Golden Mask (Russian award)

The Golden Mask (Russian: Золотая Маска) is a Russian theatre festival and the National Theatre Award established in 1994 by the Theatre Union of Russia. The award is given to productions in all genres of theatre art: drama, opera, ballet, operetta and musical, and puppet theatre. It presents the most significant performances from all over Russia in Moscow in the spring of each year.

Golden Mask
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Awarded forNational Theatre Award
CountryRussia
Presented byUnion of Theatre Workers of the Russian Federation
First awarded1995; 25 years ago (1995)
Websiteeng.goldenmask.ru
Television/radio coverage
NetworkChannel One Russia

The President of the Award is Igor Kostolevsky (who replaced the late Georgi Taratorkin in 2017).[1]

CategoriesEdit

  • Drama – Best Large Scale Production
  • Drama – Best Small Scale Production
  • Drama – Best Director
  • Drama – Best Actress
  • Drama – Best Actor
  • Drama – Best Designer
  • Drama – Best Light Designer
  • Drama – Best Costume Designer
  • Puppetry – Best Production
  • Puppetry – Best Director
  • Puppetry – Best Designer
  • Puppetry – Best Actor
  • Innovation – Best Production
  • Opera – Best Production
  • Opera – Best Conductor
  • Opera – Best Director
  • Opera – Best Actress
  • Opera – Best Actor
  • Ballet – Best Production
  • Contemporary Dance – Best Production
  • Ballet/Contemporary Dance – Best Balletmaster/Best Choreographer
  • Ballet/Contemporary Dance – Best Actress
  • Ballet/Contemporary Dance – Best Actor
  • Operetta/Musical – Best Production
  • Operetta/Musical – Best Conductor
  • Operetta/Musical – Best Director
  • Operetta/Musical – Best Actress
  • Operetta/Musical – Best Actor
  • Musical theatre – Best Composer
  • Musical theatre – Best Designer
  • Musical theatre – Best Costume Designer
  • Musical theatre – Best Light Designer[2]

Nominees and receptors of the AwardEdit

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ https://www.kommersant.ru/doc/3241186
  2. ^ 19-й фестиваль «Золотая маска»
  3. ^ "ЗОЛОТАЯ МАСКА - ФЕСТИВАЛЬ И ПРЕМИЯ". Golden Mask. Retrieved 2018-01-01.

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