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FSU/Asolo Conservatory Alum Receives Prestigious Fellowship

Published September 30, 2016
Photo by Beverly Brosius

Photo by Beverly Brosius

Zlatomir Moldovanski, a 2014 graduate of the FSU/Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training who has been based in Chicago, has received a prestigious fellowship with the Birmingham Conservatory for Classical Theatre at the renowned Stratford Festival in Stratford, Ontario, Canada. The Birmingham Conservatory nurtures young actors for a future in classical theatre and are given the unique opportunity to interact with many of the finest English-speaking actors in North America. Only one or two American actors each year are offered this opportunity.

Upon completion of the program in mid-February 2017, Moldovanski will join the 2017 Stratford Festival resident company on a Canadian Actors’ Equity contract.

Zlatomir is originally from Plovdiv, Bulgaria and has an MFA from the FSU/Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training and a BFA from the College-Conservatory of Music in Cincinnati. His Film/TV credits include Madam Secretary for CBS & Mentors (w/Lewis Black) for Warwick St. Productions. His theatre credits include Profiles Theatre (CHI), The Drilling Company (NYC), United Solo Festival (NYC), Creede Repertory Theatre, Asolo Repertory Theatre, New Stage Collective, Carnegie Theatre, Plovdiv Drama Theatre. & Plovdiv Puppet Theatre. He is a proud member of AEA.

The FSU/Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training is a three-year graduate program culminating in a Master of Fine Arts degree. Only twelve students are chosen each year from the thousands who audition nationwide to work in a program that combines rigorous classroom training with guest artist workshops and professional production experience. Upon graduation, all students are eligible to join Actors’ Equity Association and enter the ranks of this country’s most highly regarded professional artists. Graduates of our program have appeared on and off Broadway, in regional theatres, in feature films and on television. The program was initiated by the Florida State University School of Theatre in Tallahassee in 1968 and moved to Sarasota five years later to establish a permanent relationship with the Asolo Repertory Theatre.