WICKED CLONE or how to deal with the evil - a cinema play by Mihaela Modorcea

WICKED CLONE or how to deal with the evil - a cinema play by Mihaela Modorcea

by Mihaela Modorcea
WICKED CLONE or how to deal with the evil - a cinema play by Mihaela Modorcea

WICKED CLONE or how to deal with the evil - a cinema play by Mihaela Modorcea

by Mihaela Modorcea

Paperback(Play Based on the Wicked Clone Novel ed.)

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"Wicked Clone or how to deal with the evil" cinema play is a transforming journey of Mihaela—a girl who renounces her perfect life for a human life of love.
Mihaela runs away from home, from her wicked clone sister Gabriela, in search for her soul.
Trying to escape her wicked clone, Mihaela finds out that there is no such thing as good without evil:
"Millions of voices try to take possession, cluttering my brain and making it smaller into clouds of fear and pain.
But their work is in vain, those voices are not mine, they are lies and try to scare me with big words of death and sin.
What is death, what is sin? A part of us. We die a little every day to become alive again...and again...until we forget about ourselves and become the happiness of others."
Even though Mihaela starts experiencing fears, tears and sometimes torment, the love, dreams, memories that she begins to have, feel her with an unexplainable joy, but most of all the greatest gift through which she can write: Inspiration.
In awe with her great new mind and gifts, Mihaela travels throughout the world to meet more people, only to find out that, even though they possess such incredible gifts, most of them are unhappy.
She tries to embolden them and tell them how good is to be a human being, alive—she knows this as she has been through death.
When everything seems to be going on the right path and Mihaela feels her destiny about to explode with goodness and love, Mihaela's wicked clone Gabriela re-appears, demanding her right in Mihaela's life.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780990446736
Publication date: 04/12/2017
Edition description: Play Based on the Wicked Clone Novel ed.
Pages: 76
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.18(d)

About the Author

Mihaela Modorcea is an American Romanian-born actress, writer, singer, songwriter, dancer, choreographer and painter. She graduated with honors from the National University of Theatrical Arts & Cinematography in Bucharest, having played, along with her multi-talented identical twin sister Gabriela, the lead character in the award-winning musical play The Two Orphans, Bucharest, 2006.
Mihaela and Gabriela Modorcea’s roots are in the magical land of Transylvania.
Gabriela is the Wicked Clone who has inspired Mihaela to write her cinema novel "Wicked Clone or how to deal with the evil" – a book that holds not only words of Life, but music, paintings, Lucifer and God.
For the first time the heroes of a novel are heroes in real life, attempting to change the world just like the characters are trying to.
Mihaela Modorcea is also the author of the poetry book "Rage and Love", Bucharest, 2006, of the cinema musical play Wicked Clone or how to deal with the evil, New York, 2011, of the poetry book "Wicked Clone or how to get reborn", New York, 2015, and of two screenplays for two features which are in pre-production.
The cinematic play "Wicked Clone", based on Mihaela’s "Wicked Clone cinema novel", debuted on off Broadway at the prestigious Ensemble Studio Theatre, in New York City, 2011, under the direction of Jamie Richards, starring Mihaela and Gabriela Modorcea as authors, composers, performers and choreographers.
After having seen their "Wicked Clone" performance, Imagem, the world’s largest independent music publisher, signed them on the spot.
"Wicked Clone the cinema musical" has also seen the light on the stages of Lynn Redgrave Theater, Elektra Theatre, Laurie Beechman Theatre, St. Luke's Theatre, Davenport Theatre, American Theatre Of Actors, finding the most beatific and enthusiastic audience ever.
Mihaela and Gabriela aka Indiggo Twins have written and produced over 250 songs, 25 of which are included on the "Wicked Clone cinematic music album".
Along with her twin sister Gabriela, Mihaela is featured and credited as writer and performer on Jay-Z & Kanye West’s multi-platinum and four times Grammy award-winning album “Watch The Throne,” on the song “Murder To Excellence” which is widely considered and reviewed as “the centerpiece of the album.” (The New York Times)
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