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The Varna Summer Theater was built 60 years ago, in 1957. The construction was under the supervision of Ivan Kovachev, assisted by Yordan Donev. It was designed by architect Zhecho Cholakov. Initially, the theater had 1,600 seats.

At the end of the 1960s the balcony was built, which enlarged its capacity to 2,400 seats. The embossments were made by the great Bulgarian sculptor Lyubomir Dalchev. For decades the stage of the Summer Theater has hosted the Varna Summer International Music Festival, the Varna International Ballet Competition, the International Folklore Festival, concerts by pop and rock singers… During the last eight years this unique place has been associated with the Opera in the Summer Theater as well. It is a place where lots of world famous performers meet. Once again in 2017 we will be loyal to our aspiration to present the latest tendencies in the world opera, ballet and musical. Since 2016 it has been the place where the troupe of the Varna Drama Theater Stoyan Bachvarov has also given performances. Ahead of us is an exciting summer, marked by the highest achievements of composers, directors, choreographers, artists and performers. Most sincerely I wish you lots of mutual positive emotions with the bright artistic talents at the Opera in the Summer Theater 2017!

Daniela Dimova

Daniela Dimova

director of the Theatre and Music Production Centre Varna

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a musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber based on Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats by T. S. Eliot



21:00 – 23:00

21:00 – 23:00


Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber is the contemporary genius of the musical. After its premiere in the West End in London in 1981 and its American production on Broadway in New York, the next year the musical was performed all over the world, gaining tremendous success. The cats’ world embedded in Cats directly relates to the diverse types in human society – stealing cats, criminal cats, prostituting cats… Prof. Svetozar Donev sought a modern, clear and stylized vision, closer to his contemporaries. Anna Doneva focused on the people with whom she was working. In her opinion, the cats’ world embedded in Cats is not foreign to ours.

Director: Svetozar Donev Choreographer: Anna Doneva Conductor: Stratsimir Pavlov Scenography: Ivan Tokadzhiev

Choir conductors: Stefan Boyadzhiev, Tsvetan Krumov Translation: Haralampi Anichkin Assistant Director:

Srebrina Sokolova

Costumes: Asya Stoimenova In the main roles: Old Deuteronomy:

Lyudmil Petrov

Munkustrap: Velin Mihaylov (22.06.), P lamen

Dolapchiev (14.08.)

Rum Tum Tugger: Neycho


Demeter: Srebrina Sokolova Bombalurina: Philippa Rujenova Grizabella: Daniela Dimova Performed in Bulgarian.








21:00 – 23:00

21:00 – 23:00



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THE THREE MUSKETEERS a musical by Maxim Dudaevsky, libretto and staging by Nikolay Aprilov, after the novel by Alexandre Dumas, peré

About the popularity of The Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas, peré, someone is believed to have said, “We all remember the novel without having read it at all.” This is one of the most adapted for the screen literary works of all times. We should not forget that the plot is of the kind which parents joyfully retell to their children as an example of a story, combining heroic honor, historical grandeur, a story about the power of friendship and last but not least – a love romance.” Nikolay Aprilov Conductor, Orchestration and Arrangement of the songs:

Stratsimir Pavlov

Choreography: Tatyana Yaneva Scenography and Costumes:

Asya Stoimenova

Song lyrics: Mariya Doneva Choir conductor:

Tsvetan Krumov

Assistant Director:

Srebrina Sokolova

Stage fight and fencing:

Nikolay Derivolkov In the roles: D’Artagnan: Ovanes

Aramis: Kaloyan Lulchev

King Louis XIII of France:

Constance Bonacieux: Liliya Ilieva, Mariya Pavlova

Anne of Austria: Ilina

Plamen Georgiev

Cardinal Richelieu: Stefan

With the participation of the V arna Children’s Opera,

Torosian (photo)

Krasimir Dobrev

Mihaylova, Daniela Dimova Ryadkov, Dimitar Martinov

Monsieur Bonacieux:

Conductor Gancho Ganchev

Duke of Buckingham:

Plamen Dolapchiev Milady Winter: Daniela

Viktorova, Antoanela Petrova Comte de Rochefort:

Lyudmil Petrov

Monsieur de Treville:

Svilen Stoyanov

Athos: Svilen Nikolov,

Deyan Vachkov

Porthos: Velin Mihaylov, Georgi Handzhiev


Performed in Bulgarian with the text in Russian and English.


