"ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST"
by KEN KESEY
The operative team:
Translation - Mariana Nedelcheva
Director - Alexander Morfov
Scenography and costumes - Elena Ivanova
Choreography - Mila Iskrenova
DEYAN DONKOV, RENI VRANGOVA, STOYAN ALEXIEV, IVAN BURNEV, EMIL MARKOV, RUSI CHANEV,
LEART DOKLE, VALENTIN GANEV, PLAMEN PEEV, STEFAN KUSHEV, JORDAN PETKOV, THEODOR ELMAZOV,
VYARA TABAKOVA, ALBENA STAVREVA, ANGELINA GAVRILOVA,VALENTIN BALABANOV, VASIL DRAGANOV,
VASILENA VINCENZO, VESELIN ANCHEV, VICTOR TANEV, BORISLAV STOILOV, VLADISLAVA NIKOLOVA,
ILIYANA KODJABASHEVA, IVAYLO DIMITROV, LIUBEN PETKASHEV
In the spectacle of Alexander Morfov the undead novel by Ken Kesey comes to life in a large scale, in places startling with his messages: "True wisdom is completely innate and inherent in people. Foreign influence is a weakening force. Be yourself, be what you want to be. " Ken Kesey wrote a “One flew over the Cuckoo's Nest" while working as a night watchman in a psychiatric clinic for veterans. The novel is gaining in popularity. Kirk Douglas, who played the role of McMurphy, buys the rights to the book and hires the playwright Dale Wasserman for stage adaptation. "I love the theme of the rebellion of the individual against the Society" – said Wasserman. As if from the same, colorful school bus of the Merry Pranksters, he goes down and the main character Randolph Patrick McMurphy to become one of the brightest representatives of the so-called counterculture and said: "As you laugh, you are safe. Laugh. When you lose your laughter, you lose everything in your life. And also: "Life is gambling with stakes. Play not to win, but to taste the impossible. Sincere selfishness equals common sense. "
Award IKAR '2011 and award ASKEER '2011 for the supporting male role of Ivan Barnev for the role of Billy Bibit.
Dramaturge - Emil Iliev
Assistant Director - Rositsa Obreshkova
Assistant Director - Olga Nedyalkova
Premiere - December 1, 2010
The performance is not suitable for persons under 15.
Duration - 3 h. 30 min., with an intermission