Iosif Mikhailovich Tumanov (real surname Tumanishvili ; 1909 - 1981 ) - Soviet Russian actor , director of the theater and mass performances, teacher . People's Artist of the USSR ( 1964 ). Winner of the Stalin Prize of the second degree ( 1950 ).
|Tumanov Joseph Mikhailovich|
|Birth name||Iosif Mikhaylovich Tumanishvili|
|Date of Birth||2 (15) January 1909|
|Place of Birth||Tiflis |
|Date of death||July 8, 1981 (72 years)|
|Place of death|
director of mass performances,
theater director , opera director ,
|Theater||MAMT them. K. Stanislavsky and Vl. Nemirovich-Danchenko ,|
MTO , GABT
Joseph Tumanishvili was born on January 2 (15), 1909 in Tiflis (now Tbilisi , Georgia ).
There he began his stage activity in 1923 .
In 1929 he graduated from drama courses under the guidance of Yu. A. Zavadsky . In the years 1925-1932 - actor Theater Studio Y. Zavadsky , where he played a number of leading roles. In 1933-1934, he was the chief director of the Moscow Workers Art Theater; in 1934-1936 - director of the New Theater  .
Since 1936 - director, in 1938–1946 - chief director of the Opera House named after KS Stanislavsky (from 1941 - Moscow Musical Museum named after K. Stanislavsky and Vladimir Nemirovich-Danchenko ). In 1946-1953 years - the artistic director of the Moscow Operetta Theater .
In the years 1953-1961 - the chief director of the Moscow Drama Theater. A. Pushkin . Since 1961 - the main director of the Kremlin Palace of Congresses , at the same time in the years 1964-1970 - the Bolshoi Theater .
Art director and director of concerts of many national decades in Moscow, including decades of art of the Buryat-Mongolian Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic (1940) and the Georgian SSR (1958). The main director of the opening and closing ceremonies of the Olympics-80 ( Moscow ), the sports festival of the official opening ceremony of the Druzhba-84 competition, the opening and closing ceremonies of the VI and XII World festivals of youth and students , the opening ceremony of the Goodwill Games in Moscow (the last three as well as festival holidays were developed by him a month before his death and were devoted to his memory).
Since 1928, led pedagogical work. He taught acting at the Theater and Music School named after AK Glazunov (in 1951 he entered GITIS  ). From 1951 he taught at GITIS (since 1965 - Professor ). Since 1970 - artistic director of the courses of actors and directors of musical theater, head of the department of directing GITIS.
Member of the CPSU since 1956 .
Joseph M. Tumanov died July 8, 1981 in Moscow. He was buried at the Vagankovskoye cemetery .
- His wife is Valentina Mikhailovna Yunakovskaya (1909–1998), an actress at the Moscow Operetta Theater .
- Son - Mikhail I. Tumanishvili (1935-2010), actor, film director. Honored Artist of the RSFSR (1991).
Awards and titles
- Merited Artist of the RSFSR ( 1941 )
- Honored Artist of the RSFSR ( 1954 )
- People's Artist of the RSFSR ( 1958 )
- People's Artist of the USSR (1964)
- The Stalin Prize of the second degree (1950) - for the production of the opera “ Trembita ” by Yu. S. Milyutin
- Two Orders of the October Revolution (1976, 1980)
- Three Orders of the Red Banner of Labor (1940, 1947, 1967)
- Order of the Badge of Honor (1955)
Studio Theater of Yu. A. Zavadsky
- 1931 - “The Case of the Souls” by V. Golichnikov and B. Paparigopulo
Moscow Workers Art Theater
- 1933 - “On Hondo Island” by V. D. Pushkova
- 1934 - “Children of Vanyushin” S. A. Naidenova
Moscow Musical Theater. KS Stanislavsky and Vl. I. Nemirovich-Danchenko
- 1939 - “Darvaz Gorge” by L. B. Stepanova (together with M. L. Meltzer , under the direction of K. S. Stanislavsky )
- 1943 - the ballet “Lola” by S. N. Vasilenko (in collaboration with V. P. Burmeister )
- 1943 - “Chapay” by B. A. Mokrousov
- 1946 - “ Masked Ball ” by G. Verdi
Moscow Operetta Theater
- 1947 - “Free Wind” by I. O. Dunaevsky
- 1947 - " The Bat " by I. Strauss
- 1947 - “Restless happiness” by Yu. S. Milyutin
- 1949 - “Trembita” by Yu. S. Milyutin
- 1950 - " Girlish Trouble " by Yu. S. Milyutin
- 1951 - “The Most Treasured” by V.P. Solovyov-Sedoy
Moscow A.Pushkin Drama Theater
- 1954 - “The train can be stopped” by J. McCall
- 1955 - "Wife" A. M. Borschagovsky
- 1956 - “White Lotus” by V.V. Vinnikov and Yu.A. Osnos
- 1958 - “Trees die standing up” A. Casona
- 1958 - "Pillars of society" G. Ibsen
Kremlin Palace of Congresses
- 1963 - Don Carlos by G. Verdi
- 1964 - “October” V.I. Muradeli
- “ Small Land ” by L.I. Brezhnev
- 1966 - “ I. Mazepa” by P. I. Tchaikovsky
- 1966 - “The Legend of the Invisible City of Kitezh and the Maiden Fevronia ” by N. A. Rimsky-Korsakov
- 1967 - “Optimistic Tragedy” by A. N. Holminova
- 1971 - The Pskovite Woman by N. A. Rimsky-Korsakov
- 1940 - “Enkhe-Bulat bator” by M. P. Frolov ( Ulan-Ude )
- 1953 - “ Abesalom and Eteri ” by Z. P. Paliashvili ( Opera and Ballet Theater named after Z. Paliashvili , Tbilisi )
- 1958 - “The Bride of the North” D. A. Toradze (Opera and Ballet Theater named after Z. Paliashvili, Tbilisi)
- 1967 - Khovanshchina and Boris Godunov by M. P. Mussorgsky ( La Scala Theater , Milan , Italy )
- 1975 - “Boris Godunov” by M. P. Mussorgsky ( Colon Theater , Buenos Aires , Argentina )
- 1979 - The Golden Cockerel by N. A. Rimsky-Korsakov ( Colon Theater , Buenos Aires, Argentina)
- 1946 - David Guramishvili (jointly with N. K. Sanishvili )
- Tumanov, Joseph Mikhailovich - article from the Great Soviet Encyclopedia .