Snezhina Petrova | Artist | National Theatre "Ivan Vazov"

Snezhina Petrova

Snezhina Petrova

Graduated from the National Academy for Theatre and Film Arts "Kr. Sarafov" (NATFA) in the class of Prof. Margarita Mladenova, Prof. Ivan Dobchev and Georgi Dulgerov. She has performed at the Theatre-Laboratory Sfumato, the 199 Theatre and in a number of independent projects in Legal Art Center. Since 2009 she joined the troupe of the Ivan Vazov National Theatre, where her more important roles are: The Woman in "The Dove" by Patrick Suskind, Miss Julia in "Miss Julia" by August Strindberg, The Unknown Lady in "As You Desire Me" by Luigi Pirandello, Nastasya Filippovna in "The Idiot ’2012" after Fyodor Dostoevsky, Ana in "Wild Duck Hunting" by Alexander Vampilov, She in "Everything is all right" by Dorota Maslowska.


Snezhina Petrova is an Acting Head of the Theater Department in the New Bulgarian University.


Icarus Award for Best Supporting Role for "The Dove", Ivan Vazov National Theatre, 2009

Best Actress Award at the Festival of German Independent Theatre Companies, Stuttgart, Germany, 2009

Award for best actress in "Small play for children's room" at the Festival of Bulgarian Drama, Shumen, 2008

Award of Grand Municipality – Actress of the Year, 2008

Award for female role at the Chamber Film Festival, Vratsa, 2008

ASKEER Award for Best Supporting Role for "Strindberg in Damascus", 2008

Icarus Award for leading female role; Union of Actors, 2007

Theatre Personality of the Year Award, Association of Independent Theatre Critics, 2006

Award from the Ministry of Culture of Bulgaria for contribution to the development and promotion of Bulgarian culture, 2006

Award for best actress in "ZEN-PORN" at the Festival of Bulgarian Drama, Shumen, 2002

“Zlatno pero” Award for contribution to Bulgarian culture, 2001

Collective award for female role at Theatre Festivals Blagoevgrad 2001 for "The Vagina Monologues", 2001

During this season, on the stage of the "Ivan Vazov" National Theatre, you can watch Snezhina Petrova in the following performances: "What Shall We Do With The Cello?", "Fiesta" and "Horo".


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