Monsieur Amilcare | Play | Ivan Vazov National Theatre
Chamber Hall

Monsieur Amilcare

Duration
02 h 00 m
Genre
Comedy
Age restriction
Not suitable for persons under 12

Production team:

Set Designer
Elena Ivanova
Costume designer
Elena Ivanova
Choreographer
Ivaylo Aleksandrov

MONSIEUR AMIlCAR

by Yves Jamiaque

 

Translation:

Snejina Rusinova-Zdravkova

Director:

Vladlen Alexandrov

Scenography and Costumes:

Elena  Ivanova

Choreography:

Ivaylo Alexandrov

 

Playwright and actor, author of numerous scenarios for film and television, Yves Jamiaque was born on the 30th of January 1918 in Paris. After he died in 1987, his play "Mr. Amilcare" gained a lot of popularity and was played for the first time on the 25th of September, 1974, in "Théâtre des Bouffes-Parisiens". Under the title "Monsieur Amilcare" the play hasn’t come down from the scenes for 20 years in Europe and above all in Russia, where it enjoys numerous productions and big success. In the undefined by the author genre, comedy or drama, the lonely Mr Amilcare decides to buy feelings and family happiness by hiring a professional actress for a wife, a street prostitute for a daughter, and a poor Parisian painter for a friend. The condition is one – no real feelings whatsoever. Simply theatre within a theatre.

 

Dramaturge of the performance:

Georgi Borisov

Assistant Directors:

Irina Ivanova, Boryana Miteva

Design of poster and program:

Yanina Petrova

Photographer:

Bozhidar Markov

 

Premiere: 30 October 2010

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