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Exhibition on Actress Natalya Gundareva to be Opened in Moscow
6.06.2013 06:45
Exhibition on Actress Natalya Gundareva to be Opened in Moscow

The exhibition Elusive Destiny...  Natalya Gundareva marking the 65th anniversary since the birth of the actress will be opened in Schepkin's House Museum on Friday.

The Schepkin's House Museum is a branch of the Bakhrushin Theatre Museum.

The exhibition in honor of the early passed away Natalya Gundareva (she died of a stroke, aged 56) will display exhibits from museum funds: posters, photos, videos, including interviews with the actress and memoirs of her colleagues. Interesting are the things provided by the Mayakovsky Theatre Museum, where the actress worked for nearly 30 years (from 1972 to 2001). In particular, these are dresses in which Natalya Gundareva appeared on the theater stage.

he exhibition will run from June 7 to August 31.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Natalya Gundareva Exhibitions in Moscow Russian Actresses Russian Cinema  

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