• Boryana


    by Yordan Yovkov · Director: Krasimir Rankov · Cast: Patricia Pandeva, Krasimir Dokov, Krystju Krastev, Nikolay Stanchev, Krasimir Vasilev, Paraskeva Djukelova, Elena Kabasakalova, Stefan Popov, Todor Genov, Marin Mladenov

  • My wife's husband


    by Miro Gavran · Stage: Vyacheslav Zhukov · By: Dmitro Karshnevich, Oleg Sikrinski

  • Two for the Seesaw


    by William Gibson · Directed by: Bina Haralampieva · Cast: Elena Atanasova and Gerasim Georgiev - Gero

  • #minaret


    Choreography: Omar Rajeh · Cast: Antonia Kruschel, Charlie Prince, Mia Habis, Moonsuk Choi, Yamila Khodr & Omar Rajeh · Music: Joss Turnbull [percussion], Mahmoud Turkmani [oud], Pablo Palacio [interactive sonifcation], Ziad El ...

    #minaret stands against the numbing, the non-acting position to the vast destruction and violations of human rights. #minaret is Rajeh’s new performance of resistance against the war “normality” and the abstraction of the violence for the ones watching both far away and nearby.
    · One Dance Week
    Boris Hristov House of Culture  
  • A first meet & Sal


    A first meet - Choreography and Performance: Lee, In Soo · Duration: 20' Sal - Choreographer: Kim, Jin A · Duration: 20'

    The night will include A first meet of Lee, In Soo and Sal of Kim, Jin A. Both shows are with a single ticket and their total duration is 60 minutes.
    · One Dance Week
    Boris Hristov House of Culture  
  • Atma


    Cast: Dana Dimitriadi and Dionysius Alamanos · Duration: 50'

    Danae and Dionysios are two emerging Greek artists highly concerned by the future of the Earth. Their work brings together contemporary dance language, Greek inspirational aesthetics and powerful messages about the necessity of humanity to feel more concerned and act in the future.
    · One Dance Week
    Boris Hristov House of Culture  
  • Chamkoria


    by Milen Ruskov · Director: Yavor Gyrdev ·Set design: Svetoslav Kokalov · Zahary Baharov solospectacle

    Milen Ruskov, Yavor Gurdev and Zahari Baharov shared skills in a mono-spectacle after the two-volume novel Chamkoria, which tells about the events surrounding the attack in the church of St. King (today St. Nedelja).
    · Stage at a Crossroads
    Plovdiv Drama Theatre  
  • Colder than here


    by Laura Wade · Director: Vladimir Lyutskanov

  • Contemporary?


    Idea, choreography and performance: Lamb Ramanauskaite, Mantas Stabacinkans, Paulus Tamole · Duration: 60'

    What is contemporary dance really? The three performers in Focus Lithuania: Contemporary? focus ironically on the processes of dance making, the guild and the contemporary stage in their home country Lithuania.
    · One Dance Week
    Boris Hristov House of Culture  
  • Crazy Gidia


    based on the poem by Pencho Slaveikov · Conductor: Dimitar Kosev · Director: Pavel Gerdjikov · Stage designer: Ivan Tokadzhiev · Costumes: Tsvetanka Petkova-Stoynova · Choreography of soloists and choirs: Anna ...

  • Danny and the Deep Blue Sea


    by John Patrick Shanley · Directed by: Ovanes Torosian · Cast: Catalin Stareishinska, Georgi Gotsin · Music: I.M.A.

    John Patrick Shanley's script Danny and the Deep Blue Sea meets us with two damaged people as they dance through an emotional evening, desperate to make sense of something in their lives.

    Plovdiv Drama Theatre  
  • Debelianov and the angels


    by Alexander Sekulov · Director: Diana Dobreva

  • Game Over


    Choreography and performance: Arida Goudate and Laurinas Skewichey · Duration: 55'

    With minimalist style and contrast action supported by drums and electronic music, Game Over invites the audience to witness a collision of reality and dreams. Anything can happen. If this game is on, will you join in?
    · One Dance Week
    Boris Hristov House of Culture  
  • Godos


    Choreographers: Anne Ekenes, Pia Holden (Panta Rei dance theater, Norway), Birutė Letukaitė  (Lithuania) · Composer: Antanas Jasenka · Cast: Clara Giambino, Chiara Corbetta, Ema Senkuvienė, Eric Zarcone, Marine Fernandez, ...

    The word “godos” has disappeared from daily Lithuanian vocabulary. It’s time to bring it back to life through the art of dance.
    · One Dance Week
    Boris Hristov House of Culture  
  • Hangmen Hangmen


    by Martin McDonagh · Director: Stoyan Radev · Set design: Venelin Shurelov · Costume design: Elitsa Georgieva · Composer and performing the music live: Damyan Mihaylov · Cast: Iliya Videlinov, Nikolay Antonov, ...

