Seattle Novyi Theatre Members
Devin grew up in the lovely and beautiful confines of the glorious San Fernando Valley in sunny Southern California . He was able to cut his acting chops on a wide variety of TV shows and movies including The Love Boat, Simon & Simon, Major Dad, Family Ties, Chicago Hope, ER, The Last Starfighter, Hook, The Buddy System, Beaches, Scarface, The Rock, and Beverly Hills Cop II prior to moving to Seattle. After a break from acting of several years, Devin returned as The Workman in Seattle Novyi Theatre’s production of Uncle Vanya, and Jack in The Dearest of Friends.
Corinne co-directed Seattle Novyi Theatre's production of Uncle Vanya with Leonid Anisimov. She attended Cornish College of the Arts, and studied with Mark Jenkins at Freehold Theatre Lab & Studio. Corinne began training with Leonid Anisimov in January 2006, and can be seen as Polina in The Seagull. She participated in an internationally collaborative performance of Uncle Vanya (as Maria) during the International Festival of Classical Plays in Ussuriiskii , Russia in July 2007 as Mama in Uncle Vanya., which ended with a performance of The Seagull.
Paul has been acting in, directing and producing theater in the Seattle area since 1989. He has been studying and using the Stanislavski System since 2001 when he began working with Leonid Anisimov. Under the direction of Mr. Anisimov he has appeared in The Cherry Orchard, The Seagull, Uncle Vanya and The Lower Depths in Seattle , Tokyo and Russia . Paul has participated in internationally collaborative performances and workshops in Yuda , Japan in 2001, Tokyo in 2003, and Ussuriiskii , Russia in 2007. He is also a member of the Tokyo Novyi Repertory Theater, and had the pleasure of sharing the stage with the beautiful artists of TNRT during their inaugural season.
Born and raised in Sapporo, Japan, Chikako has been interested in theater since she was four years old, and performing with a shadow play group. The death of the leader of the Shadow Play group in 2007 brought back fond memories of her childhood, and motivated her to become involved in Seattle Novyi Theatre. She feels luck to be involved in SNT as she was not able to find something like this in her hometown. Chika gathers great energy living in Seattle and the USA , and will never tire of living here.
Amy is thrilled to be working in theater again after a 20 year hiatus. She appeared as Vonnie in SNT’s production of The Dearest of Friends prior to Winnie in Happy Days. She sends out much love and thanks to her boys – Kevin and Lewis, and all her friends who have been so supportive.
A recent graduate of UW, Joe was recently seen in The Cherry Orchard at UW under the direction of Leonid Anisimov and in This is Our Youth, a Direct Flight Production hosted by WET
Kristine Knutson earns her living as a librarian, studies taichi and is a certified teacher of the Skinner Releasing Technique. After hearing Leonid Anisimov speak about the Stanislavski Technique in 1999 she began to study with him whenever the opportunity arose. Under Anisimov’s direction she has had the opportunity to rehearse the role of Masha in The Seagull and Marina in Uncle Vanya.
Paul has been acting in, directing and producing theatre in the Seattle area since 1989. He has been studying and using the Stanislavski System since 2001. Under the direction of Leonid Anisimov he has appeared in The Cherry Orchard, The Seagull, Uncle Vanya and The Lower Depths in Seattle ,Tokyo and Russia.
Peter has been studying Chekhov and Stanislavski with Leonid Anisimov since 2003. He was involved with an international collaboration in Tokyo, Japan with Russian and Japanese actors in 2003 under the direction of Anisimov. He has appeared in The Seagull and The Lower Depths in Seattle and Tokyo.
stage"27 wagons full of cotton" * tennessee williams * flora "a day for surprises" * john guare * ms. jepson "lithuania" * rupert brooke * anna "the maids" * jean genet * solange "st. anthony & the appendix" * robin rice lichtig * sister salvation "rattle rattle" * sally "the gift" * laurel paxton, wanda moats, & telisa steen * theresa "bless be the tie that binds" * laurel paxton * deborah "'dentity crisis" * christopher durang * woman
commercial, television, & film "stolen moment" * film * driver * 4d4 films shurguard storage * commercial * lisa * comcast advertising sales friends of the animal foundation * psa * northwest afternoon holiday greetings * psa * komo tv
Lynne Compton is a certified teaching member of Alexander Technique International. She has been teaching the Alexander Technique since 1996.
Throughout her training, emphasis was put toward applying the Technique to the skills required by performers. She has taught at Seattle Opera's Young Artists Program, the University of Washington, Cornish College of the Arts, Seattle Pacific University, and others. She has been a Freehold faculty member for five years.
Devin Bartlett He is from Los Angeles.
Guest from Japan on March 10&15, 2007
Ms. Nakazawa is a member of Tokyo Novyi Repertory Theater, and one of the founding members of Perezhivanie Art Theater led by Leonid Anisimov.
Mr. Anisimov has directed Ms. Nakazawa for major roles in many of Tokyo Novyi Repertory Theater productions including Anya in The Cherry Orchard, Nina in The Seagull, Natasha in At The Bottom and Ohatsu in Love Suicides at Sonezaki.
This will be her first stage appearance in the United States. She will also participate in Korean and Russian art festivals in June and July 2007 with Tokyo Novyi Repertory Theater. She is a graduate of Tama College of Art with a major in performing arts.
Symposium in Tokyo
Gallery in Russia
Gallery Uncle Vanya
Gallery The Seagull
Tokyo Novyi Ｔheatre