Kisilevskii Rakhmanov( Famous Thespian)
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Biography Kisilevskii Rakhmanov
(1839 - 1898), was educated in the Naval College, served as a midshipman in the Navy, then was the world's mediator in the Peterhof district and a senior notary in Kursk. The love of theater and successful performances in amateur theatricals Kisielewski dragged onto the stage, . where he was a typical portrayer of such figures, . as Skalozub, . Opole ( "old master"), . Dikovsky (comedy "Wandering lights"), . Neschastlivtsev ( "Forest"), . Calves ( "Mad Money"), . KreCinskij and many others,
. Nedolgo Kiselevsky served on Alexandrina stage, the greater part of his artistic life he gave Kazan, Odessa, Kiev, Moscow. Master in his life, he remained so in the theater, deceived viewers voice, noble manners and refined taste. Shaky knowledge of the roles caused a pause during execution, but a resourceful actor, even they were peculiarly picturesque. Pav. Ros-in.