    Hangmen (2015) is Martin McDonagh’s long expected comeback to theatre stage after a series of successes in cinema. It reaffirms his place among the leading authors of new British drama and won him the Lawrence Olivier Award.
    · Stage at a Crossroads
    Plovdiv Drama Theatre  
  • K(-A-)O--> & Love


    Choreography and Performance: Kenji Shinohe · Dramaturgy: Ritsuko Matsouoka · Duration: 40 '

    Japanese choreographer Kenji Shinohe presents two solo dance performances related to the modern human life.
    · One Dance Week
    Boris Hristov House of Culture  
  • Martin, Dancho, and their mother


    by Kamen Donev · Directed by Kamen Donev · Cast: Albena Koleva

  • Night


    Direction: André Braga · Cast: André Braga, Cláudia Figueiredo, Paulo Mota, Ricardo Machado · Duration:90'

    In Night, a trio of men and a DJ step into the dark territories in search of new clarities.
    · One Dance Week
    Boris Hristov House of Culture  
  • No Seats


    by Emil Yotovski · Director: Gylyb Bochukov · Decor: Nikolay Ninov · Costume design: Tomiana Tomova-Nacheva · Music: Dimityr Ganev · C: Maya Bezhanska, Borislav Hristov, Kalcho Ivanov, Atanas Atanasov, Mustafa ...

  • Nose


    by Gogol · Director: Veselka Kuncheva · Set and costume disgn: Marieta Golomehova · Music: Hristo Namliev · C: Georgi Spasov, Polina Hristova · Photos: Ivan Donchev

  • On Science


    Written, directed and performed by Kamen Donev

  • Orchestra without a name


    Director: Boris Radev · C: Filip Avramov, Stanimir Gymov, Rumen Ugrinski, Nedelyana Hristova, Katerina Evro, Georgi Mamalev, Diliyana Popova, Maria Ilieva

  • Part-time reportages about Bulgaria - Odyssey


    by Georgi Markov · Director: Blagoy Boychev · Set and costumes design: Mirela Vasileva · C: Ivaylo Draganov, Beatrice Blagoeva, Stoyan Rumenin, Georgi Atanasov, Irena Dunavska, Stefan Markoff, Mara Boneva, Milen Vangelov, Petyr ...

  • Strangers


    by Maxim Gorky · Director: Krasimir Spasov · Set design: Krasimir Vylkanov · Playwright: Svetlana Pancheva · C: Darin Angelov, Iliana Kodzhabasheva, Marin Yanev, Plamen Dimov, Paraskeva Dzhukelova, Dobrinka Stankova, ...

  • Summit Възвишение


    Written for theatre by: Aleksandar Sekulov and Ivan Dobchev · Directed by: Ivan Dobchev · Music: Asen Avramov · Set design: Ivaylo Nikolov · Costumes: Iva Guigova · Cast: Boyko Krastanov, Krasimir Vasilev, Asen ...

    The novel Summit has been labeled “Bulgarian novel for the past 25 years”, “a pocket encyclopedia of Bulgarian Revival,” and so on. The pseudo archaic language devised by the author himself carries us back to the times of 19th-century Bulgarian Revival.

    Plovdiv Drama Theatre  
  • Tenant


    by Matej Zupanchich · Directed by: Alexandra Petrova · Stage designer: Desislava Bankova · Цаст: Dobrin Dossev, Todor Durlinov, Radina Dummanian, Dimitar Banchev

  • The Boy in the Last Row


    By Juan Mayorga · Directed by: Chris Sharkov · Stage designer: Ralitsa Toneva · Music: Assen Avramov · Cast: Stefan Valdobrev, Boryana Bratoeva, Dimitar Nikolov, Dimitar Banchev, Simeon Alexiev, Krasimira Kuzmanova

    “Smart, caustic and astute” – this is how the press characterizes the play The Boy in the Last Row (2006) by world renown author Juan Mayorga. It earned him Max, the stage arts award in Spain and gained widespread popularity due to French director François Ozon’s film In the House [Dans la maison], which is based upon it.

    Plovdiv Drama Theatre  
  • The Great Tamer


    Conceived, Visualized, and Directed by Dimitris Papaioannou · Cast: Pavlina Andriopoulou, Costas Chrysafidis, Dimitris Kitsos, Ioannis Michos, Evangelia Randou, Kalliopi Simou, Drossos Skotis, Christos Strinopoulos, Yorgos Tsiantoulas, Alex ...

    The Great Tamer displays the idea that human life can be seen as a journey of discovery, an exploration for hidden treasure, an inner archaeological excavation for meaning.
    · One Dance Week
    Boris Hristov House of Culture  
  • Work time


    Author's performance by Kamen Donev · Cast: Anton Radichev, Albena Koleva, Кrasimir Vassilev, Radina Dummanian, Ivaylo Hristov, Stoyan Sardanov, Latinka Petrova, Krassimir Dokov, Krastyu Krastev, Todor Durlinov, Simeon Alexiev, ...