Irina Cărămizaru

Irina Cărămizaru

- Actress -

She graduated from the musical college "Dinu Lipatti", specialising in violin and piano. She then graduated from the "I.L. Caragiale" National University of Theatre and Cinematography in the class of university professor Doru Ana, PhD and obtained her Master’s Degree in the class of university professor Gelu Colceag and university professor Liviu Lucaci, PhD. Her roles in the graduation shows were: Rowena in Biloxi Blues by Neil Simon, directed by Mircea Rusu and Irene in Oferta de serviciu (Job Offer) by Lia Bugnar, directed by Doru Ana. The roles in her Master’s degree were Rosalinda in Cum vă place (As You Like It) by W. Shakespeare, directed by Liviu Lucaci and Velma Kelly in the musical Chicagoby John Kander and Fred Ebb, directed by Gelu Colceag. Moreover, for the (Velma Kelly) role she was awarded Best Actress Award at the Graduates Gala.

She continued a collaboration with Rodica Popescu Bitănescu (directing and dramaturgy) for the following shows: Viață de cimitir, Încă-i bine, Interesul poartă fesul (Life in the Cemetery, All Is Well, Gain at all Costs) and Triunghiul femeilor (The Triangle of Women). Other important shows she also starred in are: Cele două orfeline (The Two Orphans) by Adolphe Philippe d’Ennery directed by George Ivașcu, D’ale carnavalului (Only During a Carnival) by I.L. Caragiale directed by Alexandru Jitea, Cum se cuceresc femeile (How To Win Women Over) by Woody Allen, directed by Liviu Lucaci, Livada de vișini (The Cherry Orchard) by A.P. Cehov, directed by Gelu Colceag and Tania Filip and Coriolanus by W. Shakespeare directed by Alexandru Darie.

At the Stela Popescu Theatre you can see her in the following roles: Liza in Ceapa (The Onion) by Aldo Nicolaj (directed by Dan Tudor), Gretel in the children’s show Revolta poveștilor (The Uprising of the Stories) by Sînziana Popescu (directed by Tony Adam), The Dreams’ Fairy Tale in the children’s show Lampio și grăuntele de lumină (Lampio and the Grain Of Light) by Victoria Pătrașcu (directed by Tony Adam), Miss Dorothee in Femeia, eterna poveste (Woman, The Eternal Mystery) by Ema Stere (directed by Atilla Vizauer) and The Son and Egon in Barbă albastră (Bluebeard) adapted from Max Frisch (directed by Alexander Hausvater).

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