TEEN SPIRIT is a program that wishes to develop theater plays targeted at a teenaged public, as a result of a process of evaluation, research and communication with the targeted audience at its current state. In our local cultural environment, there is an obvious lack of artistic products that are especially conceived for this young audience, which leads to the absence of teenagers from the audience of both private or institutional theaters.

The concept of „Youth Theater ” has already been developed in most of the European cities, giving models such as Theater An Der Parkaue from Berlin,Germany, The Youth Theatre from Novi Sad, Serbia, or Backa Teater from Göteborg, Sweden.

The main objective of this project is to document and develop new ways of expression, specific to the targeted audience. The project is a prototype that tries to find an efficient way to involve and reflect upon an age segment that is currently ignored, aiming to develop itself as a constant platform of our independent theatre, Reactor.
Believe in life (Crede in viata)
"Believe in life" is an action from a series of social happenings that are part of BELIEVE project, under the auspices HaNNah Christian Association, in partnership with the Evangelical Churches in Cluj, as part of "Cluj-Napoca 2015 European Youth Capital" program:
Believe in life – Beginning of 10.000 trees planting action
Where? When?
Grigorescu, on Somes Riverside, children park
4 April, Saturday morning at 10 o'clock
Actiunea "Crede in viata" face parte dintr-un ansamblu de manifestari sociale in cadrul proiectului BELIEVE, sub egida Asociatiei Crestine HaNNah, in parteneriat cu Bisericile Evanghelice din Cluj, in cadrul programului "Cluj-Napoca Capitala Europeana a Tineretului 2015":
Crede in viata - Demararea actiunii de plantare a 10.000 de copaci
Unde? Cand?
Grigorescu, pe malul Somesului, parcul pentru copii
4 Aprilie, Sambata dimineata la ora 10

The temporary exhibition "The Last Dinosaurs from Transylvania" is organized by the Babeș-Bolyai University, Department for University Cultural Heritage, Museum of Paleontology-Stratigraphy and Laboratory of Paleotheriology and Vertebrate Paleontology (Faculty of Biology and Geology). It presents a number of unique fossils discovered in the last two decades by paleontologists from Cluj-Napoca (lead by Prof. Dr. Vlad A. Codrea). Some reconstructions illustrate in a detailed way how these old "residents" of Transylvania looked like. The exhibition is dedicated to visitors of all ages.