|Omul Cu Mîrțoaga (I)|
|Omul Cu Mîrțoaga (II)|
|16-EXE 0175, EXE 0175||Gheorghe Ciprian*||Omul Cu Mîrțoaga (LP, Mono)||Electrecord, Electrecord||16-EXE 0175, EXE 0175||Romania||1965|
|ADD 117||G. Ciprian*||Omul Cu Mârțoaga (CD, RE, RM)||Editura Casa Radio||ADD 117||Romania||2003|
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George Ciprian (Romanian pronunciation: ; born Gheorghe Pană Constantin ; June 7, 1883 – 8 May 1968) was a Romanian actor and playwright. His writings make him a precursor of the Theatre of the Absurd. Born in Buzău to a Greek baker's family, he attended primary school in Glodeanu-Siliștea, a commune near Buzău, after which moved to Bucharest with his mother.
George Ciprian (born Gheorghe Pană Constantin; June 7, 1883 - 8 May 1968) was a Romanian actor and playwright. YouTube Encyclopedic. Ciprian died in Bucharest. The only theatre in his native city, Buzău, bears his name - was inaugurated in 1996 with a representation of Omul cu mârţoaga. His first play, Omul cu mârţoaga (The Man and His Old Crock) had its premiere in 1927, and became very successful. His best known play is Capul de răţoi (The Drake's Head), written in 1938, and acknowledged as an early example of absurdist theatre, which draws on his adolescence and friendship with Urmuz
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