by Jonas Gardell, a performance by Mariana Cămărășan and Alexandra Penciuc

Cast

Agnes Diana Gheorghian
Viola Oana Ştefănescu
Mother Liana Mărgineanu
Kristina, Denise Nicoleta Lefter

Translated by Carmen Vioreanu
A performance by Mariana Cămărășan and Alexandra Penciuc

Tours and festivals

No Barriers Festival Theatre in Satu Mare, May 24, 2011

Awards

Photo gallery

Photos by George Dăscălescu

Punerea în scenă a textului Iadul este amintirea fără puterea de a mai schimba ceva de Jonas Gardell îşi propune să vorbească despre identitate, despre nevoia de iubire şi formele de dezvoltare a psihicului în absenţa ei.
Spectacolul dezvăluie tensiunile din relaţiile de familie, alteritatea, boala şi suferinţa, reprezentările onirice și halucinante ale lui Dumnezeu şi ale diavolului în subconştientul uman pentru a evidenția zbuciumul interior al personajelor.
Prinse în ecuații afective necunoscute pentru ele însele, personajele își transferă unele altora propriile temeri și angoase având sau nu puterea de a se elibera, reușind sau nu să trăiască ori să se îngroape într-un iad personal al unui trecut de nedepășit.
Mariana Cămărăşan şi Alexandra Penciuc
Opening date: June 13, 2010
Duration: 2h
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Press reviews

An exceptional performance signed by Mariana Camarasan and Alexandra Penciuc with a sensational sense of proportion, a rare inclination to significant detail and good taste (both in terms of scenic option and directing solutions). A moving soundtrack and an emotional moment of the meeting between the two plans.
Răzvana Nițăwww.port.ro
 
Monumental rendering, an artistic direction which penetrates the hidden meaning of the text, a cloistering stage design alongside a bizarre and unearthly music, make The Hell is the Memory Without the Power to Change It a remarkable performance, unusually frank and painful, a show that will certainly remain a benchmark in future seasons of the Odeon Theatre.
Alexandru Bumbaswww.yorick.ro
 
In full post-dramatic theatre, Mariana Camarasan and Alexandra Penciuc turn to a dramatic theatre par excellence, sometimes even sentimentalist, in order to prove that sentimentalism, when it is dosed and played well, can ensure the aesthetic quality. What remains after watching the show at Odeon it is not the drama of rejection and the inhibition involved, but the acting of emotional consistency of the four actresses. For each of them the role in The Hell ... will be a strong currency in the personal collection of successful roles.
Cristina Rusieckiwww.artactmagazine.ro
 
The show has fine workmanship, carefully explored roles by the actresses, and an incredible topicality.
Alina Boboc – Cronica Română
 
Biting drama, told in accents of horror and psychological realism, The Hell is the Memory… plunges into a spider web of human nature, showing its perfect fabric and broken wires. The show leaves many holes in the stomachs that are around, climbs to the chest, from which takes all the air and goes even further, stealing minds, applause .
Dan Boicea – Adevărul

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