Nabat Samedova

Nabat Samedova – daughter of Maharram was born in 1950 in Gazakh, Azerbaijan Republic. In 1974 she graduated from the Azerbaijan State Art School named after Azim Azimzade. She also graduated from All-Union Qualification Courses in Moscow with a degree in "Directing Artist”. Stated her career at the Lenkeran State Drama Theater named after N.B.Vazirov as directing artist in 1975. Her early works in Lenkeran were: "Ogtay Eloghlu”, "Failing hearth”, "Rich boy" and other performances. In 1982 she was appointed as a directing artist to Sumgait State Musical Drama Theater named after H.Arablinski. In this theater she was directing artist at "Afet” by H. Javid, "Lost Letter” by I.Karachal, and "13th chairman” by A.Abdulin. The last period of creativity of the artist was connected with the Azerbaijan State Musical Comedy Theater. In this theater N.Samedova was directing artist at "Love on the stage” by S.Farajov, A.Amirli, "Keep your hands in your pocket” by O.Rajabov, "Aunt Masma is my uncle” by R.Mustafayev, J.Mammadov, "Baydulla’s amazing wedding” by R. Akbar, "Temporary pleasure marriage” by S.Farajov, R.N.Guntakin, "Arshin Mal Alan” by Uzeyir Hajibayli, "Playing a happy family game or French Garner” by Mark Kamoletti, "”, "Fun with ten thousand dollars” by Emin Sabitoghlu, Jahangir Mammadov, ”Who is guilty?” by E.Hagverdiyev. The 28 years experienced N.Samedova was directing artist more than 60 theatrical performances and 14 television films.