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Interview with Mihaela Drăgan about Who Killed Szomna Grancsa? / Cine a omorât-o pe Szomna Grancsa? (Romania)
Roma Theatre Retrospective 2021
Interview by Rosamaria Kostic Cisneros.
This play by Giuvlipen Company in Bucharest tells the story of a young Roma girl who believes in the importance of education and does everything she can to keep going to school. She encounters a lot of difficulties. What can a young student do if her family does not support her? How can she fight prejudices at school every day? What is our responsibility provide equal opportunities for children to be able to study? The play provides insight to a brave girl’s life as she does everything she can for what she believes in. The play was based on a true story and guides us to a Romanian village where Gypsy and Hungarian people live together.
Trailer for Who Killed Szomna Grancsa?
Direction and Writers: Liana Ceterchi, Mihaela Drăgan, Zita Moldovan and Mihai Lukács
Performer: Mihaela Drăgan, Zita Moldovan, Liana Ceterchi
Music: Elena Albu
Languages: Romanian, Romani
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