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Moskovsky Khudozhestvenny teatr. Dyadya Vanya A. Chekhova, [The Moscow Art Theatre. Uncle Vanya by A. Chekhov]. 3 Issue Folders (28 Photographs). (Moscow: Ed. Yu. Lentovsky, 1905).

  1. Folder of the II issue. Cast List.
  2. Folder of the III issue.
  3. P. Chekhov, Photographed by Sherer, Nabgolts and Co.
  4. 4 photographs of characters of the play Uncle Vanya and their performers: Telegin (A.R. Artyom), Astrov (K.S. Stanislavsky) (2 ph.), Serebryakov (V.V. Luzhsky).
  5. 4 photographs of characters of the play Uncle Vanya and their performers: Elena Andreyevna (O.L. Knipper) (2 ph.), Marina (A.I. Pomyalova), Sonya (V.A. Petrova).
  6. 4 photographs of characters of the play Uncle Vanya and their performers: Voynitsky (A.L. Vishnevsky), Farm-hand (N.A. Rumyantsev), Marya Vasilyevna (E.M. Rayevskaya), Marina (M.A. Samarova).
  7. Act 1. Still 1.Marina and Astrov.
  8. Act 1. Still 2. Serebryakov and others.
  9. Act 1. Still 3. Voynitsky and others.
  10. Act 1. Still 4. Elena Andreyevna and others.
  11. Act 1. Still 5. Astrov and others.
  12. Act 1. Still 6. Voynitsky, Elena Andreyevna, Marya Vasilyevna and Telegin.
  13. Act 2. Still 1. Beginning of the Act 2.
  14. Act 2. Still 2. Marina, Serebryakov and others.
  15. Act 2. Still 3. Astrov, Voynitsky and Telegin.
  16. Act 2. Still 4. Voynitsky and Sonya.
  17. Act 2. Still 5. Sonya and Astrov.
  18. Act 2. Still 6. Astrov and Sonya.
  19. Act 3. Still 1. Elena Andreyevna and Sonya.
  20. Act 3. Still 2. Astrov and Elena Andreyevna.
  21. Act 3. Still 3. Astrov and Elena Andreyevna.
  22. Act 3. Still 4. Astrov, Elena Andreyevna and Voynitsky.
  23. Act 3. Still 5. Serebryakov and others.
  24. Act 3. Still 6. Voynitsky and others.
  25. Act 3. Still 7. Voynitsky, Elena Andreyevna and others.
  26. Act 3. Still 8. Sonya, Serebryakov and others.
  27. Act 3. Still. 9. Voynitsky shooting.
  28. Act 4. Still 1. Serebryakov and others.
  29. Act 4. Still 2. Voynitsky and others.
  30. Act 4. Still 3. Voynitsky and Sonya.
  31. Act 4. Still 4. Sonya and others.

Moskovsky Khudozhestvenny teatr. Vlast’ t’my L. Tolstogo, [The Moscow Art Theatre. The Power of Darkness by L. Tolstoy]. 2 Issues (16 photographs). (Moscow, 1904). [15 double (duplicate) photos]

  1. Folder of the IV issue. Cast List.
  2. Folder of the IV and V issues.
  1. N. Tolstoy, Photographed by Sherer, Nabgolts and Co.
  2. Act 1. Still 1. Nikita and Akulina.
  3. Act 1. Still 2. Akim and Nikita (2 copies).
  4. Act 2. Still 1. Nikita and Anisya (2 copies).
  5. Act 2. Still 2. Anisya and Nikita (2 copies).
  6. Act 2. Still 3. Kuma (Gossip) and Matryona (2 copies).
  7. Act 2. Still 4. Matryona and Kuma (Gossip) (2 copies).
  8. Act 2. Still 5.Anisya, Kuma and women.
  9. Act 3. Still 1. Nikita and Akim (2 copies).
  10. Act 3. Still 2. Nikita and Akulina.
  11. Act 3. Still 3. Nikita and sleeping women (2 copies).
  12. Act 3. Still 4. Akim and Mitrich (2 copies).
  13. Act 3. Still 5. Akim and Nikita (2 copies).
  14. Act 4. Still 1. Nikita, Anisya and Matryona (2 copies).
  15. Act 4. Still 2. Nikita and Matryona (2 copies).
  16. Act 5. Still 1. Matryona and Nikita (2 copies).
  17. Act 5. Still 2. Anisya and Nikita (2 copies).
  18. Act 5. Still 3. Nikita and Mitrich (2 copies).
  19. Act 5. Still 4. Nikita and Mitrich.
  20. Act 5. Still 5. Nikita kneeling (2 copies).

