25 October, Friday 19:00 Chamber Hall

The Wild duck

by Henrik Ibsen
translation by Antonia Buchukovska
Duration
02 h 00 m
Genre
Drama
Age restriction
Not suitable for persons under 15

"WILD DUCK"

by HENRIK IBSEN

 

The staging team:

Translation - Antonia Buchukovska

Director - Chris Sharkov

Scenography - Nikola Toromanov

Costumes - Nikola Toromanov, Ellis Veli

Music - Asen Avramov

Photography consultant - Nikolay Traymann

Multimedia "Verle Party" - Vasil Petrakov, Aleksandar Stanishev

Multimedia "The Wild Duck" - Bianca Hinova

 

Featuring:

ANA PAPADOPOLU, ELENA TELBIS, IVAN BARNEV, TSVETAN ALEXIEV, VALENTIN GANEV,

ILIYANA KODJABASHEVA, SAVA DRAGUNCHEV,VALENTIN BALABANOV, VASIL ILIEV

 

"The Wild Duck" is a play by Henrik Ibsen, one of the most significant playwrights in the World Theater. A return from traveling abroad reveals unexpected family secrets that pass through two families in three generations. The secrets raise the question how truth and justice have a place in a society where success, image and profit are guaranteed to bring personal happiness and fulfillment. These are the main themes of Ibsen, woven in the unusual symbol of one pet – the wild duck, and lived mostly in the context of photography – the main occupation of a part of the play's characters. "The Wild Duck" is a premonition of the age of self-observation, in which we exist today and in which filming replaces living.

 

Award IKAR`2019 for scenography of Nikola Toromanov

Nomination IKAR`2019 for the female role of Ana Papadopulu for the role of Gina Ekdal

Nomination IKAR`2019 for directing by Chris Sharkov

 

Dramaturge - Svetlana Pancheva

Assistant director - Irina Ivanova, Boryana Miteva

Photographer - Stefan N. Shterev

Creative concept of the poster - Nikola Torromanov

Design of poster and program - Yanina Petrova

 

Premiere - 12 October, 2018

 

Duration - 2 h., without an intermission

The performance is not suitable for persons under 15.

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