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‘Garbage for Plums’ enters the repertoir of ‘Valentin Stoychev’

12/22/2010

The newest production by Pro Rodopi Art Centre – ‘Garbage for Plums’ - enters the repertoir of ‘Valentin Stoychev’ 199 Theatre in Sofia.

The opening there will be on 19 December 2010, Sunday, at 11.30h.

‘Garbage for Plums’ will be performed at the stage of 199 Theatre in Sofia every month during next several seasons.

Garbage for Plums got so far following awards:
• Best Bulgarian production from the International jury at XIX International Puppet Festival ‘Two Are not Enough, Three Are too many’, Plovdiv (BG), Sept 2010
• 1st Prize for Best Bulgarian production from the Dutch jury at XIX International Puppet Festival ‘Two Are not Enough, Three Are too many’, Plovdiv (BG), Sept 2010


PRO RODOPI ART CENTRE (Bostina, Bulgaria)

in co-operation with Rhodopean Drama Theatre Smolyan

presents

GARBAGE FOR PLUMS
a production with puppets for kids and parents
based on Bulgarian folklore fairytale

Performed by DESISLAVA MINCHEVA
Written, Directed and Produced by PETAR TODOROV
Design of Puppets and Props by HANNAH SCHWARTZ

Choice of music Desislava Mincheva
Making of puppets Hannah Schwartz, Evgenia Lacheva
Making of props Petar Chekurov, Rumen Benkovski, Hannah Schwartz, Evgenia Lacheva
Consultant on Bulgarian Folk Music Ivan Pichurov
Consultant on Bulgarian Folk Dances Antoaneta Yaneva
Soundmix Roumen Chobanov
Assistant of director Yanko Husarov
An original music by Georgi Angreev has been used in the production too.

Duration: 45 min, no break.

So far the production has been presented with 25 performances in Bulgaria, Greece, Italy, Germany.

‘Garbage for Plums’ has been created as part of ‘Thalassa of Myths’ project with the financial support of Culture programme of Education and Culture GD of the European Union. ‘Thalassa of Myths’ is a project by Centre of Higher Education in Theatre Studies (Greece), Teatro Inverso (Italy), Centrul European de Educatie si Cultura “Artemis” (Romania) and Pro Rodopi Foundation (Bulgaria).

The production has been supported by Die Kulturabteilung der Stadt Wien MA7.