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15.04.201215 Апрель 2012 — Gorbachev to nominate candidates for Nobel Prize Former President of the Soviet Union Mikhail Gorbachev has promised to nominate Russian actresses Chulpan Khamatova and Dina Korzun and a charity foundation set up by them for the Nobel Prize. Being a Nobel Prize winner himself, Mr. Gorbachev is entitled to nominating other candidates for this prize. The foundation has existed since 2006 and helps children with cancer and blood diseases. (Lenta.ru).
03.04.201203 Апрель 2012 — Chulpan Khamatova The actress Chulpan Khamatova was born in Kazan, where she trained as a figure skater as well as attending the prestigious School of Mathematics... After a semester at the Kazan Business school, she decided on a change of profession and started to study acting. Khamatova attended the Russian University of Theatre Arts (GITIS) in Moscow, from which she graduated in 1998 . The same year she was invited to become a permanent member of Moscow’s Sovremennik Theatre, where she made a sensational debut in the role of Patricia Holman in a dramatisation of Erich Maria Remarque’s novel The Three Comrades. Other roles at the Sovremennik Theatre have included Irina ( in Chekhov’s Three Sisters), Andria (in the Serbian writer B. Srblianovic’s play Mumdadsondog) , Katerina (in Ostrovsky’s The Storm), Masha Mukhina (in M.Kononov’s play The Naked Pioneer), Cleopatra (in O.Bogaeva and K.Serebrennikova ‘s play Anthony and Cleopatra), Masha (in a new version , after Chekhov, of the Three Sisters) and Masha (in Isaac Bashevis Singer’s Enemies, a history of love.
16.01.201116 Январь 2011 — The Sovremennik Theatre Visits London The Sovremennik Theatre Visits London Chekhov from the horse's mouth as Russia's flagship theatre company shows how Twenty-odd years ago, on the eve of the break-up of the Soviet Union, the country’s cultural world was anticipating cardinal changes – anything from a series of closures to a radical alteration in which the way art would be produced under new economic circumstances. Nowhere more perhaps than in theatre, where the established universal nationwide system of repertory companies faced potential implosion. Despite a subsequent decade of considerable uncertainty, such fears would prove largely unfounded. This month’s visit by Moscow’s Sovremennik Theatre to London offers a chance to see the very best of a Russian repertory company with two remarkable productions of Chekhov, while the gulag drama Into the Whirlwind hits audiences as viscerally today as at its premiere back in 1989. Quite how strongly the Russian theatre world differs from its UK counterpart is something that British theatregoers may initially struggle to appreciate.
01.10.201001 Октябрь 2010 — Sovremennik Makes UK Debut In January 2011 In a landmark event for London and UK theatre, one of the giants of Russian theatre, Sovremennik is to make its UK debut in January 2011. Sovremennik's strictly limited season at the Noel Coward Theatre, made possible with generous support from Roman Abramovich will be the first time in over 20 years a major Russian theatre company has performed in the capital. Led by their legendary artistic director Galina Volchek, the Moscow-based company is a dominant force in the Russian theatrical and artistic landscape. With casts featuring some of Russia's most popular stage and film actors, Sovremennik has toured extensively in Europe and America and were the first foreign company to win an American Drama Desk Award. Now the West End can experience Sovremennik's stylish productions of Chekhov's Three Sisters and The Cherry Orchard. With lavish, visually stunning scenery and costumes and performances honed on stages across the world, this all-Russian company has made these classics of Russian drama their own.
18.01.201018 Январь 2010 — Shukshin’s Short Stories Members of the Russian State Theatre of Nations, including Artistic Director Evgeniy Mironov, and actress Chulpan Hamatova, are in Israel for the performance of Shukshin’s Short Stories, which premiered last night at the Cameri Theatre in Tel Aviv. The play, directed by Alvis Hermanis, is based on stories written by Vasily Makarovich Shukshin (1929 – 1974). Shukshin’s Short Stories will be hosted at the Cameri for six performances, through January 24th. Noam Semel, Director of the Cameri, noted that this is the first time the theatre has dedicated Cameri 1 (the largest hall) exclusively to a guest performance for an entire week – a sign of the Cameri’s respect for the artistic merit of this performance. The play has enjoyed both popular success and critical acclaim in Russia, receiving the Theatre Critic’s award for Best Play 2009, and the Crystal Turandot in three categories: Best Actress in a Leading Role (Hamatova), Best Actor in a Leading Role (Mironov) and Best Production.
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