Students from the the National academy for theatre and film arts stage a play with UBB support

" Moonchildren" by Michael Weller was the choice for the graduation performance of Prof. Ivaylo Hristov the class at the National Academy for Theatre and Film Arts (NATFA). The production is realized with the support of United Bulgarian Bank as part of the institution’s line of support for art projects and young artists.

The play’s premiere was staged  on 29 November. On 30 November is the second premiere from 19.00 at the Grand Hall of NATFA’s Academic Drama Theatre.

The play’s director is the young Bulgarian artist Martin Kiselov, the scemography and the costumes are made by Simona Dicheva, the choreography - by Petya Popova and costumes and props assistant is Nia Mihaylova.

The perfomers are the rising stars Julia Petrova / Ivaylo Draganov (Mike), Ekaterina Georgieva / Sofia Ruhova (Ruth), Dragomir Draganov / Ivan Panayotov (Kuuti) George Gozzi (Norman), Plamen Dimov (Dick), Rosalia Abgaryan / Christiana Tsenkova (Kathy), Nikolai Yovina (Bob), Ivan Panayotov / Julia Petrova (Ralph), Daniela Stamova / Makaveeva Snezhana (Shelley). In Intermedia will feel the presence of Victoria Angelova Stamova Daniela, Eva Danailova Elena Telbis, Svetoslav Ivanov, Snezhana Makaveeva, Andrzej Jay (guest), Valerie Kirilov (guest).

The young artists, whom you can also see in "American Beauty" by Alan Ball, "Provincial Anecdotes" by Alexander Vampilov and "Forest Spirit" by A.P. Chehov, shared the stage with the Prof. Ivaylo Hristov (as Uncle Murray) and his colleague Plamen Sirakov (as Mr. Willis).