Born on February 14, 1987, in Chisinau, Republic of Moldova. Based in Targu-Mures, Romania. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Theatre Directing, at the “Babes-Bolyai” University, Cluj-Napoca and the MA in Playwriting at the University of Arts, Targu-Mures.
In 2011, she directs “Oxigen” by Ivan Vyrypaev at the Ariel Theatre for Children and Youth, Targu-Mures. From 2012, she works as an artistic advisor at the Targu-Mures National Theatre. From May 2013, she is also coordinating the Romanian activities within the European project “Fabulamundi. Playwriting Europe”.
In September 2013, she is invited with her play “Moldovashop. We have everything!” at the International Theatre Festival – “Verbarium”, in Chisinau,
Starting March 2014, Olga coordinates the Youth and Volunteering Programmes of the Targu-Mures National Theatre and holds a playwriting workshop with the Romanian Youth Company. In the same year, in October, she becomes a PhD. candidate at the University of Arts, Targu-Mures. In her thesis, she is researching the alternative theatre movements in the former USSR countries after the fall of the iron curtain.
In July-September 2016, Olga participates in the “FreshStart” residencies at the Reactor de Creație și Experiment, Cluj-Napoca, where she writes and directs “Docuanimal”. In November 2016, she directs “Mameloschn – Mother Tongue” by Sasha Marianna Salzmann, at the Targu-Mures National Theatre, within the project “Fabulamundi. Playwriting Europe”, for the International Theatre Festival – ConectAct 2016.
In April 2017, Olga establishes ANIMACT – a NGO for promoting animal rights and climate change issues through contemporary dramaturgy and performative arts.
Interests: Peacebuilding, Climate Change, Human Rights, Social Engagement, Empowerment, Translation