• Anglický jazyk

Russian silent film actors

Autor: Source: Wikipedia

Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 29. Chapters: Alla Nazimova, Ivan Mozzhukhin, Gregory Gaye, Igor Ilyinsky, Michael Chekhov, Olga Chekhova, Alexander Vertinsky, Sergey Martinson, Vera Kholodnaya, Anna Sten, Vera Karalli, Maria Ouspenskaya, Pyotr Chardynin, Olga... Viac o knihe

Na objednávku, dodanie 2-4 týždne

12.67 €

bežná cena: 14.90 €

O knihe

Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 29. Chapters: Alla Nazimova, Ivan Mozzhukhin, Gregory Gaye, Igor Ilyinsky, Michael Chekhov, Olga Chekhova, Alexander Vertinsky, Sergey Martinson, Vera Kholodnaya, Anna Sten, Vera Karalli, Maria Ouspenskaya, Pyotr Chardynin, Olga Baclanova, Olga Preobrazhenskaya, Anatoli Ktorov, Vera Maretskaya, Vitold Polonsky, Ossip Runitsch, Galina Kravchenko, Mikhail Zharov, Vladimir Gardin, Valéry Inkijinoff, Vladimir Gajdarov, Olga Zhiznyeva, Yuliya Solntseva, Mikhail Klimov, Vladimir Fogel, Nikolai Tseretelli, Ada Vojtsik, Ivan Lebedeff, Valentina Zimina, Vladimir Maksimov, Vera Malinovskaya, Anel Sudakevich, Nikolai Radin, Ivan Khudoleyev. Excerpt: Alla Nazimova (Russian and Ukrainian: ; (3 June 1879 - 13 July 1945), was a Russian American film and theatre actress, a screenwriter and film producer. She is perhaps best known as simply Nazimova, but also went under the name Alia Nasimoff. She was born Miriam Edez Adelaida Leventon (Russian: , Ukrainian: ), one of three children of Yakov Leventon and Sonya Horowitz. The family was Jewish and lived in Yalta, Crimea (then a part of the Russian Empire; now a part of Ukraine). She grew up in a dysfunctional family and after her parents' separation was shuffled among boarding schools, foster homes, and relatives. A precocious child, she was playing the violin by age seven. As a teenager she began to pursue an interest in the theatre and took acting lessons at the Academy of Acting in Moscow before joining Constantin Stanislavski's Moscow Art Theatre as "Alla Nazimova," and later just "Nazimova." (Her stage name was a combination of her middle name Adelaida and the surname of Nadezhda Nazimova, the heroine of the Russian novel Children of the Streets. Nazimova in the 1911 Broadway play The MarionettesNazimova's theater career blossomed early; and by 1903 she was a major star in Moscow and Saint Petersburg. She toured Europe, including London and Berlin, with her boyfriend Pavel Orlenev, a flamboyant actor and producer. In 1905 they moved to New York City and founded a Russian-language theater on the Lower East Side. The venture was unsuccessful; and Orlenev returned to Russia while Nazimova stayed in New York. She was signed up by the American producer Henry Miller and made her Broadway debut in New York City, New York, in 1906 to critical and popular success. She quickly became extremely popular (a theater was named after her) and remained a major Broadway star for years, often acting in the plays of Henrik Ibsen and Anton Chekhov. Dorothy Parker described her as the finest Hedda Gabler she had ever seen. Due to her notoriety in a 35-minute 1915 play entitled War Brid

  • Vydavateľstvo: Books LLC, Reference Series
  • Rok vydania: 2013
  • Formát: Paperback
  • Rozmer: 246 x 189 mm
  • Jazyk: Anglický jazyk
  • ISBN: 9781155641874

Generuje redakčný systém BUXUS CMS spoločnosti ui42.