Lyudmila Chursina: Burdonsky was a man who knew all about the theatre

© RIA Novosti / Evgeny to Betemporary in Photobacterium Director of the Central academic theatre of the Russian army Alexander Burdonsky. Archival photoLyudmila Chursina: Burdonsky was a man who knew all about the theatre© RIA Novosti / Evgeny to Betemporary the image Bank

People’s artist of the USSR Lyudmila Chursina called died on 76-m to year of life Director Alexander Bordosskogo person who knew about the theatre.

Burdonsky, died Tuesday night in hospital after a long illness. People’s artist of the Russian Federation since 1972, he worked in the Theater of the Russian army. The grandson of the Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the USSR I. V. Stalin, the eldest son of Lieutenant General aviation V. Stalin.

«It took people who knew about the theatre. Alexander was a real workaholic. His rehearsals were not just professional practice, but also life thought. He has trained many young actors who adored him. Care of Bordosskogo is a huge loss for the theatre and for me it is a personal grief. When parents die, comes the orphanage, and I have a care of Alexander Vasilyevich came the abandonment of acting,» said Chursina RIA Novosti.

According to the actress, she worked closely with Burdonsky, it created his most significant theatre role. In particular Chursina played in the set Burdonsky performances of «Duet for soloist», «Eleanor and her men,» «Game on the keys of the soul.»

«We had six performances, had started to work on the seventh. But there was trouble, and he «burned» for 4-5 months», — said the actress.

People’s artist of the USSR Elina Bystritskaya howl in turn, told RIA Novosti that Burdonsky was a man of unique talent and an iron will.

«This is a wonderful teacher, with whom I happened along to teach ten years at GITIS, and very talented Director. His departure is a big loss for the theater», she added.

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