Mihaela Michailov / David Schwartz

Capete înfierbântate / Erhitzte Gemüter


"Capete înfierbântate" by Mihaela Michailov and David Schwartz is a seven-part monologue about the peaceful protest by students and oppositional figures against the corrupt schemes around then President Iliescu. The protest was brutally suppressed by law enforcement forces and masses of miners that had been brought in. The so-called miners' uprising (mineriad) in June 1990 in Bucharest is still a traumatic event in Romanian history.

Sun, 16.12.2012, after the performance

Artist Talk

With kind support by Goethe-Institute Bucharest.


Text:: Mihaela Michailov / Director:: David Schwartz / With:: Alexandru Potocean / Set:: Adrian Cristea / Music:: Cătălin Rulea / Video:: Cinty Ionescu /


  • Past
    Sat 15.12.2012, 19:00 / HAU3
    Sun 16.12.2012, 19:00 / HAU3


Tempelhofer Ufer 10, 10963 Berlin

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