Revizor. Komediya v 5 deyst. N.V. Gogolya na stsene Moskovskogo Khudozhestvennogo teatra., [The Inspector General. Comedy in 5 acts by N. Gogol on the stage of the Moscow Art Theatre.]. 5 Issue Folders (34 Photographs). Photographer of the Imperial Theatres K. A. Fisher. (Moscow: Ed. “Iskusstvo I Zhizn’” (Art and Life), 190…). Supplement: Article about the play. Portrait of Nikolay Gogol.

  1. Folder of the Act 1 with Supplement (Article about the play. Portrait of Nikolay Gogol).
  2. Act 1. Still 1. The Gorodnichy (the Governor of a town) and others.
  3. Act 1. Still 2. The Governor reading a letter.
  4. Act 1. Still 3. The Governor and others.
  5. Act 1. Still 4. The Governor shaking his finger.
  6. Act 1. Still 5. Bobchinsky and others.
  7. Act 1. Still 6. Anna Andreyevna and her daughter Marya Antonovna.
  8. Folder of the Act 2.
  9. Act 2, scene 1. The Khlestakov’s servant Osip.
  10. Act 2, scene 2. Khlestakov and an eating-house servant.
  11. Act 2, scene 3. Khlestakov, Osip and an eating-house servant.
  12. Act 2, scene 4. The Governor’s coming (Khlestakov hiding behind the door).
  13. Act 2, scene 5. Khlestakov speaking to the Governor
  14. Act 2, scene 6. The Governor writing (and others).
  15. Act 2, scene 7. Bobchinsky fallen on the floor and others.
  16. Folder of the Act 3.
  17. Act 3, scene 1. The Governor and the officials of the town.
  18. Act 3, scene 2. Khlestakov, Anna Andreyevna and Marya Antonovna sitting at the table. The Governor and the officials standing.
  19. Act 3, scene 3. The Governor and Khlestakov speaking (and others from previous scene).
  20. Act 3, scene 4. Khlestakov speaking to an official (and others from previous scene).
  21. Act 3, scene 5. The Governor speaking to Osip. Anna Andreyevna and Marya Antonovna sitting near the table.
  22. Act 3, scene 6. The Governor, his wife and his daughter listening to the Khlestakov’s cough from another room.
  23. Act 3, scene 7. The Governor and two officials.
  24. Folder of the Act 4.
  25. Act 4, scene 1. 6 officials in the Governor’s dining room.
  26. Act 4, scene 2. Khlestakov speaking to the merchants.
  27. Act 4, scene 3. Khlestakov and a metal craftsman’s wife (kneeling).
  28. Act 4, scene 4. Anna Andreyevna and Khlestakov kneeling before Marya Antonovna.
  29. Act 4, scene 5. Marya Antonovna and Khlestakov kneeling before Anna Andreyevna.
  30. Act 4, scene 6. The Governor gives his blessing to Khlestakov and Marya Antonovna.
  31. Folder of the Act 5.
  32. Act 5, scene 1. The Governor and the merchants.
  33. Act 4, scene 2. The Governor asks the guests to sit down.
  34. Act 4, scene 3. Absent
  35. Act 4, scene 4. Ammos Fyodorovich and the Governor speaking to the guests.
  1. Act 4, scene 5. The Postmaster speaking to the guests.
  2. Act 4, scene 6. Absent
  3. Act 4, scene 7. Korobkin and Artemy Filippovich reading a letter. Other guests.
  4. Act 4, scene 8. Absent
  5. Act 4, scene 9. The Governor and others guests.
  6. Act 4, scene 10. The Governor’s final monologue.
  7. Act 4, scene 11. The Mute Scene.

Anatema. Tragicheskoye predstavleniye v 7 kartinakh, soch. Leonida Andreeva v postanovke Moskovskogo Khudozhestvennogo teatra, [Anathema. Tragedy in 7 scenes by Leonid Andreyev on the stage of the Moscow Art Theatre]. Photographer of the Imperial Theatres K. A. Fisher. (Moscow, 190[9]).

