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Abramova Olga


Olga Abramova was born on November 22, 1985. In 2003 she entered Mikhail Shchepkin Higher Theatre School (course of O.N. Solomina and Y.M. Solomin, among her teachers were V.I. Bochkaryov, A.S. Potapov, V.N.Dragunov, V.E.Fyodorov). One of her major works in school was the role of Eliza Doolittle in «My Fair Lady» by the Lerner and Loewe eponymous stage musical based on the 1913 stage play «Pygmalion» by George Bernard Shaw. This production was staged by Olga Solomina and in 2006 took part in the festival «260 years of theatre work in Tver». It had been highly acclaimed.

In 2007 Olga joined the company of the Maly State Academic Theatre. Starting with playing minor characters, in 2008 Olga played the Princess of France in «Love’s Labour’s Lost» by William Shakespeare, which allowed Olga to demonstrate excellent vocal accuracy and excellent balance of the body. In 2010 she again took part in the musical production - «Don Juan» by Aleksey Konstantinovich Tolstoy - performing the main female role - Donna Anna. In addition, Abramova participates actively in the concert programs of the Maly Theatre.

Olga brings a certain charisma to their roles, so even Varvara Kharitonovna Lebedkina («Late Love» by Alexander Ostrovsky) - a cheerful widow who wastes the remnants of her husband's fortune - has the benefit of Olga’s magnetism. Abramova plays brightly with large sweeping strokes drawing a portrait of an absolutely immoral person who will find a way out of any situation.

In 2016, the actress performed one of her most powerful roles - Stella Kowalski in «A Streetcar Named Desire» by Tennessee Williams. Stella DuBois Kowalski is a vital part in the struggle between the two worlds of Stanley Kowalski and Blanche DuBois, and she is also the bridge between these two worlds. She comes from Blanche's refined, educated, and sensitive world, but steps back under the pressure of base instincts.

Olga is featured regularly in film and television. Among her works are: «Gossips», «Doctor Tyrsa», «Moscow. The Three train stations», «Emergency», «Real fellas», «Disturbed, or Love is blind», «Hotel «Eleon»», «Murmur», «Pastures of Heaven».

Roles in the Maly Theatre:

2007 - Marfa, «The Power of Darkness» by Leo Tolstoy, directed by Yuri Solomin

2007 - Avdotya, «The Government Inspector» by Nikolay Gogol, directed by Yuri Solomin and Vasiliy Fyodorov

2008 - Masha, «Poverty is No Crime» by Alexander Ostrovsky, directed by Alexander Korshunov

2008 - Second girl, «The Power of Darkness» by Leo Tolstoy, directed by Yuri Solomin

2008 – Princess of France, «Love’s Labour’s Lost» by William Shakespeare, directed by Vitaliy Ivanov

2008 - Sophia, «The Minor» by Denis Fonvizin, directed by Vitaliy Ivanov

2009 - Akulina, «The Power of Darkness» by Leo Tolstoy, directed by Yuri Solomin

2009 - Princess, «Woe from Wit» by Alexander Griboedov, directed by Sergey Zhenovach

2009 – Landlord’s daughter, «Smart Things» by Samuil Marshak, directed by Vasiliy Fyodorov

2010 - Eugenia, «Innamorati» by Carlo Goldoni, directed by Stefano De Luca

2010 - Donna Anna, «Don Juan» by Aleksey Konstantinovich Tolstoy, directed by Alexander Klyukvin

2011 - Armande Béjart, «The Life and Love of Monsieur de Molière, or The Cabal of Hypocrites» by Mikhail Bulgakov, directed by Vladimir Dragunov

2012 - Angélique, «The Imaginary Invalid» by Jean-Baptiste Poquelin, Molière, directed by Sergey Zhenovach

2013 - Dunyasha, «The Cherry Orchard» by Anton Chekhov, directed by Igor Iliyinskiy

2013 - Nastenka, «The Village of Stepanchikovo and Its Inhabitants» by Fyodor Dostoyevsky, directed by Anton Yakovlev

2015 - Lebedkina, «Late Love» by Alexander Ostrovsky, directed by Andrey Tsisaruk

2016 - Ludmila, «Vassa Zheleznova. The First Version» by Maxim Gorky, directed by Vladimir Beylis

2016 - Stella, «A Streetcar Named Desire» by Tennessee Williams, directed by Sergey Potapov

2016 - Beatrice Rasponi, «The Servant of Two Masters» by Carlo Goldoni, directed by Stefano De Luca

2018 - Varvara, «Time of Troubles. 1609-1611» by Vladimir Medinskiy, directed by Vladimir Beylis

2019 - Paula Clothilde, «Before Sunset» by Gerhart Hauptmann, directed by Vladimir Beylis

2019 - Mrs. Irene Molloy, «Always Call Dolly» by Sergey Plotov and Vladimir Ivanov, directed by Vladimir Ivanov