Cristina Modreanu

editor in chief, co-founder

Cristina Modreanu is a curator, theater critic and expert in performing arts based in Bucharest, Romania and New York, USA. She helds a PHD in theatre from the Theater and Film University in Bucharest and she is the author of five books on Romanian Theatre. Modreanu is currently the editor of the Performing Arts Magazine which she co-founded in 2008.

Since 2011 Modreanu initiated ARPAS (the Romanian Association for Promoting the Performing Arts) and she started editing

Ciprian Marinescu


Ioana Gonțea

distribution coordinator

Antal Szilard

graphic design


Mirella Patureau

Saviana Stănescu

Saviana Stănescu is an award-winning Romanian-American playwright, scholar, and ARTivist based in New York/Ithaca. Her US plays include Aliens with extraordinary skills, Ants (both published by Samuel French), Lenin’s Shoe, Useless, For a Barbarian Woman, Toys, Bechnya, Hurt (Best American Short Plays 2012), Waxing West (2007 NY Innovative Theatre Award), developed/produced by Women’s Project, NYTW, EST, ECA, New Georges, Lark, Cherry, etc. She holds an MA in Performance Studies and an MFA in Dramatic Writing from New York University, and a PhD in Theatre from UNATC. She is an Associate Professor of Playwriting and Contemporary Theatre at Ithaca College.

Alina Nelega

Mihaela Michailov

Ionuț Sociu

Visky András

Oltița Cîntec

Irina Wolf

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