GLIZER Judith Samoilovna( Russian actress)
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GLIZER, Judith Samoylovna (1904-1968), Russian actress. People's Artist of the RSFSR (1954). Born February 10, 1904 in Kiev Rogachevo lips. a poor Jewish family. In 1917 moved to Moscow, went to work in a sewing workshop. The club Sushevsky-Mariynskoe Area 'Commune' was engaged in the choir and drama. After converting drama circle in the district studio 'Proletkult' was credited volnoslushatelnitsey. Simultaneously, she studied at the educational courses and attended lectures at the People's University. Shanyavsky.
In 1921 was admitted to the central studio 'Proletkult', reorganized soon in the 1 st working theater 'Proletkult'. First teachers to stage art was an actress of the Moscow Art Theater EV Muratova, L. Deikun, M. Bebutov. The first role in theater Glizer 'Proletkult' - the dancer from the corps de ballet in Mexicans (staged by V. Smyshlyaeva and Eisenstein, . 1921), . played Dekadentku (Zori Proletkult V. Ignatova, . 1921), . Workers (Lena V. Pletnev, . 1921) and finally a significant role of Martha in the play "Do you hear, . Moscow S. Tretyakov (statement of Eisenstein, . 1923),
. In his next production of the play "masks" Tretyakov Eisenstein instructed her role Female (1924). Glizer played in all the plays Afinogenov set out in the theater 'Proletkult'. The most significant role Glizer in this theater was Skoblo in the play "Power" Glebov (statement of N. Loiter, 1927). Glizer created one of the most original and mature satirical images of the scene of the Soviet theater.
From 1928 Glizer - actress of the Revolution (later the drama, currently Theater. Vl.Mayakovskogo). She made her debut on its stage Glafira role in the play "Inga" Glebova (statement of M. Tereshkovich, 1929). Created a series of images, . marked acute and daring staging, . depth of psychological analysis, . stage expressiveness: Mary Panfilovna ( "A man with a briefcase" A. Faiko, . Production of A. Wild, . 1929), . Kiksi ( "Street of Joy" N. Zarkhi, . 1932), . Rachel ( "The West battle" Vishnevsky, . 1933), . Ludmila ( "After the Ball" N. Pogodin, . staging Popov, . 1934), . Tsezarina ( "Ladder of Fame (Art career)" by E. Scribe, . staging M. Strauch, . 1936), . Queen Elizabeth ( "Mary Stuart" Fr,
. Schiller, . 1941), . Constance Lvovna ( "Ordinary people" Leonov, . 1945), . Kitty ( "Circle" by S. Maugham, . 1946), . Lavinia ( "Ladies and gentlemen, L. Hellman, . 1949), . Liao Sha ( "Sampan Blue River" V. Pushkova, . 1950), . Kabaniha ( "Thunderstorm" by A. Ostrovsky, . staging Okhlopkova N., . 1953), . Kolokolnikova ( "personal matter" A. Stein, . 1953), . Lady Nyurka ( "Aristocrats" N. Pogodin, . staging Okhlopkova, . 1956), . Mother Courage (Mother Courage and Her Children "by Brecht, . staging Strauch, . 1960), . Mother (Faust and death "A. Levada, . 1961), , . staging Okhlopkova, . 1964) and others,
Shot in the movie: "strike" (dir. Eisenstein, 1924), "Rise of fishermen" (Anna Kedenek, dir. E. Piscator, 1934), "Deserter" (Marcello, dir. V. Pudovkin, 1935), "They have a homeland" (journalist Dodge, dir. A. Fayntsimmer, 1950). Acted as a director, participated in productions of plays "Stairway of Fame" by E. Scribe (1936), "Last" Gorky (1937).
Glizer died in Moscow on March 27, 1968.