The credo of the theatre for over thirty years now has been: artistic freedom, imagination and dedication. Credo Theatre stands for a creative space rejecting templates for mass production or cliches in theatre, renouncing inferior artistic flirtations with the audience or conformity with public consumption stereotypes, standing against transactional attitudes which bring the art down to products for sale, the act of making it – into a factory line and the interaction with the audience – into commercial exchange.     Theatre Credo stands for creativity free of professional or institutional dogmas and prejudice, a space open to novelty, to the unknown and the unfamiliar, in which the greatest artist is the unconfined, emancipated, rejecting stereotypes creative nature. Theatre Credo stands for a different physical condition of the creative spirit. Theatre Credo stands for the entire process from the first rehearsal to the final performance. Theatre Credo stands for imagination vested in presenting values that matter. More »


Credo Theatre is an independent theatre founded in 1992 in Sofia by the actors Nina Dimitrova and Vassil Vassilev-Zuek. THE OVERCOAT AFTER N. V. GOGOL, the theatre’s first production, brought the company national and international acclaim, with over 600 performances presented in 9 different languages at over 200 international theatre festivals all over the world. „The Overcoat” was listed at the Edinburgh Festival, UK (1996,1997) “Top 20” Best Art Events of the festival by “The List” magazine. “The Overcoat” was listed “Top 5” Best Performances of „Guardian” newspaper (2000), when the production was presented at Barbican Centre, London. With its „Overcoat” Credo Theatre was the first international guest of the Golden Mask Festival in Moscow, Russia (1997) and the first Bulgarian theatrе in the program of many international festivals all over the world. “The Overcoat” is recipient of 14 international awards for Best Performance … More »


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