• Andrey Avramov: Staging comedies is serious work

      Andrey Avramov: Staging comedies is serious work

      This unprecedented challenge called Covid-19 has become the topical issue of today and we have to cope with it both personally and as a society. The crisis will be reflected in art, but it calls for a talented interpretation, says theatre director Andrey Avramov in an interview to Monitor.

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    • Marius Kurkinski: Theatre took me to God

      Marius Kurkinski: Theatre took me to God

      Getting to play so many roles, so many different characters, sometimes four-five at a time, actually helped me to exorcise my demons, my budding sins. I just wrenched them out of my being and tossed them. That is how I dealt with the terror that grips a young and unprotected soul, says actor and director Marius Kurkinski in an interview to Europost.

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    • Japanese dance of darkness will be performed in Sofia

      Japanese dance of darkness will be performed in Sofia

      A form of Japanese dance theatre known as butoh is at the core of a new show by Bulgarian experimental theatre company Meteor, which will be performed in Sofia on 30 and 31 October. Butoh, or ankoku buto (dance of darkness), is a type of avant-garde dance which raises the most difficult existential questions using extreme means of expression.

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    • Nikolai Kolyada: Theatre is math

      Nikolai Kolyada: Theatre is math

      All I have to do is walk out on the street and see someone, and I immediately know where they are headed, how much money they have in their wallet, what kind of furniture is in their home. What is a playwright if not a keen observer? I just need to watch, pay attention. I love ordinary people. I love writing about them because the affection for the humiliated and the downtrodden has always been the lifeblood of our literature, says world-renowned playwright Nikolai Kolyada in an interview to Europost.

       

       

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