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    Alisa Georgievna Koonen (Russian: Али́са Гео́ргиевна Ко́онен), also known as Alice Coonen (October 17 [O.S. October 5] 1889 – August 20, 1974), was a Russian and Soviet actress and the wife of the director Alexander Tairov.

  2. 23 de oct. de 2018 · Espinel, A. (2018). Alisa Koonen: la Salomé Roja. Revista Universidad De Antioquia, (333). Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.udea.edu.co/index.php/revistaudea/article/view/336013

  3. Alisa Koonen. (1899—1974) Quick Reference. (b. Moscow, 17 Oct. 1889; d. Moscow, 20 Aug. 1974) Actress, who, with her husband Alexander Tairov, founded the Kamerny (Chamber) Theatre (1914), where she remained the company's leading actress. ... From: Koonen, Alisa in The Continuum Companion to Twentieth Century Theatre »

  4. Alisa Koonen in the role of Phaedra in Racines Phaedra (Phaedre), directed by Alexander Tairov, designed by Alexander Vesnin, Moscow Kamerny Theatre (premiere: February 8, 1922).

  5. Alisa Georgyevna Koonen, also known as Alice Coonen, was a Russian and Soviet actress and the wife of the director Alexander Tairov. Koonen was born in Moscow in a family of Belgian origin. At age 16 she joined the Moscow Art Theatre and studied with Stanislavski.

  6. Alisa Georgievna Koonen (en ruso Алиса Георгиевна Коонен), o Alisa Coonen, es una actriz rusa, nacida en 1889 y fallecida en 1974.

  7. It was from Tairov's wife, Alisa Koonen, the actress who played Juliet in the original production, that the well-known collector of Russian avant-garde art, George Costakis, acquired the present work circa 1962.