2010 | Main programme - Bulgarian selection Drama Theatre - Main Stage | 02 June, 20.00
03 June , 19.30
Hristo Petkov, Tsvetan Aleksiev, Georgi Karkelanov, Vasil Mihaylov, Georgi Kadurin, Tigran Torosyan, Leonid Yovchev, Veselin Anchev, Milen Milanov, Georgi Novakov, Miroslav Kosev, Stoyko Peev, Miroslav Pashov, Nikolay Todorov, Mimoza Bazova, Anastasiya Ingilizova, Lidiya Indzhova, Gergana Dandanova
“A Bleeding Wound” (1976) was the first of Boyan Papazov’s plays to be banned for expressing a different point of view to the evaluation of the April Uprising. Today the director Ivan Dobchev stages the text as a “liturgical act” that delves deep into Bulgaria’s national rememberance and collective psychology. It is a production that brings forth discussion by giving a rather different approach to this key historical event.
Photo: Simon Varsano