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June 4 /Tuesday/, 7 pm

Arsenal of Art Gallery

Creative Meeting

with Julian Vergov - Bulgaria





Julian Vergov is a well known Bulgarian stage, TV and  film actor. Graduated from the Lyuben Grois College of Theatre in the class of Prof. Tsvetana Maneva in 2001. His first theatrical roles were in the performances "The Seagull" by Chekhov and "Hamlet" by Shakespeare in the Tears and Laughter New Drama Theatre, "The Marriage of Figaro" by Beaumarchais in the Small City Theatre "Behind The Canal" and in the Ivan Radoev Drama Theatre in "Amok" by Paul Claudel, "Platonov" by Chekhov, "The Judgment" by Kafka and "Crime and Punishment" by Dostoevsky.

His debut on the stage of Ivan Vazov National Theatre was in "Romeo and Juliet" by Shakespeare.  Some of his notable roles include Martin in "Fool for Love" by Sam Shepard, The Baron in "Don’t Play With Love" by Alfred de Musset, Emilia in "Othello" by Shakespeare, Duke of Albany in "Кing Lear" by Shakespeare, Don Alonso in "Dom Juan" by Moliere, Radoslav in "Beethoven 21" by Konstantin Iliev, Sir Robert Chiltern in "An Ideal Husband" by Oscar Wilde, Felix Staufner in "The Festival of Bacchus" by Arthur Schnitzler, Peterbono in "Thieves' Carnival" by Jean Anouilh, the Prisoner in "The Peach Thief" by Emilian Stanev, Martin in "Goat or Who is Sylvia?" by Eduard Albee, Basov in "Useless Men" by Maksim Gorky, Michel Ulier in "God of Carnage" by Yasmina Reza, Pierre in "The Father" by Florian Zeller.

In 2015, Vergov won an Icarus award for Best Supporting Actor for the role of Boris Sarafov in the Ivan Vazov National Theatre play The Thessaloniki Conspirators. He was also nominated for ASKEER 2019 for the role of Basov in "Useless Men" by Maksim Gorky.

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