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Tatyana Kulesh

KULISH TATYANA PETROVNA Honored Artist of the RSFSR (02/04/1987). She graduated from the Yaroslavl Theater School (1973, course of the People's Artist of the USSR Valery Sergeyevich Nelsky). From 1973 to 1979 - actress of the Fyodor Volkov Yaroslavl Drama Theater. In 1979 she was accepted into the troupe of the Leningrad Academic Drama Theater named after A.S. Pushkin, where she played about forty roles. Since 2003 - the rector of the “School of Russian Drama” (taught since 1992). THEATER WORKS Yaroslavl Theater named after Fedor Volkov: Valentina (“Valentine and Valentina” M. Roshchina), Lyubov Yarovaya (“Lyubov Yarovaya” by K. Trenyov), Viola and Sebastian ("The Twelfth Night" by William Shakespeare), Marianna ("Tartuffe" Moliere). Leningrad Drama Theater named after A.S. Pushkin: Sasha (“Ivanovs” by A.P. Chekhov, 1979), Nastya (“Live and remember” V. Rasputin, 1980), Negin (“Talents and Fans” by AN Ostrovsky, 1980), Masha Mironova (“The Captain's Daughter” by A.S. Pushkin, 1984), Solveig (“Peer Gunt” by G. Ibsen, 1986), Viktosh (“Tales of the Old Arbat” by AN Arbuzov, 1986), Zina (“Uncle's Dream” by FM Dostoevsky, 1987), Roxana (“Cyrano de Bergerac "E. Rostand, 1987), Mother (" Mother of Jesus "by AM Volodin, 1989), Nina Zarechnaya (" The Seagull "by A.P. Chekhov, 1990), Agnia (" Not All Pancake Week "by A.N. Ostrovsky, 1991), Olga (“Three Sisters” by AP Chekhov, 1995), Natalia Dmitrievna (“Old Russians” B. Racer, 1997), Mrs. Pierce (“Pygmalion” B. Show, 1998), Turusina ( “For every wise man, rather simplicity” (A.N. Ostrovsky, 2002), Shishnarfne ("Petersburg" by Andrei the Mighty).

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