“The accompanying program is also very rich. All events are free to enter, but for those that will be held indoors, the public must get invitations from the theater box office,” say the organizers.
Here are the events – “Self-Portrait in the Mirror of the Stage” – meeting with Prof. Ivan Dobchev and presentation of his autobiographical book (September 17, 5 p.m., Chamber Hall of DT-Plovdiv), “Nikolay O. Masalitinov – an attempt to portrait” – presentation of a biographical film (September 17, 7:30 p.m., Chamber Hall of DT-Plovdiv), “How easy it is to be loved – 25 stories from Stefan Danailov’s students” – premiere of the book with the participation of Paraskeva Dzhukelova, Ana Papadopoulou, Darin Angelov, Ralitsa Paskaleva, Evelin Kostova, Radina Borshosh, Asen Blatechki, Alexander Kadiev, Bashar Rahal (September 19, 5 p.m.).
The accompanying program of the 26th edition of the festival offers several more interesting events. On September 11, at 5 p.m., the sculpture exhibition “Row 8, place 14” by Valentina Zlatarova will be opened in the “Dimitar Georgiev” gallery.
On September 16, at 5 p.m., a public talk “Contemporary Drama” with Alexander Sekulov will be held in the Chamber Hall of the theater. The event will mark the beginning of a playwriting school at the Drama Theater-Plovdiv. Entrance is free, but with advance registration at [email protected]
On September 18, at 11 a.m., a round table discussion on the problems and development of theater art “Tomorrow’s Theater” will begin in the “Dimitar Georgiev” gallery with curators Rositsa Obreshkova and Georgi Toshev. On the same date at 21:00 in the courtyard of the theater is the theatrical-musical performance based on texts by Dimitar Voev “Part of a collection” with the participation of Ivan Yurukov – guitar, ukulele, vocals; Stoyan Mladenov – violin, vocals; Nikolay Dimitrov – drums, vocals; Milen Apostolov – piano, vocals.