If you have any existential dilemmas on theatre and film, actors and people from the industry, now is the time to get answers from specialists in the field.
The InLight School launches Scenic Truth, a series of Q&As dedicated to the general audience. Specialists in theatre and cinema will meet theatre and film lovers, once a month, atUnTeatru (Sfinții Apostoli no.44, Sector 5, Bucharest).
The events are organised by the InLight theatre and film acting school. They have been thought out as casual, meaningful discussions approaching truths and myths about film and theatre. Each session will be about two hours long, and participants will be able to establish a dialogue with the guests. If you are the shy type, you can also send questions via InLight’s official Facebook page. A few of them wil be selected for the Q&A.
The guest of our first Scenic Truth session is Vlad Ivanov. Probably Romania’s most well-known actor, in the country and abroad, Vlad Ivanov will be present on March 25th at the event held by InLight in UnTeatru, starting at 20:00, for a casual discussion on truth and myth in film and theatre.
“The great actor and professor Dem Rădulescu had his little saying laden with intelligent humour: Oh dear, the things you learn around town! So, on the evening of March 25th, let’s get out on the town and learn something new about theatre, film and, not least, about ourselves, in an open, friendly conversation. Because you can never be too sure who is the giver and who is the receiver,” states Vlad Ivanov.
More details on access and tickets at 0743.679.062 or on the event’s Facebook page.
Who is Vlad Ivanov
Vlad Ivanov (49) is a Romanian film actor born in Botoșani. He is most known for his role as Bebe in 4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 days, a feature that won the Palme d’Or at Cannes.
He acted in films like The Famous Paparazzo (1999), Azazel (2002), A Place Among the Living (2003), Second in Command (2006), The Concert (2009), Police, Adjective (2009), Tales from the Golden Age (2009), Toni Erdmann (2016) and Graduation (2016).
The InLight acting school opened in 2011. Since then, over 700 students have graduated its classes and played in over 70 shows in theatres like the UNATC, Teatrul Apropo, Teatrul de Artă, Godot Cafe-Teatru and UnTeatru.