Viktoria Koleva | Artist | Ivan Vazov National Theatre

Viktoria Koleva

Viktoria Koleva

Graduated from the Higher Institute of Theatre Arts in 1986 in the class of Prof. Nikolay Lyutskanov. Has over 100 theatre roles including Honey in "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?", Titania and Senora Capulet in "A Midsummer Night's Dream" and William Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet", Julia in Miss Julia by August Strindberg, Claire in "A Play for Two" and Mrs. Wire in "The French Quarter" by Tennessee Williams, Patricia in "The Last Yankee" by Arthur Miller, The Mother in "Blood Wedding" by Federico García Lorca, Costanda in "Mother-in-Law", Countess Khohlakova in "The Brothers Karamazov" by Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Cleopatra Lvovna in "Even the wisest can be a little foolish" by Nikolai Ostrovsky.

Since 2009, she has been in the troupe of the Ivan Vazov National Theatre, where her roles are: Madame Rageno in "Cyrano de Bergerac" by Edmond Rostan, Elizabeth in "The Murder of Gonzago" by Nedyalko Yordanov, Poshlyopkina in "The Government Inspector" by Nikolai Gogol, The Mother in "Freedom in Bremen. Mrs. Geshe Gottfried" by Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Mother's love in "The Blue Bird" by Maurice Maeterlinck, B in "Three Tall Women" by Edward Albee, Anna in "The Culprit" by Dimitar Dimov, Gena in "Masters" by Racho Stoyanov, Mrs. Delachaum in "A Meeting at Sanlis" by Jean Anouilt.

She has numerous appearances in film and television.

Best Young Actress Award for the role of Elektra in "I Am Elektra, My Love" by László Durko in 1990.

"Plovdiv" Award for Theatre for the role of Popova in "Bear" by Chekhov in 2003.

2004 IKAR Award for Leading Female Role for Kostanda in Mother-in-Law.

Nomination for the ASKEER Award 2010 for the leading female role for Mika in "The Living from the Dead Village" by P. Anastasov.

During this season, on the stage of the Ivan Vazov National Theatre, you can watch Victoria Koleva in the performances "The Ideal Husband", "A Piano on the Grass", "Three Tall Women", "The Guilty", "One Crazy Day", "Uncle Vanya", "Whatever will be will be" and "Monsieur Amilcar".

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