The Dramatic Theatre was built in the inter-war period within the initiative of the Cultural Society “V.A. Urechia”, by the project of the architect I.D. Enescu. Originally, the building was named the Palace V.A. Urechia and just since the 1st of September 1955 it became a theatre. The building is built in a Greek architectonics style, with a facade which rests on six Doric columns, and frontally it includes a bas-relief made in 1956-1957 by the sculptor Mac Constantinescu, in collaboration with other artists. This represents legendary heroes in the Romanian literary folklore, in which we can distinguish the story protagonists Făt-Frumos (prince Charming) and Ileana Cosânzeana. (the Beautiful Fairy).