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Alexandru Mihăescu


Alexandru Mihăescu, born in 1980 in Timisoara, is an actor and director. He completed his acting training at the Academy of Music and Theatre in Rostock, Germany, in 2003, and earned a master's degree in directing at the I.L. Caragiale University of Bucharest in 2006. In 2005 he was nominated for the debut award of the UNITER theater association for his role in "Cymbeline" at the German State Theater in Timisoara, and in 2010 he was awarded the actor prize at the Saturno Film Festival in Italy for his role as Felix Goldschmidt in the feature film "The Red Gloves". At the GSTT he directed the following productions: "The Cosmonaut's Last Message To The Woman He Once Loved In The Former Soviet Union" (2006), "Pool. No Water" (2008) and "Europe" (2018). 

Since 2020 he is again a permanent ensemble member at the German State Theatre Timișoara and can be seen in the performances: "Katzelmacher. If it wouldn't be about love" by Rainer Werner Fassbinder, directed by Eugen Jebeleanu, as Erich; in "The Snow Queen" by Evgeny Schwartz, directed by László Béres as The King; in "Humans. For Sale" directed by Carmen Lidia Vidu; in "Leonce and Lena" by Georg Büchner, directed by Niky Wolcz, as The Teacher; in "A Midsummer Night's Dream" adapted from the works of William Shakespeare, directed by Kristóf Szabó, as Schlucker, the Tailor and as one of the servants to Theseus; in "Tschick. Why We Took the Car", the stage version by Robert Koall of the novel of the same name by Wolfgang Herrndorf (staging: Irisz Kovacs); and in "Lysistrata 3.0" adapted from the works of Aristophanes, directed by Niky Wolcz, in the role of Karion.


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