Я долгое время был связан с театром

На протяжении долгого периода моей творческой жизни я был связан исключительно с театром и сценой. Я — сын выдающегося театрального художника России и актрисы Школы МХАТ, с детских лет был в театральной среде где и вырос. Мои первые постановки спектаклей относятся еще к 1970-м годам, но на протяжении многих лет творчества мне посчастливилось создавать декорации и главным образом костюмы ко многим балетным, оперным и драматическим постановкам по всему миру.

Международная карьера привела меня в десятки стран, где моя работа была показана во многих выдающихся театрах, а постановщиками этих спектаклей были режиссеры и хореографы с мировыми именами.

Полный список этих спектаклей, которых более 100, я впервые теперь публикую, с радостью делюсь этой уникальной информацией!

SET AND COSTUMES BY ALEXANDRE VASSILIEV FOR PLAYS, OPERAS, BALLETS

  • 1981. Poverty is not a sin. Play by Alexandre Ostrovsky. Saratov Academic Kiselev Youth Theatre, Saratov, Russia. Staged by Peter Vassiliev. Costumes by Alexandre Vassiliev. Not implemented.
  • 1981. Vivat! Vivat Regina! Play by Robert Bolt. Moscow Art Theatre School, Moscow, Russia. Staged by Anna Komolova. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1982. Diletants trip. Play by Bulat Okudzhava. Moskontzert, Moscow, Russia. Staged by Alla Azarina. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1982. The Pope Jeanne (Jeanne la Papesse). Play by Odile Ehret. Theatre de la Tempete — Cartoucherie, Paris and Culturel center of Poitiers, Poitiers, France. Director Ewa Lewinson. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1982. Wolves and Sheep. Play by Alexander Ostrovsky. Theatre on Malaya Bronnaya, Moscow, Russia. Director Alexander Dunaev. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1983.Spender. Play by Nikolai Leskov. Moscow theatre named after Nikolay Gogol, Moscow, Russia. Staged by AlexanderDunaev. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1983. Without a Dowry. Play by Alexandre Ostrovsky. Komsomolsk-on-Amur drama theatre, Komsomolsk-on-Amur, Russia. Staged by Alexandre Dunaev. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1983. Wolves and Sheep. Play by Alexander Ostrovsky. Rostock People’s Theatre (Volkstheater Rostock), Rostock, East Germany. Director Alexander Dunaev. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1984. Heart of a dog (Le Ceur du chien). Play by Мikhail Bulgakov. Theatre de l’Episserie, Paris, Avignon Festival, Avignon, France. Director Alexandre Arbatt. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1984. The Animal in the Dawn (L’Animal dans l’Aube). Compagnie Georges Bonnaud. Théâtre Présent, Paris and Festival de Bourges, Bourges, France. Staged by George Bonnaud. Costumes by Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1984. The Den. Play by Franz Kafka. Natinal modern Museum, Paris, France. Director Frederic Klepper. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1984. The Palace Gallery (Les Galleries du Palais). Play by Pierre Corneille. Avignon Festival, Avignon and Theater of the Cité Internationale, Paris, France. Director Ewa Lewinson. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev and Patricia Darvenne.
