Freelance theatre, text and sound maker, based in Cluj, Romania.
Panna Adorjáni works in and around theatre, music and performing arts. Her main interests in artistic creation are: deconstructing hierarchical structures and working in a multi-disciplinary collective. As a dramaturg, some of her works include: Parental Ctrl and Hormone (with choreographer-director Ferenc Sinkó), The Zero Hour (with director Ann Turiano for Iron Crow Theatre, Baltimore), An Ongoing Song (with Szymon Adamczak for DAS Theatre in Amsterdam). As a theatre-maker, she is an associate of Universal Pleasure Factory, where she takes part in collective creations, e.g. the installations Nocturnal Privacy and Trash Songs. Her latest work in theatre, a collective creation entitled 99,6% (produced by Reactor in Cluj) has recently been awarded the Halász Péter Award for the most promising, exciting and progressive performance.