ESSAYS

Here is the list of my publications (not complete though): if the text is available on the website of the publisher you can read it or get further information on it by clicking on the link. Some of the materials are also available in the PDF format

Doctoral Thesis: Theatre Puppet: Semantics of the Traditional Methods of Manipulation. Saint Petersburg. (1996)

Encyclopédie mondiale des Arts de la Marionnette. Éditions L’Entretemps. 2009 / World Encyclopedia of Puppetry Arts. Coordinator of the East European entries (over 80 pages).

  1. First Effort <First Puppet theatres Festival in St. Petersburg> St. Petersburg Theatre Journal.  1994. № 6. P.85 – 87. IN RUSSIAN
  2. «People, animals and fantoches…» Petersburg Barnum Ernst Rost and English Puppeteer Richard Barnard. Puppeteers in Petersburg. Saint-Petersburg. 1995. P. 93 – 108. IN RUSSIAN
  3. Julia Slonimskaja’s Marionettes. Puppeteers in Petersburg. Saint-Petersburg. 1995. P. 107 – 127. IN RUSSIAN
  4. Adolf Furst (Edward Gordon Craig) on Marionette. In.: Performance’s Frontiers. Selected Articles. Saint-Petersburg. 1999. P.147 – 156. IN RUSSIAN
  5. Puppeteer <Victor Antonov’s trick-marionettes show>. St. Petersburg Theatre Journal.  1997. № 14. P. 49 – 51. IN RUSSIAN
  6. What Children Will Remember About This Short Fairy Tale? On Nina Gernet. Petersburg Theatre Journal. 1998. № 15. P. 54 – 57. With Eric Rausch-Gernet. IN RUSSIAN
  7. Who is who <Two new directors in Russian Puppet theatre – Alexander Borok and Sergey Plotov> St. Petersburg Theatre Journal. 1999. № 17. P. 96 – 99. (With Anna Nekrylova). IN RUSSIAN
  8. Where feet will lead you <Russian Puppet Theatre at the end of 90th>. Theatre Life Magazine.1999. № 1-2.  P- 26 – 28. /Review on Recent Puppet Theatre Festivals in Russia/.
  9. The sole Shadow < Moscow ”Tenb” Theatre”>. St. Petersburg Theatre Journal. 2000. № 20. С. 81 – 84. /On Ten’-theatre, Moscow/. IN RUSSIAN
  10. On the «Potudan» – river and company. <New born St. Petersburg’ company> St. Petersburg  Journal. 2000. № 22. P. 105. /About Performance based on Andrey Platonov’s story/. IN RUSSIAN
  11. Screaming without fear <The Nutcracker in St. Petersburg Fairy Tale Theatre> Kommersant.  2000. 9 Dec.  P. 19.
  12. Empire’ and Cinderella’s new cloth <Puppetry House Theatre> St. Petersburg Theatre Journal.  2001. № 23. P. 37 – 38.
  13. Marionettes in Traditional Puppet Theatre. In: Marionnete theatre of the Symbolism Era. The Edwin Mellen Press. Lewiston. Queenston. Lampeter. 2002. P. 25 – 31.
  14. Theatre Puppet: Semantics of traditional methods of manipulation. Theatre Transaction. Saint Petersburg. 2003. С. 32 – 56.
  15. Nevsky Prospect was Dug up Again <The Nevsky Prospect in “Potudan” Theatre>. Kommersant. 2003. March.
  16. Main intersection <Kukart Puppetry Festival 2003> St. Petersburg Theatre Journal. 2004. N 34. P. 89 – 93.
  17. Z podróży po Rosji / The Russian travelogue. Teatr lalek. # 4. 2003 – # 1. 2004. P. 40-45. IN POLISH AND ENGLISH
  18. POUR QUOI? <Little Red Riding Hood in the Brodyachaya Sobachka Theatre>. St. Petersburg Theatre Journal. 2004. №  35.
  19. Dessert Menu < On XIII International Puppet Theatre Festival in Charleville Mezieres, France. 2003>. St. Petersburg Theatre Journal. 2004. N 34. P. 93 – 96.
  20. Europe. Puppets. End of the Season. <Puppet Theatre Schools Festivals. Wroclaw – Bialystok. Spring – Summer, 2004> After the Flood <XIX World UNIMA Congress and Festival. Rijeka. June. 2004 >. Petersburg Theatre Journal. 2004.  # 4 (38). P. 128 – 132.
  21. Volkhovsky And… Theatre of Miracles. 2005. Special Issue. P. 26 – 28.
  22. Bilder fra en utdanning. Puppet theatre department of Turku Arts Academy. Ånd i  Hanske. 2005. # 1. P 15 – 19. IN ENGLISH
  23. Crossing Borders. Suomen UNIMA:n lehti. Autumn issue. 2005. P.14-16. IN ENGLISH
  24. Actors Stayed Uneaten <Robin Bobin, Kukolnyi Format (Puppet Format) Theatre>. Kommersant daily, Dec. 8. 2005. IN RUSSIAN
  25. Cubic Aces (Tricks With Faust) <Faust in a Cube, AKHE Russian Engineering
    Theatre>. Kommersant daily, Dec. 20. 2005.
     IN RUSSIAN
  26. Direct Yourself  <Kholstomer: The Story of a Horse, dir. Ruslan Koudashov, Brest, Byelorussia>. St. Petersburg Theatre Journal. 2005. N 42. C. 105 – 107. IN RUSSIAN
  27. Much Ado About Everything < “Eternal Song”, dir. Alexei Lelyavsky, Minsk,
    Byelorussia>. St. Petersburg Theatre Journal. 2005. N 42. C. 102 – 104.
     IN RUSSIAN
  28. Anomalous Zone <Russian puppet directing in the 1970-1980s>. Kukart. 2006. # 10-11. p. 95-97. Kukart. 2006. # 10-11. p. 95-97. IN RUSSIAN
  29. On Valery Volkhovsky. Kukart. 2006. # 10-11. p. 104-107. IN RUSSIAN
  30. AXE. E PUR SI MUOVE! Puppetry Today. # 5. 2006. P. 26 – 28. IN FRENCH
  31. No Such Thing <Puppetry for adults>.  Suomen UNIMA:n lehti. Spring, 2006. IN ENGLISH
  32. Le Théâtre Ten’ de Moscou. Puck. La Marionnette et les Autres Arts. # 14. 2006. P. 129 – 138. IN FRENCH
  33. The Puppet Theatre Department of the Turku Arts Academy. Dockteatern. 2007. # 2. P. 14 – 17. IN ENGLISH
  34. AKHE FILES. St. Petersburg Theatre Journal. 2007. N 47. IN RUSSIAN
  35. The Global Warming: On Scandinavian Puppetry School’s Model. Nordic UNIMA magazine. 2008P. 10 – 14. IN ENGLISH
  36. Garri Bardine: la marionnette selon Stanislavski, propos recueillis par Anna Ivanova-Brashinskaya. Puck. Les marionnettes au cinéma. # 15. 2008. IN FRENCH
  37. Who Needs These Puppets, Puppeteers and Their Teachers Alike? Pinnet.fi. Kansainvälisyys osana ammattikorkeakoulujen arkea.  Turku. 2009. P. 45 – 50. IN ENGLISH
  38. Garri Bardin: Animation According Stanislavsky’s Method. St. Petersburg Theatre Journal. 2008. N 1 (51). IN RUSSIAN
  39. Mastership without Master. In a professional puppeteer’s school. 2009. St. Petersburg. IN RUSSIAN

 

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