after Mircea Eliade, directed by Alexander Hausvater


Gavrilescu: Adriana Trandafir
Gavrilescu: Florin Zamfirescu
Gavrilescu: Carmen Tănase
Gavrilescu: Marius Stănescu
Gavrilescu: Gelu Niţu
Gavrilescu: Ionel Mihăilescu
Gavrilescu: Camelia Maxim
Gavrilescu: Laurenţiu Lazăr
Gavrilescu: Constantin Cojocaru
Gavrilescu: Mugur Arvunescu
Gavrilescu: Dan Bădărău
GavrilescuI: leana Ciugulea
Gavrilescu: Elvira Deatcu
Gavrilescu: Șerban Ionescu
Gavrilescu: Angela Ioan
Gavrilescu: Ioan Batinaş
Gavrilescu: Diana Gheorghian

Directed by: Alexander Hausvater
Stage design: Constantin Ciubotariu
Costumes: Irina Solomon and Dragoş Buhagiar
Music: Adrian Enescu

Tours and Festivals

Tour in Oldenburg, Germany, 1996

Photo Gallery

Opening night: June 22, 1993

Press Reviews

At the Gypsies is a pompous and cold performance, with a luxuriant , artificious theatricality. For Alexander Hausvater, Eliade’s short story is a pretext to display images and ideas about the gypsy as “the only natural bridge between Orient and Occident” . The gypsy’s life is a means for the modern, desacrated world to have acces to “ritual”, to “roots” and to the mythological conscience. In the miracle box named theatre , Gavrilescu’s story becomes an initiating road, for both spectators and actors. We are invited to exorcise the evil within ourselves, along with the main character.
Ludmila Patlanjoglu
In At the Gypsies, the actions and the characters become fragments that look for the whole. The main character is played by five actors , who re-compose an existence out of pieces of personality. But the fragmentary existence must be accepted, even if we are confronted with a nostalgia for old models:”It felt so good when we lived in a black and white world ! Now we live in a world of shards, I which the most tragical thing is to look at a tragedy unable to do anything”.
Doru Mareş