• Year Report

    18 December 2013

  • A way Throught The Labyrinth

    10 December 2013

    text Tanya Trendafilova, photho Vladimir Tonashevich

    We meet the naturally charming and ever so charismatic Elena Petrova just a week before the permier screenings of the very first Bulgarian psycho-thriller Roseville (in which she has a special, major part). And somehow in hour somewhat long conversation we easily manage to jump from topic to topic - from kids to extraterrestrials and from the rules of the thriller genre to just how funny Kalin Vrachanski's jokes are.
  • Transform Toromanov

    3 December 2013

  • The Pshysics Of The Theatre

    29 October 2013

    Yes, there are people from the US that are coming to live in Bulgaria. And they claom that they can realize their art ideas better here. If you dare to try the scientific-theatrical experiment The Time Of Quarks you may understand the choice of Nathan Cooper.
  • Game of Power

    2 October 2013

    text Dannie Nikolova, photos Vladimir Tomashevich

    The one who controls the media, controls the mind. The war between media and power - this is the main subject of The 4th Power  (new series, you can watch it every Sunday at 20:45 on National TV). One of the characters - a young, beautiful and very bold journalist, is played by Mila Parusheva, who is actually not a real actress. But she is perfect for the role!
  • Faces/Off

    24 September 2013

    by Nikola Shahpazov

    The curly and constantly hyperactive Sharon Fridman is well known for his work in Israel but has become an even more important for the Spanish contemporary dance scene that he entered at the dawn of the millenium. These days he and his team at the Compañía Sharon Fridman are on tour with their latest work Al Menos Dos Caras - and it is indeed this play that will start this year's Sofia Dance Week on October 5th. Which is as good a reason as any for a short chat with Sharon.
  • Together Froever

    18 September 2013

    by Avgusta Manoleva, photos by Vladimir Tomashevich

    Marta Petkova and Nikola Hadjitanev are both children of famous, artistic parents but have not relied on that, instead concentrating on carreers of their own that have earned them local and international praise. Marta is prima ballerina and Nikola is premier soloist at Sofia's National Opera and Ballet, so evidently they have a lot to share about playing on the big stage, the difficulties before every ballet player. And lots more.
  • Wild Rose

    4 September 2013

    We meet the devastatingly charming Silvia Petkova mere hours after her return from a 22 day long stroll along the wildest of beaches on Bulgaria's northern seaside. Although a bit sad about the fading summer days and the need to be back in the city, Silvia talks about the popular play Tiramisu, cinema, Bulgarian TV series Revolution Z and her upcoming appearance at the Fairytales PO Box on September 14th at One More Kino.
  • Songs in white

    15 August 2013

    text Stohrifor Lukomb

  • Mother Night

    22 May 2013

    text Dannie Nikolova

    Yozmit is your self-given name and it means something special. What’s the meaning of it? Bringing out the big 'I' within, creating myth about one's self What you’ve been up to lately? Traveling/touring for shows in Korea, London, Las ...
  • 3 Bears

    10 April 2013

  • Two for the Win

    23 January 2013

  • The Yearly Account

    20 December 2012

  • Transfomations

    9 November 2012

    text Avgusta Manolevaq photo Kalin Nikolov

  • Nothing Scandalous

    4 October 2012

  • Searching for Some Answers

    5 September 2012

  • Theatre NO

    23 August 2012

    text Avgusta Manoleva

  • Eyes of an Angel

    23 May 2012

  • Stefan Vuldobrev

    22 March 2012

  • A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Woman

    15 March 2012