  1. Folder and Cast List.
  2. Scene Anathema speaking to the Prince of Darkness.
  1. Scene II, picture 1. An organ-grinder, Anathema and others.
    1. Scene II, picture 2. Sura and Rosa An organ-grinder, Anathema and others.
    2. Scene III, picture 1. A dancing-master, Naum, Anathema and others.
    3. Scene III, picture 2. Anathema, a girl and others.
    4. Scene IV, picture 1. A wanderer speaking to the people.
    5. Scene IV, picture 2. The meeting of David Leyzer. Anathema speaking to David.
    6. The Dénouement of the Scene 4.
    7. Scene V. Anathema, Sura, Leyzer and the woman with a child.
    8. Scene VI, picture 1. Leyzer and others.
    9. Scene VI, picture 2. Anathema and a lying body.
    10. Scene VII. Anathema speaking to the Prince of Darkness.

 Moskovsky Khudozhestvenny teatr. Odinokiye G. Gauptmana, [The Moscow Art Theatre. Lonely Lives by G. Hauptmann]. 1 Issue (12 photographs). (Moscow: Edition of Yu. Lepkovsky, 1904). [10 double (duplicate) photos]

  1. Folders of Issue V, VIII, Cast List.
  2. Portrait of Gerhard Hauptmann. Photo by Sherer, Nabgolts and Co.
  3. 6 photographs of characters of the play Lonely Lives: Johann Fokerat (4 ph.) and his wife Kate (2 ph.).
  4. 6 photographs of characters of the play Lonely Lives: I. Braun, a painter; II. The father Fokerat and the pastor Kollin; III. The pastor Kollin; IV. The wet-nurse and a Minna, a house-maid; V. The mother and the daughter Fokerat; VI. Leman, a laundress.
  5. Johann Fokerat, a young scientist (I. Kachalov).
  6. Kate, the wife of Johann (F. Andreyeva).
  7. Anna Maar (L. Knipper (Chekhova))
  8. Anna Maar (with hand at her heard) (L. Knipper (Chekhova))
  9. Act 1. The Christening of Philip Fokerat (2 ph.).
  10. Act I. The Pastor speaking to Mr. Fokerat (2 ph.).
  11. Act Mrs. Fokerat (mother), Kate and the wet-nurse (2 ph.).
  12. Act II. Kate and Johann (2 ph.).
  13. Act III. Fokerat (mother) and Johann (2 ph.).
  14. Act IV. and Mrs. Fokerats and Kate (2 ph.)
  15. Act IV. Kate, Johann and Mrs. Fokerat (2 ph.).
  16. Act V. Johann and his parents (2 ph.).
  17. Act V. Johann (with crossed hands) and his parents (2 ph.).
  18. Act V. Kate (in centre) and Mr. and Mrs. Fokerat (2 ph.).

 Moskovsky Khudozhestvenny teatr. Na Dnye M. Gor’kogo, [The Moscow Art Theatre. The Lower Depths by M. Gorky]. 2 Issues (19 photographs). (Moscow: Ed. Yu. Lentovsky, 1904).

  1. Folders of Issue I, Cast List.
  2. Portrait of Maxim Gorky. Photo by Sherer, Nabgolts and Co.
  3. Act Baron, Kleshch and Kvashnia.
  4. Act Luka, Pepel, Bubnov and Natasha.
  5. Act II. Tartar, Bubnov and Krivoy Zob.
  6. Act II. Pepel fighting with Kostyliov.
  7. Act II. Tartar and Kleshch.
  8. Act III. Luka, Natasha and Pepel.
  9. Act III. Pepel and Luka.
  10. Act III. Kostyliov, Vassilissa, Satin and Tartar.
  11. Act III. Satin and Luka.
  12. Act III. Kostyliov, Vassilissa, Satin, Tartar and others.
  13. Act III. Kostyliov, Vassilissa, Satin, Tartar, Pepel and Natasha.
  14. Act IV. Satin, Nastya and Actor.
  15. Act IV. Satin, Baron and Nastya.
  16. Act IV. Monologue of Satin.
  17. Act IV. Bubnov and Satin.
  18. Act IV. Monologue of Satin.
  19. Act IV. Kvashnia speaking to Alyoshka.
  20. Act IV. Baron announcing Nastya and Satin the death of Actor.

