Basil DALMATI Panteleimonovich (Lucic)( gifted dramatic actor)
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Biography Basil DALMATI Panteleimonovich (Lucic)
(1852 - 1912). Gained fame in the early 1880's in Moscow at private venues. In 1884, Mr.. debuted in St. Petersburg in the roles of inspector and Krechinsky and was adopted at the imperial stage, which left in 1895. With the formation of St. Petersburg theater literary and artistic circle took it Role of heroes and drama arguer. In recent years, again played at the Imperial stage, and was director of the theater school after A.S. Suvorin. The main role of his: Agishin ( "The Marriage Belugina"), KreCinskij, calves ( "Mad Money"), Antushev ( "Route"), the Duke of Alba ( "The Count de Rizoor"), Ivan the Terrible in "The Death of Ivan the Terrible" by Alexei Tolstoy. Posted some original pieces, playing in the province and in Moscow (drama, "Labor and capital," the comedy "The devil misled by greed" and "Hunt").