Arro, Vladimir Konstantinovich( Writer, playwright.)
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Biography Arro, Vladimir Konstantinovich
Born August 2, 1932 in Leningrad. He graduated from Leningrad State Pedagogical Institute named after AI Herzen.
Sluzhin in the Army, worked in the schools of the city and region, in the Research Institute of Adult Education. Since 1966 engaged in professional literary activities.
Two years worked as head of the department of journalism of "Aurora". Worked in urban radio.
Author of 15 books of prose. In 1976 he began writing plays for the theater. The first - "the highest form" - was placed in the Academic Drama Theater named after Pushkin. Great public outcry in 1982 caused the performance of the Moscow theater Mayakovsky on the play "Look who came!".
. Author of plays "Track", "tragedy and comedians," "Garden", "Five songs in the old house", "blue sky and clouds in it."
. From 1989 to 1993 headed the Leningrad Writers Association.
. Elected a deputy of the Leningrad - St. Petersburg Council (1990 - 1993), chairman of the committee on publicity.
. Member of the Writers' Union of St. Petersburg.
. Member of PEN.