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Dubrovskaya Anastasiya

Actor

Anastasiya was born on October 22, 1986. She graduated from the Moscow Art Theatre School (course of I.Zolotovitsky and S. Zemtsova). Being a student, she made her professional stage debut at Moscow Art Theatre of Chekhov in 2006, where she worked until 2010. Anastasiya played in the following performances: «The Golovlyov Family», «Oblomov», « The Humpbacked Horse», «Amadeus», «Boule de suif», «The River with Rapid Current», «Home of the Gentry», «An Ardent Heart», «Never part with the loved ones», «Undine».

Since 2011 Anastasiya is part of the Maly Theatre’s company. The young actress is intensely involved in the repertoire, and plays all range of characters as young as herself and much older, e.g. Manefa in «Enough Stupidity in Every Wise Man» and Shablova, «Late Love» both plays written by Alexander Ostrovsky. Anastasia herself believes that «Ostrovsky's fraudsters are ageless» and prefers «to focus on the details of their personality carefully written out by the genius playwright.» Anastasiya is a character actress who strives to enter imaginatively into the psychology and physical actions of the characters she’s playing. Her playing style can be tremendously grotesque, however, it always fits seamlessly into the general outline of the play.

In addition to working at the Moscow Art Theatre and the Maly Theatre, Dubrovskaya was also involved in Creative Association «DUET», performing roles in the plays «Nyura Chapay» and «Sabinyaninov's Kidnapping».

Anastasia first appeared on screen in 2004, playing Asya in the TV series «Always Say «Always»-2». The actress also actively collaborates and cooperates with Radio of Russia. She participated in Yury Olesha’s «Envy», Aleksandr Kuprin’s «Allez!», «Skomorokh Pamfalon» by Nikolay Leskov, «The Moscow Masquerade» by Pyotr Boborykin.

Roles in the Maly Theatre:

2011 - Tkachikha (Weaver), «The Tale of Tsar Saltan» by Alexander Pushkin, directed by Vitaliy Ivanov

2011 - Irina Lavrovna, «The Last Sacrifice» by Alexander Ostrovsky, directed by Vladimir Dragunov

2012 – Lady Rosaline, «Love’s Labour’s Lost...» by William Shakespeare, directed by Vitaliy Ivanov

2012 - Olimpiada Samsonovna, «It's a Family Affair-We'll Settle It Ourselves», by Alexander Ostrovsky, directed by Alexander Chetverkin

2012 - Inna, «Vanyushin’s Children» by Sergei Naidenov, directed by Vitaliy Ivanov

2013 - Manefa, «Enough Stupidity in Every Wise Man» by Alexander Ostrovsky, directed by Vladimir Beylis

2014 - Anna, «Cinderella» by Evgeny Schwartz, directed by Vitaliy Ivanov

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

2017 - Eunice Hubbel, «A Streetcar Named Desire» by Tennessee Williams, directed by Sergey Potapov


Filmography:

2003 «Woman in the game without rules»
2004 «Always say «Always»- 2», Asya
2006 «Always say «Always»- 3», Asya
2006 «The Golovlyovs» (film play), Dunyasha
2006 «Captain's Children», Dashka
2006 « Paparazza», Antonina
2006 «The Rails of Happiness»
2007 «Artists»
2007 «Law and order: Department of Operative Investigation - 2», Masha
2007 «The Turkish March» (season 4), Katya
2008 «Herbalist», Sveta
2009 «Motley Twilight», Lyuba
2011 «The whole day will be morning» (main role)
2013 «Love is not a potato»
2014 «Executioner»
2017 «Adaptation»

Works on radio:
2007 Yury Olesha «Envy», Radio of Russia
2011 Aleksandr Kuprin «Allez!», Radio of Russia