Marko Matvere


(stage director)
Marko Matvere graduated from the Theatre Studio of the Tallinn Conservatory in 1990 and joined the troupe of the Tallinn City Theatre. His most important roles include Mercutio (Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet”), Simone (Visconti’s “Rocco and His Brothers”), Tartuffe (Moliere’s “Tartuffe”), Athos (Dumas’s/Nüganen’s “The Three Musketeers”), Septimus Hodge (Stoppard’s “Arcadia”), Hamlet (Shakespeare’s “Hamlet”) among others. His roles in musical productions include Georg (Vadi’s “Georg”), Schönberg’s Javert (“Les Misérables”) and The Engineer (“Miss Saigon”), King (Rodgers’ “The King and I”) and Chagal (Steinman’s “Dance of the Vampires”). Matvere has played in various films and TV-series, such as “The Wikman Boys”, “Ohtlik lend” and “Windward Land”. As a stage director he has staged Kander’s musical “Chicago” (Tallinna Lauluväljak, 2004), Vinter’s/Raudmäe’s “Pippi Longstocking” (Tallinna Linnahall, 2006), Szakonyi’s “Broadcasting Bloopers” (2006), Jackson’s “Opéra Comique” (both at the Ugala Theatre, 2007), Bizet’s “Carmen” (PromFest, 2007), Massenet’s “Manon” (2009), Offenbach’s “Orpheus in the Underworld” (2010), Aints’ “The Old Barney” (all at the Vanemuine Theatre, 2013). He is the soloist of the ensemble The Association of Little Concertinas (Väikeste Lõõtspillide Ühing).

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