(Obituary)—MIKHAIL IVANOVICH TSAREV. (Pravda, Nov. 11, p. 3. 400 words. Excerpts:) Soviet art has suffered a grave, irreparable loss. Prof. Mikhail Ivanovich Tsarev, eminent Soviet theatrical figure, member of the CPSU, Hero of Socialist Labor, USSR People's Artist and artistic director of the USSR State Academic Maly Theater, has died at the age of 83. ... ... M. I. Tsarev's stage career has been linked with the USSR Maly Theater for half a century. ... His Chatsky and Famusov in "Woe From Wit" [Gore ot uma], Vozhak in "An Optimistic Tragedy" [Optimisticheskaya tragediya] and Glumov in "The Diary of a Scoundrel" [Na vsyakovo mudretsa dovolno prostoty] will live forever in theatrical history...
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|Article Title||(Obituary)—MIKHAIL IVANOVICH TSAREV|
|Source||Current Digest of the Russian Press, The , No.45, Vol.39, December 09, 1987, page(s):32-32|
|Place of Publication||Minneapolis, USA|