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Stanislavski: The Basics





ISBN 9780415492973
Published December 17, 2012 by Routledge
198 Pages

 
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Book Description

Stanislavski: The Basics is an engaging introduction to the life, thought and impact of Konstantin Stanislavski. Regarded by many as a great innovator of twentieth century theatre, this book examines Stanislavski's:

  • life and the context of his writings
  • major works in English translation
  • ideas in practical contexts
  • impact on modern theatre

With further reading throughout, a glossary of terms and a comprehensive chronology, this text makes the ideas and theories of Stanislavski available to an undergraduate audience.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements  A Note to Readers  1. Stanislavski’s Life and Context  2. An Actor’s Work: Basic Training  3. An Actor’s Work: Analysis of the Play  4. An Actor’s work: Consolidation and spontaneity  5. An Actor’s work: Embodiment of the role  6. Stanislavski’s Legacy and Influence  Chronology  Glossary  Bibliography  Appendix 1: Synopsis of and extract from Tennessee Williams (2009) The Glass Menagerie, London: Penguin, Characters and Scene One pp xv-9 lines 1- 136  Appendix 2: Synopsis of Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman, Certain Private Conversations in Two Acts and a Requiem

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Author(s)

Biography

Rose Whyman is Senior Lecturer in Drama and Theatre Arts at the University of Birmingham. She is the author of The Stanislavski System of Acting: Legacy and Influence in Modern Performance (CUP, 2007).