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Vassa Vassileva

A graduate of The State Institute of Arts of Uzbekistan, Vassa became the leading actress of the Youth Theatre of Uzbekistan, which won numerous awards at international festivals.  She then went on to teach in the Youth Theater's studio-school for 25 years. Her students learn acting and speech with a foundation in the Stanislavsky method, world classics, and modern drama. Vassa also has a wealth of experience in cinema and TV.


Vassa founded The Children's Theater TALENTLAND in cooperation with BBT in 2017. In June 2018, the theater's production received first place at the International Festival of Children's and Youth Theaters in Washington, DC.


Vassa Vassileva currently teaches group acting classes for children from 2 - 15 y.o. at BBT.


QuickPay for 15 classes:

Acting Division

*All classes are bilingual in English and Russian.

Activities include:

  • Vocal and voice exercises

  • Development of imagination

  • Emotional expression

  • Analysis of verses and texts

  • Sound improvisations

  • Pantomime

  • Etudes on characters



  • Group for 2-5 y.o.

     Sundays from 12:00 - 1:00 pm

  • Group for 5-11 y.o.

     Sundays from 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

  • Group for 11-15 y.o.

     Sundays from 2:00 - 3:00 pm


  • Вокальные и голосовые упражнения

  • Развитие воображения

  • Эмоциональная выразительность

  • Разбор стихов и текстов​

  • Звуковая импровизация

  • Пантомима

  • Этюды с персонажами


  • Группа 2-5 y.o.

     По воскресеньям с 12:00 - 1:00 pm

  • Группа 5-11 y.o.

     По воскресеньям с 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

  • Группа 11-15 y.o.

     По воскресеньям с 2:00 - 3:00 pm

To succeed in ballet, students need a balance of grace, power, and artistry, not to mention hard work. BBT has added the Acting Program for students of ballet not only because it helps them with theatrical expression  but because acting reveals the inner personality of a child and helps develop a harmonious inner character that is both self-aware and empathetic. 


Experts have noted that studying acting also helps children become more disciplined and responsible. When compared with their peers, children who have experience acting have better-developed logic and speech, they are more coherent and imaginative, they easily find a common language with people, are more open for communication and learning, and are distinguished by purposefulness and initiative. Often, all this is associated with higher academic achievement in school and future career growth. Theatrical arts provide an excellent chance for all individuals to self-actualize, and students can start studying as early as age 2.