Anna Karenina

Anna Karenina

Theatre play
based on the novel by Leo Tolstoy
Directed by: Nikolay Polyakov
Designer: Marina Raychinova
Music: Hristo Yocov, Beloslava, Mihail Yosifov
Choreographer: Anna Pampulova
C: Silviya Petkova/Sofia Marinkova, Yuly Malinov, Milena Zhivkova, Martin Gyaurov, Yulian Rachkov, Mila Bancheva, Anton Grugorov, Simona Halacheva, Yordanka Lyubenova, Mihail Milchev, Iriney Konstantinov, Lora Mutisheva
This is the first staging in Bulgaria of Leo Tolstoy’s monumental work Anna Karenina, probably the most read novel in the world and certainly one of the most significant literary classics.

The novel masterfully intertwines two layers: the dramatic social changes in 19th-century Russia and the story of the tragic love of Anna, a beautiful aristocratic married to Count Karenin, and the officer Vronsky.
Director Nikolay Polyakov offers his own interpretation placing the character of Anna Karenina in the centre of the stage world. The intimate life of individual personality is transformed into a drama of the free choice against the background of merciless social reality. Two actors impersonate the narrators and introduce spectators to Tolstoy’s novel. As Anna Karenina the charming young actress Mila Bancheva makes one of her most memorable roles.



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