The team of the show includes director Elitsa Yovcheva, who is known to the Plovdiv audience with her successful and well-watched performance “Up Close” by Patrick Marber.
The popular actors Todor Darlyanov, Maria Sotirova, Dobrin Dosev and Emmanuel Kabaga will take part in the new performance.
Martin McDonagh, who was born an outsider in London to Irish parents, with both British and Irish citizenship, presents Irish society in a searingly satirical manner.
McDonagh’s early plays were written in a 10-month burst between 1994 and 1995. The then 24-year-old wrote: “…out of sheer desperation. I didn’t have a big plan. I just knew I had to try something. I knew I would probably I ended up in a crappy job with some crappy boss telling me what to do. All the despair and anger I had about the situation was reflected in the lyrics.”
McDonough is proving to be the most exciting new voice in British theater today. At 27, he became the first playwright since Shakespeare to have four plays performed simultaneously on the London stage. In New York he is called “the first great playwright of the 21st century”.