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    Edith Alibec finished her acting studies in Germany. In 2016 her first play as a producer and an actress, Why the Child is Cooking in the Polenta, premiered in Munich, Germany with the support of The Cultural Department of the City of Munich. The play was directed by Dana Paraschiv. The show won all awards at the biggest festival for one man/woman shows in Romania in 2018. It was selected to be part of Sprint Festival 2020 and then toured the show in Norwich, Cambridge and Oxford. It was staged in 3 languages: German, English and Romanian.
    Since then, she collaborated with the renowned film director Cristi Puiu on his latest feature film Malmkrog (premiered at Berlinale 2020 - Encounters section) both as an actor and researcher and worked on theatre and film projects.
    She teams up with Dana Paraschiv again on 'Tea and Milk'.

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  • Purple Wave CPT shows

    Purple Wave presents

    Tea and Milk (Previously "Broken")

    Fri 19 May - Sat 20 May, 9pm
    Another one-woman show. All the cliches are there. Shitty job. Sex with randomers. Only she's a foreigner. So add that into the mix.
    Purple Wave presents

    Tea and Milk

    Sat 29 Jul at 9pm
    A(nother) one woman show. All the cliches are there. Shitty job. Sex with randomers. Only this time she is a foreigner. So add that into the mix.

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    "Hats off to the CPT for this fine show, well researched and coming from a place of great passion... Comm­unity theatre at its most effective."

    Camden New Journal (Human Jam)