At first glance, this looks like lines from an absurd play. But in fact it shows flourishingly and naively how the first theatrical troupes in the Bulgarian lands were formed. In this case, it is a telegraphic correspondence between Georgi Miyatev, who was in Plovdiv at the time, 1928, and artists who were in Ruse and had to come to the city under the hills to form a theatrical troupe.
Silence is not accepted, it starts the next day, because theater is a job that does not wait.

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