  • 1985. The Ridiculous Précieuses (Les Précieuses ridicules). Play by Molière. Théâtre duJardin d’Acclimatation, Paris, France. Director Alexandre Arbatt. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1985. The Triumph of Love. Play by Pierre de Marivaux. Théâtre du Rond-Point, Paris, France. Director Frederic Klepper. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1985. Wild honey. Play by Anton Chekhovadapted by Michael Frayn. The National theatre of Iceland, Reykjavik, Iceland. Director Thorhildur Thorleifdottir. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1985−07−06. Colorful Tales (Contes bariolés). Play by Anton Chekhov. Avignon Festival, Avignon, France. Directed by Michel Vitold and Gérard Vantaggioli. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1986. Marina Tsvetaeva: Poet. Outcast. Play. Royal National Theatre, Cottesloe stag, London, UK. Director Irina Brown. (With Fiona Shaw). Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1986. Paths of a walk (Percorsi di una passeggiata). Ballet by Philip Glass. Ballet of Tuscany, Florence, Italy. Choreography Eugene Polyakov. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1987. Sweet skin story. (Dedicated to body-care company Nivea 105th anniversary.) Ballet. The Micha van Hoecke Ensemble, Brussels, Belgium. ChoreographyMicha van Hoecke. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1987. The Idiot. Ballet by Dmitri Shostakovich. Royal Ballet of Flanders, Antwerp, Belgium. Choreography Valery Panov. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1987. Weekend in Havana. Ballet. Ballet of Tuscany, Florence, Italy. Choreography Lynn Seymour. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1987−03−15. Eugene Onegin. Opera by Piotr Tchaikovsky. Bonn State Opera, Bonn, Germany. Director Yury Lyubimov. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1987−09−06. Giselle. Ballet by Adolphe Adam. The Willis Ballet, Texas, USA. Produced and directed by Peggy Willis-Aarnio. Choreography Valery Panov. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1987−10−27. Sintonie. Ballet by Giovani Battista Pergolesi. Theater of Pisa-Ballet of Tuscany, Pisa, Italy. Choreography Eugene Polyakov. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1988. Romeo and Juliet. Ballet by Sergei Prokofiev. Ankara State Opera and Ballet, Ankara, Turkey. Choreography Valery Panov. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1988. The Idiot. Ballet by Dmitri Shostakovich. Ankara State Opera and Ballet, Ankara, Turkey. Choreography Valery Panov. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1988. The Tales of Hoffmann. Opera by Jacques Offenbach. The National theatre of Iceland, Reykjavik, Iceland. Director Thorhildur Thorleifdottir. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1989. 1942. Ballet. Music by Dmitri Shostakovich. Lucerne Theatre, Lucerne, Switzerland. Choreography Ben van Cauwenbergh. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1989. Abschied (Farewell). Ballet. Lucerne Theatre, Lucerne, Switzerland. Choreography Maria Barrios. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1989. Anthony and Cleopatra. Ballet by Aram Khachaturian music. Istanbul State Opera and Ballet, Istanbul, Turkey. Choreography Valery Panov. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1989. Madame Pompadour. Operetta by Leo Fall. Lucerne Theatre, Lucerne, Switzerland. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1989. Nana. Play based on Emile Zola. Grévin Theater in Paris, Paris, France. Directed and adapted by Xavier Marcheschi. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1989. The Idiot. Ballet by Dmitri Shostakovich. Santiago de Chile Ballet, Santiago, Chile. Choreography Valery Panov. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1989. The Marriage of Figaro. Comic opera by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The National theatre of Iceland, Reykjavik, Iceland. Director Thorhildur Thorleifdottir. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1989.The Nutcracker. Ballet by Pyotr Tchaikovsky. Masako Ohya Ballet, Osaka, Japan. Choreography Valery Panov. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1989. Three sisters. Ballett-Fantasie. Lucerne Theatre, Lucerne, Switzerland. Choreography Valery Panov. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1990. Percussion. Ballet. Music by Sven-David Sandstrøm. Alien. Ballet. Music by Sergei Prokofiev. Brahms Dances. Ballet. Lucerne Theatre, Lucerne, Switzerland. Choreography Ben van Cauwenbergh. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1990. Raymonda. Ballet by Alexander Glazunov. The Scottish ballet, Glasgow, U.K. Choreography by Galina Samsova. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1990. The Nutcracker. Ballet by Pyotr Tchaikovsky. Beijing Institute of Dancing, Beiyng, China. Director Masaru Akamatsu. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev. A Revival.
