Polina Nevedomskaya graduated from the St. Petersburg Humanitarian Trade Union University, choreography department, in 1996, mastering in teaching choreography.
In 2001 – 2010, she worked at the Russian Mironov Enterprise Theater as the Plastic Director and Choreographer. Her jobs at this theater included performances: "Les Miserables," "My Parisian Lady,” “Frenzy for Two or More,” “Enter a Free Man,” “Kidnapping,” “Maggician,” “Dreams in a Summer Night,” “Mssrs G,” “An Owl and a Cat,” “A Robbery,” etc.
In 2004, she also worked at the St. Petersburg Children Philharmonic Hall (2004) as the director and author of dramatization of a one-man show “Korobochka” (after N. Gogol’s poem “Dead Souls”) and the movement director in the “Parrot Fairy tales” performance (after national fairy tales).
In 2010, Nevedomskaya graduated from the St. Petersburg Academy of Theater Arts (G.M. Kozlov’s course) mastering in drama direction. Her actor’s jobs in diploma performances included roles of Darya Alexeyevna (“The Idiot” by Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Director G. Kozlov) and Henrietta (“Two Nights in a Joyful House” by V. Verbin after A. Kuprin’s novel, Director G. Kozlov). In 2010, she directed two performances: “Rayamania” after L. Petrushevskaya’s novel “Such a Girl” (a one-man show of Regina Shchukina) and “An Equation with Two, or an Execution” (on the Smaller Stage of MDT) under the frames of the project of the Live Classics International Association.
In 2010 she was admitted to the Alexandrinsky Theater as Assistant Director. Her first job at the Alexandrinsky Theater was performance “The Taming of the Shrew” directed by Oskaras Korshunovas (2010). Currently, she is engaged in rehearsals of “The Blue Bird” after M. Maeterlinck (Director Andrey Moguchy).