Is it Feasible? is a one-man show based on Bulgarian short stories by Chudomir and performed by Zlatomir Moldovanski. Bulgaria is a nation with a history that spans over thirteen centuries. It has been a khanate, a principality, a kingdom, a communist state and finally — a free-market social democracy. The character and mannerisms of the Bulgarian people are unique, authentic, and unparalleled. Chudomir’s short stories and anecdotes truly contain those quintessential intricacies of Bulgarian culture that “expose, humiliate, outrage and ultimately make us laugh.”
Zlatomir Moldovanski (adapter and performer): Zlatomir is a Chicago-based actor and theatre teacher, originally from Plovdiv, Bulgaria. He has worked on the stages of the Asolo Repertory Theatre, Creede Repertory Theatre, Profiles Theatre, Lookingglass Theatre, Plovdiv Drama Theatre, Plovdiv Puppet Theatre, New Stage Collective, and others. His television credits include Madam Secretary (CBS) and Mentors (web series with Lewis Black). As a teacher, he specializes in the Demidov Organic Technique, brought and developed in the US by theatre scholar Andrei Malaev-Babel. Zlatomir has taught at the FSU/Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training, New College of Florida, Ringling College of Art and Design, State College of Florida, and University of Cincinnati. MFA: Asolo Conservatory; BFA: College-Conservatory of Music. Zlatomir is a proud member of Actors' Equity and is represented by Gray Talent Group.
Ben Williamson (director): Ben Williamson 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 the Cider Mill Playhouse in Red, Arts Center of Coastal Carolina in The Mousetrap, The Urbanite Theatre’s regional premiere ofIssac’s Eye, and Actors Theatre of Louisville'sThe 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.