Cristina Marin Neagu

Cristina Marin Neagu

– Dancer –

She completed her ballet studies at the "Floria Capsalli" Choreography High School and then graduated from the "Gheorghe Cristea" Romanian University of Sciences and Arts, Choreography department in the class of university professor Adrian Kycyku, PhD, and university lecturer Linda Peșchir, PhD.

She performed at the National Opera and then at the Children's Comic Opera where she danced in the following shows: Don Quijote, Hapciu în Re Major, Hansel și Gretel (Don Quijote, Apchoo in B Minor, Hansel and Gretel) and Jack și vrejul de fasole (Jack and the Beanstalk). She collaborated for eight years with the "Constantin Tănase" Theatre in the following shows: Idolii femeilor, Bufonii regelui, Nimic despre papagali, Bimbo și Pantera roz, Stela, Scandal în Paradis, O premieră furtunoasă (Women’ Idols, The King’s Jesters, Nothing About Parakeets, Bimbo and The Pink Panther Stela, Trouble in Paradise, A Stormy Premiere) and Comedie pe Titanic (Comedy on the Titanic).

She participated in a Commedia Dell’Arte workshop led by the director Michele Modesto Casarin. She was a dancer in the feature film 6.9 pe scara Richter (6.9 on Richter's Scale) directed by Nae Caranfil and she is a dancer in the Wilmark Dance Academy.

She has been collaborating with the Stela Popescu Theatre since 2016 and you can see her in the following performances: Pasărea Hope The Bird Hope in the children’s show Lampio și grăuntele de lumină (Lampio and the Grain of Light) by Victoria Pătrașcu (directed by Tony Adam), Înfumuratul in the children’s show Micul Prinț (The Little Prince) adapted from Antoine de Saint Exupèry (directed by Ioana Macarie), Înger Angel in Hoțul de mărgăritare (Stealing Lily of the Valley) by Valeriu Anania (directed by Amalia Ciolan), Cici CheChe in Femeia, eterna poveste (Woman, The Eternal Mystery) by Ema Stere (directed by Atilla Vizauer) and Jucător Player in Barbă albastră (Bluebeard) adapted from Max Frisch (directed by Alexander Hausvater).

At the Stela Popescu Theater it can be watched in:

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