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Titaeva Nataliya

Honored Artist of Russia

Nataliya Alexandrovna Titaeva, Honored Artist of Russia, was born on May 21, 1954. She graduated from the Lunacharsky State Institute for Theatre Arts (GITIS), and in 1976 joined the company of the Maly State Academic Theatre of Russia.

The actress performed a number of fascinating and memorable roles from both Russian and foreign repertoire on Moscow’s renowned stage. Nataliya made her stage debut in 1975 playing Valya in Konstantin Simonov’s «Russian people».

Natalia is an actress endowed with a noble manner and resounding voice, unaffected, natural manner and great stage charisma. She is a versatile character actress with a magnificent sense of humour and sense of the absurd, with an impetuous temperament, and good imagination.

In addition to performing on stage, Nataliya became steadily involved in working in radio and television. She starred in: « If It Weren't For Bad Luck», «The Fatal Eggs», «The Gift of God», «Tomorrow Everything Will Be Different», «Emergency Situations», «Family Secrets», «The Count of Montenegro», «Wood Grouse-3», «Law and order. Operational Investigations Division - 4», «Zemsky Doctor. Sequel», «Karpov», «The Moving», «Embracing the Sky».

Roles in the Maly Theatre:

1975 (premiere) Valya, «Russian people» by Konstantin Simonov, directed by Boris Ravenskikh

1975 (replacement) Member of the crowd, «The Power of Darkness» by Leo Tolstoy, directed by Boris Ravenskikh

1976 (premiere) Narmina, «The Mesozoic Story» by Maksud Ibragimbekov, directed by Boris Ravenskikh

1978 (replacement) Lisa, «Woe from Wit» by Alexander Griboedov, directed by Vitaliy Ivanov

1978 (replacement) Tatyana Khrushch, «Lyubov Yarovaya» by Konstantin Trenyov, directed by Pyotr Fomenko

1978 (replacement) Sasha, «Summerfolk» («Dachniki») by Maxim Gorky, directed by Boris Babochkin

1978 (replacement) Vera, «Conversations Under a Clear Moon» by Vasiliy Shukshin, directed by Vitaliy Ivanov

1978 (replacement) Zepyur, «Vertigo» by Gevorg Sarkisyan, directed by Vladimir Beylis

1980 (premiere) Nepryakhina, «Ivushka neplakuchaya» («Non-weeping Willow») by Mikhail Alekseev, directed by A. Matveev

1981 (replacement) Ustinka, « Balzaminov’s Marriage» by Alexander Ostrovsky, directed by Vladimir Sedov

1981 (replacement) Agniya, «It's Not All Shrovetide for the Cat» by Alexander Ostrovsky, directed by Viktor Khokhryakov

1982 (premiere) Dunyasha, «The Cherry Orchard» by Anton Chekhov, directed by Igor Iliyinskiy

1985 (replacement) A guest, «From the Memoirs of an Idealist» by Anton Chekhov, directed by Vladimir Beylis

1986 (replacement) Mashenka, «Enough Stupidity in Every Wise Man» by Alexander Ostrovsky, directed by Igor Iliyinskiy

1987 (replacement) Akulina, «Vanyushin's Children» by Sergei Naidenov, directed by Mikhail Tsaryov, Viktor Ryzhkov and Vladimir Sedov

1987 (replacement) Yulinka, «A Profitable Position» by Alexander Ostrovsky, directed by Vladimir Beylis

1987 (replacement) The hay girl, «Tsar Fyodor Ioannovich» by Aleksey Konstantinovich Tolstoy, directed by Boris Ravenskikh

1987 (premiere) Lyubasha, «To Be Discussed» by Alexander Kosenkov, directed by Vasiliy Fyodorov

1987 (replacement) The waitress, «Dream of the White Mountains» by Viktor Astafyev, directed by Vladimir Sedov

1987 (replacement) Zoya Mueller, «On the Eve» by Ivan Turgenev, directed by Vladimir Sedov

1991 (premiere) Rosalie, «Katie of Heilbronn or The Trial by Fire» by Heinrich von Kleist, directed by Klaus Wagner (West Germany)

1993 (replacement) Marina, «The Precipice» by Ivan Goncharov, directed by Vera Efremova

1993 (replacement) A girl, «There Was Not a Single Penny, and Suddenly There is a Dime» by Alexander Ostrovsky, directed by Eduard Martsevich

1995 (replacement) The mare, «The Little Humpbacked Horse» by Pyotr Yershov, directed by Roman Sokolov

1995 (replacement) Glafira Berbenchuk, «The Feast of the Victors» by Alexander Solzhenitsyn, directed by Boris Morozov

1997 (replacement) Suzanne, «The Guilty Mother, or the Other Tartuffe» by Pierre Beaumarchais, directed by Boris Morozov

1998 (premiere) Ulita, «The Forest» by Alexander Ostrovsky, directed by Yuri Solomin

1999 (premiere) Måns Nilssons’s wife, «King Gustav Vasa» by August Strindberg, directed by Alexander Nordström (Sweden)

2009 (premiere) Barin’s wife, «Smart Things» by Samuil Marshak, directed by Vasiliy Fyodorov

2011 (replacement) Pivokurova, «The Last Sacrifice» by Alexander Ostrovsky, directed by Vladimir Dragunov

2011 (replacement) Fominishna, «It's a Family Affair-We'll Settle It Ourselves», by Alexander Ostrovsky, directed by Alexander Chetverkin

2011 (replacement) The Lady, «Don Juan» by Aleksey Konstantinovich Tolstoy, directed by Alexander Klyukvin

2012 (premiere) Avdotya, «Vanyushin’s Children» by Sergei Naidenov, directed by Vitaliy Ivanov