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Alisa Freindlich Turns 75 Today
8.12.2009 10:48
Alisa Freindlich Turns 75 Today

The notable actress Alisa Freindlich refused from celebrations of her 75th anniversary while mourning her former son-in-law, the ex-senator and head of Russian Road Agency Sergey Tarasov, who had perished in the catastrophe of Nevsky Express train.
      There will be no celebrations held for the jubilee, the Baltic House of Theatre, where the actress has been working for the last 26 years, informs.
      Certainly, the colleagues will greet Alisa Brunovna, but only privately. There will be neither speeches nor tables. However, stage performances featuring Alisa Freindlich will not be cancelled. On her birthday, December 8, the actress will act the main part in the play Uncle's Dream, and in Quartet by Ronald Harwood on December 10.
      The fast train N166 Nevski Express from Moscow to Saint Petersburg burst up at night of November 27. The law-bodies assume it was a terrorist act. 26 people died and over 90 people were injured.


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