Andrei Serban

Andrei Serban
Professor, Director, Oscar Hammerstein II Center for Theatre Studies
Head of Acting Concentration
601C Dodge Hall, 212.854.3408
Andrei Serban studied at the Theatre Institute in Romania. At La MaMa Experimental Theatre Center, he directed Fragments of a Greek Trilogy, which won several Obie and international awards and has been performed at more than 20 international festivals. He worked with Peter Brook at Brook's International Theatre Institute in both Paris and Persepolis. At New York's Lincoln Center he directed Aeschylus' Agamemnon and Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard, the latter of which won a Tony Award for Best Revival. He has directed at the Public Theatre, Yale Repertory, the Guthrie, Circle in the Square, Delacorte, San Francisco's A.C.T., the American Repertory Theatre in Cambridge, the Royal National Theatre in London, Schauspielhaus Bochum, and the Comedie Francaise in Paris, among others. He acted as general director of the Romanian National Theatre and has staged opera productions all over the world.
 
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2013
Andrei Serban Wins Hungarian Directing Award / Director of the Acting Concentration, Andrei Serban has been awarded Best Director by the Hungarian Theatre Critics Association for his production of Tony Kushner's Angels in America.

2011
Theatre Arts Professor Andrei Serban Wins Three UNITER Awards / Columbia University School of the Arts Theatre Arts Professor Andrei Serban’s play Cries and Whispers won three UNITER Awards.

2010
Şerban's "Uncle Vanya" Nominated for Golden Mask Awards / Columbia University School of the Arts Theatre Arts Program Professor Andrei Şerban's production of Uncle Vanya at the Moscow Arts Theatre.
 
2010
L'Italiana in Algerie / One of Rossini's most exquisite scores, penned when the composer was only 21 years old, this is a comic opera of pristine charm and humour, full of twinkling, sparkling music and characters who.


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