In Between proposes a performance and participatory debate about the origins of persecutions, migrations and refuge in the local and international context. The performance falls within a broader research project of the four artists who come from families affected by forced migration and ethnic persecution. The approach proposes processes understanding displacement as a constant in the history of mankind, by investigating and exposing the personal stories related to migration and refuge, both of the art collective and of the potential audience.

David and co.

David Schwartz is a theatre director and community artist based in Bucharest. He is interested in personal history theatre, documentary film and theatre, as well as art that fosters social emancipation.

He directed the performances Powder Keg (text by Dejan Dukovski, 2007), Get Out! (text by Mihaela Michailov, 2007), Romania! Kiss me (text by Bogdan Georgescu, 2009), Make Room! (text by Mihaela Michailov, 2009), Heated Minds (text by Mihaela Michailov, 2010), I Declare at My Own Risk (text by Alina Serban, 2011) and Under Ground (text by Mihaela Michailov, 2012).

Katia Pascariu is an actress, an artistic trainer, a member of the Community art Centre Vârsta4 and of the Replika Centre for Educational Theatre; her activity is dedicated to educational theatre and to working with children, as well as to political theatre, working in multidisciplinary teams on questioning recent history. Katia is a postgraduate student in anthropology and community development.

Ioana Florea is a social researcher, working in education projects for social justice and solidarity within the Quantic association; she is a co-coordinator for the magazines Gazeta de Artă Politică and IDEE – Ideas Debate Exchange Education.


Alice Marinescu is an actress and a playwright, co-initiator of the community art project Vârsta4. She works on documentary theatre projects with political implications and is interested in research in the area of migration, recent history and working with personal histories.


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