Directed by Carmen Lidia Vidu (°1980), six actresses present anthropological visual materials on stage to present a personal take on the community they live and work in. In addition, they ask questions such as “how much does our village influence us and how much do we influence the community we are part of?” The result is both a documentary and multimedia performance, a mix of video imagery, innovative acting techniques and powerful music.
Romania Diary. Constanta is a dialogue born out of the need to better understand a particular generation and to discover a less touristic and less mediatized Romania. Vidu is a multidisciplinary artist who creates plays, films and installations. These disciplines come together in her trademark multimedia theatre. Highly skilled at transforming technology into emotion, her documentaries and theatre pieces have won several international prizes, and she was the youngest director ever to bring her work to the stage of the National Theatre in Bucharest.