Golden Mask

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This article is about the Russian theatre festival and award. For other uses, see Golden Mask (disambiguation).

The Golden Mask (Russian: Золотая Маска) is a Russian theatre festival and the National Theatre Award established in 1994 by the Theatre Union of Russia. The award is given to productions in all genres of theatre art: drama, opera, ballet, operetta and musical, and puppet theatre. It presents the most significant performances from all over Russia in Moscow in the spring of each year. The president of the award is Russian actor Georgi Taratorkin.[1]

Categories[edit]

  • Drama – Best Large Scale Production
  • Drama – Best Small Scale Production
  • Drama – Best Director
  • Drama – Best Actress
  • Drama – Best Actor
  • Drama – Best Designer
  • Drama – Best Light Designer
  • Drama – Best Costume Designer
  • Puppetry – Best Production
  • Puppetry – Best Director
  • Puppetry – Best Designer
  • Puppetry – Best Actor
  • Innovation – Best Production
  • Opera – Best Production
  • Opera – Best Conductor
  • Opera – Best Director
  • Opera – Best Actress
  • Opera – Best Actor
  • Ballet – Best Production
  • Contemporary Dance – Best Production
  • Ballet/Contemporary Dance – Best Balletmaster/Best Choreographer
  • Ballet/Contemporary Dance – Best Actress
  • Ballet/Contemporary Dance – Best Actor
  • Operetta/Musical – Best Production
  • Operetta/Musical – Best Conductor
  • Operetta/Musical – Best Director
  • Operetta/Musical – Best Actress
  • Operetta/Musical – Best Actor
  • Musical theatre – Best Composer
  • Musical theatre – Best Designer
  • Musical theatre – Best Costume Designer
  • Musical theatre – Best Light Designer[2]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.goldenmask.ru/eng/ The Golden Mask
  2. ^ http://www.goldenmask.ru/eng/winners.php?fest=11 Golden Mask nominees (season 2008 - 2009)