Moskovsky Khudozhestvenny teatr. Yuly Tsezar’ V. Shekspira, [Moscow Art Theatre. Julius Caesar by W. Shakespeare]. 1 Issue (13 photographs). (Moscow: Ed. Yu. Lentovsky, 1904). [10 double (duplicate) photos]

  1. Folder of Issue VI, Cast List.
  2. 6 photographs of dramatis personae of the play Julius Caesar: I. Portia; II. Calphurnia; III. A Syrian dancer; IV. Brutus; V. Julius Caesar; VI. Marcus Antonius.
  3. 6 photographs of dramatis personae of the play Julius Caesar: I. Cassius; II. Caius Cassius; III. A Centurion; IV. A Standard-bearer; V. A Vestal virgin; VI. A Soothsayer.
  4. 6 photographs of dramatis personae of the play Julius Caesar: I. Gauls; II. Bondwomen; III. Octavius Caesar; IV. A Merchant; V. A Patrician woman; VI. A Gladiator.
  5. Act Rome. A Street. Procession of Julius Caesar. (2 ph.).
  6. Act Rome. A Street. Cassius and Brutus. (2 ph.).
  7. Act II. Brutus in his Orchard. Conspirators against Julius Caesar. (2 ph.).
  8. Act II. Caesar’ House. Julius Caesar and Calphurnia. (2 ph.).
  9. Act III. Rome. Before the Capitol. The Murder of Caesar. (2 ph.).
  10. Act III. The Forum. The Julius Caesar’s Funeral. (2 ph.).
  11. Act IV. Camp near Sardis. Before Brutus’s Tent. (2 ph.).
  12. Act V. The Plains of Philippi. The Field of Battle. (2 ph.).
  13. Act V. The Plains of Philippi. Another Part of the Field of Battle. (2 ph.).
  14. Act V. The Plains of Philippi. Another Part of the Field. (2 ph.).

 

The list of books in the Stanislavski Archive

Works by K.S. Stanislavski:

Stanislavski, Konstantin Sergeyevich, Sobraniye sochineniy v vos’mi tomakh, [Collected Works of K.S. Stanislavski]. Ed. by M.N. Kedrov. 8 vols. (Moscow, 1954-1961).

Vol. 1. Moya zhizn’ v iskusstve, [My Life in Art]. [Memoirs]. 516 p., ill., portr. (Moscow, 1954).

[Lists of Stanislavski’s roles and performances. List of illustrations. Names Index]

Vol. 2. Rabota aktyora nad soboy, [An Actor Prepares]. Part 1. 502 p., ill., portr. (Moscow, 1954).

Vol. 3. Rabota aktyora nad soboy, [An Actor Prepares]. Part 2. 424 p., ill. (Moscow, 1955).

[List of illustrations]

Vol. 4. Rabota aktyora nad rolyu, [An Actor’s Work on a Role]. 552 p., ill. (Moscow, 1957).

[Comments. List of illustrations. Names Index for volumes 2, 3 and 4]

Vol. 5. Stat’i. Rechi. Zametki. Dnevniki. Vospominaniya. 1877-1917, [Articles. Speeches. Notes. Diaries. Memoirs]. 686 p., ill. (Moscow, 1958)

[Comments. List of illustrations. Names Index. Performances Index]

Vol. 6. Stat’i. Rechi. Otkliki. Zametki. Vospominaniya. 1917-1938, [Articles. Speeches. Comments. Notes. Memoirs]. 466 p., ill. (Moscow, 1959)

Vol. 7. Pis’ma. 1886-1917, [Letters]. 812 p., ill. (Moscow, 1960)

[Comments. List of illustrations. Names Index. Performances Index]

Vol. 8. Pis’ma. 1918-1938, [Letters]. 616 p., ill. (Moscow, 1961)

[Comments. List of illustrations. Names Index. Performances Index]
  1. Stanislavski, Konstantin Sergeyevich, Sobraniye sochineniy v devyati tomakh, [New Edition of Stanislavski Collected Works in 9 vols.]. Ed. by O. Efremov, A. Smelyanski, V. Vilenkin. 6 vols. (Moscow, 1988-….).

Vol. 1. Moya zhizn’ v iskusstve, [My Life in Art]. [Memoirs]. 622 p., [32] sheets of ill. (Moscow, 1988).

