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Boris Vasilevich ROMANITSKY

Boris ROMANITSKY, Actor and producer, Ukrainia Zankovetska Drama Theater, Lvov, since 1948. Popular Artist of USSR since 1944. Order of Lenin; Order of Red Banner of Labor; Stalin Prize, 1950. Member, Communist Party, since 1940.

Background

  • ROMANITSKY, Boris was born in 1891.

  • Education

    • 1915 graduated Kiev School of Drama.

    Career

    • 1915-1922 actor in P. K. Saksagansky’s company. 1922-1948 Artistic Director and actor, Ukrainia Zankovetska Drama Theater, Kiev. Roles: Karl Mohr in Schiller’s “Die Rauber” (The Brigands).

      Ivan in Karpenko-Kary’s “Sueta” (Fuss). Title role in “Savva Chaly”. Mikola in I. Franko’s “Ukradennoe schaste” (Stolen Happiness).

      Title role in Shakespeare's “Othello”. Romanyuk in Korneychuk’s “Kalinovaya roshcha” (The Guelder Rose Grove). Productions: Trenev’s “Lyubov Yarovaya”.

      Afinogenov’s “Strakh” (Fear). Gorky's “Poslednie” (The Last Ones). Khizhnyak’s “Na bolshuyu zemlyu” (To the Mainland), etc.

    Politics

    Member, Communist Party, since 1940.

    Membership

    Member, Communist Party, since 1940.
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