• A Month in the Country Месяц в деревне

    by by Ivan S. Turgenev · Director: Stiliyan Petrov · Scene: Venelin Shurelov · Costumes: Elitsa Georgieva · Music: Ivan Shopov · Choreography: Mila Iskrenova · Cast: Veselina Mihalkova, Gergana Arnaudova, ...

    The setting is the Islaev country estate in the 1840s. Natalya Petrovna, a headstrong 29-year-old, is married to Arkadi Islaev, a rich landowner seven years her senior. Bored with life, she welcomes the attentions of Mikhail Rakitin as her devoted but resentful admirer, without ever letting their friendship develop into a love affair.

    Stoyan Bachvarov Drama Theatre  
  • Blagunite: Another great day

    Director: Iliyan Iliev · Set design: Kiril Naumov · Puppets: Blagovesta Vasileva · Music: Dimo Stoyanov, Aleksander Doychev · C: Eliza Ilieva, Momchil Mihaylov, Zlatina Jordanova, Yanko Stoyanov, Yavor Zehirov, Maya ...

  • Chamkoria

    by Milen Ruskov · Director: Yavor Gyrdev · 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).

    Festival and Congress Centre  
  • Dead man's cell phone

    by Sarah Ruhl · Translation: Haralampi Anichkin · Director: Petar Denchev · Stage design: Petar Mitev · Cast: Biliana Stoeva, Nikolai Bojkov, Veselina Mihalkova, Simeon Lutakov, Milena Kaneva, Polina Nedkova

    Dead Man's Cell Phone is a play by Sarah Ruhl. It explores the paradox of modern technology's ability to both unite and isolate people in the digital age.

    Stoyan Bachvarov Drama Theatre  
  • Greedy Bear Лакома мецана [Варна]

    by Ran Bosilek · Director: Darin Petkov · Music: Svetla Vasileva · Сast: Diana Staikova, Tania Jekova, Jivko Jekov

    The incredible story teller Ran Bosilek carry us in the world of the animals and their relationships.

    Varna Puppet Drama Theatre  
  • Little prince

    by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry · Spectacle of Magdalena Miteva · Music: Konstantin Tsekov · Cast: Rumen Gavanozov, Yavor Gigov, Mila Kolarova, Atanas Filipov, Magdalena Miteva

  • Rachkov's forbidden show spectacle

    Solospectacle of Dimitar Rachkov

  • Rapunzel

    after the fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm · Director: Rositsa Minovska-Devedjieva · Costumes: Svila Velichkova · Music: Plamen Mirchev · Cast: Evgenia Vasileva, Emilia Petkova, Rosen Radev

    In an unscalable tower with no doors, far from people’s eyes, lives the long-haired beauty Rapunzel. Locked there by the witch Dame Gothel, isolated from the world, the girl yearns to be free. Suddenly, a prince on a white horse comes by. Will Rapunzel manage to save herself?

    Varna Puppet Drama Theatre  
  • Rare dumbbells

    Based on the film by Mario Monnicli Unknown perpetrators · Stage design: Teddy Moskov, Simone Schwarz · Stage design and costumes: Violeta Radkova · Music: Plamen Mirchev-Mirona · C: Maya Novoselska - guest, Robert ...

  • Retro

    by Aleksandar Galin · Director: Plamen Markov · Costumes: Mira Kalanova · Music: Kalin Nikolov · Cast: Mihail Mutafov, Teodora Mihailova, Neli Valkanova, Uliana Cherneva, Milena Kaneva, Valentin Mitev, Petia Yankova

    A subtle situational comedy by renowned Russian playwright Alexander Galin which is primarily based on a social theme where he typically uses a spectrum of characters to bring out various aspects of loneliness and old age melancholy.

    Stoyan Bachvarov Drama Theatre  
  • Tango

    concert-spectacle after the music of Astor Piazola · Soloists: String quartet Arte, Grigor Djanev [double bass], Ruslan Pavlov [piano], Stanislava Marcheva [mezzo soprano], Veselina Mihalkova, Tereza Zikovska

    The spirit and energy of Argentine tango embodied in Astor Piazzolla's magnetic music will be presented as a unique concert-spectacle. As a synthesis of music, theater and painting we will hear 11 emblematic works of the Argentine composer.

    Boris Georgiev Fine Arts Gallery  
  • The Confession of Don Juan

  • The lie

    by Florian Zeler · Director: Borislav Chakrinov · Costumes: Martina Variiska · Cast: Asen Blatechki, Koina Ruseva, Milena Markova, Stefan Ivanov

    What is the truth? What is it? The play by French playwright Florian Zeller - The lie has become a world theater hit without answering these questions.

    Festival and Congress Centre  
  • The twisted duckling

    by Elin Pelin · Director: Vera Stoikova · Puppets: Adriana Dobreva · Music: Ventsislav Marashliev · Cast: Emilia Petkova, Tania Velianova, Tania Jekova, Diana Staikova

    The story is about an old man and woman who had no children. They get a duckling that turned into a beautiful girl.

    Varna Puppet Drama Theatre  
  • The Women Chaser Minister

    by St. Kostov · Director: Plamen Panev · Cast: Hristo Garbov, Ventsislav Petkov, Ilia Pepelanov, Kosio Stanev, Lubomir Kanev, Tihomir Blagoev, Antonia Cheparova, Evgenia Iavasheva, Petia Venelinova, Tatiana Tsvetkova, Iana ...

  • Water's Memory

    by Sheila Stevenson · Director: Stoyan Radev · Scene and costumes: Мira Kalanova · Cast: Teodora Mihailova, Veselina Mihalkova, Daniela Viktorova, Gergana Pletniova, Vladislav Violinov, Nikolai Bojkov

    After a years-long separation three sisters meet again for their mother’s funeral. This turns into an occasion to make sense of their scattered lives and to attempt for a genuine communication. They gradually come to realize to what extent ...

    Stoyan Bachvarov Drama Theatre  
  • Wedding follies

    by Alexei Kozhuharov, inspired by Pajamas for six by Mark Kamoleti · Staging: Alexey Kozhuharov · Scene: Georgi Georgiev · C: Milica Gladnishka, Milena Markova - Maca, Janet Miovska, Simeon Vladov, Nikolay Todorov, Bozhidar ...

    Married couple. He has a lover. She has a lover. A typical situation... Until the four of them are at the same time under one roof...

    Festival and Congress Centre  
  • Zorba the Greek Zorba the Greek

    by Nikos Kazantzakis · Director: Stefan Spasov · Scenography: Dimitar Mitev · Cast: Krasimir Rankov, Stefan Spasov, Mariya Ginkova, Tatiyana Hristova, Krasimir Demirov, Vladimir Trendafilov, Plamen Marinov, Stefan Syrchadjiev, ...

    Zorba the Greek has become a myth because of longstanding aspiration of the human spirit for freedom. Freedom that modern man thinks he has. No, the modern man is not free, only the string with which he is bound, is slightly longer ... He shuttles here - there, working, buying, traveling ... thinks he's free ...

    Festival and Congress Centre