Actress Natalya Ershova will celebrate her jubilee on March 13.
Natalya Ershova came to the Alexandrinsky Theater in 1987, right after she had graduated from the Leningrad State Institute of Theater, Music, and Cinematography named after N. Cherkasov (professor I.Gorbachev’s class). She debuted in the role of Donna Anna in the tragic comedy Don Juan by H. Figeiredu (1987). In the years of service at the theater, Natalya Ershova played about 30 roles, among which were Lyolya (Mashenka, A. Afinogrnov, 1987), Khesya (Pany Dulaskaya’s Moral,”G. Zapolskaya, 1988), Akulina (Power of Darkness, L. Tolstoy, 1989), Masha (The Seagull, A. Chekhov, 1990), Bertha (The Cricket on the Hearth, C. Dickens, 1994), etc. Among Natalya Ershova’s best roles was Nadya, foster daughter of a rich landlady Ulanbekova in A. Ostrovsky’s drama A Protegee of the Mistress (Director Alexander Galibin, 1995).
Her recent jobs include the role of Maid in R. Cooney’s comedy “The Tirteenth Room” (Director Vladimir Golub, 2003) and the role of Guide in A. Moguchy’s project after A.Bely’s novel “Petersburg” (2005).