The actress congratulated the artistic Director of the theater “Contemporary” Galina Volchek with a very special anniversary. Exactly 45 years ago people’s artist of the USSR began to work in the legendary cultural institution. Olga Drozdova made a splash at a social event.
Olga Drozdova, who rarely goes out, on the eve made an exception and attended a recital of the artistic head of the Moscow theatre “Sovremennik” Galina Volchek. Date of the event was chosen by chance – June 21, 1972 was signed the order about appointment of actress and Director for this position. To congratulate Galina Borisovna came many figures of culture and art, including Valentin Gaft, Chulpan Khamatova, Liya Akhedzhakova, Marina Neyolova, Sergei Garmash, Nina Doroshina, Mikhail Efremov and many others.
It should be noted that that evening Olga Drozdova looked terrific. The image of the actress was decorated in red and black shades. It was completed by stylish colourful bag. In addition, Olga wore massive horn-rimmed glasses, and impressed everyone present at the event dense whitish hair. Some have even suggested that it is a wig. Drozdov joined the many warm wishes Volchek.
During the conversation with reporters, she admitted that Galina may be completely different. As noted by Drozdov, Volchek good to experiment with the repertoire of the theater, adding such a bold statement as “Anarchy” directed by Garik Sukachev. At the same time, he told the actress, people’s artist of the USSR, are fond and more classic works.
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The artistic Director of the legendary theater was very grateful to my colleagues for the applause and lush bouquets of flowers. She thanked workers of culture and art.
“I do not like numbers. And I didn’t know how long it’s been. Life goes on, goes on, and thank God. And I think, God, what happiness. We are alive and we the audience go. We have a younger audience hall,” said Galina.
For his recital, and also answered questions from fans. When Galina was in the US in the 1970’s, she studied a lot of American musicals. “Broadway told me all that now passes for innovation, modern, experiment. The principle of one – the absolute absence of the “voltaic arc”, which was neither, and without which there can not be a theater,” – said Volchek, noting that foreign productions lacks empathy.