“Bavul” staged at the Eastern Mediterranean University

By Ahmet Abdulaziz ….

The Eastern Mediterranean University recently organised a wonderful stage play entitled “BAVUL”, at its  Rauf Raif Denktaş Culture and Congress Center.

The play was performed at EMU with a sold out audience comprising of university students as well as people from all corners of country.

Bavul  (meaning suitcases or bags) tells a story that could happen to anyone. The story begins when the suitcases of a man and woman get mixed up at the airport. The fun play touches upon human relationships, romantic relationships and misunderstandings. The play was humorous, and thus enjoyed by the theatre loving crowd.

The producer of Bavul was Osman Genç and was adapted and directed by Levent Tülek. The thespians of the play included Bekir Aksoy, Çiçek Dilligil, Mert Asutay and Yasemin Hadivent.

Speaking on behalf of the artists Çiçek  Dilligil said: “I love the character I portrayed. Sam Bobrick always creates great female characters. My character became a truly great one after the adaptation of Levent Tülek. All women can find elements of themselves in my character. We are going to perform Bavul abroad as well. After Cyprus we are going to go on to Europe. Don’t just like plays, go and watch them because plays will be kept alive with your support”.