Anatoly Katsynsky

People’s Artist of RussiaAnatoly Katsynsky was born on March 18, 1927.He graduated from the Theater School BV Shchukin in 1948, the course of IM Tolchanov.He worked in the theater of Eugene Vakhtangov from 1948 to 2009.He worked with directors: J. Rapoport, AI. Remizov, R. Simon, E. P. Simon, P. Fomenko.Anatoly Katsynsky died on the night of June 14, 2009.

Don Juan and the Prince of Aragon (Much noise about nothing, 1936)
Hussar (Mademoiselle Nitouche, 1944)
Monk (Grand Sire, 1945)
Baska and Anzholras (Les Miserables, 1950)
Prisoner (First joy, 1950)
Messengers (Today, 1952)
Eglamur (Two Gentlemen of Verona, 1952)
Mathias Clausen (Before Sunset, 1954)
Gennady (Yes, here it is Love, 1955)
Umberto (Filomena Marturano, 1956)
Salieri (Small Tragedy, 1959)
Pervozavnov (Black Birds, 1962)
Ivan Petrovich Aleksandrov (Living Corpse, 1962)
Timur (Turandot, 1963)
Alastair (Millionairess, 1964)
Alexander Chekhov (My mocking happiness, 1965)
Leikin, clerk (Red Cavalry, 1966)
Vagin (Children of the Sun, 1968)
Eugene Nikolaevich (Youth Theatre, 1972)
Che Guevara, (Unfinished Dialogue, 1976)
Lieutenant Korn (Death of Squadron, 1977)
Voynitskiy, Serebryakov (Leshy, 1979)
Theophan Prokopovich (You are our Sovereign, Father, 1991)
Shahryar, the king (Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves, 1995)
Arbenin (Masquerade, 1995)
Way of the Cross. Solo performance, 2005

Acting in the productions of the MDT:
“The Apostle”
“Family Weekend”

Much noise about nothing (the drama), 1956
Your Contemporary, 1967
The operation “Trest”, 1967
Drama on the hunt, 1970
Martin Eden, 1976
The Road to Calvary, 1977
Silver Revue, 1982
Mother Mary, 1982
Thieves and Prostitutes, 2003