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Mark Rozovsky Biography (c. 1937-)
Full name, Mark Grigorievich Rozovsky; born in 1937, in Petropavlovsk, Russia. Addresses: Office--Theatre-Studio, U Nikitskikh Vorot, Gertsena Str.23/9, 103009 Moscow, Russia.
- Birth Details
- c. 1937
- Petropavlovsk, Russia
Credits; Stage Work
- Director (with Georgii Tovstonogov), Strider: The Story of a Horse (musical version), Gorky Theatre, Leningrad, Russia; director of Orpheus and Eurydice (rock opera), 1975; also directed adaptations from the works of Karamzin,Kafka, and Fyodor Dostoevsky.
- Strider: The Story of a Horse (based on a story by Leo Tolstoy; translated by Tamara Bering Sunguroff; English adaptation by Robert Kalfin and Steve Brown), Chelsea Theatre Center, New York City, 1979, then Helen Hayes Theatre,New York City, 1979-80, later Cleveland Playhouse, Cleveland, OH, 1980-81, also produced at Gorky Theatre, Leningrad, Russia.
- Kafka: Father and Son (based on Kafka's Letter to His Father and The Judgment; translated by Elena Prischepenki), La Mama Experimental Theatre Club, New York City, 1985, 1991, 1992.
- Romances with Oblomov, Alexandrinsky Theatre, St. Petersburg, Russia, 1992.
- Author of Amadeus (based on the play by Peter Shaffer), Moscow Arts Theatre, Moscow; author of a libretto for an opera about the poet Mayakovsky.
- Author of Triumphal Square, a television documentary, 1984. Author of three books about the theatre.
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