  • 1990−02−23. Pagliacci (Clowns). Opera by Ruggero Leoncavallo. The Icelandic Opera, Reykjavik, Iceland. Director and author of dancing and choir movements Terence Etheridge. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1990−03−24. Don Quixote. Ballet by Ludwig Minkus. National Theater of São Carlos, Lisbon, Portugal. Choreography Alexander Gorskiafter Marius Petipa. Directors Eric Volodin and Maja Samochvalova. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1991. Anna Bolena. Opera by Gaetano Donizetti. The Santiago Municipal Theater, Santiago, Chile. Director Carlo Maestrini. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1991. The Great Gatsby. Florence Municipal Theatre, Italy. Choreography Andre Prokovsky. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev. Not implemented.
  • 1992. Pieces of people. Cole Porter. Ballet. Hong Kong Ballet, Hong Kong, China. Choreography Amanda Olivier. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1992. Poem in the form of songs (Poème sous forme de chansons). Ballet du Nord, Roubaix, France. Choreography Andre Prokovsky. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1992. The Puritans (I Puritani).Opera by Vincenzo Bellini. The Santiago Municipal Theater, Santiago, Chile. Director Carlo Maestrini. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1992. The Storm. Ballet by Dmitri Shostakovich. Florence Municipal Theatre, Italy. Choreography Andre Prokovsky. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1993. Dance as Song — Song as Dance. Ballet by Jacques Brel / Erwin Schulhoff. Wiesbaden State theatre and opera house, Wiesbaden, Germany. Choreography Ben van Cauwenbergh. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1993. Louisa Miller. Opera by Giuseppe Verdi. The Santiago Municipal Theater, Santiago, Chile. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1993. Romeo and Juliet. Ballet by Sergei Prokofiev. Wiesbaden State theatre and opera house, Wiesbaden, Germany. Choreography Ben van Cauwenbergh. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1993. The Sleeping beauty. Ballet by Pyotr Tchaikovsky. Ankara State Opera and Ballet, Ankara, Turkey. Choreography Sulamin Messerer. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1993. The Three Musketeers. Ballet by Giuseppe Verdi / Guy Woolfenden. Asami Maki Ballet, Tokyo, Japan. Choreography Andre Prokovsky. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1994−10−28. The Queen of Spades. Ballet by Piotr Tchaikovsky / Guy Woolfenden. Ballet West, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. Choreography Andre Prokovsky. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1995. Cinderella. Ballet bySergeiProkofiev. Hong Kong Ballet, Hong Kong, China. Choreography Peter Anastos. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1995. Hofmann. Play by Andrei Tarkovsky. Moscow Art Theatre, Moscow, Russia. Director Nikolai Skorik. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1995. Prince Igor (Knyaz Igor). Opera by Alexandr Borodin. The Santiago Municipal Theater, Santiago, Chile. Director Dejan Miladinović. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev. Not implemented.
  • 1995. Romeo and Juliet. Ballet by Sergei Prokofiev. Asami Maki Ballet, Tokyo, Japan. Choreographers Asari Plisetsky and Maki Asami. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1995. The Swan Lake. Ballet by Pyotr Tchaikovsky. Wiesbaden State theatre and opera house, Wiesbaden, Germany. Choreography Ben van Cauwenbergh. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1995. The Three Musketeers. Ballet by Giuseppe Verdi / Guy Woolfenden. Royal Ballet of Flanders, Antwerp, Belgium. Choreography Andre Prokovsky. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1995−03−04. Anna Karenina. Ballet by Guy Woolfenden. Hong Kong Ballet, Hong Kong. Choreography Andre Prokovsky. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1996. Cinderella. Ballet bySergeiProkofiev. Cincinnati Ballet, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. Choreography Peter Anastos. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1996. Gaité Parisienne. Ballet by Jacques Offenbach. Wiesbaden State theatre and opera house, Wiesbaden, Germany. Choreography Ben van Cauwenbergh. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1996. The Nutcracker. Ballet by Pyotr Tchaikovsky. Antwerp City Theater, Antwerp, Belgium. Choreography Andre Prokovsky. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1996. Traviata. Ballet by Giuseppe Verdi. Singapore Dance Theatre, Singapore. Choreography Andre Prokovsky. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1997. Cinderella. Ballet by Sergei Prokofiev. Nevada Ballet Theatre, Las Vegas, USA. Choreography Peter Anastos. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1997.Paquita. Ballet by Édouard Deldevez and Ludwig Minkus. Ankara State Opera and Ballet, Ankara, Turkey. ChoreographyCarolina Llorca. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1997. Romeo and Juliet. Balletby Sergei Prokofiev. Royal Ballet of Flanders, Antwerp, Belgium. Choreography Andre Prokovsky. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1997. The Three Musketeers. Ballet by Giuseppe Verdi / Guy Woolfenden. Ankara State Opera and Ballet, Ankara, Turkey. Choreography Andre Prokovsky. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1997−03−31. La Bayadere. Ballet by LudwigMinkus. Ankara State Opera and Ballet, Ankara, Turkey. Choreography Michail Messerer after Marius Petipa. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1998. Carmen. Opera by Georges Bizet. Ankara State Opera and Ballet, Ankara, Turkey. Stage director Kuzman Popov. ChoreographyDeniz Cig. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1998. Don Quixote. Ballet by Ludwig Minkus. The National Dance Company, Mexico, Mexico. Mexico. Choreography by Caroline Llorca. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1998. Giselle. Ballet by Adolphe Adam. Ankara State Opera and Ballet, Ankara, Turkey. Choreography Rino Pedrazzini. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1998. Giselle. Ballet by Adolphe Adam. Wiesbaden State theatre and opera house, Wiesbaden, Germany. Choreography Ben van Cauwenbergh. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1998. Harem. Ballet. Ankara State Opera and Ballet, Ankara, Turkey. Director and choreography Merih Cimenciler. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.A. Revival.
  • 1998. Harem. Ballet. Mersin State Opera and Ballet, Mersin, Turkey. Director and choreography Merih Cimenciler. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1998. Lady of the Camellias. Ballet by Frédéric Chopin. Asami Maki Ballet, Tokyo, Japan. Choreography Asari Plisetsky and Maki Asami. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1998. Orpheus and Eurydice. Operaby Christoph Willibald Gluck. Opera Atelier, Toronto, Canada. Director Marshall Pynkoski. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1998−11−06−07. Princess and the Pea. Ballet by Carmon DeLeone. Cincinnati Ballet, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. Choreography Victoria Morgan. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1998−11−07. The Three Musketeers. Ballet by Giuseppe Verdi / Guy Woolfenden. Polish National Ballet (Teatr Wielki), Warsaw, Poland. Choreography Andre Prokovsky. Set and costumes Aleksandr Wasiljew-Gulewicz.
  • 1998−12−19. The Nutcracker. Ballet by Pyotr Tchaikovsky. Ankara State Opera and Ballet, Ankara, Turkey. Choreography Sahneye Koyan, Andre Prokovsky. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1999. Harem. Ballet. Istanbul State Opera and Ballet, Istanbul, Turkey. Director and choreography Merih Cimenciler. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev. A Revival.
  • 1999. The Sleeping beauty. Ballet by Pyotr Tchaikovsky. Cincinnati Ballet, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 1999−10−21. The Tales of Hoffmann. Opera by Jacques Offenbach. Lithuanian National Opera and Ballet Theatre, Vilnius, Lithuania. Director and choreography Monika Wiesler. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 2000. Giselle. Ballet by Adolphe Adam. Saxon State Opera (Sächsische Staatsoper), Dresden, Germany. Choreography Vladimir Derevianko. Set Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 2000. The Sleeping beauty. Ballet by Pyotr Tchaikovsky. Samara Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre, Samara, Russia. Choreography Nikita Dolgushin. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 2000. The Three Musketeers. Ballet by Giuseppe Verdi / Guy Woolfenden. Young Ballet of France. Choreography Andre Prokovsky. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 2000−09−29. The Nutcracker. Ballet by Pyotr Tchaikovsky. Latvian National Opera and Ballet, Riga, Latvia. Choreography and staging Aivars Leimanis. Set and costumesAlexandre Vassiliev.
