Kolyo Staykov

Kolyo Staykov was born on March 27, 1962, in the city of Sliven. From 2008 to 2012, he worked at Montfiz, where he staged "The Kingdom of Women", "Graffiti" "Golemanov", "The Light Princess", and "Mrasnitza". He has also worked at DKT "Vasil Drumev" in Shumen and DT "Geo Milev" in Stara Zagora. He has portrayed numerous roles in puppet and dramatic performances, some of which include:

Roles in Dramatic Theater "Geo Milev" - Stara Zagora:

2022: Egey in "A Midsummer Night's Dream" by William Shakespeare, translated by Valeri Petrov, directed by Elena Panayotova, set and costume design by Nikolina Kostova-Bogdanova, music by Hristo Namlev, choreography by Romina Slavova.

2021: Yasha in "The Cherry Orchard" by A. P. Chekhov, translated by Ventsel Raychev, directed by Bina Haralampieva, set and costume design by Teodora Lazarova, music by Asen Avramov, focus by Ronso.

Balthazar in "The Lying Kind" by Antony Nielsen, translated by Zlatna Kostova, directed by Nikolay Urumov, set design by Zlatan Dryanov, musical scenes by Ivan Stoyanov.

2020: Sanatorium Director in "Crawling under the Rainbow" by Georgi Markov, directed by Ivalin Dimitrov.

Hadji Kosta in "The Phoney Civilization" based on Dobri Voynikov, stage adaptation and text of songs by Rayna Tomova, directed by Yosif Surchadzhiev, set and costume design by Maria Dimanova, music by Andrey Drenikov, choreography by Kremena Kostova.

2019: Sheban in "Pleasures of Deception" by Valentin Krasnogorov, directed by Hristofer Nedkov, set and costume design by Maria Dimanova, musical environment and plasticity by Anna Maria Nedkova.

Pop Stavri in "Chichovci" by Ivan Vazov, dramatization by Yuri Dachev, directed by Bina Haralampieva, art by Teodora Lazarova, music by Asen Avramov. Vasily-Prostovatiya in "Energetic People" by Vasily Shukshin, stage adaptation and direction by Nikolay Urumov, set and costumes by Kiril Naumov, musical scene by Ivan Stoyanov.

Sima in "Pleasures of Deception" by Valentin Krasnogorov, directed by Hristofer Nedkov, set and costume design by Maria Dimanova, musical environment and plasticity by Anna Maria Nedkova.

Roles in Dramatic-Puppet Theater "Vasil Drumev" - Shumen:

2017: Director Nozharov in "Choristers" by Nikolay Gunderov and Dimitar Sabov, directed by Nikolay Gunderov, music by Andrey Drenikov, set design by Emil Nedelchev, costume design by Dilyana Asenova.

2016: Ilya in "Angel Comes out of the Fog" by Pyotr Gladilin, directed by Milen Dimitrov, set design by Valeriya Veleva.

Psychiatrist in "One Face - Two Opposites" by Dario Fo, directed by Mikhail Petrov, set and costumes by Dilyana Asenova, music by Plamen Mirchev-Mirona.

2015: Shibil in "Staroplaninski Legendi" based on Yordan Yovkov, dramatization and direction by Nadya Asenova, costumes by Dilyana Asenova, music by Dobrin Vekilov-Doni, vocals by Antoaneta Dobreva-Neti.

2014: Dragan in "To the Abyss" by Ivan Vazov, directed by Bina Haralampieva, stage revision by Yuri Dachev, set and costume design by Dilyana Asenova.

2013: Ernie Cusack in "Rumors" by Neil Simon, directed by Mikhail Petrov, set design and costumes by Dilyana Asenova.

Baron in "Caviar and Lentils" by Luigi Pirandello and Renzo Tarabusi, directed by Andrei Kaludov, set and costume design by Dilyana Asenova, music by Hristo Yotsov.

2012: Pop Stayko in "The Counterfeiters" based on "Vrajalets" by St. L. Kostov, stage version and direction by Dimitar Sharkov, set and costume design by Dilyana Asenova.

Vuycho Blagoy in "Doctor" by Branislav Nušić, stage adaptation and direction by Boyko Bogdanov, set design by Dilyana Asenova.

The colleague in "Heartless" by Zdrava Kamenova, directed by Vasilena Radeva, set design by Ralitsa Toneva, music by Yuri Bondzhukov, choreography by Galina Borisova.

2011: Aldomirovtsi in "Flight" by Stanislav Stratiev, directed by Bina Haralampieva, set design by Teodora Lazarova.

2010: Isak in "Unhappy Family Plays 'Ivanko'" based on texts by Vasil Drumev, dramaturgical version by Yuri Dachev, directed by Yuri Dachev, set design by Dilyana Asenova.

The best man in "Balkan Syndrome" by Stanislav Stratiev, directed and set design by Kiril Angelov.

Luigi Yanielo in "Tears and Laughter" by Eduardo De Filippo, directed by Yuri Dachev, set design by Dilyana Asenova.

2009 - Fragments of Life /Excerpt/ in "Rollback" based on Zahari Karabashliev, directed by Desislava Boyeva, set design by Elena Deleva.

The Mayor in "The Geratsite" by Elin Pelin, directed by Bina Haralampieva, set design by Teodora Lazarova.

Yegor Kartashov in "Bitter Bread" based on "A House of Gentlefolk" by Ivan Turgenev, directed by Boris Golubitsky.

2008: Ivan Palovich in "Meeting Point" by Dušan Kovačević, directed by Yuri Dachev, set design by Elena Deleva.

Evelio in "The Big Profit" by Hector Quintero, directed by Dimitar Sharkov, set design by Zarko Uzunov, costumes by Elena Ivanova, choreography by Alfredo Torres.

2007: Charles and Corin in "As You Like It" by William Shakespeare, directed by Vladlen Aleksandrov, set and costumes by Elena Ivanova, music by Stenli, choreography by Daniel Rashev.

Grigoriy in "In a Strange Land" by Alexander Ostrovsky, directed by Boris Golubitsky, art by Boris Golodnitsky.

2006: Lyuben in "Zmei" based on Petko Todorov and poems by Margarit Minkov, directed by Dimitar Sharkov, set design by Zarko Uzunov, costume art by Maria Blazheva, music by Stefan Valdobrev, plasticity by Mila Iskrenova.

2005: Tanasie Dimitrievich in "Unhappy Family" by Branislav Nušić, directed by Yuri Dachev, set and costume design by Radina Bliznakova.

2000: Nikoliev in "The New Pier" by St. L. Kostov, directed by Yurii Statkov, set and costumes by Nadezhda Miteva, musical arrangement by Mariana Valkanova.

You can watch Kolyo Staykov in:

The Elevator
The Flies
Hospital at the End of the World