Underground comedy

Boytchev, Hristo.

441 boytchev podzemna komedijaBeneath the cities and regions of Rome, Naples, Alexandria, Sicily, and North Africa, there lies a vast, thousand-kilometre-long stretch of catacombs. Many believe that inside these labyrinths some people still live today, mutated descendants from the times of the Roman Empire … A play by the Bulgarian playwright Hristo Boytchev, who, among today's playwrights in Europe is considered an heir to the theatre of Beckett and Ionesco.

Underground comedy by Hristo Boytchev has been published in Bosnian translation (excerpt) by Žarko Milenić and published under the title Podzemna komedija by the publishing house Connectum in Sarajevo.