Distinguished Artist of Russia
Natalia S. Kochetova
She graduated from Drama School named after M. Schepkin (course of L. Volkov) in 1969.
Worked in the Tula Regional Theatre of Drama, where she was employed in performances: Five Evenings (Tamara), Enemies (Tatyana), in the Tambov Drama Theatre: Children of the Sun (Lisa), A Profitable Post (Pauline) and Poor Bride (Masha), in the Kazan Drama Theater — Barbarians (Monakhova).
Since 1976 he has worked at Moscow Taganka Theatre. She played Tanya ( Exchange by Yuri Trifonov), Mother ( Fallen and the Living by D. Samoilov).
From 1981 to 2000 she was in the company of the Central Academic Theatre of Russia Army. Among her roles: Zinida ( The one who receives slaps in the face by L. Andreev), Carol ( Orpheus Descending by T. Williams), Lady Macduff ("Macbeth"by W. Shakespeare), Alice (Person for any time by R. Bolt), Prudans ( The Lady of the Camellias by A. Dumas). She played Cassandra in the performance Oresteia by P. Stein and Winnie in the performance Happy Days by S. Beckett in the Moscow Modern Theatre.
Playing in a one-actor performance, which created in collaboration with the poet Marina Kudimova: Perfect joy and"We'll go with you on the A and B.
In the Moscow Theatre managed by O. Tabakov played the role of Frau Zumpe in the performance Synchron by T. Hyurliman (2003).
In 2003, joined the troupe of the Moscow Art Theatre, where she played in performances: Crime and Punishment (Pulkheriya Alexandrovna Raskolnikova) by F. Dostoevsky, The violin and a little bit nervously (Mother) by S. Savina.
Playing Madame Pernelle in the performance Tartuffe, and Pierre in the performance A little bit of tenderness.
In the Moscow Theatre managed by O. Tabakov plays the role of Glumova in the performance Enough Stupidity in Every Wise Man by A. Ostrovsky.
Perfomances in our theatre
The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane, Pelegrina and Doll Conservator Lucius Clarke
Truth Is Good But Happiness Is Better, Felicate