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LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOR opera in three acts by Gaetano Donizetti, libretto Salvadore Cammarano, based upon Sir Walter Scott’s historical novel The Bride of Lammermoor





21:00 – 23:30

21:00 – 23:30


Nicoletta Conti studied piano, composition and conducting at the Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory in Milan. She specialized with Franco Ferrara, Leopold Hager, Leonard Bernstein, Seiji Ozawa and Kurt Masur. She was awarded by the president of Italy with The Order of Merit of the Italian Republic. She has worked with the orchestras of Covent Garden, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra of the Netherlands, the Stuttgart Philharmonic Orchestra, Arturo Toscanini, Arena di Verona, as well as with Luciano Pavarotti, Renato Bruson, Leo Nucci, Daniela Dessi, Angela Gheorghiu. She organized the International master class for young singers Fiorenza Cossotto in Bologna. Ognian Draganoff graduated from the New Bulgarian University and National Music Academy Prof. Pancho Vladigerov in Opera Directing. He worked for the Sofia Opera as second director, assistant director, director and deputy managing director (1998-2002). Since 2002 he has staged productions in Bulgaria, Romania, Greece, Macedonia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Netherlands, Germany, Brazil, Italy, Colombia and Russia. Since 2015 he has been director of the Stara Zagora State Opera. Irina Zhekova graduated from National Music Academy Prof. Pancho Vladigerov in Classical Singing. She specialized with Mirella Parutto and Antonio Boyer in Rome, at the Santa Cecilia Academy in Rome with Renata Scotto, Claudio Desderi, Anna Vandi and Cesare Scarton (20092011). She debuted on the stage of the National Opera and Ballet – Sofia in the part of Woglinde in the opera Das Rheingold by R. Wagner. Since 2011 she has been a soloist with the Varna State Opera. Ilina Mihaylova graduated from National Music Academy Prof. Pancho Vladigerov in Classical Singing. She specialized at the Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory in Milan with Wilma Borelli. In 2008-

Conductor: Nicoletta Conti

Costumes: Salvatore Russo

Director: Ognian Draganoff

Choir Conductors: Stefan Boyadzhiev, Tsvetan Krumov

Scenography: Dimo Kostadinov In the roles: Enrico: Svilen Nikolov

Arturo: Hristo Ganevski

Lucia: Irina Zhekova (04.07.), I lina Mihaylova (17.08.)

Raimondo: Eugeniy Stanimirov

Edgardo: Nazar Tattshin (04.07.), M ihail

Mihaylov (17.08.)

Normanno: Plamen Dolapchiev Alisa: Boyka Vassileva (04.07.), V yara

Zhelezova (17.08.)

Performed in Italian with the text in Bulgarian and English.

2009 she won the International Competition ASLICO in Como. In 2012 she debuted at the Sofia Opera and Ballet with the part of Adina in L’elisir d’amore by Donizetti, staged by director Vera Nemirova. Since 2013 she has been soloist with the Varna State Opera.





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21:00 – 23:30

21:00 – 23:30

an opera in a prologue and three acts by Giuseppe Verdi to an Italian libretto by Temistocle Solera, based on the 1809 play Attila, König der Hunnen (Attila, King of the Huns) by Zacharias Werner

Premiere B alkan Opera Network –

a coproduction with the National Drama and Opera – Belgrade

Conductor: Jan van Maanen (07.07.), A ldo Sissillo (19.08.) Director: Dejan Miladinović Scenography: Aleksandar


Costume: Milanka Berberović Choir conductor:

Tsvetan Krumov

In the roles: Attila: Svetozar Rangelov (07.07.), C arlo Colombara (19.08.) Ezio: Ventseslav Anastasov (07.07.), V ladimir

Stoyanov (19.08.)

Odabella: Linka

Stoyanova (07.07.) Foresto: Georgy Sultanov Uldino: Plamen Dolapchiev Leone: Petar Petrov Performed in Italian with the text in Bulgarian and English.

