Konstantina Georgieva

Actress

KONSTANTINA GEORGIEVA was born on February 5, 1999, in Varna. In 2022, she graduated with a degree in "Acting for Drama Theater" from the "Krastyo Sarafov" National Academy for Theatre and Film Arts in the class of prof. Zdravko Mitkov. She graduated with the roles of Jocasta in "The Infernal Machine" by Jean Cocteau, directed by Zdravko Mitkov, and Maria in "Carnival Night" based on "Twelfth Night" by William Shakespeare, directed by Lyudmila Stoin. 

She made her professional stage debut in the role of Anna in "Vincent in Brixton" by Nicholas Wright, directed by Vladlen Alexandrov at Theater 199 in 2022. In the same year, after a casting, she became a part of the ensemble of the "Nikola Vaptsarov" Drama Theatre in Blagoevgrad. Her first role on the Blagoevgrad stage was Juana in "The Boy in the Last Row" by Juan Mayorga, directed by Teya Sugareva in 2022.

 

Her roles in the theatre include: 

  • Juana in "The Boy in the Last Row" by Juan Mayorga, director Teya Sugareva (2022);
  • The Woman in "The Transfiguration" by Franz Kafka, director Veselka Kuncheva (2023);
  • Pomona and Nymph in "Metamorphoses" by Ovid, stage adaptation by Mary Zimmerman, director Stayko Murdjev (2023);
  • Girl in "Noticed in Blagoevgrad" - documentary performance, director Nada Sokolovska (2024);

 

Her roles outside "Nikola Vaptsarov" Drama Theatre include:

  • Daclin Smith in "The Good in Our Country" by Timberlake Wertenbaker, directed by Todor Dimitrov (NATFA Theatre, 2021);
  • Anna in "Vincent in Brixton" by Nicholas Wright, directed by Vladlen Alexandrov at (Theater 199, 2022); 
  • Amelia / Kate in "Mary Jane" by Amy Herzog, director Maxima Boeva (Theatre 199, 2023);

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