Honoured Artist of the Russian Federation, Honoured Artist of the Republic of North Ossetia-Alania.
Born on November 27 in Minsk (the USSR, Belarus).
In 1994 Anna Dubrovskaya graduated from the Boris Shchukin Theatre Institute (Vladimir Ivanov’s course) and joined the Vakhtangov Theatre company, though she already had been performing Turandot (‘Princess Turandot’ by Carlo Gozzi) while being a student.
Also during her education in the institute Anna Dubrovskaya was starring as Princess Tarakanova in the play ‘The Imperial Hunt’ by Leonid Zorin directed by Vladimir Ivanov. Later the play was transferred to the Vakhtangov Theatre main stage
Anna became the laureate of two prestigious theatre awards ‘Seagull’ and ‘Triumph’ for the role of Desdemona (‘Othello’ by William Shakespeare). The second ‘Seagull’ was awarded to Anna Dubrovskaya for the role of Beatrice (‘Much Ado About Nothing’ by William Shakespeare at the Malaya Bronnaya theatre).
Selected roles at the Vakhtangov theatre also include Alkmena (‘Amphitryon’ by Moliere), Zinaida Afanasievna (‘Uncle’s Dream’ by Feodor Dostoevsky), Berenika (‘Frederick or the Crime Boulevard’ by Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt), Elena (‘Uncle Vanya’ by Anton Chekhov), Nina (‘Okayomovs’ lifetime’ by Alexander Afinogenov).
Selected roles in other theatres also include Natalia Dmitrievna (‘Woe from Wit’ by Alexander Griboedov), Lucia (‘Kitchen’ by Maxim Kurochkin) in the Theatre Fellowship 814; Lady Capulet (‘Romeo and Juliet’ themed on William Shakespeare staged by Robert Sturua); She (‘The planet’ by Evgeny Grishkovets); Ranevskaya (‘The Cherry Orchard’ by Anton Chekhov) in the LAtheatre.
Selected filmography includes: ‘I desire your husband’, ‘La Dame de Monsoreau’, ‘Black Sea 213’, ‘The case: Blossom of Nation’, ‘Night Watch’, ‘Day Watch’, ‘Lucky’, ‘Us-Them’, ‘Leshy’, ‘If not for happiness’, ‘Butterfly kiss’, ‘Boomerang from the Past’, ‘Going to chase you’, ‘Ivanov’, ‘The army hospital’.
Anna Dubrovskaya is splendid in various roles. Her characters can be delicate or furious, sensuous or mysteries, naive or monstrous. And each of them is performed with a strong talent and wit.