Attila is one of the early works of Verdi, which inspired the national revival of Italy. Dejan Miladinović staging productions of the Belgrade National Opera and Drama, he is also artistic consultant at the realization of different superproductions in the largest hall in Belgrade – Sava Centar. He is also guestprofessor at the Southern Methodist University – Dallas, USA and at the University of Southern California – Los Angeles. Svetozar Rangelov debuted at the Sofia Opera and Ballet in 1998 as Don Basilio (The Barber of Seville). He has guest-performed in France – Toulon, Paris, Dijon and Bordeaux; Rome, Brussels, Sao Paulo, the Solothurn Festival in Switzerland, Tokyo, Barcelona. Carlo Colombara (photo) debuted when he was hardly 25 years old at the La Scala – Milan. There followed joint participations with Riccardo Muti, Lorin Maazel and other famous conductors at the Vienna State Opera, Metropolitan Opera in New York, Bolshoi Theater in Moscow. Vladimir Stoyanov specializes in the Bulgarian Academy of Arts and Culture Boris Christoff in Rome by Nicola Ghiuselev and in Teatro alla Scala Academy at Magda Olivero (1994). He has performed at the San Carlo theaters, Naples, Milan’s Rock, in Austria, Germany, Spain, Italy.



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a ballet to music by Ludwig Minkus



Friday, 21:00 – 23:00

Choreography: Sergei

Bobrov (honored artist of Russia)

Artist: Kristina

Conductor: Milen



Sancho Panza:

Daniel Hristov

A Gypsy: Iliyana Bozhkova

Lorenzo, an innkeeper:

Mercedes: Galina

In the roles: Don Quixote: Rumen


Kitri: Elena Svinkko – Laureate of the International Ballet Competition – Varna 2016

Galina Velcheva

Basil: Dmitriy

Toreador: Pavel Kirchev

Dyachkov – Laureate of the International Ballet Competition – Varna 2016

Denko Stoyanov

The Street Dancer:


Jig: Antoana Petrova,

Martin Chikalov, Salvatore Laudini, Daniel Hristov

Gamache: Nikolay


Elena Svinkko (photo) is laureate of the Youth Delphic Games of Russia, the AllRussia Ballet and Choreography Competition Grand Prix Siberia and the AllRussia Ballet and Choreography Competition. In 2016 she was invited to be guest-soloists of the ballet troupe of the Varna State Opera. Dmitriy Dyachkov is laureate of the International Ballet Competition Grand Prix Siberia. He is soloist with the ballet troupe of the State Theater for Opera and Ballet in Krasnoyarsk.

Monday, 21:00 – 23:00

Choreography Sergey Bobrov. With the special participation of Ekaterina Bulgutova and Yuri Kudryavtsev, laureates of the International Ballet Competition – Varna, 2016, Anna Fedosova – State Opera and Ballet Theater Krasnoyarsk and Pavel Kirchev – State Opera Varna. Fragments of Swan Lake by Tchaikovsky, Adam’s Giselle, Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet, La Sylphide by Leuvensköld and others. Ekaterina Bulgutova graduated from the Choreography School in Krasnoyarsk in 2005 and was immediately invited to join the troupe of the State Theater for Opera and Ballet in Krasnoyarsk. She is laureate of The Sun of the Season Competition, Theater Spring 2015, the All-Russia Ballet and Choreography Competition 2016 and others. In 2016 she was invited to be guest-soloist with the ballet troupe of the Varna State Opera. Yuri Kudryavstev started studying Classical Dance at the College of Choreography in Krasnoyarsk in 2006. Since 2013 he has been soloist with the Krasnoyarsk Opera and Ballet. In 2013-2015 he participated in the guest-performing tour of the theater in the United Kingdom as leading soloist and received very good reviews in the British press.







opera in four acts by Georges Bizet Libretto by Henri Meilhac and Ludovic Halévy, based on the novella of the same title by Prosper Mérimée

