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Plamen Markov

1980 Graduated the National Academy for Theatre and Film Arts in Directing for Drama
1980-1983 Stage Director - Drama Theatre, Sliven
1983-1985 Managing Director – Drama Theatre, Sliven
1985 –1989 Stage Director – Theatre of Bulgarian Army
1989-1996 Managing Director - State Satire Theatre
Since 1996 Freelance theatre director and Professor in National Academy for Theatre and Film Arts, Sofia

Main Performances
“Albena” Iordan Iovkov, Drama Theatre, Sliven, 1980
“School for Women”, Molier, Drama Theatre, Sliven, 1981
“After that They Woke up in the Morning”, Vassili Shoukshin, Drama Theatre, Sliven, 1981
“Private Eye”, Anthony Shaffer, Drama Theatre, Sliven, 1982
“The Babylon Tower’, Margarit Minkov, Drama Theatre, Sliven, 1982
“Tot Family”, Ishtvan Iorkeini, State Satire Theatre, Sofia, 1983
“The Conspirators of Thessaloniki”, Georgui Danailov, Drama Theatre, Sliven, 1984
“The Crossway” Kolyo Georgiev, Drama Theatre, Sliven, 1984
“The Deer Kingdom”, Georgui Raichev, Theatre of Bulgarian Army, Sofia, 1985
“Night Cohabitation”, Margarit Minkov, Theatre of Bulgarian Army, Sofia. 1986
“The Iceman Cometh”, Eugene O”Neille, Theatre of Bulgarian Army, Sofia. 1986
“Landscape Details”, Stanislav Stratiev, Theatre of Bulgarian Army, Sofia. 1987
“ The Window”, Konstantin Iliev, Theatre of Bulgarian Army, Sofia. 1988
“After that They Woke up in the Morning”, Vassili Shoukshin, State Satire Theatre, Sofia. 1989
“The Visit of the Old Lady”, Friedrich Durenmat, State Satire Theatre, 1990
“Mamouth” , Stanislav Stratiev, State Satire Theatre, Sofia. 1991
“Five Little Pregnant Plays”, Dario Fo, State Satire Theatre, Sofia. 1992
“On the Other Side”, Stanislav Stratiev, State Satire Theatre, Sofia. 1992
“The Caretaker”, Harold Pinter, National Theatre, Sofia, 1993
“Cockroach Hunting ”, Yanoush Glovatzky, State Satire Theatre, Sofia. 1994
“Magbed”, Eugene Ionesko, National Academy for Theatre and Film Arts”, Sofia, 1994
“The Magnificient Cuckold“, Fernan Cromelink, State Satire Theatre, Sofia. 1995
“The Winter Habits of the Rabbits”, Stanislav Stratiev, State Satire Theatre, Sofia. 1996
“The American Buffalo”, David Mammet, Drama Theatre, Varna, 1997
“The Dumb Waiter”, Harold Pinter, National Theatre, Sofia. 1998
“The Masons and the Priest’, Plamen Markov after autentic documents, Drama Theatre, Sliven, 1998
“The Little Eyolf”, Henrik Ibsen, “199 Theatre”, Sofia, 1998
‘The Beauty Queen of Leenane”, Martin Macdonnah, National Theatre, Sofia. 1999
“Candid”, after Voltaire, National Academy for Theatre and Film Arts, Sofia. 1999
“Juliet, Juliet”, after Shakespeare, “Tear and Laughter” Theatre, Sofia, 1999
“The Cripple of Inishamaan”, Martin Macdonnah, Little Town Theatre off the Channel, Sofia, 2000
“Art”, Yasmina Reza, Little Town Theatre off the Channel, Sofia. 2000
“A Night Out”, Harold Pinter, State Theatre, Plovdiv, 2000
“Closer”, Patrick Marber, “Tear and Laughter”, Sofia. 2000
“The Double Bass”, Patrick Zuskind, National Theatre, Sofia. 2001
“Skull in Conemara”, Martin Macdonnah, National Theatre, Sofia. 2001
“Freedom in Bremen or the Beautiful Klara”, Rainer Verner Fassbinder, Little Town Theatre of the Channel, Sofia. 2001
“Rondo”, Arthur Shnizler, Drama Theatre, Varna, 2001
“Dinner with Friends”, Donald Margulies’, National Theatre, Sofia. 2002
“Art Craftsmen”, Racho Stoyanov, “Tear and Laughter”, Sofia. 2002
“Priests and Witches”, Plamen Markov after authentic documents, Town Theatre “Sofia”, Sofia, 2002
“Oleanna”, David Mammet, State Youth Theatre, Sofia, 2002
\'Macbeth". William Shakespeare. National Theatre. Sofia. 2003
"Magbed". Eugene Ionesco. National Theatre. Sofia. 2003
"Macbeth". Verdi. National Opera. Sofia. 2003
"Labour Lost in Midsummer Night". after Shakespeare. Little Town Theatre off the Channel. Sofia. 2004

Main Awards
1983 Best Young Director annual award of the Union of Bulgarian actors for “Tot Family”
1984 Best Director and Best Production awards at the National Competition of Bulgarian Drama and Theatre for “The Conspirators of Thessaloniki”
1987 “Sofia” Best Director annual award for “Night Cohabitation”
1988 “Sofia” Best Director annual award for “Landscape Details”
1989 Best Director and Best Production awards at the National Competition of Bulgarian Drama and Theatre for “Landscape Details”
1999 “ASKEER” Best Theatre Director award for “The Masons and the Priest”
2000 Best Director Award at the Theatre Festival, Blagoevgrad for “Art”,
2001 Best Director annual award of the Union of the Bulgarian Artists for “The Double Bass”
2001 Best Director award at Vratza Theatre Festival for “The Double Bass”
2001 “Dobri Chintulov” National Achievement Award – awarded for a first time to a theatre representative

Festivals
Over 50 participations in national and international theatre festivals.

International festivals and tours
1985 Tour in Moscow, Russia, with ‘Tot Family”
1987 International theatre festival, Moscow, Russia, with “Night Cohabitation”
1987 International theatre festival, St.Petersburgh, Russia, with “Night Cohabitation”
1988 International theatre festival, La Quenzan, Quebec, Canada, with “Nights Cohabitation”
1993 Tour to Vienna, Austria, with “On the Other Side”
1995 International theatre festival“Skomrahi” festival in Skopie, with “Macbeth” and tour in Macedonia
1999 Tour to Tel Aviv, Izrael, with “The Beauty Queen of Leenane”
2001 Tour to Boston, Washington, New York, London with “Closer” “The Double Bass”, “Art”
2003 "The Double Bass" at Riverside Studios\'. London
2003 "The Double Bass" at Maliy Thesatre. Moscow

Post graduate studies
1996 British Council scholarship in Art Management, City University, London

Educational experience

1986 Lecturer in Acting and Directing for Drama in the National Academy for Theatre and Film Arts, Sofia
1991 Awarded Associate Professor of Acting and Directing for Drama in the National Academy for Theatre and Film Arts, Sofia
1999 Awarded Professor of Acting and Directing for Drama in the National Academy for Theatre and Film Arts, Sofia

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