27 Oct| 18:00, 21:00 – Bulandra Theatre, „Liviu Ciulei” Hall
“The family is founded on free marriage between spouses, their full equality and the right and duty of parents to ensure the upbringing, education and instruction of children.” (Source: Constitution)
At the end of November 2015 the Official Gazette of Romania published a draft law that proposes to amend the current art. 48, para 1 of the supreme law of the state with the following wording: “The family is founded on free marriage between a man and a woman”.
Deeply intrigued by that, Eugen Jebeleanu, director and author of the project, wrote a play consisting of twenty scenes which analyse the current social issues such as homosexuality, adoption, physical and psychic abuse, lack of communication etc. Families is a testimonial of the tightest and most sacred bond among people. Which begs the question: what is the meaning of family today?
Directed by: Eugen Jebeleanu
Set Design: Velica Panduru
Original Score: Claudiu Urse
Video Design: Andrei Cozlac
Duration: 1 h 30 min (no intermission)
“Radu Stanca” National Theatre Sibiu in coproduction with „Lucian Blaga” University Sibiu