To become a person means to find your calling in life, to benefit society and at the end of the path to understand that life has not been lived in vain. Maria Nekrasova is a worthy person in the history of the Vakhtangov Theater. The actress devoted more than 40 years to the theater, played many roles and gave joy to the theater lovers.
Maria Nekrasova was born on November 29, 1988 in the village of Spas-Korkodinovo, Moscow province. From 1916 to 1920 she studied at the Shalyapin studio. Here she began to make her dream come true.
The year 1922 came, and a graduate of the Vakhtangov School, Maria Nekrasova became an actress of the Vakhtangov Theater, and served this theater for almost forty years. Thanks to the directorial creativity of E. Vakhtangov and her acting education, the young actress learned to sharply feel the modernity, learned to feel the uniqueness of the stage form so that it would correspond to the content of the work.
F. I. Chaliapin and E. B. Vakhtangov played an important role in her beginning stage career, because these great people knew how much work and painful experiences were hidden behind the external attractiveness of acting.
The creativity of the actress
The beginning of the creative activity of the actress is the 20s of the twentieth century. Twenty-five years old in 1924, Maria Nekrasova played the role of the merchant's daughter Agafya Tikhonovna Kuperdyagina in the play by N. V. Gogol's "The Marriage".
Another role is Abbess Melania, sister of Yegor Bulychov's wife in the play by A. M. Gorky "Egor Bulychov and Others". This play was directed by B. E. Zakhava.
In "The Human Comedy" by the French writer Honore de Balzac, Maria Nekrasova will become Madame Vauquet, a greedy and angry old woman who rents out an apartment, providing guests with paltry breakfasts, lunches and dinners.
In the play by A. N. Ostrovsky "Guilty Without Guilt" Maria Nekrasova appears before the audience as a bourgeois woman, Arina Galchikha, who worked as a governess and took children into foster care. When the actress Kruchinina, looking for her son, asked her to show her son's grave, Galchikha said that the boy was ill, and when he was recovering, everyone called "mom, mom." The last thing Galchikha reported was that she gave him to a childless family for money.
In another performance based on the play by A. N. Ostrovsky's "Thunderstorm", Maria Nekrasova will play the female role - the wanderer of Feklusha - an ignorant woman who frightens everyone with God's punishment for their sins.
In 1946, Maria Nekrasova was awarded the title of Honored Artist of the RSFSR for theatrical creativity.
In 1960, Maria starred in the film "One Line". Her role is Musatov's wife, Natalya Vasilievna.
The actress started a family with theater director and actor B. E. Zahavoy. Daughter B. E. Zakhava and M. F. Nekrasova - Natalia - who became a director-teacher, a theater critic, wrote poetry since childhood. Her book of poems "And the secret is revealed to me" was published. The fate of both daughters in the personal life of Maria Nekrasova occupied a large place.
Results of life
The life path of Maria Nekrasova, who made a significant contribution to the development of Russian theater, ended in Moscow on January 13, 1983.