One of the first actresses of the Plovdiv and Bulgarian theaters (1902-1944 is the supposed period in which she was devoted to the theater). Given the attitudes of women in the theater at that time, it was pure courage to take part in a performance. Common expressions are “karagiozlak, jambazlak, fairgoers, haimani” and other sweet epithets for our favorite art. Also, there was a rumor that only light women were hired to participate in theatrical performances. A tribute to those who have not stopped before the public and moral order and have stated their longing to be part of the creation of the Bulgarian professional scene.

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