Anastasia Jinga



I like every form of stage art and performance, but most of all I feel an affinity with music hall. I’ve always wanted to be a music hall actress.

Anastasia Jinga – performance

H. Ibsen – Nora’s Monologue from A Doll’s House
Recorded at The Romanian Youth National Centre of the Arts – October 2022
Video concept: Virgil Oprina


I try to take part in all kinds of projects that are original and convey a strong message to the people I want to inspire.

Anastasia Jinga introduces herself

Recorded in October 2022


Anastasia Jinga


(b. 2000, Brașov)

Anastasia Jinga studied acting at the Ion Luca Caragiale University of Theatrical and Cinematic Arts in the class of Professor Mircea Gheorghiu from 2019 to 2022 and is now studying for an M.A. in the Art of the Actor at the same university.

She was drawn to acting from a very early age. She first trod the boards at the age of six, when she appeared in the rôles of the White Bunny in Puss in Boots, an opera by Cornel Trăilescu, directed by Gelu Colceag and staged at the National Opera Bucharest, and Little Tatiana in a production of Yevgeny Onegin, directed by Ion Caramitru. She was a member of the Spanish-language theatre company of the Miguel Cervantes Lycée, Bucharest, appearing at international festivals and winning Best Actress prizes for both her leading and supporting rôles. She went on to study at the Victory of Art Theatre School, where, besides taking part in various festivals and competitions, she also co-authored with Rareș Fota the musical If We Love Each Other, based on the music of the band Holograf and a story idea by Julieta Georoiu. The musical had its première at the National Theatre, Bucharest, in 2018, and Anastasia was cast as Jess, the main female rôle.

From 2019 to 2022 she worked a great deal with the younger generation, not only acting but also helping to realise a number of student projects. Her répertoire includes Lessons on Love and the Brain (directed by Alina Grigore), The Tempest and On Base (directed by Monica Stoica), and The Accidental Death of an Anarchist (directed by Maria Doncu).