[Preface by O.N. Efreimov. Comments. Names Index]

Vol. 2. Rabota aktyora nad soboy, [An Actor Prepares]. Part 1. 511 p. (Moscow, 1989).

Vol. 3. Rabota aktyora nad soboy, [An Actor Prepares]. Part 2. Ed. by A.M. Smelyanski. Preface by B.A. Pokrovski. 508 p. (Moscow, 1990).

Vol. 4. Rabota aktyora nad rolyu, [An Actor’s Work on a Role]. Ed. by I.N. Vinogradskaya. 399 p. (Moscow, 1991).

[Comments. Names Index for volumes 2, 3 and 4]

Vol. 5. Book 1. Stat’i. Rechi. Vospominaniya. Khudozhestvennye zapisi, [Articles. Speeches. Memoirs. Artistic notes]. Ed. by I.N. Solovyova. 630 p. (Moscow, 1993).

Vol. 5. Book 2. Dnevniki. Zapisnye knizhki. Zametki, [Diaries. Notebooks. Notes]. Ed. by I.N. Solovyova. 575 p. (Moscow, 1994)

[Comments. Names Index. Performances Index]

Vol. 6. Part 1. Stat’i. Rechi. Otkliki. Zametki. Vospominaniya. 1917-1938, [Articles. Speeches. Comments. Notes. Memoirs]. Part 2. Interviu i besedy. 1896-1937. [Interviews and Discussions]. 638 p. (Moscow, 1994)

  1. Stanislavski, Konstantin Sergeyevich, Moya zhizn’ v iskusstve, [My Life in Art]. [Memoirs]. 424 p., 40 sheets of ill., 1 sheet of portr. (Moscow, 1983).
  2. Stanislavski, Konstantin Sergeyevich, Iz zapisnykh knizhek, [From notebooks], 2 vols. Ed. by I.N. Solovyova. (Moscow, 1986)

Vol. 1.1888-1911. 608 p., ill.

Vol. 2. 1912-1938. 448 p., ill.

[Comments. Names Index]
  1. Stanislavski, Konstantin Sergeyevich, Rezhissyorskiye ekzemplyary K.S. Stanislavskogo. 1898-1930, [Collection of K.S. Stanislavski’s Director’s Copies]. 6 vols. Ed. by V. Vilenkin, I.N. Solovyova. Preface by Yu. Zavadski. (Moscow, 1979-1994).

Vol. 1. 1898-1899. Piesy A.K. Tolstogo “Tsar’ Fyodor Ioannovich”, “Smert’ Ioanna Groznogo”, [Plays by A.K. Tolstoy “Tsar Fyodor Ioannovich”, “The Death of Ivan the Terrible”]. Preface by I.N. Solovyova. 479 p., ill., 15 sheets of ill. (Moscow, 1980).

Vol. 2. 1898-1901. “Chaika” Chekhova, [“The Seagull” by Chekhov]. Preface by K. Rudnitski. “Mikael’ Kramer” G. Gauptmana, [“Michael Kramer” by G. Hauptmann]. Preface by I.N. Solovyova. 256 p., 12 sheets of ill. (Moscow, 1979).

Vol. 3. 1901-1904. Piesy A.P. Chekhova “Tri sestry”, “Vishnyovyj sad”, [Plays by A.P. Chekhov “Three Sisters”, “The Cherry Orchard”]. Preface by I.N. Solovyova. 464 p., ill., 15 sheets of ill. (Moscow, 1983).

Vol. 4. 1902-1905. Piesy M. Gor’kogo “Meshchanye”, “Na dnye”, “Deti solntsa”, [Plays by M. Gorky “The Petty Bourgeois”, “The Lower Depths”, “Children of the Sun”]. Preface by I.N. Solovyova. 576 p., 16 sheets of ill., 1 sheet of portr. (Moscow, 1985).

Vol. 5. 1905-1909. “Drama zhizni” K. Gamsuna; “Mesyats v derevnye” I.S. Turgeneva, [“Drama of Life” by K. Hamsun; “A Month in the Country” by I.S. Turgenev]. Preface by I.N. Solovyova. 592 p., 15 sheets of ill., portr. (Moscow, 1988).

