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  1. Maria Fyodorovna Andreyeva María Fiódorovna Andréieva ( ruso: Мари́я Фёдоровна Андре́ева, María Fiódorovna Andréieva) conocida con el nombre artístico de María Fiódorovna Yurkóvskaya (Мари́я Фёдоровна Юрко́вскаvik) (San Petersburgo, 1868-Moscú, 8 de julio de 1953 fue una política y actriz rusa. 1 2 3 Índice 1 Primeros años 2 Carrera temprana

  2. Maria Fyodorovna Andreyeva ( Russian: Мари́я Фёдоровна Андре́ева, Mariya Fyodorovna Andreyeva) was the stage name of Maria Fyodorovna Yurkovskaya ( Мари́я Фёдоровна Юрко́вская) (July 4, 1868 – December 8, 1953), a Russian / Soviet actress and Bolshevik administrator. Contents 1 Early life 2 Early career 3 Career in theatrical administration

  3. Maria Fyodorovna Andreyeva; Información personal; Nombre en ruso: Мария Фёдоровна Андреева: Nacimiento: 4 de julio de 1868 San Petersburgo (Imperio ruso) Fallecimiento: 8 de diciembre de 1953 (85 años) Moscú (Unión Soviética) Sepultura: Cementerio Novodévichi: Nacionalidad: Rusa y soviética: Familia; Cónyuge ...

    • Early Life
    • Early Career
    • Career in Theatrical Administration
    • Later Career
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    Her father, Fyodor Alexandrovich Fyodorov-Yurkovsky (Фёдор Александрович Фёдоров-Юрковский, 1842–1915) was the director of the Alexandrinsky Theater, and her mother was an actress. She followed into the steps of her parents. After drama school she went to Kazan, aged 18. She married Andrey Zhelyabuzhsky, who was her elder by 18 years. He was contro...

    After Zhelyabuzhsky received a new post, the family moved to Tiflis, where she had success as an actress. They next moved to Moscow, where Andreyeva worked with Konstantin Stanislavsky at the Moscow Art Theatre. She made her Moscow debut on December 15, 1894. She enjoyed great success. Andreyeva took an interest in Marxist literature and she secret...

    Already by 1914, she was active in attempts to promote classical theatre to the masses. Only after the October Revolution did these endeavours bear fruits. Between 1918 and 1921, she was Commissar of Theaters and Public Shows in Petrograd. She was instrumental in the establishment of the Bolshoi Drama Theater, which opened in 1919. In January that ...

    In 1921 she travelled abroad selling antiques and works of art, and from 1922 she represented the Commissariat of External Trade in relation to the film industry, spending some time with the Soviet trade delegation in Berlin. During this period she separated from Gorky. Between 1931 and 1948, she held the post of Director of the House of Scientists...

    "Maria Fedorovna Andreeva Biography" (in Russian). Retrieved 2008-07-12.CS1 maint: unrecognized language (link)
    Fitzpatrick, Sheila (1970). The Commisariat of Enlightenment: Soviet Organization of Education and the Arts under Lunacharsky. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0-521-52438-5.
    Leach, Robert (1994). Revolutionary Theatre. Routledge. p. 27. ISBN 0-415-03223-7.
    Clark, Katerina (1995). Petersburg, Crucible of Cultural Revolution. Harvard University Press. pp. 101, 103, 107, 110–111. ISBN 0-674-66336-5.</ ...
  4. Andreeva, Maria Fedorovna (1868–1953)Russian actress, theatrical manager, and one of the founders of the Bolshoi Drama Theatre in St. Petersburg. Name variations: (stage name) Maria Andreeva; also known as Maria Fyodorovna or Feodorovna Andreyeva; (real name) Maria Yurkovskaya.

  5. Maria Fyodorovna Andreyeva María Fiódorovna Andréieva (ruso: Мари́я Фёдоровна Андре́ева, María Fiódorovna Andréieva) conocida con el nombre artístico de María Fiódorovna Yurkóvskaya (Мари́я Фёдоровна Юрко́вскаvik) (San Petersburgo, 1868-Moscú, 8 de julio de 1953 fue una política y actriz rusa.

  6. Maria Fyodorovna Andreyeva was the stage name of Maria Fyodorovna Yurkovskaya , a Russian/Soviet actress and Bolshevik administrator.