Dlia uveseleniia russkoi publiki

Translated title of the contribution: For the enjoyment of the Russian audiences

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapterGeneral public

Abstract

Actors of the St.Petersburg Imperial theatre visited the Russian Alexander Theatre in Helsinki/Helsingfors 1882-1917. Some of them brought their own companies of actors and worked as producers during the short winter season, e.g. the famous actor Alexander Nilsky, who wrote memoirs of Helsinki (1897). According to Nilsky, the relationship with the actors of the Finnish theatre and their director, K. Bergbom, was friendly, the Finns saw the Russian performances, as did Nilski the Finnish plays, whom he considerd good. The only Russian play the Swedish actors came to see was "The Death of Ivan the Terrible" by A. K. Tolstoy, recently translated into Swedish. In the later memoirs of the eminent Finnish director Wilho Ilmari, it is evident that the Finnish audiences got their first and for a long the only impression of the Russian actors art in the Alexander Theatre.
Original languageRussian
Title of host publicationVospominaniia o Gelsingforse : Istoriko-literaturnyi ocherk
EditorsLiudmila Kol
Number of pages14
Place of PublicationHelsinki
PublisherLiteraruS
Publication dateMar 2011
ISBN (Print)978-951-98134-7-9
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2011
MoE publication typeE1 Popularised article, newspaper article

Fields of Science

  • 6131 Theatre, dance, music, other performing arts

Cite this

Byckling, L. (2011). Dlia uveseleniia russkoi publiki. In L. Kol (Ed.), Vospominaniia o Gelsingforse: Istoriko-literaturnyi ocherk Helsinki: LiteraruS.
Byckling, Liisa. / Dlia uveseleniia russkoi publiki. Vospominaniia o Gelsingforse: Istoriko-literaturnyi ocherk. editor / Liudmila Kol. Helsinki : LiteraruS, 2011.
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Byckling, L 2011, Dlia uveseleniia russkoi publiki. in L Kol (ed.), Vospominaniia o Gelsingforse: Istoriko-literaturnyi ocherk. LiteraruS, Helsinki.

Dlia uveseleniia russkoi publiki. / Byckling, Liisa.

Vospominaniia o Gelsingforse: Istoriko-literaturnyi ocherk. ed. / Liudmila Kol. Helsinki : LiteraruS, 2011.

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