The leading actor of the Tver academic drama theatre, honoured artist of Russia Boris Lifanov died on stage after the performance, having to bow to the audience. This was reported on the website of the theatre.
Lifanov, according to the theater, “gone as a great artist, as a man devoted to the theatre with all my heart, falling on stage after the bow in the play “Eight loving women”, where brilliantly played the role of Marcel. The report notes that the audience “took the team performance with a standing ovation and long applause artists behind the curtain”.
The farewell ceremony will take place on November 15 at 11:00 in the theater.
Boris Lifanov was born in Tver on March 1, 1957. In 1983 he entered the service in the Tver drama theatre, and in 1987 he graduated from the acting Department GITIS. For 30 years, the theater has played dozens of roles, including the role of Trigorin in “the Seagull” by Chekhov, Sasha Pankratov in “Children of the Arbat” Rybakov, Berkutova in “Wolves and sheep” Ostrovsky, the Hunter in “red riding hood” Gladkov and Kim, a security Guard in “the Bremen town musicians,” Gladkov, Rulle “Antics Carlson” Lindgren. As a film actor he is known for the films “children of the Arbat”, “Provincial passion”, “Full speed ahead!”, “Kadetstvo”.