Татьяна Владимирова

Biography

Having graduated from the Moscow Art Theatre School in 1973 (class of V. Markov), Tatyana Vladimirova was assigned to work in the Experimental Theater of Gennady Yudenich. However, she worked there for two months only. When her husband got the post of the Tomsk Drama Theater's Chief Director, she followed him to work in Tomsk for 9 consecutive years. After that, she moved to Arkhangelsk, and later, to Omsk. Participated in numerous performances, most important of which being Gogol's Marriage, Ostrovsky's The Storm, Chekov's The Cherry Orchard and Brecht's Mother Courage.

Since 1993, Tatyana Vladimirova has been working in the Moscow Et Cetera theater under the direction of Alexander Kalyagin. Her appearances there include: Uncle Vanya (directed by A. Sabinin), The Guide for Those Wishing to Marry and Le Médecin malgré lui (directed by A. Kalyagin), Beyond the Horizon and An Old friend is Better than Two New Ones (directed by V. Bogatyryov), The Dark Lady of the Sonnets (directed by R. Kozak), Don Quixote (directed by A. Morfov), Shylock (directed by R.Sturua), The Contest (A. Galin), Luciette Gauthier, or Shoot Now! (directed by A. Morfov), The Death of Tarelkin (directed by O. Korshunovas).

For the role of Anna Kirillovna in The Morphine she got the prize of the Moskovskiy komsomolets newspaper in the category of 'the Maitres'.

Her current shows include CloseToZero (directed by K. Serebrennikov, Theater of Oleg Tabakov), Scumbags (directed by K. Serebrennikov, Gogol Center theater), The Triumph of Love (directed by G.Stoyev, Theater of Nations), Alconovellas and Pagans (directed by V. Surkova, Teatr.doc).