Charlie, the crow is excited for his first day at school. His parents enrolled him at the Schuhubert School of Music, convinced that their son is destined for a bright singing career. But on his first day at school, Charlie is thrown into a turbulent situation that he had not expected and which upsets his preconceived notions about school and himself. This educational theatre production, Charlie, the Crow, explores important questions about parent-child, teacher-student relationships, friendship, expectations and career choices. All this is done in a way that offers the audience the opportunity to think and play together. Show sponsored by EMMI and NKA.
In 2011 Andrej graduated with a master degree in acting from the University of Babeș-Bolyai in Cluj-Napoca. In the following year he successfully applied to the directing program at the Yale School of Drama, where in 2015, after directing his thesis show titled Don Juan (Moliére), he received his Master of Fine Arts Degree.
After his studies abroad he returned to Transylvania where he worked as a freelance director, as an assistant lecturer in the Acting Department of the Babeș-Bolyai University and as a member of Váróterem Projekt/Waitingroom Project Independent Theater Company. He directed shows in three different countries (Romania, Hungary and USA) and eight theaters in many different genres. At the moment of writing his shows are performed in five different theaters, among others Caravaggio written by András Visky (Csíky Gergely State Theater, Timișoara) and Alkésztisz adapted together with Benjámin Előd-Horváth (Váróterem Projekt, Cluj-Napoca).