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About the organization
Gorky Academic Drama Theater, State Institution of Culture
Rostov-on-Don.
Address: 1 Teatralnaya Sq., Rostov-on-Don, 344019.
Telephone: (8632) 65-52-82, 53-97-88. Fax: 65-52-82, 53-97-88.
E-mail: gorky@aaanet.ru
Chief: Sklyarov Leonid Ivanovich
Historical outlines: The Rostov Drama Theater was opened on June 23, 1863 with a premiere of The Inspector General by Gogol staged by Nickolay Sinelnikov; famous Russian actor Shchepkin played the key role.
An abode of the Rostov Drama Theater, famous example of the Russian constructivism (it is sufficient to say that in exposition of the Design Museum, London, all Russian architecture is represented by two and only two items, the St Basils Cathedral and the Gorky theater), was built in 1935, destroyed during the WWII and rebuilt in 1963. In 1980 the theater was conferred with the status of academic theater.

Gorky Academic Drama Theater. Photo by Vitaly Mltyhian.

Staff: 42 artists, including one Peoples Artist of USSR, six Peoples Artists of Russia and eight Honored Artists of Russia.
See also: Abashina Klara Nickolayevna
Bogodukh Igor Alexandrovich
Bushnov Mikhail Illyich
Krzeckovskaya Angelina Ageevna
Semikopenko Alexander Semyonovich
Sorokin Nickolay Evgenievich
Yablokova Tamara Alexeevna
Achievements: In 1976 the theater got the Stanislavsky Award for And Quiet Flows The Don by Mikhail Sholokhov novel; in 1995 the First Prize of the National Drama Festival for Alexander Pushkin Little Tragedies.
The theater is an initiator and host of the National Russian Comedy Festival.
Community affairs: The theater participates actively in all significant social and culture programs carried in the region.
Managment: Managing director Leonid Sklyarov, Honored Worker of Culture of Russia. Art director Nickolay Sorokin, Peoples Artist of Russia.
Plans, prospects: The theaters plans include staging of The White Guard by Mihkail Bulgakov, Smart Enamored by Lope de Vega and renewed staging of And Quiet Flows The Don by Mikhail Sholokhov.
Date public: September 2003


 
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