Anastasia Zavorotnyuk returned to theatre Institute

Анастасия Заворотнюк вернулась в театральный институт
The actress had a tour for the stars “You’re super! Dancing.”

Anastasia Zavorotnyuk

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Anastasia Zavorotnyuk is back in the theatre Institute, from which he graduated many years ago — in the school-Studio of MKHAT. However, only for one day. The actress invited a
of the participants of the project “You are super! Dancing” Ibrahima Velcheva on a tour of the University.

Give Ibrahim acting lesson, Anastasia promised right
on the stage of the project “You are super! Dancing.” Incendiary lezginka performed by the dancer
in the first round of testing, convinced the actress that a young artist of a very
talented. After the performances, Nastia decided instead of the private lesson to reduce
Ibrahim at his Alma mater.

“This talented man is necessary to help people believe in
their power — shared the actress. — Ibrahim definitely has the acting
talent, charisma — is evident. And if I have the opportunity, I think
it is their duty. In addition, the project “You are super! Dancing” we are all one
big family”.

Together
Anastasia and Ibrahim went to class for first-year students: this
a great way to see how new actors are immersed in the profession. First
a shy young man silently watched the exercises of the students, but
in a few minutes he settled in and was asked to participate in their game. Then
the student actors put dumb sketches: had to instantly navigate
the proposed circumstances and, along with partner, without words to play a small
scene. This experience was for Ibrahim’s quite new, and this is even more
interesting.

After school Anastasia Zavorotnyuk introduced Velkhiev with
the rector of the Studio school Zolotovitskii Igor, which became for him a landmark:
Igor Yakovlevich invited him to enter the Moscow art theatre, and advised a lot of reading and
to go to the performances. Before entering the Institute with the stars “You’re super! Dancing” there
three years, but he already began to think seriously about the acting profession.