21:00 – 00:00


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For the great French composer Georges Bizet the opera Carmen was simultaneously a flight of his genius and a life fiasco. The characters are bandits, smugglers, soldiers. The indignant members of the audience at the premiere outdid one another in showing their repulsion at the main heroine calling her “a depraved Gypsy”, “a shameless seductress”, “an adventuress without moral principles”, etc. Bizet could not bear the failure of the premiere at the Paris Opera-Comique in 1875 and died three months later. After seven years the opera returned to Paris with tremendous success and since then it has been triumphant all over the world. For the soloist of the Varna State Opera, Dimitrinka Raycheva (photo), the part of Carmen is one of her latest achievements in her rich repertoire. Turkish tenor, Murat Karahan, has a doctoral degree from the Bilkent University of Music and Performing Arts, Ankara; a specialization at the Santa Cecilia Academy – Rome with Prof. Bruno Cagli and participation in a master class of legendary Renata Scotto. In 2015 he successfully played Don Jose on the stage of the Bolshoi Theater.

Conductor: Borislav Ivanov

In the main roles:

Director: Kuzman Popov

Carmen: Dimitrinka Raycheva

Moralès: Ilko Zahariev

Choreography: Boryana

Don José: Murat Karahan

Frasquita: Galina Velikova

Escamillo: Deyan Vatchkov

Mercédès: Silvia Angelova


Artist: Ivan Savov Choir Conductors: Stefan

Boyadzhiev, Tsvetan Krumov


Micaëla: Ilina Mihaylova Zuniga: Geo Chobanov

Le Remendado: Plamen


Le Dancaïre: Svilen Nikolov

With the participation of the Varna Children’s Opera, Artistic Director Gancho Ganchev Performed in French with the text in Bulgarian and English.


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a musical by Yves Dessca based on the novel by Alexadre Dumas

Director: Petko Bonev Conductor: Stanimir Pavlov Choreography: Svetlin Ivelinov,

Antoineta Aleksieva

Scenography and Costumes:

Asya Stoimenova

21:00 – 23:30

3D Mapping: Polina Gerasimova Choir conductor: Stefan


Fencing Coach: Detelina


Photographer: Rossen Donev

In the roles: Alexandre Dumas: Milen Ivanov

The world premiere, released on 28 June 2016 in Varna, has a short but prestigious history: participation in the first Bulgarian music festival – Varna Summer and in the Stage of the Ages – the Tsarevets Fortress in Veliko Tarnovo, and in Hall 1 in the National Palace of Culture. Yves Dessca is an author of hits in the 1970s in the repertoire of Severine – Un banc, un arbre, une rue, which won the Eurovision Contest in 1971, Vicky Leandros – Apres Toi, which won the Eurovision Contest in 1972, Michel Sardou – La Maladie d’Amour, Jacques Dutronc – Gentleman Camrioleur and others. In the 1980s he was on the board of the American TV channel CBS. As a producer for the Italian television he supported the creation of the first event of The Three Tenors – Pavarotti, Domingo and Carreras during the 1990 FIFA World Cup Final in Italy. In the spectacle The Count of Monte Cristo, the singing and dancing arts are equally presented, combined with modern technological and scenographic solutions, using 3D mapping.

Edmond Dantes: Hristo Ganevski Count of Monte Cristo:

Albert de Morcerf:

Velin Mihaylov

Heloise: Vyara Zhelezova

Dimitar Markov

Valentine: Mariya Pavlova

General Count Bertrand:

Luigi Vampa: Plamen Georgiev

Zakar Gostanyan

Danglars: Plamen Dimitrov Mercedes: Ilina Mihaylova Fernand Mondego:

Eugenie Danglars:

Srebrina Sokolova

A banker: Petar Petrov Chief of Police Lefort:

Arseniy Arsov

Vladislav Vladimirov

Princess Haydee: Filipa

A clerk: Anatoli Romanov


Morrell: Ilko Zahariev

Benedetto (Cavalcanti):

Ilko Zahariev

Dantes, father: Plamen Georgiev

A child: Bella Petrova

Gaspard Caderousse:

Soloists of the ballet: Vesela

Dimitar Martinov

Madame Caderousse:

Antoaneta Marinova

Gerard de Villefort:

Vasileva, Pavel Kirchev, Yurika Aoki, Martin Chikalov, Galina Velcheva, Denko Stoyanov, Rumen Stefanov, Nikolay Dimitrov

Svilen Nikolov

Abbe Faria: Deyan Vachkov

Performed in English with the text in Bulgarian.

