A Russian Director Criticized Putin's War. This Is What Her Life Looks Like Now

Following Russia's violent invasion of Ukraine, Marina Davydova, a central figure in the theater world, called on people to sign a manifesto aimed at President Putin. 'Russia was taken over by secret services’

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Liza Rozovsky
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“Apparently the time has come for me to talk about what has happened to me in recent days. I’m no longer able to reply to all those who are worried, but a giant thank you for your concern,” wrote Marina Davydova on Facebook. She is a theater critic and the editor of 'Teatr' – the country’s oldest stage periodical and one of the most important in modern Russia.

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