Roman Viktyuk

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Roman Viktyuk
Roman Viktuk 2-1 by Alexey Nikishin.jpg
Born (1936-10-28) October 28, 1936 (age 81)
Occupation theater director, theater teacher
Years active 1956–present

Roman Grigoryevich Viktyuk (Russian: Роман Григорьевич Виктюк, Ukrainian: Роман Григорович Віктюк; born October 28, 1936 in Lwów, Poland, now Lviv, Ukraine) is a Russian and Ukrainian theater director, actor, screenwriter.


Born October 28, 1936 in Lviv.[1] In 1956 he graduated from the Russian Academy of Theatre Arts in Moscow. Among the teachers were Yuri Zavadsky and Anatoly Efros.

He worked in theaters in Lviv, Kalinin, Tallinn, Vilnius, Minsk, Kiev, and Moscow. In the mid-1970s he began to stage performances in Moscow. In the mid-1980s on the stage of the Moscow City Council has put the play by Leonid Zorin Royal Hunt,[2] Gained great fame thanks to The Maids by Jean Genet, staged at the Satyricon in 1988. Since 1991 – artistic director and director he established private theater (Roman Viktyuk Theater), which in 1996 became state theater. The director of a number of dramas Central Television (Players, 1978, The History of the Chevalier des Grieux and Manon Lescaut, 1980, Girl, where do you live?, 1982). Professor of the Russian Academy of Theatre Arts (GITIS).[3]

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  2. ^ Mossovet Theatre / Сост. Valentin Shkolnikov. М.: Art (publishing), 1985, – 294 с.;илл.
  3. ^ Biography

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