Died first wife of Vladimir Vysotsky
Iza Vysotskaya was 81 years old.
YEKATERINBURG, July 20. /TASS/. The first wife of Vladimir Vysotsky, people’s artist of the Russian Federation, Iza Vysotskaya died Friday morning in Nizhny Tagil (Sverdlovsk oblast) on 82-m to year of life. TASS said Olga Anisimova, Director of the Nizhny Tagil drama theatre named after D. Mamin-Sibiryak, where he worked worked for.
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“ISA K. passed away this morning at 05:30 [03:30 GMT]. On stage she played to the last,” — said Anisimov.
The Director of the theatre noted that farewell to people’s artist of the Russian Federation will be held in Nizhny Tagil on July 22.
“In the theater, the farewell will not be because she asked me when she was alive to it in the theater remember living actress. The farewell will be in the hall of the funeral service “Requiem”. She was buried in the cemetery on the “walk of Fame”, — said Anisimov.
The management of the theatre plans to install a commemorative plaque iza Vysotskaya, and at the beginning of the theatre season to devote one of the performances.
Iza Vysotskaya was born 22 Jan 1937 in Gorky (now — Nizhny Novgorod). He graduated from the Studio School named Nemirovich-Danchenko at the Moscow art theatre of the USSR. Worked in the Kiev theater named after Lesya Ukrainka, Rostov, Perm, Vladimir. With the 1970 artist of the Nizhny Tagil drama theater, 2002-2012 — a teacher of stage speech for the actor Department of Nizhny Tagil College of the arts.
In the book “With you… without you”, published in 2017 with a circulation of 1000 copies, Iza Vysotskaya remembered how I got acquainted with Vladimir Vysotsky in the spring of 1957 at the celebration after the date of the play “the Hotel “Astoria”. April 25, 1960 they were married in the Riga registry office of Moscow.
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