Director of a medium-sized theater, and the son of Vaha
He held basic and advanced degrees in dramaturgy, as well as a basic degree in economics.
After finishing his studies, he spent several years working as an assistant director at the Libal Leomiran, a medium-sized theater in the northwest of Kiv Mingumisel. When his mentor retired, the position was handed down to Ninu.
His theater won an award for an outstanding production in the year 7 NZR. He supervised a modern-day reinterpretation of the Nuorian
myth surrounding the Light Twins
, tying it to the current political situation.
Ninu lived for his art, considering it the perfect combination of the Rilanga
ideals of knowledge and elegance. In all plays that he oversaw, he took great care to send an educational message of some kind.
Ninu was a confident person with a very calm temper. He was highly creative and had a keen sense for aesthetics, be it costumes, music or choreographies. On the other hand, he was very rule-abiding and disciplined.
His most notable flaw was a lack of warmth and compassion towards others. He was used to getting his way and quick to criticize people who did not meet his standards.
Ninu met his future wife Ures
at school when both were part of the same class. They eventually discovered a shared interest in certain authors and types of stories, as well as the idea of educating people through art. Two years after graduating from school they got married.
They had a daughter named Etru
shortly after finishing their basic degrees, and later a son named Urem
Ninu had a great deal of respect for his mother Akos, but not so much for his father Vaha. He found the latter lacking in discipline and imagination, two qualities that Ninu himself was very proud to have.
His confidence bordered on arrogance, expressing itself in mockery and disdain for people getting on his bad side.
He enjoyed reading both classical and contemporary literature, as long as it was of a certain quality.
Commonalities & Shared Interests
literature and the educational messages embedded in them
Ninu earned an above-average income. The plays under his direction attracted a fair number of well-paying theater-goers, especially after the award-earning production.