Evgeniy Mironov
A theater and cinema actor.
Artistic director of Theater of Nations.
He graduated from Saratov Theater School and Moscow Art Theater School, course of Oleg Tabakov and Avangard Leontiev. He worked in Theater-studio under the direction of Oleg Tabakov. From 2001 he plays in the Moscow Art Theater.

Yevgeny Mironov actively cooperates with Russian and foreign directors. Peter Stein, Eimuntas Nekrosius, Robert Lepage, Robert Wilson, Alvis Hermanis, Thomas Ostermeier, Declan Donnellann, Valeriy Fokin, Kirill Serebrennikov – this is an incomplete list of directors who involved Yevgeny Mironov to be the major part in their plays.

Laureate of many awards, including – three times a winner of the "Golden Mask". People's Artist of the Russian Federation (2004). Laureate of two State Prizes of the Russian Federation (1995, 2010).
He is a founder of a charitable foundation for the support of artists "ARTIST", founded in 2008. He is a member of a board of Trustees of a charity fund for the support of deafblind "So-edinenie".
Kirill Serebrennikov
Kirill Serebrennikov is a director of theater and cinema, an artistic director of the Gogol Center.
From 2001 he permanently works in Moscow. His performances take place in the Moscow Pushkin Drama Theater, the Moscow Academic Art Theater, the Sovremennik Theater, the Theater of the O. Tabakov, the Mariinsky Theater, the Bolshoi Theater, the Komische Oper in Berlin and many others.

In 2008, he recruited an experimental acting-directing course at the Moscow Art Theater School. The "Seventh Studio" was formed from this course in 2012, later becoming one of the residents of the Gogol Center. In 2011-2014 he was an artistic director of the "Platform" project in the Moscow Contemporary Art Center "Winzavod". From 2012, he is an artistic director of the Gogol Center. Laureate of the "Triumph" prize, "Stanislavsky" prizes, "Chaika" theater awards, the "Crystal Turandot", the "Golden Mask". He is the director of the films "Bed scenes", "Representing the victim", "Yuryev day", "Treason." The film "Apprentice" entered the program of the Cannes Film Festival in 2016.

Chulpan Khamatova
Chulpan Khamatova is an actress of theater and cinema, a public figure, one of the founders of charity fund "Give life".
She received a higher education at the actor's faculty of GITIS, at Alexey Borodin's workshop.

From 1998 she is an actress of the "Sovremennik" Theater. She made her debut as Patricia Holman in the play "Three Comrades" and as Irina in the play "Three Sisters". She takes part in productions of other theaters, such as the Theater of Nations, the Moscow Art Theater, RAMT, the Theater of the Moon and many others.

After the release of the film "The Country of the Deaf" by Valery Todorovsky, both viewers and critics recognized her as one of the most talented young actresses in the national cinema.
She is a multiple winner of the awards "Nika" and "Crystal Turandot", laureate of the "Golden Mask" and many others.

People's Artist of Russia (2012). Twice winner of the State Prize of Russia (2004, 2014).
Since 2016, she is a deputy art director of the Sovremennik Theater.

The actress is known for her social activities. In 2006, Chulpan Khamatova and Dina Korzun co-founded the charity fund "Give Life", which helps children suffering from oncological and oncohematological diseases.

Roman Dolzhansky
Theater critic, art director of the festival NET, deputy artistic director of the Theatre of Nations.
He graduated GITIS theatrical faculty. He worked as an editor in the 'Moscow Observer' magazine. Since 1995 he has been working as a reporter, since 1998 he has been working in the 'Kommersant' as a theatre reviewer. He became the director of NET (New European Theatre) festival with Marina Davidova the same year. He was a chairman in the advisory council of the national theatre award 'Golden Mask' in 2003, 2004 and in 2008 years. He is working in Theatre of Nations since 2008. He is also a winner of 'Seagull' Award (2003) and A.Kugel Award (2004).
Vasiliy Tsereteli
Executive Director of MMOMA, Art director of the International Festival and School "Territory" since 2014.
Vasiliy Tseriteli was born in 1978 in Tbilisi and lived there with his family up until 8th grade when he moved to New York where he graduated from the United Nations Mission School. He continued his education at Parsons School of Design and in 2000 he graduated from Higher School of Visual Arts and Design as a Bachelor of Fine Arts. 2012 he graduated from Moscow School of Management Skolkovo. Upon his return to Moscow in 2001 Mr. Tsereteli was appointed Head of International Arts Department and then Executive Director of Moscow Museum of Modern Art established 1999. Being a painter, illustrator, photographer, sculptor, author of several video installations, participant of numerous performances and exhibitions, Mr. Tseriteli is also the Vice President of Russian Academy of Arts and Head of its Innovative Art Trends Department, member of Moscow Union of Artists and Association of Art Critics, jury member of Kandinsky Prize and Sergey Kuryokhin Contemporary Art Award as well as member of organizing committee of Moscow International Biennale for Young Art.

Vasily Zereteli is also member of the Civic Chamber of Central Federal District and Chairman of its Commission on implementation of social projects in the field of culture and moral education as well as member of contest commission of Central Federal District's Culture and Arts Prize. In 2012 he topped the list of 50 most influential people in contemporary Russian art according to "Art Khronika" magazine. In 2013 Mr. Tsereteli became a member of the Public Council of the Ministry of Culture of Russian Federation and one of the Board of Trustees of National Centre of Contemporary Arts.