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 Timofey  Kulyabin


Born:   October 10, 1984

Russian stage director

      

 Timofey Kulyabin decided to become a stage director at the age of 13 and staged the first play at school, as a pupil yet. Now he is 31 and considered to be the hope of the Russian theatre.

Timofey Kulyabin: “I think, the audience is much cleverer than me”.

The name of Timofey Kulyabin is known to everybody in Novosibirsk, even to those who rarely or never go to the theater. The success of his stage productions, for example, the Shakespearean tragedy Macbeth nominated for the Gold Mask, and Alexander Pushkin’s novel Onegin that won the Gold Mask is multiplied with the fact of his young age. Timofey Kulyabin’s novelty of aesthetics, expressiveness and the courage of his stage direction finds coupled with his youth make him sensation in square. What he has made is really extraordinary, both of itself and with regard to his age.

Timofey Kulyabin was born in Izhevsk, the capital city of the Udmurtia Republic on October 10, 1984.

From 2002 to 2007 he studied in the GITIS (the State Institute of Theatric Arts) at the course of Oleg Kudryashov.

In 2006 he staged his first professional play production - the tragicomedy In Nevsky Prospect based on his own stage adaptation of The Petersburg Stories by Nilolay Gogol at the Omsk Academic Drama Theater.

From 2007 Timofey Kulyabin was a regular stage director of the Krasny Fakel Theater in Novosibirsk.

In 2009 he staged the opera Prince Igor in the Novosibirsk Opera and Ballet Theater.

He also staged plays in the theatres of Yaroslavl, Riga, St. Petersburg, and Moscow. The stage production Onegin based on the classical masterpiece novel by A.S. Pushkin took a special prize of Gold Mask, the national theatrical award of Russia.

In 2015 Timofey Kulyabin was appointed the chief stage director of Krasny Fakel Theater. Same year his stage version of the opera Tannhäuser in the Novosibirsk Opera and Ballet Theater stirred up scandal of the all-Russian scale. Metropolitan Tikhon of Novosibirsk discerned an insult of religious feelings in the stage production of the Tannhäuser opera. In Timofey Kulyabin’s version Jesus Christ is presented as the hero of the erotic movie Grotto of Venus shot by the film director Tannhäuser in the course of action.

Timofey Kulyabin will stage Gaetano Donizetti's opera Don Pasquale in the Bolshoi Theater in the near future. 


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