by IVAN VAZOV
The staging team:
Director - Alexander Morfov
Scenography and costumes - Elena Ivanova
Music consultant - Mihail Shishkov
Plastic consultant - Alexander Iliev
VALERI YORDANOV, DEYAN DONKOV, RUSI CHANEV, VALENTIN GANEV, VALENTIN TANEV, RENI VRANGOVA,
CHRISTO PETKOV, STOYAN ALEXIEV, PLAMEN PEEV, THEODOR ELMAZOV, IVAN YORUKOV, DARIN ANGELOV,
DEYAN ANGELOV, DANI RASHEV, EVGENI BUDINOV, DANIEL ANGELOV, VASIL DRAGANOV, VASILENA VINCENZO,
VICTOR TANEV, VLADISLAVA NIKOLOVA, ELISAVETA GOSPODINOVA, LEART DOKLE
In 1904, the first-ever play to be staged in the National Theatre was “Hashove”. With it was celebrated the theater’s 50-year anniversary in 1954. The anniversary hundredth season (2004 – 2005), Vazov's immortal work was again on the stage, directed by Alexander Morfov. Far from home, alone in a strange city, not desperate vagrants or paupers, but proud and freedom-loving, bums – for the elite, heroes – for the oppressed and the humiliated. On the stage in a strange city, the Hashove are enthusiastically playing their own performance – a general rehearsal for the true one, the one that will follow. The showdown in which they will find their death and together with the freedom for their people will gain free terrain and for the dragged Black souls.
Award IKAR' 2005 for directing Alexander Morfov.
ASKEER's 2005 Award for Best Performance, for directing Alexander Morfov for the leading male role of Valeri Yordanov.
Awards from the International Festival "Drumevi Theatre Fests and New Bulgarian Drama" – Shumen' 2006 for directing of Alexander Morfov, for scenography of Elena Ivanova, for Best Male Role of Valentin Ganev.
Dramaturge - Konstantin Iliev
Assistant Director - Olga Nedyalkova
Assistants of Scenograph - Tita Dimova, Ralitsa Ruseva, Stefan Yanev,
Engineer Stanimir Stanev, Engineer Valentin Stavrev
Design of poster and program - Stefan Despodov
Photographer - Ivo Hadjimishev
Premiere - October 22, 2004
The performance is not suitable for persons under 13.
Duration - 3 hrs. with an intermission