Vol. 6. 1930. Tragediya V. Shekspira “Otello”, rezhissyorskiye kommentarii k ney, [The tragedy of W. Shakespeare “Othello”, director’s comments to it]. 464 p., 15 sheets of ill., portr. (Moscow, 1994).

  1. Stanislavski, Konstantin Sergeyevich, Rezhissyorskiye ekzemplyary K.S. Stanislavskogo. 1898-1930. “Dyadya Vanya” A.P. Chekhova. 1899, [Stanislavski’s Director’s Copies of A.P. Chekhov’s “Uncle Vanya”, 1899]. Ed. by I.N. Solovyova. 150 p., ill. (Moscow-Saint-Petersburg, 1994).
  2. Stanislavski, Konstantin Sergeyevich, Besedy K.S. Stanislavskogo v studii Bol’shogo teatra. 1918-1922, [K.S. Stanislavski’s Talks at the Studio of the Bolshoi Theatre]. Ed. by K.E. Antarova. The 3rd ed., revised and enlarged. 179 p., ill., portr. (Moscow, 1952).
  3. Stanislavski, Konstantin Sergeyevich, Teatral’noye nasledstvo. K.S. Stanislavski. [Theatrical Legacy. K.S. Stanislavski]. Ed. by I. Grabar’, S. Durylin, P. Markov.

Vol. 1. Materialy. Pis’ma. Issledovaniya, [Materials. Letters. Research]. 700 p., ill., portr. (Moscow, 1955).

[Stanislavski’s Director’s Copies of “The Death of Ivan the Terrible” (by A. Tolstoy) and “A Polish Jew” (by Erkman-Shatrian). Memoirs about Stanislavski. Names Index. Performances Index. List of illustrations. Portrait of K. Stanislavski by N. Andreyev (1920)]

 

Works by V.I. Nemirovich-Danchenko:

Nemirovich-Danchenko, Vladimir Ivanovich, Stat’i. Rechi. Besedy. Pis’ma, [Articles. Speeches. Discussions. Letters]. 442 p., ill. (Moscow, 1952)

[Comments. Names Index. Performances Index]
  1. Nemirovich-Danchenko, Vladimir Ivanovich, Retsenzii. Ocherki. Stat’i. Intervyu. Zametki. 1877-1942. [Reviews. Essays. Articles. Interviews. Notes]. 375 p., ill. (Moscow, 1980)
[Comments. Names Index]
  • Nemirovich-Danchenko, Vladimir Ivanovich, Rozhdeniye Teatra. Vospominaniya, Stat’i, Zametki, Pis’ma, [Birth of a Theatre. Memoirs, articles, notes, letters]. Ed. by M.N. Lyubomudrov. 576 p., 8 sheets of ill. (Moscow, 1989).
  • Nemirovich-Danchenko, Vladimir Ivanovich, Izbrannye Pis’ma, [Selected Letters], in 2 vols. Preface by V. Vilenkin. (Moscow, 1979).

 

Vol. 1. 1879-1909. 608 p., 1 sheet of portr.

 

Actors’ and directors’ memoirs, letters etc. connected with the MKhAT (Moscow Art Theatre):

 Andreeva, Mariya Fyodorovna, Perepiska. Vospominaniya. Stat’i. Dokumenty. Vospominaniya o M.F. Andreyevoy, [Maria Fyodorovna Andreyeva. Correspondence. Memoirs. Articles. Documents. Memoirs about M.F. Andreyeva]. Ed. by A.P. Grigoryeva, S.V. Shchirina. The 2nd ed., completed. 738 p., 16 sheets of ill. (Moscow, 1963).

  1. Benyash, R. Pavel Mochalov, [Pavel Mochalov]. [Biography]. 303 p., 112 sheets of ill. (Leningrad, 1976).
  2. Birman, Serafima, Sud’boy darovannye vstrechi, [Meetings Which Were Gifts of Fate], [Memoirs], 356 p., ill. (Moscow, 1971)
  3. Chekhov, Mikhail, Literaturnoye naslediye, [Mikhail Chekhov. Literary Heritage]. Ed by N.A. Krymova. 2 vols. (Moscow, 1995)

Vol. 1. Vospominaniya. Pis’ma, [Memoirs. Letters]. 542 p., 48 ill., portr.

Vol. 2. Ob Iskusstve Aktiora, [On the Art of Acting]. 588 p., ill., portr.