Maximilien Morrell:

Velin Mihaylov

Chairman: Lyudmil Petrov







opera in four acts by Giuseppe Verdi to libretto by Antonio Ghislanzoni


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21:00 – 00:00

Conductor: Svetoslav Borisov Director: Kuzman Popov Artist: Lora Marinova

Choir conductors: Stefan Boyadzhiev, Tsvetan Krumov Choreography: Kalina Bogoeva

In the roles: The King of Egypt:

Geo Chobanov

Aida: Dragana Radakovic Amneris: Daniela Dyakova

Amonasro: Plamen Dimitrov Messenger: Hristo Ganevski Voice of the High Priestess:

Galina Velikova

Radames: Valeriy Georgiev Ramfis: Ivaylo Djurov


Performed in Italian with the text in Bulgarian and English.

The creation of the libretto was the work of four authors. The first was Edouard Mariette, a French historian and Egyptologist, who prepared the scenario basing it on a legend, decoded from a papyrus. The second, Camille du Locle, wrote the operatic text in prose. The third, Antonio Ghislanzoni – journalist, poet and singer – wrote the Italian libretto in verses. The fourth was Verdi himself. Since 1871, when it was performed in Egypt, it has been one of the most performed titles by the Italian maestro. The part of Aida is played by Serbian soprano Dragana Radakovic. She got a master’s degree from the Music academy in Belgrade: Vocal Arts in the class of Prof. Radmila Bakocevic and Conducting in the class of Prof. Stanko Sepic. She specialized in master classes given by Renata Scotto, Mirella Freni, Magda Olivero and Bruna Baglioni. During the last few years she has had successful participations at the Belgrade Opera, in Slovenia – Maribor and at the International Festival in Ljubliana, at the Summer Music Festival in Oderzo, Italy, at the Romanian opera theaters in Timisoara, ClujNapoca, Constanta and Sibiu, Munich, Dortmund, Wolfsburg, Saarbrucken and Frankfurt. In 2013 she took part with the Zurich Philharmonic Orchestra in a concert dedicated to the 200th anniversary of Verdi’s birth. In 2014 she guest-performed at the Summer Festival in Schwerin (Germany) and opened the new season at the Cairo Opera, playing the part of Aida. In 2016 she debuted in Sidney, Australia, in the part of Turandot.


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opera in four acts by Giacomo Puccini, based on the novel L’histoire du chevalier des Grieux et de Manon Lescaut by the Abbé Prévost

Wednesday 21:00 – 23:30 Premiere

Manon Lescaut is the effective adaptation by Puccini based on the classical novel about the freedom-loving peasant girl who becomes part of the elite of Paris and is torn between love and the luxury life she has dreamed of. His work became his first great success and the love duet in the Second Act is still considered one of the most erotic opera scenes ever created. The new chief conductor of the Varna State Opera Jan van Maanen was born in the Netherlands. He graduated from the Royal Conservatoire in the Hague and the Conservatoire in Utrecht. In 2013 he conducted the Seventh Symphony – Leningrad by Shostakovich with the Symphonic Orchestra of the Ukrainian National Radio. In 2016 he conducted the Second Symphony by Rahmaninov in the Golden Hall of the Musikverein in Vienna. He has participated in master classes of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. He composed several chamber operas and one symphony. The leading part is played by Valeria Sepe (photo), one of the most promising Italian sopranos. During her short performing career she successfully participated at the Festival of Opera Singing Mario del Monaco in Split, Croatia. Efe Kislali has received recognition in Prague, Salzburg, Latvia and Japan and others. Critics define him as a tenor with a baritone hue, but brilliant in the high ranges.

Conductor: Jan van Maanen

Choreographer: Grisha Ruglev

Director: Alexander Tekeliev

Choir conductor:

Artist: Valentin Topencharov

Tsvetan Krumov

In the main roles: Manon Lescaut: Valeria Sepe Lescaut: Plamen Dimitrov

Performed in Italian with the text in Bulgarian and English.

