GeoAlaska: Theatre, Film, Writing
ShowCases: 3 Sisters, Mikado, 12th Night, Hamlet, The Importance of Being Earnest, Dangerous Liaisons, Don Juan
prof. Anatoly Antohin Theatre UAF AK 99775 USA
2004 & After
Liberty is always unfinished business. --anonymous
2007 vtheatre.net/rat = russian.vtheatre.net
If you came from the front page, you already know that I am not a well orginized man. How could I introduce you to a half of century experience? This page is about my "Second Coming" to Russia. At first one, I was born there, in Moscow. My first Russian life is a long story, for a big Russian book. I'll skip my Soviet experience, my defection, life in USA -- and will talk about how came back as an American professor. With my Alaskan students, my Ethiopian wife and my American children. We came to St. Petersburg, the capital of Russian revolution, the window to the West....One Russian American Theatre (RAT) directory is here, another is @ Theatre w/Anatoly -- RAT; materials on small theatres of Russia, mostly St. Peteresburg. My writing is at Father-Russia -- reflections on those two years and thirty more before it.
Yes, we came to the country of enimies -- the Evil Empire!
(As you can see I only recently discovered the wonder of web and animation).
I write a book about tose two years in Russia, the rest of the pages are about the book. If you like reading, you are in a right place. It's all depends what do you like. You can go to plays page (no games) -- and read the plays by real Russians, or my plays. Or go to the pages of heavy literature. There are notes and diaries. I like them because I don't have to think about HOW to express myself, I simly record everything. If you like to sent me a note -- webmaster.
THE REST OF MY PAGES ON THIS SITE:
I'll be updating this Russian Writing grounds... if I can find the time. There are shortages with this product in America.
The Diary I use to link to other pages; I do not keep up with the electronic diaries. This was an interesting idea, but I have too many interesting ideas to have time for all of them.
[ The Actor's Nightmare: Liz Hilliard, Daniel Kleinfeld, Lana Elton. Costumes by Tara Maginnis. ]
Dismorphomania (Workshoping Sorokin): Allisandro Giacomelli, Suzanne Hilger.
Are we having fun yet?
Michael Hood and translator Andrei Makarov, speak at Hood's Stage Combat Workshop
Study English, Study Russian -- bilingual texts Chekhov Farces *
I did it many times; in the 80s and 90s...
This is how I did learn English myself...
I mixed American an Russian actors. We did translations as workshops. We did the shows in two languages...
I placed the Russian texts to help me to translate "Four Jokes and One Funeral" -- UAF Fall 2005 show.
Use it -- Chekhov works!
Theatre always works!
NTL, get some good dictionary!
|From Russia XX|
Film-North * Anatoly Antohin
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