Andriy Zholdak


International presentments



Sweden

Austria

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bulgaria

Columbia

Croatia

Finland

France

Germany
 


Italy

Japan

Korea

Macedonia

Moldova

Poland

Romania

Russia

Slovakia
 


Slovenia

Spain

Nederlands

UK
 


2004 UNESCO Performing Arts Award for contribution to the promotion of performing arts
 


Awards


• UNESCO 2004 Prize for the Performing Arts

• Recognition as the best director on Sibiu festival /Sibiu, Romania/, performances

• UNITER Gala Prize for the best Romanian performance “Othello?!” by Shakespeare in 2002

• Prize of critics on MOT festival /Skopje, Macedonia/, performance “Hamlet.Dreams” by Shakespeare (2002)

• Award of Marek Okopinskiy for the best experimental performance - at the Torun Festival in Poland 2002 “The Seagull”

• Prize of critics on BITEF festival /Belgrade, Yugoslavia/, performance „Three sisters“ by A. Chekhov (2000)

THALIA Prize for the best Finnish performance in 2010 - Anna Karenina

Andriy Zholdak (born 1962) is a Ukrainian director. He was trained at Anatolii Vasyliev’s studio in Moscow. He has a longstanding interest in cinematography (Fellini, Bergman, Paradzhanov, Tarkovskyi) and pictorial art; these arts had had a significant impact upon his style as a director. For a few years, he presided over Kharkiv Taras Shevchenko Academic Drama Theater, where he produced five plays, which, apart from Ukraine, were also presented in many European countries in the framework of prestigious festivals. In 2005, after Kharkiv authorities prohibited his staging of Rome and Juliet. A Fragment he was forced to leave the theater. Since then, he has resided in Berlin permanently and has been working in the leading theaters of Germany, Russia, Romania, Finland, Sweden and Switzerland. He conducts master classes on regular basis in different European countries.

 
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