Benefit Performance Announced for IS IT FEASIBLE?

Benefit Performance Announced for IS IT FEASIBLE?Chudomir (Playwright) Chudomir (author of Uncle Tako, the Bell-hop, Feasible, Letter from the Province, and My Poor Uncle), born Dimitar Hristov Chorbadjiiski, was a Bulgarian writer-humorist, historian, and painter, born in 1890 in the village of Turia. His main focus were the mannerisms and traditions that sprung from the Bulgarian village. The authenticity with which Chudomir painted his characters paved the way for a comedic sensibility that is truly Bulgarian. Chudomir's short stories date as early as 1907, and he continued to be active until his death in 1967. To this day, he is celebrated for his ability to expose the masked reality of life during communist time and satirize it subtly and masterfully.

Ben Williamson (Director) is an actor/director/writer living in New York City. Ben has been seen working regionally and on television as an actor. He was recently seen in Martin Scorsese's Vinyl on HBO. Past regional credits include American Stage and Capital City Rep in Sex with Strangers, the Cider Mill Playhouse in Red, Arts Center of Coastal Carolina in The Mousetrap, The Urbanite Theatre's regional premiere of Isaac's Eye, Actors Theatre of Louisville's The Brothers Size, Asolo Repertory's 4000 miles, Other Desert Cities, Romeo and Juliet, Candida, The Aliens and Twelfth Night. Ben also travelled to Beijing, China in a co-production of All My Sons (Chris Keller) involving the N.A.C.T.A. in Beijing and Binghamton University. Ben is a proud member of Actors' Equity. MFA: FSU/Asolo Conservatory.

Zlatomir Moldovanski (Performer/adapter) Zlatomir Moldovanski is a Bulgarian American Chicago-based actor who has worked at the Stratford Festival of Canada, Lookingglass Theatre, Profiles Theatre, Creede Repertory Theatre, Asolo Repertory Theatre, The Drilling Company, New Stage Collective, Carnegie Theatre, Plovdiv Drama Theatre, and Plovdiv Puppet Theatre. He is also a company member of the Chicago-based Level 11 Theatre. His Film/TV credits include Romeo & Juliet (Stratford Festival HD Series) and Madam Secretary (CBS). Zlatomir is a graduate of the Birmingham Conservatory for Classical Theatre, the FSU/Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training (MFA), and the College-Conservatory of Music in Cincinnati (BFA). He is a proud member of AEA and CAEA.

When: Sundays April 8 and April 15 at 7PM.
Admission: $20 to benefit Trap Door's fundraising campaign for international touring

Where: TRAP DOOR THEATRE 1655 West Cortland Ave. Chicago, IL 60622For Information/Reservations: 773-384-0494 To purchase online
What: Presented as a benefit fundraiser for Trap Door Theatre's tour in the Republic of Moldova, Is It Feasible? is a one-man play which has been translated and adapted from four short stories by Bulgarian humorist Chudomir. Chudomir's short stories and anecdotes truly contain those quintessential intricacies of Bulgarian culture that often expose, humiliate, outrage, and ultimately make us laugh at ourselves.

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