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Yury Sokolov

Meritorious artist of Russia

Юрий Соколов родился 2 июля 1954 года. 

В 1981 году окончил ГИТИС.

С 1981 года Юрий Соколов - актер Театра им. Вл. Маяковского.

Заслуженный артист РФ (1998).


Играет в спектаклях текущего репертуара:

«Последние» М. Горький – Яков

«Отцы и сыновья» Б. Фрил – Василий Иванович Базаров    

«Банкет» Н. Саймон - Клод Пишон 


Upcoming performances

Yury Sokolov was born on July 2, 1954.

In 1981, he graduated from GITIS.

Since 1981 he has been an actor of Mayakovsky Theatre.

Meritorious Artist of Russia (1998).

THEATRE WORKS

Mayakovsky Theatre (past works):

‘A Very Simple Story' by M.Lado - Neighbour

‘As You Like It' by William Shakespeare - Jacques Melancholic

‘The Cabinet Minister’s Wife’ by B. Nusic - Chad

‘The Fruits of Enlightenment’ by Leo Tolstoy - Petrishchev

‘The secret of the old cabinet' by K. Lewis - Leo Eslan

'The Student's Love’ by L.Andreev - Bear

‘Vivat! Vivat Regina!’ by R.Bolt - Rizzo, Arrested

‘Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District’ by Nikolai Leskov - Chorus

‘Lizard’ by Volodin - Thief

‘Ivan Tsarevich’ by Y.Mikhaylov - Ivan foundling

‘A Blonde’ by Volodin - Misha

‘Tomorrow Was the War’ by B.Vasilev - Jora Landys

‘Magic Dream’ by Kim Yu - Prince

‘The story of Pieter Bruegel’ by T. Vasilenko - A young man

‘Madmen of Valencia' by L. de Vega - Florian

‘Banquet’ by N. Simon - Claude Pichon

‘The Brothers Karamazov’ by F. Dostoevsky - Pan Mussyalovich

‘Three Sisters’ by A. Chekhov - Vershinin Aleksandre Ignatievich

Cinema works: ’Tsar’ (2009), ‘Dead Souls’ (Photodrama) (2009), ‘Boomer’ (2003), ‘Miami | Maimil’ (Kyrgyzstan, France, Japan) (2001), ‘Truckers’ (2001), ‘Mister Boss’ (2001), ‘Turetsky`s March’ (2000), ‘Midshipmen III’ (1992), ‘Lost in Siberia’ (1990), ‘Tomorrow Was the War’ (Photodrama ) (1990), ‘Such a strange evening in the narrow family circle’ (Photodrama) (1985), ‘The Law of wintering’ (Photodrama) (1984), ‘Bouquet of violets’ (1983), etc.

Yury participated in the writing of the script for film ‘Let no tricks!’ (1992).

Plays

Fathers and Sons

Fathers and Sons

Stage on Sretenka
12+
Authors: Brian Friel
Staging: Leonid Heifetz
Genre: a play in 2 acts (based on the novel by Ivan Turgenev "Fathers and Sons")

The Dinner Party

The Dinner Party

Main Stage
16+
Authors: Neil Simon
Staging: Sergey Artsibashev
Genre: sentimental comedy