte after Molière, directed by Andreea Ciocirlan (2018).
In Craiova, he has also worked with László Bocsárdi (The Abashed Husband by Molière), Andrei Majeri (Exploziv by Elise Wilk and Blood Wedding by F. G. Lorca), Philip Parr (Romeo and Juliet by W. Shakespeare), Rick St. Peter (Spațiul privat), Hakob Ghazanchyan (The Clouds by Aristophanes).