  • 2001. Dreams of love. History of tango. SponsorArt Connections (U.S.A). Estrady theater, Moscow, Russia. Choreography Ala Sigalova and Gediminas Taranda.
  • 2001−09−23. La Bayadere. Ballet by Ludwig Minkus. The National Dance Company, Mexico, Mexico. Choreography by Marius Petipa revised by Caroline Llorca. Stage director Sylvie Reynaud. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 2001−10−18. Seven Deadly Sins. Opera-ballet after Kurt Weill and Bertold Brecht. Lithuanian National Opera and Ballet Theater, Vilnius, Lithuania. Director and choreography Alla Sigalova. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev. (2001−07−14 Trakai Castle, Lithuania).
  • 2002−05−09. The Swan Lake. Ballet by Pyotr Tchaikovsky. Royal Ballet of Flanders, Antwerp, Belgium. Choreography Jan Fabre. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 2003. Romeo and Juliet. Ballet by Sergei Prokofiev. Ankara State Opera and Ballet, Ankara, Turkey. Choreography Choreography Andre Prokovsky. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 2003. Romeo and Juliet. Balletby Sergei Prokofiev. Royal Ballet of Flanders, Antwerp, Belgium. Choreography Andre Prokovsky. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 2003. The Idiot. Ballet by Dmitri Shostakovich. Ankara State Opera and Ballet, Ankara, Turkey. Choreography Valery Panov. Set and Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev. A Revival.
  • 2003. The Nutcracker. Ballet by Piotr Tchaikovsky. Nevada Ballet Theatre, Las Vegas, USA. Artistic director Bruce Steivel. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 2004. Love Bird (Çalıkuşu). Ballet. Mersin State Opera and Ballet, Mersin, Turkey. Director and choreography Merih Cimenciler. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 2005. Dardanelles (Çanakkale). Ballet. Istanbul State opera and ballet, Istanbul, Turkey. Director and choreography Merih Cimenciler. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 2005−06−18. Lady of the Camellias. Ballet by Pyotr Tchaikovsky. Wiesbaden State theatre and opera house, Wiesbaden, Germany. Choreography Ben van Cauwenbergh. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 2006. The Nutcracker. Ballet by Pyotr Tchaikovsky. Antalya State Opera and Ballet, Antalya, Turkey. Choreography Lev Ivanov. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev. A Revival.
  • 2006−02−28. Life with the emperor. Pictures for the exhibition. Play. Theater and Museum Project of State A.S. Pushkin Museum, Moscow, Russia. Director Andrei Berkutov. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 2006−07−05. The Three Musketeers. Ballet by Giuseppe Verdi / Guy Woolfenden. The Santiago Municipal Theater, Ballet of Santiago, Santiago, Chile. Choreography Andre Prokovsky. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 2006−10−26. The Two Pigeons (Les Deux Pigeons). Ballet byAndré Messager. Tbilisi Zakaria Paliashvili Opera and Ballet State Theatre, Tbilisi, Georgia. Choreography Frederick Ashton. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev and David Monavardisashvili.
  • 2007−05−12. The Tale of the Fisherman and the Fish. Play by Alexander Pushkin. Theater and Museum Project of State A.S. Pushkin Museum, Moscow, Russia. Director Andrei Berkutov. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 2007−12−15. La Bayadere. Ballet byLudwigMinkus. Novosibirsk Opera and Ballet Theatre, Russia. Choreography VladimirPonomaryov and VakhtangChabukiani after Marius Petipa. Stage director DavidMonavardisashvili. Costumes AlexandreVassiliev.
