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The Komissarzhevskaya Theatre (Russian: Академический драматический театр имени В. Ф. Комиссаржевской) is a theatre in Saint Petersburg named after Vera Komissarzhevskaya. It was founded in 1901 and made stage productions at various locations in St. Petersburg and Moscow, Russia. Her brother, Theodore Komisarjevsky, established a studio of his sister's theatre in New York City in 1939. Since 1942, the company is permanently located in St. Petersburg, at 19 Italyanskaya Street in the former "Passage Hall" of the elite department store The Passage. The resident company was named the Komissarzhevskaya Theatre in 1959.
- Boris Sohn (1948 - 1966)
- Vladimir Chestnokov (1948 - 1953)
- Alisa Freindlich (1957 - 1961)
- Sergei Boyarsky (1948 - 1976)
- Petr Shelokhonov (1973 - 1995)
- Viktor Ilichyov (1973 - 1975)
- Viktor Chistiakov (parodist) (1966 - 1971)
- Nikolai Boyarsky (1948 - 1982)
- Ivan I. Krasko (1965 - current)
- Galina Korotkevich (1962 - current)
- Anatoli Khudoleev (1975 - current)
- Georgi Korolchuk. (1970 - current)
- Settings & costumes of the modern stage Theodore Komisarjevsky, Lee Simonson - 1966 "In 1906 he resumed the experiments at the Vera Komisarjevsky Theatre in Petersburg, but the directors found it necessary to discontinue them. _ The great Russian actress, Vera Komisarjevsky, who was aiming at the realisation on...
- The Cambridge guide to American theatre - Page 375 Don B. Wilmeth - 2007 "He directed two productions for the Theatre Guild (1923) and in 1939 emigrated to the US, where he established the Komisarjevsky Theatre Studio (NYC); taught at Yale University (1940–2); directed three productions for the New York City ...
- The theatre and a changing civilisation Theodore Komisarjevsky - 1935 at the Vera Komisarjevsky Theatre to satisfy my sister, but it is quite impossible for an apprentice to execute the ideas of a master. After Meyerhold joined the St. Petersburg Imperial theatres he adapted his methods to suit the heavy ...
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