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YULDOSH JURABOEV (1978 - )
Yuldosh Juraboev was born in 1978 in Kyrgyzstan and 22 years later, he graduated from Tashkent State Arts Institute in acting for theatre and cinema. Yuldoshs big break came in the lead role as Abel in George Byrons Cain. The production was directed by Ovlyakuli Khodjakuli in association with the Eski Masjud Theatre Company in Karshi, and he also accepted at time as a full member of the Uzbek Youth Theatre. In 2004 he transferred to the Russian Youth Theatre in Tashkent.2005-6 he studied Theatre Direction in Moscow and worked as translator and sound director for the film Hoja Nasretdin, The Game Begins (2006). In 2007 he moved to London, where his work as director and performer includes Navruz Festivals (2010 & 2012) at Cambridge University, 19th anniversary celebrations (2011), Memorial Day of Chingiz Aitmotov for Aitmatov Academy, Pushkin House (2011).In January 2012 with Rashid Shadat, he founded Orzu Arts. They premiered their firstshow, Dervish, written and directed by Yuldosh Juraboev, at the Lion and Unicorn Theatre in March/April 2012 and received 4 stars and excellent critical reviews.
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Nothing in this world lasts for ever, and nothing belongs to us...This story was chosen from thousands of others and comes from the lands of the Great Silk Road. as the legend says, a mighty Khan ruled a great kingdom, but he was not blessed with an heir and suffered from loneliness. also among all his courtiers there was not one he could trust. Instead he relied solely on his beloved horse. the play opens with a wise Sufi Dervish telling his story through poems, rubayats, music and dance.
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