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Olga Pavluk studied technologies and set designing at the Moscow Academic Art Theatre School. From 2009 to 2023, she worked at the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow as technical designer. She was technical director of the national exhibition of the Russian Federation at the XIII Quadrennial in Prague in 2015. She teaches set technology at the Moscow Academic Art Theatre School and the British Higher School of Art and Design.
She collaborated on various productions with Kirill Serebrennikov, including at the Moscow Gogol Centre, The Same Old Story based on Goncharov’s novel, and the project “Platform” in 2014, Who Lives Well in Russia based on Nekrasov’s poem (2015), Pecheykin’s Kafka (2016) and Pushkin’s Little Tragedies (2017).
Other works include Nabucco at Staatsoper in Hamburg in 2019, Decameron, based on Boccace’s short stories, at Deutsches Theater in Berlin and Gogol Centre in Moscow in 2020, The Nose at Bayerische Staatsoper in Munich and Parsifal at Staatsoper in Vienna in 2021, The Black Monk at Thalia Theatre in Hamburg and Gogol Centre in Moscow, and Der Freischütz at the Dutch National Opera in 2022.
Olga Pavluk is a member of the International Organisation of Scenographers, Theatre Architects and Technicians.
Paris Opera debut
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