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Deaf Actors: Alexander Ostuzhev, Clive Mason, Theresa Poh Lin Chan, Aryana Engineer, Terry Ruane, David Bower,

Deaf Actors: Alexander Ostuzhev, Clive Mason, Theresa Poh Lin Chan, Aryana Engineer, Terry Ruane, David Bower,

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Chapters: Alexander Ostuzhev, Clive Mason, Theresa Poh Lin Chan, Aryana Engineer, Terry Ruane, David Bower,. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 24. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Alexander Alexeyevich Pozharov (Russian: , born April 28 1874 in Voronezh - died March 1, 1953 in Moscow), better known by the stage name Alexander Ostuzhev (Russian: ) was a Russian and Soviet drama actor. Ostuzhev became the lead actor of the Maly Theatre company in Moscow in 1898. He completely lost hearing by 1910 yet managed to stay on stage and play leading roles at Maly until 1952, including critically acclaimed productions of Othello (1935) and Uriel da Costa (1940). Alexander Pozharov was born in the family of a railroad engineer in Voronezh. After two years in high school he was expelled after a conflict with the schoolmaster and had to rely on accidental jobs to make a living. He played as an amateur at a local drama theatre where he was spotted by Alexander Yuzhin. Yuzhin invited Pozharov to Maly Theatre College of Acting in Moscow and granted him a scholarship of 300 roubles annually. Pozharov trained at the College of Acting under Alexander Lensky and Vladimir Nemirovich-Danchenko for two years. In 1898 Lensky set up his own company of actors at Maly Theatre, inviting Pozharov. Young actor adopted stage name Ostuzhev (based on Russian: , English: ), antonymous to his real surname (based on Russian: , English: ). Most common version, later retold by Ostuzhev himself, connects the choice with the director's fear of the public mistaking the actor's real surname with a fire alarm call. Historian Yury Eichenwald proposed a different, perhaps parallel, version, that Lensky chose surname Ostuzhev for being opposite to Alexander's hot temper on stage and in real life. In 1901 the media named him th...More: http://booksllc.net/?id=23963630