East of Eden: New Romanian Plays
Carysfort Press, 2005 - Drama - 184 pages
A collaboration between Irish and Romanian theatre, making Romanian drama more accessible to the English speaking world and examining the country in its present transitional period. This anthology of four new Romanian plays by Lia Bugnar, Mimi Branescu, Petre Barbu, and Gianina Carbunariu is translated into English by Andrei Marinescu. Adapted by playwrights: Michael Collins, Christian O'Reilly, and Paul Meade.
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