Dityatkovsky Gregory Isaakovich( Actors.)
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Biography Dityatkovsky Gregory Isaakovich
Born in 1959 in Kiev. In 1981 he entered the Leningrad State Institute of Theater, Music and Cinematography (LGITMiK) on the director's office at the studio of Professor AA. Musil. In 1986-1995. worked at the Maly Drama Theater (Role: Lyamshin in The Devils, Piggy in "Lord of the Flies"; production: "Thorny miracle" in. Zhuk, "Star Boy" on About. Wilde). Taught acting at the rate R. Dodin.
Performances in other theaters: "Woyzeck" G. Buchner (TUZ, Yekaterinburg, 1992), "White Nights" by Dostoevsky's prose, and TE. Hoffman (TUZ, St. Petersburg, 1994), "Marble" and. Brodsky (White Theater, Borey Gallery, St. Petersburg, 1996), "Father" A. Strindberg (BDT, 1998), "The trouble from a tender heart" based on Russian vaudeville (Globe Theater, Novosibirsk, 1999), "Phaedra "M. Racine (BDT, 2000), "Lost in the Stars" (Theater Liteiny, 2000)
Foreign productions - "Tojbele and her daemon" And. Singer (1994), "Three Sisters" by Chekhov (1995) and "Carousel" A. Schnitzler (1996) in Manchester, "A Doll's House" G. Ibsen (1996) and "The Threepenny Opera" by Brecht (1999) in Australia.
1998. - Laureate of the Golden Soffit "for the play" Marble "(the best performance of the year);
2001. - Award "Golden Mask" for the play "Lost in the Stars" (Best Performance, Best Directing).
"By and large, there is nothing paradoxical about the director's career: a person takes something written and tells a story, which to him many times been told or read by someone. When you get to this place, want to see your story was really interesting, and not just different from the other, to resound that have heard ... The concept of culture exists as long as one generation can share the same values as the previous. If that does not exist, if someone starts to tell the "new", dumping the scales that were before him - is barbarism, from my point of view. In the theater - especially. Theatrical undertaking should be required in the context of the cultural space ".