Nedilyana Pavlik


NEDILYANA PAVLIK was born on May 15, 1997, in Pleven. In 2020, she graduated with a degree in 'Acting for Drama Theatre' from the 'Krastyo Sarafov' National Academy for Theatre and Film Arts in the class of Professor Stefan Danailov. She earned her diploma with the roles of Madi in 'The Beast of Blue Yonder' by Philip Ridley, directed by Sava Dragunchev, and Mary in 'The Ferryman' by Jez Butterworth, directed by Sava Dragunchev." 

In the same year, she became a part of the ensemble at the 'Nikola Vaptsarov' Drama Theatre in Blagoevgrad and made her professional stage debut in the role of the Singer in 'Vanity Fair' by Kate Hamill based on the novel by William Thackeray, directed by Margarita Macheva. 


Her roles in the theatre include: 

  • The Singer in "Vanity Fair" by Kate Hamill, director Margarita Macheva (2021);
  • Cecily Cardew in "The Importance of Being Earned" by Oscar Wilde, director Anton Ugrinov (2021); 
  • Lora and Frida in "Postscript" - performance based on letters, director Margarita Macheva (2021); 
  • Jasmine in "Cinderella" by Charles Perrault, director Margarita Macheva (2021); 
  • Nedilyana in "Noticed in Blagoevgrad" - documentary performance, director Nada Sokolovska (2022 г.); 
  • Ester in "The Boy in the Last Row" by Juan Mayorga, director Teya Sugareva (2022); 
  • The Woman on the Train and others in "The Transfiguration" by Franz Kafka, director Veselka Kuncheva (2023); 
  • Aphrodite in "Metamorphoses" by Ovid, stage adaptation by Mary Zimmerman, director Stayko Murdjev (2023);
  • Mimi in "A Comedy of Tenors" by Ken Ludwig, director Asen Blatechki (2024);
  • Lady, Peppet and others in "The Birthday of the Infanta" by Oscar Wilde, director Todor Vulov (2024);

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