VIDEO | Trajche Gjorgiev's last guest appearance for "Utrinski Pechat": Support for the "Panfiz" festival grows every year
Macedonian National Theater today announced the sad news about the death of our actor, director and master of pantomime, Trajche Gjorgiev.
Gjorgiev was last month guest of "Utrinski Pechat", where he discussed the festival "Panfiz", which took place on the small stage of MNT from April 27 to 29.
He was the founder and prime mover of the festival.
"We have reached the 16th edition of the festival, which fortunately has been recognized by the Ministry of Culture of RSM. And this year they supported the festival with not so big funds, however, enough for us to maintain the temperature of movement in the physical theater. The opening of the festival is on April 27 (Thursday) and Damir Dante from Switzerland is our guest, for me currently one of the world's best mimes. By the way, he is one of the last students, assistants of Marcel Marceau. This time he will present us with an interesting pantomime version of the sufferings of Jesus, going back 2000 years ago to all the sufferings and troubles that Jesus Christ went through. All this translated through the language of pantomime and it will be really interesting for our audience to see. With the second play 'Creature', we try to maintain the butoh direction and the butoh theater, so this year we have a girl from Serbia, Nada Milosevic, with a play that is a 45-minute butoh performance, dance. "For the end, we left our guest from Romania, Paul Tsimpoeru, who is very active in the world of physical theater and pantomime, and he will present us with the play 'Human Love,'" Gjorgiev told "Utrinski Pechat".