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Sergei Artsibashev (Stage Director)

Sergey Nikolaevich Artsibashev was born on September 14, 1951 in Kalya, Sverdlovsk Oblast, USSR. He was a well-known Moscow theater director and actor. Some of his most remarkable plays are "Hamlet", "Dead Souls", "Three sisters", "Marriage", "Arbenin", "The Karamazov brothers". During his career he became an award winner in numerous prestigious Russian and international festivals. Overall number of productions by S. N. Artsibashev is over 50, staged both in Russian theaters and abroad. He played over 40 roles in theatre and film.

From 1980 to 1989 he worked for the Taganka Theatre company in Moscow. In 1991 Sergey Artsibashev established the Moscow Pokrovka Theatre company. In 1992 Artsibashev was granted a title of the Honoured Artist of the Russian Federation for his substantial contribution into development of performing arts. He became a State Award winner in the field of Literature and Arts twice, in 1996 and 2000. In 1998 he staged P. Tchaikovsky's Eugene Onegin in the New Opera Theatre (Golden Mask award for the best musical performance). From 2002 to 2011 he became a head director of the Mayakovsky theatre where he staged 13 plays. In 2005 Sergey Nikolaievich Artsibashev was granted a title of the National Artist of Russia for outstanding achievements in development of the Russian theatre. In 2008 he became an Allied State Award winner, and in 2009 was awarded with the Medal of Honour. He was a member of the Russian State Award Committee and a member of the Russian Presidential Council for Culture.

According to the late Sergey Artsibashev, Russian psychological theatre has been and is one of the most valuable assets of the national culture.

He passed away on July 12, 2015 in Moscow, Russia.





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