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The Routledge Companion to Stanislavsky

Edited by: R. Andrew White

Print publication date:  October  2013
Online publication date:  October  2013

Print ISBN: 9780415535649
eBook ISBN: 9780203112304
Adobe ISBN: 9781136281853

10.4324/9780203112304
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<P>Stanislavsky’s system of actor-training has revolutionised modern theatre practice, and he is widely recognised to be one of the great cultural innovators of the twentieth century.<I> The Routledge Companion to Stanislavsky</I> is an essential book for students and scholars alike, providing the first overview of the field for the 21<SUP>st</SUP> century. </P><P></P><P>An important feature of this book is the balance between Stanislavsky’s theory and practice, as international contributors present scholarly and artistic interpretations of his work. With chapters including academic essays and personal narratives, the <I>Companion</I> is divided into four clear parts, exploring Stanislavsky on stage, as an acting teacher, as a theorist and finally as a theatre practitioner. <BR></P><P>Bringing together a dazzling selection of original scholarship, notable contributions include:</P><P></P><UL><P><LI>Anatoly Smeliansky on Stanislavsky’s letters</LI><P></P><P><LI>William D. Gunn on staging ideology at the Moscow Art Theatre</LI><P></P><P><LI>Sharon Marie Carnicke and David Rosen on opera </LI><P></P><P><LI>Rosemary Malague on the feminist perspective of new translations</LI><P></P><P><LI>W.B. Worthen on cognitive science</LI><P></P><P><LI>Julia Listengarten on the avant-garde</LI><P></P><P><LI>David Krasner on the System in America </LI><P></P><P><LI>and Dennis Beck on Stanislavsky’s legacy in non-realistic theatre </LI><P></P></UL><P></P><B><P>R. Andrew White</B> is Associate Professor of Theatre at Valparaiso University, where he annually directs productions. He has an MFA in Acting from Carnegie Mellon University and the Moscow Art Theatre School, and has worked as an actor at a variety of theatres in the United States. In addition, his scholarship has appeared in edited works published by Routledge and Palgrave Macmillan, as well as in top American journals including <I>Theatre Survey</I>, <I>TDR/The Drama Review</I>, and <I>New England Theatre Journal</I>.</P>

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Chapter  1:  Stanislavsky as Amateur Download PDF
Chapter  2:  “A seagull Flew to us from Yalta” Download PDF
Chapter  3:  The Organic and the Political Download PDF
Chapter  4:  “Back to Ostrovsky!” and Forward to Socialist Realism Download PDF
Chapter  5:  Stanislavsky and the Avant-Garde Download PDF
Chapter  6:  Silhouette of a Destiny Download PDF
Chapter  7:  Stanislavsky on Voice and Movement Download PDF
Chapter  8:  A Singer Prepares Download PDF
Chapter  9:  Stanislavsky's System and Women Download PDF
Chapter  10:  The Journey of the Moscow Art Theatre and Its Disciples Through Europe and the United States (1906–1937) Download PDF
Chapter  11:  Stanislavsky, Tolstoy, and the “Life of the Human Spirit” Download PDF
Chapter  12:  Stanislavsky's System, Sense-Emotion Memory, and Physical Action/Active Analysis Download PDF
Chapter  13:  The Legacy of Stanislavsky'S Ideas In Non-Realistic Theatre Download PDF
Chapter  14:  Stanislavsky and Cognitive Theatre Studies Download PDF
Chapter  15:  The Effects of Russian and Soviet Censorship on the Practice of Stanislavsky's System Download PDF
Chapter  16:  Decoding The System Download PDF
Chapter  17:  In Search of the Truth Download PDF
Chapter  18:  Stanislavsky and Ramacharaka Download PDF
Chapter  19:  My Life in Stanislavsky Download PDF
Chapter  20:  Active Analysis — More Active than You Know Download PDF
Chapter  21:  Three roads Converging Download PDF
Chapter  22:  “Here, Today, Now” Download PDF
Introduction_Stanislavsky_Past_present_and Download PDF
Index Download PDF

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