Yakovleva Olga

Yakovleva Olga

On the whole, I believe that a director should be fascinated by his actors. After all, it’s not just any work. I’ve already known for twenty years that Yakovleva will be present in my rehearsals, and that makes me snap to attention, think tensely, be dissatisfied with myself, and so on. But Yakovleva isn’t an angel; she's more like a devil. A beautiful one, to be sure, but a devil all the same. Her nerve, her unexpected laughter, her impossible pride, her endless digging in her bag while we’re talking about something important – all of this could give a person a coronary. But like I already said, it’s all part of a beautiful devil. And I’m happy that I’ve suffered for twenty years with her.

In Theatre

Wedding Day 1964, Lenin’s Komsomol Theatre
104 Pages about Love 1964, Lenin’s Komsomol Theatre
The Seagull 1966, Lenin’s Komsomol Theatre
Brother Alyosha 1972, Moscow Dramatic Theatre on Malaya Bronnaya Street
The Situation 1973, Moscow Dramatic Theatre on Malaya Bronnaya Street
Don Juan 1973, Moscow Dramatic Theatre on Malaya Bronnaya Street
The Veranda in the Woods 1978, Moscow Dramatic Theatre on Malaya Bronnaya Street
The Road 1979, Moscow Dramatic Theatre on Malaya Bronnaya Street
Summer and Smoke 1980, Moscow Dramatic Theatre on Malaya Bronnaya Street
Reminiscence 1981, Moscow Dramatic Theatre on Malaya Bronnaya Street
Napoleon The First 1983, Moscow Dramatic Theatre on Malaya Bronnaya Street
The Theatre Director 1984, Moscow Dramatic Theatre on Malaya Bronnaya Street
The lower depths 1985, Taganka Theatre
Misanthrope 1986, Taganka Theatre

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Vysotskiy Vladimir
Zavadsky Yuri
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