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In two years we directed and participated in dozens of shows. In fact, one our actor was casted into Russian "Hamlet" two days after our arrival to St. Petersburg.

I won't be able to post all the shows we participated in Russia; web-publishing of the RAT srchives is very big task!

Chekhov: 5 Plays
3 Sisters (WebShow)

GeoAlaska: Theatre, Film, Writing
Chekhov Pages & 3 Sisters
Method Acting
Meyerhold for Directors & Biomechanics
Gogol: Inspector General

Classes: Aesthetics +
DVD: Drama & Art House, Studio Specials & Classics, New & Future Releases, Cult Movies
Directing Showcases
ShowCases: 3 Sisters, Mikado, 12th Night, Hamlet, The Importance of Being Earnest, Dangerous Liaisons, Don Juan
prof. Anatoly Antohin Theatre UAF AK 99775 USA
my eGroups
2002: Russian Pages (in Russian) * 2006: RAT new [ 2008 Election Year ] + * 2007 chekhov pages index

In 1993 I was supported by the Fulbright Scholar Program

Summer 2002: come back for updates!





2004 & After

Personal Politics Liberty is always unfinished business. --anonymous

antohins: 20th century

Index * Shows * Film-North * Theatre w/Anatoly * Theatre Theory * Classes * VIRTUAL THEATRE * Plays * Father-Russia: nonfiction (fragments) * In Russian: plays-in-progress * Cyber 3 Sisters: prod notes * Students mini-directory *

RAT: Shows


St. Petersburg Association of Dramatic Artists


Michael Bulgakov

One man show by Georgi Nilov

Director Seymion Freedland

Baltic House, Second Stage, Fri. August 14, 16:15

Bulgakov, in his short story "Morphine" analyzes the process of disintegration of human individuality. There are several levels of drug effects on a human - physical and psychological and the story is based on the diary of Dr. Polikov, in which he described his own drug addiction.

Creators of the show wanted to find stage expression of Bulkakov's story using methods of "poor Theatre" (Peter Brook's definition of "actor's theatre").

Actor Georgi Nilov graduated from St. Petersburg theatre school in 1984 (Master Teacher Don Metchik, U.S.A.). At the present time he is working on a one man show based on Orwell's novel 1984.

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