Boyadjiev Gregory Nersesovich( Russian theatrical critic, theater critic)
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Biography Boyadjiev Gregory Nersesovich
Boyadjiev, GREGORY NERSESOVICH (1909-1974), Russian in drama, theater critic, teacher. Born on 1 (14) March 1909 in Rostov-na-Donu. With 17 years of age published in local newspapers, in 19 years began to teach at the working office Pedagogical Institute. In 1930 he graduated from the literature department of Rostov University Faculty of Education. In 1926, shaken by the play of M. Chekhov in "Erik XIV" A. Strindberg, while touring MAT-2 in Rostov-on-Don, became a lifelong "man of the theater '. In these years Boyadjiev participates in the Theater of Working Youth (TRAM), plays, makes plays
. When the theater studio p / u A. Zavadsky was transferred from Moscow to Rostov-on-Don (1937), . first meeting with Boyadjiev made on the capital's director impression: '... to discuss the play of local playwright F. Gotyana Tigran came brittle, . an enthusiastic young man with shining eyes - Boyadjiev,
. He gave a pep talk in defense of Tigran, impressed us temperament, excellent intuition and the theater the next day ... became zavlitom our theater '
. In 1938, he attended graduate school Boyadjiev GITIS in Moscow, . where he began to teach a course on the history of Western theater at the Department of AK Dzhivelegova, . which attracted a gifted student in the co-sponsors the History of Western theater from the rise to 1789 "(1941),
. During the war he worked Boyadjiev zavlitom (head of the literary part) in the Central Red Army Theater, where the main director was Alexander D. Popov. Immediately after the war led by the Department of Foreign Theater in GITIS, but on charges of 'anti-patriotism', was expelled from the institute, became the 'desk' scientists. Later he returned to GITIS, where he worked until his last days.
The flowering of creative activity Boyadjiev, came in 1960. At this time he published his book "Poetry Theater" (1960), "Theatrical Paris today" (1960), "Six stories about the American theater" (co-authored with A. Anikst, 1963). In 1965, Boyadjiev produced the complete works of Moliere, with his introductory article and comments. Publication comes out of his work "Question of the XVII century classicism", "From Sophocles to Brecht's theater for forty nights" (1967), "Italian Notebook" (1968). "Eternally beautiful Renaissance Theater. Italy, Spain, England (1973), "Soul Theater" (1974). As a critic Boyadjiev brilliantly written about the Russian theater, his favorite characters - ASGriboedov, Nikolai Gogol, Alexander Ostrovsky, etc..
Boyadjiev was able to open 'always fine' in the theatrical art of different times and peoples. In the classical heritage of the past, scientists have seen those live values that are always needed in modern art.
Boyadjiev, died in Moscow on May 13, 1974.