Ripcord | Play | Ivan Vazov National Theatre
26 May, Sunday 19:30 "Apostol Karamitev" Stage

Ripcord

Duration
01 h 30 m
Genre
Comedy
Age restriction
Not suitable for persons under 12

Production team:

Production
Stefan Spasov
Set Designer
Nina Pashova
Costume designer
Nina Pashova
Multimedia
Nikola Bozadzhiev

RIPCORD

by David Lindsay-Abaire

 

Translation:

Matey Todorov

Director:

Stefan Spasov

Set and Costume Designer:

Nina Pashova

Music:

Theodosii Spassov

Multimedia:

Nikola Bozadzhiev

 

"Ripcord" tells affectionately and humorously the story of two old ladies forced to share close quarters at a senior living facility, their difficult room-sharing and yet harder coming to good terms with each other. The temperaments of Abby and Marilyn are as opposing as the moon and the sun, as sadness and joy, as grief and joie de vivre. It is only a funny and intriguing bet the two cohabitants make that would settle the score. Still, the two roommates have a long way to go before the end of their story, facing predicaments and shockers involving their grown-up children.

This is David Lindsay-Abaire’s second play staged at the National Theatre following Good People premiered in 2015.

 

DRAMATURG:

PhD Svetlana Pancheva

Assistant director:

Reneta Ikonomova

Poster and leaflet designer:

Yanina Petrova

Photographer:

Bozhidar Markov

Trailer:

Nikola Bozadzhiev

 

Premiere: 19th of December 2019

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