The popular poet, writer and director of theater and cinema - Konstantin Yuryevich Bogomolov - is now well known throughout the post-Soviet space for his innovative ideas in the field of staging classical works. It is the transformation of well-known plots into the area of unusual refraction with the author's new vision that creates that aura of genius when theatrical performances are performed solely because of the director, and not the cast.
The authority of Konstantin Bogomolov is currently associated exclusively with his experimental provocation in the field of theater projects. Despite the fact that the reviews of the theatrical public are often negative and very bright, his professional activity can by no means be called banal and predictable.
The real revolution in the domestic theatrical art associated with the name of Bogomolov lies in his unique approach to each of his performances. It is the cardinal changes in classical works, when several storylines from different plays can simultaneously coexist in one production, that have become the hallmark of the Russian master.
Biography and career of Konstantin Yuryevich Bogomolov
On July 23, 1975, the future odious director was born in the capital's family of film critic and critic. Naturally, the family environment and genetic predisposition could not affect the life attitude of Constantine. Therefore, immediately after receiving a certificate of secondary education, he entered the Faculty of Philology at Moscow State University. A few years after receiving his first higher education, Bogomolov decided to enter GITIS, where, on the course with Andrei Goncharov, he had already formed his creative talent in the form in which everyone sees him today.
Konstantin's creative career developed precisely from poetry. His first lyrical works were poems published in 1990 in the literary magazine "We". And after this experience, he was published in the almanac "Babylon" and the metropolitan collection of poetic debuts "Seventeenth Echo".
Bogomolov's theatrical debut was the production of Lecture on the Benefits of Murder in 2002, after which he was immediately recognized by the theatrical community as a promising and promising production director. This was followed by performances on the stage of the Moscow drama theater named after Gogol and the Theater named after Mayakovsky. And in 2007, the work of Konstantin Yuryevich became well known throughout the country, when he staged the creative performance Much Ado About Nothing on the stage of the theater on Malaya Bronnaya, which was awarded the prestigious Chaika Prize.
Since that time, his name has become directly associated with theater-goers with a unique interpretation of the classics in a modern way. Among the most sensational projects staged by the master, one can single out the play "Mueller's Machine" (2016), where actors with naked bodies appeared on the stage, as well as the play "Central Park West" (2017), in which the theaters remembered Alexandra Child.
And his latest directorial projects in 2018 include Glory and Triumph of Time and Truth.
The director's personal life
Behind the shoulders of the family life of the creative director of theater and cinema was the only broken marriage with the popular Russian actress Daria Moroz. Family relationships lasted from 2010 to 2016. In this family union in 2010, daughter Anna was born.