Nadezhda N. Bromley( Russian actress, director, playwright)
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Biography Nadezhda N. Bromley
Bromley, Nadezhda N. (second marriage Sushkevich) (1884-1966), Russian actress, director, playwright. Honored Artist of the RSFSR. Born 5 (17) April 1884 in Moscow into a wealthy industrialist family from Russified English. She graduated from the Music and Drama School of the Philharmonic. Since 1908 the Moscow Art Theater actress. Inputs to the role: the Countess, the granddaughter of Woe from Wit Sir.doc, Water in the "Bluebird" by M. Maeterlinck, and others. Actively involved in the literary movement, has collaborated with a group of 'Centrifuge'. In 1911 released a book Paphos (in the spirit of ideas and those of early Futurism). In 1918 the actress 1-st Moscow Art Theater School. Among the roles in the Studio: mermaid Goplana in Balladine "Yu Slovak (played in turn with O. Pyzhova, 1920), Erica's mother in" Erik XIV "A. Strindberg (1921), Joker in" King Lear "by Shakespeare (1923) , Myakisheva a "spendthrift" Leskov (1924) and others. Together with LI Deikun put here "Daughter of Iorio" G.D 'Annunzio (1919)
. In 1922 it tragifras "Archangel Michael" began to rehearse EB Vakhtangov (with BM Sushkevich, . husband Bromley), . yearned to play the main role of the medieval artist, . deified for their beautiful art, . but lost contact with their people,
. Due to illness Vahtangova role was transferred to M. Chekhov. It has been five dress rehearsals, but the public performance was not shown. 1925 Sushkevich was placed on the stage of Theater, 2 nd play Bromley King Square republics "and (1925). The play, which dealt with the revolution of some kind of fantastic country, has not received any official or spectator recognition and was soon withdrawn from the repertoire. Bromley was a managing director's Theater, 2-nd. After leaving the Theater, 2 nd Sushkevich (season 1932-1933) went to Leningrad.
In 1934-1941 worked in the Academic Drama Theater. Pushkin, where he staged his play "Duel" (on same name. story of Anton Chekhov, 1934), the play "Peter I" by A. Tolstoy (1935), with comedic ease and subtle humor played in it, Catherine I (first time she performed this role in the 1-st Moscow Art Theater School). It was of a show "Zykov," the play by Maxim Gorky (1940) and others. In Bromley 1944-1956 - director of the New Theater of Leningrad (since 1956 - Theater. Lensoveta). Gravitated to the works of romantic writers, . creating a bright and colorful performances: "Measure for Measure" by Shakespeare (1937), . "Mary Stuart" (1938), . 2Zagovor Fiesco "(1939) and" Don Carlos "Fr.Shillera (1950; the last two in his translation), . "Treason" AI Sumbatov (1946), . "Nora" by H. Ibsen (1949), . Masquerade "by M. Lermontov (1952),
Bromley died in Leningrad May 25, 1966.