Published February brbrTheodore Komisarjevsky the Russian theater director and designer was named director of the Bolshoi Theater after the Revolution but fled to Britain when Lenin became less tolerant of the arts In Europe he was credited with introducing Chekhov to the West and also notorious for his unorthodox versions of Macbeth and King Lear Photograph by Nickolas Muray in the February Vanity FairbrbrPhoto licensed from the Cond Nast Collection home of The New Yorker Vogue Vanity Fair and other popular brands Find this and other artwork at the Cond Nast Collection
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