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Moldovan theater critic would have turned 85 today

09:52 | 21.09.2021 Category: Culture

Chisinau, 21 September /MOLDPRES/- Museographer, theater critic and writer Gheorghe Cincilei, library manager, activist of the national liberation movement, would have turned 85 today.

On the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the MSSR, the Library, together with the director of the National Chamber and a representative from Bucharest, organized a book exhibition printed in Romania. All the exhibited volumes remained in the collection of the Republican Library. He was later openly accused of Romanian nationalism and dismissed. He was the man of action for the creation of the printed national patrimony.

Being passionate about museology, he founded the Museum of the National Theater, local museums in Briceni, Ocnița, Călărași, Edineț, Dondușeni and others. a. He created, in addition to the State Academic Theater „A. S. Pushkin ”(the current“ Mihai Eminescu ”National Theater), a museum, where invaluable relics from the history of this institution were exhibited.

He wrote and edited a book, published in 1982 in Chisinau, entitled "The Moldavian Musical-Dramatic Theater" Vasile Alecsandri "from Balti". In 1977 the Council of the Writers' Union again proposed him the position of director of the Museum of Romanian Literature ,, M. Kogălniceanu ”. He devoted himself to theatrical life, published numerous artist profiles, valuable studies and research on theater. He also talks about these positions: clerk at the Theater Union (1974-1989), professor at the Institute of Arts (1991-1997), president of the League of Theater Critics and over 200 publications.

Gheorghe Cincilei passed away on September 1, 1999, in Chisinau.

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