Narine Grigoryan

Born in 1980 in Hrazdan. 

From 1997 - 2002 she studied theatre directing and dramatic theatre at the Yerevan State Institute of Theatre and Cinema.

She has worked at the Hamazgayin State Theatre as an actress since 2003. Noted roles include "A Cup of Kindness" (Harmony Blueblossom), "Blaise" (Genevieve), "The Threepenny Opera" (Lucy), "Chekhov Jokes" (Tatyana Andreyevna), "Poor Petros" (Christine), "Christmas at the Cupiello's" (Conchetta), "Marian Whim" (Marian), "Oh, Women, Women" (Mademoiselle Cecilia, "Uncle Vanya" (Elena Andreyevna), among others. 

In 2005, she was awarded Best Young Actress of the year and in 2009 received the "Artavazd" award of Theatrical Figures' Union of Armenia for her performances in "Oh, Women, Women" and "Chekhov Jokes."

In 2014, she directed the performance of "Lyu-Bouef" where she received the award of Best Young Director by the Union of Theatre Figures in Armenia.