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One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest

8 November | 21:00 – Registrations at [email protected]

The show has been available for viewing from Monday, November 8, from 21.00, until Wednesday, November 10, at 21.00. (The show can only be watched with prior e-mail registration at: [email protected])

15 episodes of VR360 heatre (VR glasses are needed for a full experience).

„I hope this performance will have the therapeutic power of those intimate, almost miraculous moments, when we sometimes get to have a clear understanding of things, and it would be fun to be able to then cover them up again, as if trying to protect them this way. This story is so painful that is make one laugh, and it’s made of moments that are so ridiculous that they break your heart.”

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After Ken Kesey

Translation and adaptation by Eugen Gyemant

Cast: Sebastian Marina, Alexandrina Ioana Costea, Daniel Rizea, Costi Apostol, Liviu Popa, Ion Fiscuteanu Jr., Anca Pitaru, Veres-Nagy Attila, Ștefan Aleksandru Forir, Sergiu Aliuș, Fatma Mohamed, Claudia Ardelean, Alexandru Hristachi, András Zoltáni

Direction: Eugen Gyemant

Set design: Eugen Gyemant

Costumes: Könczei Alpár

Light design: Bakó Zoltán

Sound design (VR360): Marius Popa

„Andrei Mureșanu” Theater, Sfântu Gheorghe

Duration: 2 h 45 min

Not suitable under 14 years of age

Performance in Romanian (no English subtitles)

In a psychiatric hospital, 60 years ago, a few people managed to find their own cosy inferno, sheltered from real life, under the supervision of a tyrannic nurse who torments them as if they were her own children. But real life soon overwhelms them like a storm. Images of the American revolutions in the 1960’s overlap with the psychiatric hospital from the Romania our parents lived in, and the result is an unbearably intimate performance.” – Eugen Gyemant

“One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest is the first theatre performance that was fully adapted for VR360, a technology that transports one directly in the heart of the action. The performance is divided into 15 episodes.”

Photo credit: Volker Vornehm