Romania Day on Broadway Festival Presents

LUCIAN MÎNDRUȚĂ & ALIONA MUNTEANU

LUCIAN MÎNDRUȚĂ

Journalist, blogger, radio host. With a rich career spanning over three decades, Lucian’s expertise includes anchoring, editing, and writing for prominent media outlets like ProTV and Ziarul Financiar. Currently, he captivates audiences with his insightful social media presence and hosts a daily radio show on DigiFM. Passionate about free speech and responsible journalism, Lucian advocates for diverse perspectives and fact-based reporting. Beyond media, he’s an avid cyclist, skilled in languages and video editing, with interests ranging from sailing to aviation. Join him in fostering vibrant public discourse and embracing the values of freedom and diversity. Follow his journey on social media (@lucian.mindruta)!

ALIONA MUNTEANU

A versatile actress with roots in Romania, Bessarabia, and Canada. Trained at the prestigious Ion Luca Caragiale UNATC Theater and Film University in Bucharest and with a master’s degree in dramatic art pedagogy from Montreal, Aliona’s talent shines both on screen and stage. Recognized for her compelling performances, she earned a nomination for Best Actress at the Gopo Awards in Romania and won the title at the Trebas Film Festival in Montreal. Beyond acting, Aliona’s artistic pursuits include singing, dancing, poetry, and puppet shows for children, all infused with Romanian traditions. Based in Canada since 2007, she continues her artistic journey while also teaching dramatic art and actively participating in Romanian cultural events. Follow her journey and stay updated via her Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/aliona.munteanu.353

Catch Aliona at the upcoming Romanian Festival on Broadway in New York, where she’ll bring her warmth and talent to the stage alongside Lucian Mândruță. Follow her journey and stay updated via her Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/aliona.munteanu.353

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