Roman Drobot is a graduate of two departments at the Boris Shchukin theatre institute. In 2000 he graduated from both the acting and directing departments through the extension program. His fourth-year production of Two for the Seesaw by William Gibson brought him the Smoktunovsky award for Best Debut.
His graduation production at the Theatre on Rose Street in Chisinau (2003) was The Golovlyovs, based on Mikhail Saltykov-Shchedrin's novel. At this theater he began working as an actor and director. He was the co-managing director of the Romen Gypsy national studio and he now teaches at the Shchukin theatre institute.
Drobot staged Hristo Boytchev's The Colonel Bird at the Stanislavsky Electrotheatre in 2015.
2000 Drobot's production of Two for the Seesaw received the Smoktunovsky award for Best Debut.
Roles in the the Stanislavsky Electrotheatre
2016Trigorin, The Seagull, dir. Yury Muravitsky, Yury Kvyatkovsky, Kirill Vytoptov
2015The Tourist, The Blue Bird, directed by Boris Yukhananov
2015Palomo (Eliades), Anna in the Tropics, directed by Alexander Ogaryov
Roles in the Moscow Drama theatre named after K.S. Stanislavsky
2013Leon S. Tolchinsky, Fools, directed by Valery Belyakovich
2012Master, Master and Margarita, directed by Valery Belyakovich
2011Tana, Six Characters in Search of an Author, directed by Valery Belyakovich
Roles in the cinema
2015Зритель, «Временно недоступен», реж. Михаил Хлебородов
2014Matthew, Two Women, directed by Vera Glagoleva
2013Man at the car, Faster than Rabbits, directed by Dmitry Dyachenko
2006Timothy Perovsky, The Pursuit of an Angel, directed by Olga Subbotina
Works in the Electrotheater Stanislavsky
2015The Colonel Bird after Hristo Boytchev