Ruslana Khazipova

Ruslana Khazipova

This exuberant girl seems to have no borders or limitations in everything she does both on a stage and in her life. She goes to the very end giving herself away wholeheartedly in each of her parts. Outrageous witch dance in "Macbeth" or socially not adapted girl Dora (Ruslana sits naked on a stage during 2, 5 hours of the play), funny matchmaker from "Marriage" by Gogol or gorgeous Italian woman from "Pirandello" - Ruslana Khazipova infects the audience by some magnetic waves of her extraordinary love for life pouring out of her abundantly. She is the one with the heart open for everybody ready to share her joy and love with the entire world.

 

Date of birth: 4 th of December, 1986

Place of birth: Kryvyi Rig, Ukraine

 

Education:

- in 2007 graduated from Karpenko-Karyi Theatre, Cinema, and Television National University (chief – theatre and cinema actor, Tanuk L.S.  course)

 

Theatre:

from 2004 – Centre of Contemporary Art DAKH

 

Plays:

Prologue to Macbeth - directed by Vladislav Troitskyi

Coffee And Cigarettes - directed by Vladislav Troitskyi

Almost The Play, Almost Pirandello, Or The Death Dance - directed by Vladislav Troitskyi

Richard III. Prologue - directed by Vladislav Troitskyi

Vassa Zheleznova, after M. Gorkyi's play – directed by V.M. Troitskyi,

Marriage, after M.Gogol's play – directed by Vladislav Troitskyi

Ukranian Decamerone, after KLIM's play – directed by Vladislav Troitskyi

King Lear. Prologue - directed by Vladislav Troitskyi

Almost The Play, Almost Pirandello, Or The Death Dance. Reanimation - directed by Vladislav Troitskyi

The Death of Gogol - directed by Vladislav Troitskyi

Oedipus The King. Prologue, after Sophocles' play - directed by Vladislav Troitskyi

Dreams of The Lost Road - directed by Vladislav Troitskyi

Oedipus. Dog's Cage, after plays of Sophocles "Oedipus The King" and KLIM "Doghouse. Antiutopia from silent majority's life" - directed by Vladislav Troitskyi

 

Teachers:

Vladyslav Trotskyi,

Petro Panchuk,

KLIM,

Muksimova Anna

 








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