Merey Mukhtaruly

Merey Mukhtaruly

Theater artist

Biography

Born in 1990, native of the village of Kuibyshev, Almaty region.

Graduate of the Kazakh National Academy of Arts named after T. Zhurgenov.

In 2013, he was accepted into the cast of the Kazakh State Academic Drama Theater named after M. Auezov.

Roles in the theater:

D. Isabekov "One Hundred Years of Love" (director A. Kakisheva) - Magzhan,

K. Iskak, Shakhimarden "Kazakhs" (director Tungyshbay al-Tarazi) - Tulymdy,

D.Isabekov "Obsessed" (director E.Obaev) - Akylbay,

G. Yesim "Tansulu" (director A. Kakisheva) - son,

I. Vovnyanko "Who killed the actor?" (director A.Ashimov) - policeman,

K.Murat "The Key to Happiness" (director E.Obaev) - 2nd place,

M. Omarova "Taste of Bread" (director A. Kakisheva) - Zhasulan,

W. Shakespeare "Romeo and Juliet" (director O. Salimov) - Romeo,

W. Shakespeare "Othello" (director N. Ptushkina) - Rodrigo,

A. Volodin "Don't part with your loved ones" (director A. Maemirov) - photographer.

Roles

TOMIRIS
Role: Spargapis (son of Tomiris)
Producer: Tungyshbay al-Tarazi, National Artist of Kazakhstan
Author: Shahimarden
MOON AND AISHA
Role: Baryskhan
Producer: Tungyshbay al-Tarazi, National Artist of Kazakhstan
Author: The author of the drama based on the works of the writer Sherkhan Murtaza "Moon and Aisha" and "Front without weapons" is Y. Zhuasbek
MOON AND AISHA
Role: Nurperzent
Producer: Tungyshbay al-Tarazi, National Artist of Kazakhstan
Author: The author of the drama based on the works of the writer Sherkhan Murtaza "Moon and Aisha" and "Front without weapons" is Y. Zhuasbek
AHIKO FROM AKTAS
Role: Guy prisoner under investigation
Producer: A. Maemirov, Honored Worker of Kazakhstan
Author: M. Omarova
TANSULU
Role: Sons
Producer: A. Kakisheva, Honored Worker of Kazakhstan
Author: G. Yesim
HAMLET
Role: Pastor
Producer: Y.Khaninga-Beknazar, Professor, Honored Worker of Kazakhstan
Author: W. Shakespeare. Translation: H. Yergaliev, National Writer of Kazakhstan
ROMEO AND JULIET
Role: Romeo
Producer: O. Salimov, Laureate of the State Prize of Uzbekistan
Author: W. Shakespeare