Андрей Абрамов


In 2004, he graduated from the Theatre Art and Technology College, specializing in lighting design. During his studies he began working at the Theatre of the Russian Army.
In 2015, he graduated from the Scenography and Theatre Technology Department of the Moscow Art Theatre School (I. Kharlashko's course). He designed his first production as lighting designer, G. Ibsen's Silver Bells, for the Theatre of the Russian Army. Since 2011 he has been working at the Bolshoi Theatre. Currently he is in charge of the production lighting department of the Bolshoi Theatre.

Productions on the Bolshoi Theatre Historic Stage

Participation in staging as assistant to the lighting designer


P. Tchaikovsky’s The Enchantress
A. Borodin’s Prince Igor
G. Puccini's Manon Lescaut


The Lady of the Camellias to music by F. Chopin
Marco Spada to music by D.-F.-E. Auber
Onegin to music by P. Tchaikovsky

As lighting designer

Strokes through the Tail to music by W.A. Mozart (in the framework of Amore, S. Zakharova project)
12, performance inspired by N. Mikhalkov’s film of the same name (Theatre and Cinema Center under the Guidance of Nikita Mikhalkov, Moscow)

Productions at the other theatres

As lighting designer


Carmen (Bashkir Opera and Ballet Theatre, Ufa)
G. Rossini’s Il Barbiere di Siviglia (Novosibirsk State Opera and Ballet Theatre/ NOVAT)

At the drama theatres:

I'm Afraid of Love by E. Isaeva (Theatre.doc, Moscow)
Anna by A. Feketа (Meyerhold Centre, Moscow)
Portrait of Dorian Gray by O. Wilde (Moscow M. Ermolova Drama Theatre)
Dedicated to Yalta based on I. Brodsky's poem of the same name (Moscow Sovremennik Theatre)
J.-B. Moliere's Don Juan (Moscow Satirikon Theatre)
A. Ostrovsky's An Ardent Heart (Vakhtangov State Theatre)
J.B. Priestley's An Inspector Calls (Moscow A. Pushkin Drama Theatre)
Sugar German based on the novel of the same name by S. Klychkov (Chekhov Moscow Art Theatre)
Metamorphoses-2 (Nikita Mikhalkov Academy of Theatre and Cinema, Moscow)
Romeo and Juliet (Kinder Surprise) (School of Dramatic Art)

W. Shakespeare’sRomeo and Juliet (Russian Youth Theatre/ RAMT)
V. Semenovsky’s The Creep (Alexandrinsky Theatre, St Petersburg)
J. Galceran's Cancun, The Pit based on the novel of the same name by A. Kuprin, A.Ignashov's Special People (Moscow Drama Theatre on Malaya Bronnaya Street)
J. Galceran's The Grönholm method, Playing a Crime, based on F. Dostoyevsky's novel Crime and Punishment (Sakhalin Chekhov International Theatre Centre)
G. Ibsen’s Enemy of the People, B. Shaw’s Pygmalion, A. Miller’s All My Sons, The Man Who Took His Wife for a Hat based on the book of the same name by O. Sacks (Moscow Mayakovsky Theatre)
Government Inspector. Version based on N. Gogol’s comedy, L. Pirandello's It Is So (if You Think So), E. Scribe’s The Glass of Water (Moscow Et Cetera Theatre)
A. Casona’s The One They Don't Expect, A. Chekhov's The Seagull, That Crazy Man Platonov based on Chekhov’s plays, D. Goldman's Elinor and Her Men, P. Beaumarchais' The Barber of Seville, The Good Soldier Švejk based on the novel of the same name by J. Hašek (the Theatre of Russian Army)
W. Allen’s Riverside Drive, WE based on the novel of the same name by E. Zamyatin (Perm Academic Theatre-Theatre)


M. Dunaevsky’s The Flying Ship (Lensovet House of Culture)