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Департаменту культуры
города Москвы
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Makar Zaporozhsky

Родился 5 сентября 1989 года в Москве. 

Окончил детскую музыкальную школу духовых и ударных инструментов им Вл. Блажевича по классу тромбона. 
В 2010 году окончил режиссёрский факультет РАТИ-ГИТИС - курс О.Л. Кудряшова. 
2010-2011 гг. служит в театре Российской Армии.


Играет в спектаклях текущего репертуара:

«Пигмалион» Б. Шоу – Фредди

«Все мои сыновья» А. Миллер – Джордж Дивер

«Дядюшкин сон» Ф. Достоевский – Павел Александрович Мозгляков

«Отцы и сыновья» Б. Фрил – Аркадий Николаевич Кирсанов

«Мама-кот» Л. Сепульведа – Книгочей

«Маяковский идет за сахаром» С. Денисова – Ведущий, Петр Митурич, Всеволод Мейерхольд

«На бойком месте» А. Островский – Гришка-казачок

«Мёртвые души» Н. Гоголь – Чиновник; занят в массовых сценах и эпизодах

«Женитьба» Н. Гоголь – хор

«Банкет» Н. Саймон – Официант


Upcoming performances

    Makar Zaporozhsky was born on September 5, 1989 in Moscow.

    He graduated from children`s music school of the winds and percussion instruments named after V. Blazhevich where he played trombone.

    In 2010 he graduated from the Directing Department of GITIS (O. Kudryashov`s course).

    In 2010-2011 he worked at Theater of the Russian Army.

    THEATRE WORKS

    Student performances:

    ‘The Insulted and Humiliated’ by F.Dostoevsky - Ivan Petrovich

    ‘A Mammoth Story’ - Ovechkin

    ‘The Sad Story of One Couple. Stories, Overheard in Someone Else’s Ipod’ (a choreographic performance).

    ‘Gogol. Fantasies’ - Akaky (‘The Overcoat ‘), Head (‘Diary of a Madman’)

    Ensemble Singing Concert ‘Music on the Third Floor’

    ‘Oedipus the King’ by Sophocles – Messenger

    ‘Pushkin’s Night’ (‘Ruslan and Lyudmila’) - Ruslan

    ‘The Captain’s Daughter’ - Zurin

    ‘Egyptian Nights’ - Charsky

    ‘The Little Prince’ by Antoine de Saint-Exupery - Pilot

    Mayakovsky Theatre:

    ‘Kean IV’ G.Gorin - Kean V

    PRIZES AND AWARDS

    ‘Golden Leaf Awards 2010’ winner in the category ‘The Best Ensemble Cast’ for the role in the play ‘Oedipus the King’.

    Cinema works: ‘Sins of the Fathers’ (2004), ‘The Mystery of the Blue Valley’ (2004), ‘My wonderful Nanny’ (2005), ‘Rublyovka Live’ (2005), ‘Kulagin and partners’ (2005-2011), ‘ Lusty, or Fab Four ‘(2006), ‘1612: Chronicles of the Time of Troubles ‘(2007),’ Daddy’s Girls ‘(2007-2011),’ Invisible Man ‘(2010), ‘Treasure hunters ‘(2011),’ Do not cry for me, Argentina! ‘(2011-2012).


    Plays

    Пигмалион

    Пигмалион

    Main Stage
    PREMIERE
    16+
    Authors:
    Staging: Leonid Heifetz
    Genre:

    All my sons

    All my sons

    Stage on Sretenka
    PREMIERE
    16+
    Authors: Arthur Miller
    Staging: Leonid Heifetz
    Genre: Drama

    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")

    Mama cat

    Mama cat

    Main Stage
    6+
    Authors: Luis Sepúlveda
    Staging: Polina Struzhkova
    Genre: music performance

    Uncle’s Dream

    Uncle’s Dream

    Main Stage
    12+
    Authors: Fyodor Dostoevsky
    Staging: Ekaterina Granitova
    Genre: “a little thing of dove-like mildness and remarkable innocence”

    Mayakovsky Goes For Sugar

    Mayakovsky Goes For Sugar

    Small stage
    16+
    Authors:
    Staging: Aleksey Kuzmin-Tarasov
    Genre: about this

    A Busy Place

    A Busy Place

    Small stage
    18+
    Authors: Aleksander Ostrovsky
    Staging: Yury Yoffe
    Genre: comedy in two acts

    Dead Souls

    Dead Souls

    Main Stage
    12+
    Authors: Nikolay Gogol
    Staging: Sergey Artsibashev
    Genre: poem about Chichikov in two acts and two parts

    Marriage

    Marriage

    Main Stage
    12+
    Authors: Nikolay Gogol
    Staging: Sergey Artsibashev
    Genre: an absolutely incredible incident in two acts.

    The Dinner Party

    The Dinner Party

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