Alina Mișoc

Alina Mișoc

Motto: Here you need to be rational in whatever you’re doing, when you’re learning, when you keep quiet, when you help, when you’re nice, when you’re the bigger person and who knows what! I’m afraid I’ll deplete much too quickly my reserves of rationality, which aren’t too big anyway. (Anne Frank’s Journal)

Date and place of birth: 05.11.1992, Giurgiu


Faculty of Theatre and Television, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Bachelor’s degree in Acting, 2016
Faculty of Letters and Arts, Lucian Blaga University Sibiu, Master’s degree in Acting, 2018

Professional Experience at Reactor

Ramona, (IN)CORRECT, written and directed by Leta Popescu, 2020

Raluca, Love Me Tinder, by Kata Gyorfi, directed by Adina Lazăr, 2018
The Princess in The Smallest Kingdom, Povestea lui Bine-Rău, by Ana-Ripka Rus, dramatization by Lorena Copil, directed by Cătălin Mardale, Mini Reactor, 2018
Vivian, What is Darkness Afraid Of?, by Adina Rosetti, dramatization by Brînduşa Ban, directed by Diana Dragoș, Mini Reactor, 2018
Actor, Forms, dramaturgy by Lorena Copil, directed by Delia Gavlitchi, Mini Reactor
Actor, Refuges, dramaturgy and concept by Raul Coldea and Petro Ionescu, 2016
Dani, Reporter, Policeman, The Disapppearance, dramaturgy by Alexa Băcanu, directed by Leta Popescu, 2015

Professional Experience Outside Reactor

Ernestine, În(cerc) – Dance-theatre performance, directed by Bianca Baraboi, choreography by Oana Mureșan, Create.Act.Enjoy in partnership with The Faculty of Theatre and Television, Cluj-Napoca, 2018
Red Riding Hood, Scufița Roşie, directed by Diego Aramburo, Gong Theatre for Children and Youth, Sibiu, 2017
Sofia, The Teacher, Societate cu Răspundere Limitată, dramaturgy by Alexa Băcanu, Petro Ionescu, Ana Cucu-Popescu, Alexandra Chiţu, directed by Florin Caracala, Fabrica de Pensule, Cluj-Napoca, 2017
Orlando, Rozalinda, Cum vă place, by William Shakespeare, directed by Soós Attila Gergely, SPOT Festival, Carei, 2016