Stage Director Kirill Serebrennikov
Stage Director Kirill Serebrennikov
Kirill Serebrennikov was born on 7 September 1969 in Rostov-on-Don. In 1992, he graduated from Rostov State University with a physics major. In 1994, Serebrennikov started working as a stage director at Rostov-on-Don theatres. Some of these theatres are the “Engagement” theatre, the Theater of Drama named after Gorky, the Young Spectator's Theatre. He has worked in Moscow since 2000. Serebrennikov’s directorial debut in Moscow was "Plasticine" at the Centre for Drama and Directing under A. Kazantsev and M. Roshchin. In our collection, one can find photos and playbills of his first performances: "Plasticine" at the Centre for Drama and Directing, “The Golovlyov Family”, “The Threepenny Opera”, “The Pillowman" at the A.Chekhov Moscow Art Theatre, "Sweet Bird of Youth", “Antony &Cleopatra. Version”, “The Naked Pioneer Girl” at the Sovremennik Theatre, and other productions. Since 2008, Kirill Serebrennikov has been a professor at the Moscow Art Theatre School, where he has delivered a course for actors and directors. In 2012, his graduated class became the foundation of the Seventh Studio. In 2012, Serebrennikov founded the Gogol-Centre. The Theatre Museum proudly showcases the modern playbills of performances in the Gogol-Centre: "A Midsummer Night's Dream", “June”, “Kafka”, “Who is happy in Russia?”
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