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Alexander Ivashkevich

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Native name  Александр Ивашкевич
Role  Movie actor
Name  Alexander Ivashkevich
Years active  1985-present
Citizenship  USSR →  Estonia

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Full Name  Alexander Ivashkevich
Born  April 27, 1960 (age 55) (1960-04-27) Tbilisi, Georgian SSR
Occupation  actor, dancer, choreographer
Movies  Iron Lord, Celestial Wives of the Meadow Mari

Alexander Ivashkevich (alternately spelled as Aleksandr Ivaškevi in Estonia, and as Aleksander Ivashkevich; Russian: Александр Ивашкевич) (born April 27, 1960) is a professional theater and movie actor and a tap dancer.

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Education

  • 1978–1982 – The Arts College (cinema and theater acting, stage movement, singing, dancing and fencing). Kharkov, Ukraine.
  • 1993 – Woodpeckers Tap Dance Center. New York, USA.
  • 1996–1997 – Broadway Dance Center. New York, USA.
  • Theater

  • 1980–1982 – The Russian Theater in Kharkov, Ukraine (actor).
  • 1982–1983 – The National Theater in Kharkov, Ukraine (actor).
  • 1983–1984 – The Latvian Baltic Fleet Theater in Liepaja, Latvia (actor).
  • 1984–1985 – The Kaliningrad Theater in Kaliningrad, Russia (actor).
  • Starting from 1985 – The Russian Theater in Tallinn, Estonia (actor).
  • Parts in the theater

    Key roles through the years:

  • 1986 — A Midsummer Night's Dream, by W. Shakespeare – Oberon and Lysander
  • 1987 — Trap №46, height 2“ by Y. Schekochihin, director A. Tsukerman
  • 1989 — Controversum by Pierre de Marivaux, director R. Polak - Azor
  • 1991 — Ciao Rudi musical by P. Garinei and S. Giovannini, director M. Moreydo - Rudolfo
  • 1993 — Butterflies are free by L. Gershe, director V. Filonov — Don Baker
  • 1997 — The Hobgoblin by E. Wilde, director A.-E. Kerge – Tiit Piibeleht
  • 1997 — The vagaries of Marianne by A. De Musset, director S. Cherkasski – Octave
  • 1998 — Sunset Boulevard by V. Denissov, director R. Viktyuk – Joe
  • 1999 — The Taming of the Shrew by W. Shakespeare, J. Fletcher, director G. Korotkov – Petruchio
  • 1999 — The Highway Crossing by J. Tätte, director J. Allik – Roland
  • 2000 — The Idiot by F.M. Dostoyevsky, director Y. Jerjomin – Prince Lev Nikolayevich Myshkin
  • 2000 — French Passion Near Moscow by L. Razumovskaja, director J. Nikolajev – Sergey Ivanovich
  • 2002 — The Storm by A. Ostrovsky – Kuligin
  • 2002 — Dates in June by A. Chekhov – Lomov
  • 2003 — The Phantom of Love by Pedro Calderon de la Barca – Don Manuel
  • 2003 — Toibele and her Devil by I. Bashevis Singer – Alhanon
  • 2003 — The Naked Truth (Le Libertin) by E.-E. Schmitt – Denis Diderot
  • 2006 — The Russian Laughter after F. Dostoevsky, director R.Kozak – Semjon Semjonovich
  • 2007 — Dangerous Liaisons after Ch. de Laclos, director M. Tchumatchenko – Vikomte De Valmont
  • 2008 — The Dresser by R. Harwood, director R. Baskin – Norman
  • 2008 — Woe from Wit by A. Griboyedov, director Y. Jerjomnin – Alexandr Andreyevich Chatsky
  • 2009 — Don Juan by J-B. Molière, director M. Bychkov – Don Juan
  • 2010 — Frederick Or The Crime Boulevard by E.-E. Schmitt, director S. Morozov – Frédérick Lemaître
  • Current repertoire:

  • 2005 — Happy Everyday! by J. Tätte, director R. Baskin – Fred
  • 2011 — Five Evenings by A. Volodin, director A. Kladko – Iljin
  • 2012 — One summer night in Sweden by E. Josephson, director I. Taska – Tarkovsky
  • 2012 — The Island of Polyn, after A. Yablonskaja "The Irons", director L. Manonina — Uncle Vanya (plays in Saint-Petersburg)
  • 2013 — Yes, Mr. Prime Minister by J. Lynn and A. Jay, director I.Taska – The ambassador of Kumranistan
  • Roles in cinema

  • 1980 — A Name on the Snow - leading actor
  • 1981 — The Last Cloud - leading actor
  • 1981 — The Sweet Smell of Success“ – supporting actor
  • 1992 — An Escape to the End of the World – leading actor
  • 1993 — He'll get it hot – stunt man, stunt producer
  • 2005–2006 — No other desires („Elagin Island“) – leading actor
  • 2009 — Ivan the Terrible – Prince A. Kurbsky
  • 2009–2010 — Iron Lord (also titled as Yaroslav - A millennium ago) - leading actor
  • 2012 — The Dragon Syndrome – Malyshev
  • 2012 — Celestial Wives of the Meadow Mari – premiered at the Rome Film Festival
  • Dance projects

    Founder and leader of Duff Tap Studio. He has participated in various international dance projects in the U.S., Finland, Germany, Russia, Estonia, Bulgaria. He has produced choreography for the Estonian production musical such as „Old Curiosity Shop“, „Chicago“, „Crazy for you“, „No, No, Nanette!“. In 2005, 2006 and 2008 he has participated with his dance studio “Duff Tap” at the IDO World Tapdance Championships in Germany, Riesa, where they have won awards. In 1995 – 2007, 2010 he organized, produced and directed annual show „Jazz & Tapp Show“ which is dedicated to International Tap Dance Day. In different years, musicians and dancers from the USA, Russia, Finland, Austria, France and even Japan have taken part in these annual concerts. Live jazz and the best dancers in the World perform during these concerts.

    Awards

  • 2000 — Named the best male drama actor in Estonia for the leading part in the play The Idiot. (Estonia)
  • 2001 — Prizewinner at the festival “Drama 2001”; was awarded the Iron Rose.
  • 2003 — Audience Choice Award in the season 2003/2004 in Russian Theater in Tallinn, Estonia
  • 2004 — Named the best male drama actor of the year in Russian Theater in Tallinn, Estonia
  • 2004 — Named the most professional teacher on the IV Republican Children’s and Youth Festival of Music Theaters.
  • 2011 — Nominated in the category "Best Actor" at the 19th International Film Festival and awarded as „Faithful and talented presentation“ for his role in the movie „Yaroslav. A Milleinium ago". (Kostroma, Russia)
  • 2012 — Awarded as "Best Film Actor" for his role in the movie "Yaroslav. Thousand years ago" at the 20th International Children's Film Festival "Artek". (Artek, Crimea)
  • 2012 — Awarded a special prize for "Best choreographic work" for choreography "Libertango" by IV Youth Festival "Tap dance – 2012." (Yaroslavl, Russia)
  • 2013 — Received the fund "Blagovest" for roles in "Five Evenings" and "One summer night in Sweden."
  • References

    Alexander Ivashkevich Wikipedia


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