Troupes from Portugal, Ukraine, The Netherlands, Macedonia and Bulgaria are invited to attend the fifth edition of the Living Statues International Festival due in Crânga?i Park in Bucharest May 30-June 1.
The living statues performed by the Masca Theater’s actors have various inspiration sources, from “Queen Mary of Romania”, “Love story”, “Minuet”, “Seduction”, “Saint Lucia” to “The Count and The Countess”.
“To mark 25 years of existence, we are going back to our apostolic mission to generate culture acts for the people who need theater the most- those who reside in the district far away from the Capital’s uptown. This year we go to Crânga?i in district 6. The audience will be able to admire, choose and appreciate, but mostly it will be able to throb next to the fascinating stories of the living statues,” Masca Theater director, Mihai Malaimare said.
The official opening is due on Saturday, starting 5 p.m. The access is free.