Stanislovas Rubinovas

Stanislovas Rubinovas was born in Vilnius, on February 11, 1930. In 1949-1951, the artist performed at the Vilnius Russian Drama Theatre. In 1951-1953, he sang in the State Folk Song and Dance Ensemble. In 1956, Stanislovas Rubinovas graduated from Lithuanian State Conservatoire (the Faculty of Opera Singing). Also, he continued his studies at Leningrad State Institute of Theatre, Music and Cinematography. In 1956-1970, he worked as a soloist at the Kaunas State Musical Theatre, and in 1970-1985, he was employed as a soloist at the Lithuanian State Philharmonic Society. In 1976 Stanislovas Rubinovas established the Kaunas Youth Music Studio, which subsequently developed to the Kaunas Youth Chamber Theatre, and ran it until 1984. In 1986, he became the art as well as stage director of the Kaunas Youth Chamber Theatre (renamed to the Kaunas Chamber Theatre in 2005). From 2009, Stanislovas Rubinovas was the art director of the International One-Actor Theatre Festival MonoBaltija held in Kaunas since 2009. Stanislovas Rubinovas has performed numerous roles in operas, operettas and musical performances. In 2010, the Order for Merits to Lithuania (Cross of the Knight) was granted to the artist. Stanislovas Rubinovas died in Kaunas, on October 21, 2013. His earlier works include, inter alia: Gargantua and Pantagruel (French: Gargantua et Pantagruel) by François Rabelais, Peepshow by George Tabori, Antigone in New York (Polish: Antygona w Nowym Jorku) by Janusz Głowacki.



2000 The Dwarf (Swedish: Dvärgen) by Pär Lagerkvist (Kaunas Youth Chamber Theatre)

2001 The Orchestra (French: L’Orchestre) by Jean Anouilh (Kaunas Youth Chamber Theatre)

2001 White Marriage (Polish: Białe małżeństwo) by Tadeusz Różewicz (Kaunas Youth Chamber Theatre)

2002 The Last Woman of Don Juan (Polish: Ostatnia Kobieta Don Juana) by Leonid Żuchowicki (Kaunas Youth Chamber Theatre)

2003 A Shot on the Quay (Lith.: Šūvis krantinėje) by Daiva Čepauskaitė (Kaunas Youth Chamber Theatre)

2004 Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog) by Jerome K. Jerome (Kaunas Youth Chamber Theatre)

2004 A Play for Three Women and the Corpse of Ludwig (Lith.: Pjesė trims moterims ir Liudviko lavonui) (Kaunas Youth Chamber Theatre)

2005 The Midget (Lith.: Neūžauga) based on the The Dwarf (Swedish: Dvärgen) by Pär Lagerkvist (Kaunas Chamber Theatre)

2006 Performance after Performance (Lith.: Spektaklis po spektaklio) (Kaunas Chamber Theatre)

2006 Ten Days from the Life of Willie (Lith.: Dešimt dienų iš Vilio gyvenimo) based on the play Peepshow by George Tabori (Kaunas Chamber Theatre)

2007 John and Beatrice (French: Jean et Béatrice) by Carole Fréchette (Kaunas Chamber Theatre)

2008 Lysistrata by Aristophanes (Kaunas Chamber Theatre)

2008 Hitler and Hitler (Russian: Гитлер и Гитлер) by Konstantin Kostenko (Kaunas Chamber Theatre)

2009 The First Time (Polish: Pierwszy raz) by Michał Walczak (Kaunas Chamber Theatre)

2010 Koba (Russian: Коба) by Edvard Radzinsky (Kaunas Chamber Theatre)

2010 The Utterly Mild Murder (Lith.: Be galo švelni žmogžudystė) by Daiva Čepauskaitė based on the texts by Ray Bradbury (Kaunas Chamber Theatre)

2010 Cafe At Blaise’s (Lith.: Kavinė pas „Blezą“) by Daiva Čepauskaitė based on the play Blaise by Claude Magnier (Kaunas Chamber Theatre)

2011 Day and Night (Lith.: Diena ir naktis) by Daiva Čepauskaitė (Kaunas Chamber Theatre)

2012 The Bald Soprano (French: La Cantatrice Chauve) by Eugène Ionesco (Kaunas Chamber Theatre)

2013 The Truth (French: La Vérité) based on the work by Florian Zeller (Kaunas City Chamber Theatre)