Razumovskaya Ludmila – is the famous Russian playwright.
Her stepfather was an officer, and the childhood of future writer was held in different cities of the former USSR. Since 1959 she lived in Leningrad. After several unsuccessful attempts to enter Acting Department of Leningrad State Institute of Theater, Music and Cinematography in 1969 Ludmila entered the Theater Department of this Institute, graduating it in 1974.
In 1975, after the birth of her daughter Mrs. Razumovskaya began writing plays, the first of which was staged in Leningrad in 1980.
In 1978-1979 Ludmila Razumovskaya studied at the Higher Theater Courses at the State Institute of Theater Art (GITIS).
When studying at the Courses Ludmila Razumovskaya received an order from the Ministry of Culture to write a play about the "troubled teens". The result was the play "Dear Elena Sergeevna". The Ministry has rejected it, but the play was staged in 1981 in Tallinn (in Estonian), and then in 1982 in Lenkom Theater. The production was a great success, the play was accepted by more than 20 theaters in the country, but in 1983 by the order of the Ministry of Culture it was removed from the repertoire. With the beginning of perestroika in 1987 the showing of the play was allowed again. Many times it was staged abroad, including in more than a hundred theaters in Germany.
Now Razumovskaya L.N. teaches the course of the foundations of literary mastery at Children's Music School (at Priladozhsky township).
In 2010 the novel "Russian Residue" covering the period from February Revolution to the present day was published.
"Northern Palmira" Award of the Russian Authors' Society (1996)
"Petropolis" Award (2004)
Sergei Nilus Award (2010, for outstanding achievements in the field of national literature in the novel "Russian Residue")
Plays in two volumes, 2004:
Volume 1. Landless Garden
Volume 2. Your Sister and Captive
"Russian Residue", 2010 (novel)
“Happiness” (the play)
1. UNDER ONE ROOF
2. DEAR ELENA SERGEEVNA
3. LANDLESS GARDEN
6. MY SISTER LITTLE MERMAID
7. THE END OF THE EIGHTIES
8. YOUR SISTER AND CAPTIVE
9. VLADIMIR SQUARE
10. TO HOME!
11. LOVERS FROM VERNONE
12. THE LIFE OF JURA KUROCHKIN AND OF HIS NEIGBOURS
13. FRENCH PASSIONS AT DACHA NEAR MOSCOW
14. DOWERLESS MAN (BESPRIDANNIK)
15. HALLOWEEN FOR RUSSIANS