|Posted by Mihai Arsene on January 30, 2017 at 1:25 AM|
We are pleased to announce that the end of 2016 brought the confirmation of a project long waited on the London stage: a playwright premiere in the UK for Matei Visniec and his play What Shall We Do With The Cello?
This is a brilliant play for our times, written by a major European playwright, Matei Visniec, who sought asylum in France from Romania in 1987. Banned in Romania until after the fall of Ceausescu, this razorsharp and very funny play on intolerance and the terrible consequences of living without thinking was written from a place of deep experience.
MIHAI was cast by director Vasile Nedelcu and is currently rehearsing in the Atelier Theatre production for London VAULT's Festival 2017. Mihai is inheriting the role of The Man With The Stick. The performance is opening in London's VAULT Festival 2017 and will run between 8th - 12th February.
Something is wrong, the rain just won't stop. In a waiting room: the man with the newspaper, the lady with the veil, the old man with the stick. In a corner, the man with the cello is ceaselessly playing his instrument. Very quickly, the repetitive and obsessing tune drives them mad. They try, taking turns, to convince him to stop, but the man with the cello won't. He is playing, more and more passionately, alone against everybody... The others will have to organize themselves against this unexpected musical aggression...
VAULT FESTIVAL 8th - 12th February at 19:15pm with Matinee on 11th February at 16:45.
You can BOOK YOUR TICKET now, if you want to see our actors and immerse yourself in an absurd situation of our daily life...
|Posted by Mihai Arsene on March 2, 2016 at 12:05 PM|
Mihai has been cast in a new TV documentary series for Discovery Channel USA, entitled
50 WAYS TO KILL YOUR LOVER.
The series investigates modern-day Americans who have murdered their spouse.
Mihai will inherit the role of JOSE PETRIELLA in the 2016 season, for the episode Chef's Diet. His character is a local mafia boss who ends up being murdered by an ex-lover.
|Posted by Mihai Arsene on March 23, 2015 at 10:50 AM|
"In the remote East Coast settlement of Ait, Linus Scott finds himself drawn into an intrigue which, while terrifyingly real, seems at the same time to be inexorably linked to events in the vintage film Casablanca."
Mihai Arsene is joining the cast of the new series of THE CHRONICLES OF IT: Stay with me, inheriting the role of Mac and will appear in almost all episodes of the series.,.
Produced by John Taylor (Fiction Factory), THE CHRONICLES OF IT, new series,
will be broadcasted on BBC Radio 4 between 1st-5th June 2015 at 10:45 & 19:45.
|Posted by Mihai Arsene on March 2, 2015 at 9:40 AM|
As part of the "THINKING ALLOWED" show on BBC Radio 4, Mihai was reading earlier a few testimonies of Romanian migrant workers, completing the presentation of the academic volume ""culture and immigration in Context: An Ethnography of Romanian migrant Workers in London" by Professor David Briggs and published by Palgrave.
|Posted by Mihai Arsene on December 14, 2014 at 6:30 AM|
Mihai has been cast recently in yet another Russian role, this time in a feature film telling the story of two rival Irish gangs from London: the O'Shea family versus Dolan family... Mihai will inherit the role of Serj, as the Confidante of the lead character Sean O'Shea. 8ish is being produced by AVAnti Productions, after a screenplay written and directed by Luing Andrews. The cast includes some lead British actors, to name just a few: Tim Faraday, Jeff Stewart and Nicole Faraday. Further news will come...
|Posted by Mihai Arsene on December 14, 2014 at 6:20 AM|
Earlier this end of the year, Mihai has been cast as Stalin's right hand man, the "Iron Commissar”, in a short film inspired by Simon Sebag Montefiori novel „One Night in Winter” , written and directed by Resul Keech.
|Posted by Mihai Arsene on October 5, 2014 at 4:10 PM|
Mihai Arsene will appear in the new BBC series THE GAME (2014), starring Brian Cox. Mihai will be inheriting the role of a KGB Russian Agent in episode 6. The series has incorporated in the cast another Romanian actor, in the person of Marcel Iures, whom Mihai worked with on another series, this time STRIKE BACK (IV).
THE GAME is a sexy, smart and explosive depiction of the Cold War, taking viewers back to a time when espionage was at an all-time high, with relations between the Soviet Union and Britain fractured due to the former occupation of Eastern Europe, the series shines a light on how spying and covert operations further damaged the two nations’ relationship. The KGB, accused of countless crimes, dispatched spies all over Britain to embed themselves in the landscape, in order to infiltrate and later, carry out acts of terror. Those who lived through these trying times will instantly relate to the tension, uncertainty and the palpable fear that life, as you knew it, could change in an instant.
The Game is a BBC Cymru Wales production for BBC One. The series is created and written by Toby Whithouse with episodes written by Debbie O’Malley and Sarah Dollard. It is directed by Niall MacCormick and Daniel O’Hara and executive produced by Hilary Salmon and Toby Whithouse.
THE GAME will broadcast in America from November 5th at 10:00pm, as part of "Dramaville".
|Posted by Mihai Arsene on December 5, 2013 at 1:35 AM|
To catch up with his Russian recurring guest role of LEONID PELYOVIN, an ex-military commander now in the service of the Russian mafia,
please stay tuned on SKY 1
9th December [episode 7] & 16th December [episode 8].
|Posted by Mihai Arsene on October 20, 2013 at 3:55 PM|
Mihai Arsene has just joined the cast of a new BBC 1 TV series, entitled THE GAME, after a screenplay by Toby Whithouse.
The Game will tell the story of the invisible war fought by MI5 as they battle to protect the nation from the threats of the Cold War.
|Posted by Mihai Arsene on September 9, 2013 at 11:30 AM|