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Maryan Mikhaylovich KRUSHELNITSKY

Maryan KRUSHELNITSKY, Actor and Chief Producer, Ukrainia Academy Theater, Kiev, since 1956. Member, Committee Lenin Prizes for Literature and Art, USSR Council of Ministers, since 1960; Popular Artist of USSR since 1944. Order of Lenin, 1960; two Stalin Prizes, 1947, 1948. Member, Communist Party, since 1943.

Background

  • KRUSHELNITSKY, Maryan was born in 1897.

  • Career

    • 1913 began stage career. 1924-1926 actor, ‘‘Berezir’ Ukrainia Theater, Kiev. 1926-1934 actor and producer, “Berezil” Ukrainia Theater after its transfer to Kharkov.

      1934-1952 Chief Producer, Kharkov Shevchenko Theater, the former “Berezil” Theater. Instructor and since 1947 Professor, KarpenkoKary Theatrical Institute. Since 1952 at Ukrainia Academy Theater, Kiev.

      Roles: Ivan in Kropivnitsky’s “Day sertsyu volyu, zavede u nevolyu” (Give a Man Enough Rope and He’ll Hang Himself). Shvandya in Trenev’s “Lyubov Yarovaya”. Gavrila in Korneychuk’s “Bogdan Khmelnitsky”, etc.

      Lenin in Korneychuk’s “Pravda” (Truth). Productions: Kropivnitsky’s “Give a Man Enough Rope and He’ll Hang Himself” (1936). Korneychuk’s “Truth” (1937) and “Bogdan Khmelnitsky” (1939).

      Ostrovsky’s “Groza” (Thunderstorm) (1939). Kocherga’s “Yaroslav Mudry” (Yaroslav the Wise) (1946). Shteyn’s “General Vatutin Dmiterko” (1947) and “Personalnoe delo” (A Personal Matter) (1955).

      Sukhodolsky’s “Arsenal” (1956), etc.

    Politics

    Member, Communist Party, since 1943.

    Membership

    Member, Communist Party, since 1943.
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