Renato des Grieux: Efe Kislali






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Thursday 21:00 – 23:00

Director: Srebrina Sokolova Conductor: Grigor Palikarov

Soloists: Valentina Koutzarova, Milen Bozhkov, Nikolay Dobrev,

Linkka Stoyanova, Daniela Dyakova, Irina Zhekova, Arseniy Arsov, Valeriy Georgiev, Evgeniy Stanimirov, Svilen Nikolov

Choir conductor: Tsvetan Krumov

Grigor Palikarov graduated from the Music School Dobrin Petkov – Plovdiv in Piano and the National Music Academy Prof. Pancho Vladigerov in Sofia with master’s degrees in four majors: Opera and Symphonic Conducting, taught by Prof. Vasil Kazandzhiev and Prof. Ivan Vulpe, Composition taught by Prof. Dimitar Tapkov, Piano – Prof. Krasimir Taskov and Choir Conducting taught by Prof. Stoyan Kralev. He specialized in Composition with Prof. Erich Urbanner from the Vienna Conservatoire. He began his career as a conductor with the Symphonic Orchestra of the Ensemble of the Bulgarian Army. Meanwhile he was chief artistic director of the Youth Philharmonic Orchestra Pioneer (1998-2003). He debuted at the National Opera and Ballet – Sofia in 1998, conducting the Gala Concert of Ghena Dimitrova at her personal request. His repertoire includes more than 50 opera and ballet titles. Since the 2005/2006 season he has been chief artistic director of the Symphony and Operetta Society Maestro G. Atanasov in Pazardzhik. He has guest-performed in Germany, Austria, Belgium, France, Italy, Luxembourg, Russia, USA, Slovenia, Taiwan, Netherlands, Korea, Japan. He conducted the Royal Belgian Philharmonic – Brussels, the National Opera and Ballet – Ljubljana, Symphonic Orchestra Century – Taipei, Taiwan, the Opera Circle Company – Cleveland, USA.



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a romantic drama after a scenario by Mark Norman and Tom Stoppard, stage adaptation Lee Hall Initially created by the West End by Disney Theatrical Productions & Sonia Friedman Productions, director Declan Donnellan, based on the idea of Nick Ormerod, music Paddy Cunneen


Translation and staging: Plamen Markov

Music: Kalin Nikolov

Scenography and costumes: Mira Kalanova

Choreography and stage fight: Kamen Ivanov

In the roles: Will/Romeo: Adrian Filipov

Wessex: Stefan Dodurov

Rosaline: Polina Nedkova


Nurse: Milena Kaneva

Tilney: Plamen Georgiev

Madame de Lesseps:

Boatman: Nikolay Bozhkov

Tsvetina Petrova

Henslowe: Stoyan Radev

Bilyana Stoeva

Marlowe: Dimitar Martinov

John: Gergana Arnaudova


Sam/Juliet: Nedyalko Stefanov

Nikolay Kenarov

Lambert/Tybalt: Valeri Valchev


Plamen Dimitrov


Adam/Lady Capulet:

The Queen: Veselina Mihalkova

Noll/Benvolio: Konstantin

Valentin Mitev

Ned Alleyn/Mercutio:

Simeon Lyutakov

Antonio Ugrinski


Ralph/Nurse: Svilen Stoyanov

Kate: Daniela Viktorova Molly: Anzhela Zhekova Millie: Eli Pencheva A nna Angelova, Viktoriya

Ivanova, Nikoleta Velcheva, Rumina Petkova, Simona Todorova Performed in Bulgarian.

21:00 – 00:30 Shakespeare in Love is a brilliant comedy about the misunderstandings around the creation of the classical work Romeo and Juliet. At the basis of the captivating action are Will/Shakespeare (Adrian Filipov), Philip Henslowe – producer and owner of a theater (Stoyan Radev) and Viola/Kent/Romeo/ Juliet (Tsvetina Petrova). The rest of the numerous characters, besides entertainment, express homage to the theater tradition and heartfelt love emotions which ennoble the harsh world we live in.


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