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LIKE//2 Contemporary Women

Producer: CNDB & LINOTIP Centru Independent Coregrafic
Author, choreographer, dramaturge: Ioana Marchidan
Cast: Ioana Marchidan & Flavia Giurgiu
Music: Vasile Cristian Gherghel
Costumes, scenography, light design: Hermina Stănciulescu
Sound designer: Arcadie Rusu
Media partners: Liternet, SUB25, Arte și meserii
Length: 50 min


"2 Contemporary Women" is a feminist contemporary dance performance/show, inspired by the woman's condition in today's society. We realise that throughout history not much has changed with regard to the status, condition, and the presence of women in positions of power, the way in which we are socially separated in two distinct categories and, especially, the impact this has on each of us. "2 Contemporary Women" is a show that suggests a perspective on these problems that is both humorous and serious. This show is recommended for everyone. A man can also be a feminist.

Ioana Marchidan is a choreographer, dancer and independent performer with over 14 years of experience in both state institutions and alongside independent artists from Romania and abroad. She is currently the artistic director of the LINOTIP Independent Choreographic Centre.

Flavia Giurgiu graduated from the "Octavian Stroia" Choreographic and Dramatic Arts High school in Cluj-Napoca in 2010 and the Acting section of the Theatre and Television College, Babeș-Bolyai University in Cluj-Napoca, in 2013.

„Yesterday I saw the freshest feminist performance in town. 2 Contemporary Women at Linotip! Ioana Ulmeanu, you have to see this as soon as possible! I heartily recommend it to anyone who feels like seeing a 50 minute slice of life from the women's perspective." - Irina Costache (adviser for the National Agency for Equal Chances between Women and Men - ANES)


Ticket type Red

Full price: 30 lei/ Reduced price for students, pensioners: 15 lei


Students from the invited highschools enjoy free admission, if the show doesn’t have an age limit. Online tickets can be purchased on, or from the Stere Popescu Hall, before each show. Tickets for the shows hosted by the Nottara Theatre, ARCUB and the Odeon Theatre shall be purchased from their respective ticket offices.