David Borovsky (1934 - 2006)
Began his career in Kiev at the Lesya Ukrainka Russian Drama Theatre. Then worked with director Leonid Varpakhovsky at MkhAT and the Maly Theatre. Began working with Yury Lyubimov at the Taganka Theatre in Moscow in the 1960s. David Borovsky co-authored some of this theatre's most famous productions, such as Alive, Mother, Hamlet, The House on the Embankment, The Intersection, Crime and Punishment, Master and Margarita, The Dawns are Quiet Here, Vladimir Vysotsky, Believe, Comrade, and others.
David worked with Lyubimov, Tabakov, Ginkas. Working with Lev Dodin, David created sets for the performances of Lord of the Flies, Molly Sweeney and Uncle Vanya at the Maly Drama Theatre, the operas Elektra, Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District, Mazepa, Othello, Demon, Salome.
David Borovsky was a People's Artist of Russia. He was awarded the Russian State Prize, the Triumph independent prize, and the Golden Mask Award. He was the holder of gold medals of Russian Academy of Arts and many international exhibitions.