Valery Pecheikin

Valery Pecheikin
  • Full name: Valery Pecheikin

Born in Tashkent in 1984, he studied economy. Worked at the “Ilkhom Theatre”, where his first dramatic work “The Collective Praying with a Pomegranate” was staged. After moving to Moscow, he attended the Maxim Gorky Literature Institute, participated at the new dramaturgy festival “Lyubimovka” and at the “Young Writers Festival and Rough Cuts” organised by the “Royal Court Theatre” in London. He is a laureate of “Debut Prize” and “New Drama Festival” for his play “The Falcons”.
He wrote the play “My Moscow” that won in the competition of Alexander Volodin theatre festival “Five Evenings”. In collaboration with Pavel Lungin, he wrote the script for his film “The Conductor” (directed by Pavel Lungin, 2012).

As a playwright Valery Pecheikin participated in staging of “Metamorphoses” by Ovid, “The Midsummer night’s dream” by Shakespeare, “Idiots” by Lars von Trier, as well as the production “00:00”, shown at the Gogol Center opening ceremony (part “Day”).

Работы в «Гоголь-центре»