  • 2008. Harem. Ballet. Antalya State Opera and Ballet, Antalya, Turkey. Director and choreography Merih Cimenciler. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev
  • 2008−12−25. Snowstorm. Play by Alexander Pushkin / Vassily Sigarev. Moscow Art Theatre, Moscow, Russia. Director Nikolai Skorik. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 2008−12−29. Anna Karenina. Ballet by Guy Woolfenden. Ankara State Opera and Ballet, Ankara, Turkey. Choreography Andre Prokovsky. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 2009. Shtrausiana. Ballet by Johann Strauss. Stanislavski and Nemirovich-Danchenko Moscow Academic Music Theatre, Moscow, Russia. Choreography Vladimir Burmeister. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 2009−02−07. Portrait. Part I. Play by Nikolai Gogol. Theater and Museum Project of State A.S. Pushkin Museum, Moscow, Russia. Director Andrei Berkutov. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 2009−05−14.TheMad Day, or the Marriage of Figaro. Play by Pierre Beaumarchais. Moscow Oleg Tabakov Theater and Moscow Art Theatre, Moscow, Russia. Director Constantin Bogomolov. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 2009−06−11. Sleeping beauty. Ballet by Pyotr Tchaikovsky. Rostov State Musical Theater, Rostov-on-Don, Russia. Choreography Alexei Fadeyechev. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 2009−10−22. From Siberia to Moscow. August Bournonville’s ballet. Music by Carl Christian Möller. Tbilisi Zakaria Paliashvili Opera and Ballet State Theatre, Tbilisi, Georgia. Director Frank Andersen. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 2010. Anna Karenina. Ballet by Guy Woolfenden. Antalya State Opera and Ballet, Antalya, Turkey. Choreography Andre Prokovsky. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 2010. The Three Musketeers. Ballet by Giuseppe Verdi / Guy Woolfenden. Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre, USA. Choreography Andre Prokovsky. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 2010−04−29. Tovarishch. Play by Jacques Deval. Primorsky Academic Regional Drama Theater named after M. Gorky, Vladivostok, Russia. Stage director Efim Zvenyatsky. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 2010−06−13. Caesar and Cleopatra. Musical by Alexander Zhurbin. Moscow operetta theatre, Moscow, Russia. Director Zhanna Zherder. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 2011. Three Musketeers. Ballet by Giuseppe Verdi / Guy Woolfenden. Louisville ballet, Louisville, Kentucky, USA. Choreography Andre Prokovsky. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 2011−01−31. Enough. Performance. Theater and Museum Project of State A.S. Pushkin Museum, Moscow, Russia. Director Andrei Berkutov. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 2011−02−17. The Three Musketeers. Ballet by Giuseppe Verdi / Guy Woolfenden. Théâtre du Capitole, Toulouse, France. Choreography Andre Prokovsky. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 2011−10−21. The Swan Lake. Ballet by Pyotr Tchaikovsky. Samara Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre, Samara, Russia. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 2012. Tovarishch. Play by Jacques Deval. Baltic House, St. Petersburg, Russia. DirectorAndrey Gavryushkin. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 2012−10−20. Le Pavillon d’Armide. Ballet by Nikolai Tcherepnin. Samara Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre, Samara, Russia. Choreography Nikita Dolgushin after Michel Fokine. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 2013−12−14. The Nutcracker. Ballet by Piotr Tchaikovsky. Bay Pointe Ballet, South San Francisko, USA. Director Bruce Steivel. Set and costumes Alexandre Vassiliev. A Revival.
  • 2014−11−01. Laurencia. Ballet by Alexander Krein. Bolshoi Тheatre of Belarus, Minsk, Belarus. Choreography Vakhtang Chabukiani. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 2016−10−22. To Love. Play. Mikhail Chekhov Riga Russian Theatre, Riga, Latvia. Director and choreography Alla Sigalova. CostumesAlexandre Vassiliev.
  • 2017−06−21. Laurencia. Ballet by Alexander Krein. Tbilisi Zakaria Paliashvili Opera and Ballet State Theatre, Tbilisi, Georgia. Choreography Vakhtang Chabukiani. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev.
  • 2018−12−05. The Twentieth Century. The Ball. Play. Moscow Art Theatre, Moscow, Russia. Director Alla Sigalova. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev and Maria Danilova.
  • 2019−04−07. Laurencia. Ballet by Alexander Krein. University of Music and Performing Arts, Munich, Germany. Choreography Vakhtang Chabukiani. Costumes Alexandre Vassiliev. A Revival.