Retsepter Vladimir Emmanuilovich( Poet, writer, actor, director, artistic director of the Pushkin Theater Center.)
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Biography Retsepter Vladimir Emmanuilovich
Born February 14, 1935 in Odessa. He graduated from the Tashkent Theater Art Institute AN. Ostrovsky.
He played Raskolnikov and Hamlet on the stage Tashkent Russian Drama Theater named after Gorky M. Then he was invited GA. Tovstonogov in the Bolshoi Drama Theater named after M. Gorky, where he played leading roles in the play "Woe from Wit", "Three Sisters", "Barbara", "Philistines," "Summer residents, and others. (1962-87).
. In the late 60-ies he made his debut as an author and performer of one-actor performance "Hamlet."
. Director's career started on the small stage ABDT ( "Persons", "The Rose and the Cross").
. In 1978 he founded and headed the Pushkin Literary-drama studio
. In 1992 founded and became artistic director of the Pushkin Theater Center, which account for festivals, conferences, performances, publications and other activities devoted to preparations for the 200-th anniversary of AS Pushkin.
. Author of several collections of poetry, plays and novels.
. Member of the Writers' Union.
. Conducts active concert
. Act in films, played a role in the television drama "Farewell to Arms", "Kyuhlya", "Death Wazir-Mukhtar," "Mermaid".
Honored Artist of Russia (1979).
He is married and has one son.