Snezhana Chernova

BIO:
Graduated from the St-Petersburg State Theatre Arts Academy in Russia. In New York she studied with the legendary Uta Hagen at HB Studio. She took the Jacques Lecoq workshop with Norman Taylor in NYC and a Theatre Pedagogy course with Anatoli Vasiliev in Venice, Italy. She taught speech/speaking voice and acting at Saint Petersburg State Theater Arts Academy and at the Danish Theater School GITIS Scandinavia. Snezhana is also on the faculty at Trinity/La MaMa Performing Arts of Trinity College. She performed in: USA, Canada, Russia, Ukraine, Germany and South Korea. Her favorite roles are: Zoya in Dostoevsky’s UNCLE’S DREAM (International tour with Russian-Canadian Theater), Abby in O’Neill’s DESIRE UNDER THE ELMS (Workshop Theater), Natasha in Chekhov’s THREE SISTERS, Margarita in Bulgakov’s Master and Margarita, Arkadina in Chekhov’s THE SEAGULL (HB Playwrights Theatre), M. Tsvetaeva in CROSSED DESTINIES (Literary Theater Dialogue). She has been performing at the Metropolitan Opera since 2010, working with world renown directors; William Kentridge, Richard Eyre, Tom Morris, David McVicar and others. Film and TV include: THE RING, ALASKA KIDS, PROOF OF BIRTH, POTERPEVSHIY, NO LOVE IN THE CITY, THE LOUISE LOG, OUTWORLD, FOREIGN SOUNDS, MURDER IN MANHATTAN, FX’s THE AMERICANS.

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