Romanian theater critic and scholar Marian Popescu discusses the challenges faced by Romanian playwrights, directors, and other theater practitioners since the fall of communism. He details the struggles that artists and institutions have had to address and adjust to since the end of the Ceaucescu regime, as well as efforts of Romanian artists to create new forms and engage in the world theater scene.

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