Everyone in theatre knows his name, but only a few know Stanislavsky’s last work. He died before writing any of his final discoveries for print. Only his colleagues and their pupils knew them. They are the ones, since 1938, who have been refining Stanislavsky’s final ideas for modern theatre. Now, finally, this theatre book summarizes these last concepts in an orderly text for teachers and students. In six comprehensive chapters the authors reveal Stanislavsky’s method to help actors transform themselves into believable and fascinating stage characters. Six chapters with many topics including: The Development of the Stanislavsky System, Elements of Acting Technique, Work on a Monolog, The Actor’s Training, and more. Irina and Igor Levin lived and studied theatre in Russia and have been teachers since immigrating to the United States.
(112 pages, 5½ x 8½, paperback)
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