  • Efros, Anatoly, Prodolzheniye teatral’nogo rasskaza, [A Theatre Narrative is Continued]. 399 p. (Moscow, 1985)

 

[The famous Russian director A. Efros talks about the development of the Stanislavski and Nemirovich-Danchenko traditions in the modern theatre. He analyzes some productions from both classical and Soviet period repertoire].

  1. Giatsintova, Sofya, S pamyatiu naedine, [Tête-à-tête with My Memory]. [Memoirs]. 544 p., 32 sheets of ill., portr.
[An essay about S. Giatsintova by K. Rudnitski pp. 523-544]
  1. Gorchakov, N. Rabota rezhissyora nad spektaklem, [Director’s Work on a Production]. 464 p. (Moscow, 1956)
[Author’s Autograph]
  • Gorchakov, N. Spektakl’ khudozhestvennoj samodeyatel’nosti, [On Amateur Theatre Productions]. 120 p., ill. (Moscow, 1954)

 

[Author’s Autograph]
  • Kedrov, Mikhail Nikolayevich, Stat’i, Rechi, Besedy, Zametki. Stat’i, Vospominaniya o M.N. Kedrove, [Mikhail Nikolayevich Kedrov. Articles, Speeches, Discussions, Notes. Articles, memoirs about M.N. Kedrov]. 432 p., ill., portr. (Moscow, 1978).

 

    1. Koonen, Alisa, Stranitsy Zhizni, [Pages of a Life]. [Memoirs]. 455 p., ill. (Moscow, 1976).
  • Leonidov, Leonid Mironovich, Vospominaniya, Stat’i, Besedy, Perepiska, Zapisnye knizhki. Stat’i i Vospominaniya o L.M. Leonidove, [Memoirs, Articles, Discussions, Correspondence, Notebooks. Articles and Memoirs about L.M. Leonidov]. Ed by V. Vilenkin. 756 p., ill., portr. (Moscow, 1960).

 

[Comments. Chronology. Names Index]
  1. Meyerhold, Vsevolod Emilyevich, Stat’i. Pis’ma. Rechi. Besedy, [Articles. Letters. Speeches. Discussions]. In 2 vol. ed. by A.V. Fevral’ski. (Moscow, 1968)

Vol. 1. 1891-1917. 350 p., ill.

Vol. 2. 1917-1939. 644 p., ill., portr.

[Biography. Comments]
  1. Moskvin, Ivan Mikhaylovich, Stat’i i Materialy, [Articles and Materials]. 382 p., ill. (Moscow, 1948).
  2. Pazhitnov, L.N. Aleksandr Pavlovich Lenski, [Alexander Pavlovich Lenski]. [Biography]. 303 p., 88 ill. (Moscow, 1988).
  3. Rudnitski, Konstantin, Meyerkhol’d, [Meyerhold]. 423 p., 22 sheets of ill., portr. (Moscow, 1981).
[Biography and creative woks of Vsevolod Meyerhold. Analysis of his best productions]
  1. Shchepkina-Kupernik, Tatyana, Ermolova, [Ermolova]. [Biography]. 192 p., 24 sheets of ill. (Moscow, 1983).
  2. Shverubovich, Vadim, O liudyakh, o teatre i o sebe, [About People, About Theatre, and About Myself]. [Memoirs]. 232 p., ill., portr. (Moscow, 1976).
  3. Shverubovich, Vadim, O starom Khudozhestvennom Teatre, [About the Old Art Theatre]. [Memoirs]. 670 p., ill., portr. (Moscow, 1990).
  4. Smelyanski, Anatoly, Mikhail Bulgakov v Khudozhestvennom Teatre, [Mikhail Bulgakov in the Art Theatre]. 384 p., 16 sheets of ill. (Moscow, 1986). 2 items.
[Author’s Autograph]
  1. Tovstonogov, Georgij. Zerkalo Stseny, [Proscenium Opening]. 2 vols. (Leningrad, 1984).

Vol. 1. O Professii Rezhissyora, [About the Director’s Profession]. 304 p., ill.

Vol. 2. Stat’i, Zametki i Repetitsii, [Articles, Notes and Rehearsals]. 368 p., ill.

[List of productions and Films by G. Tovstonogov]
  1. Yurenev, R. Sergei Eisenstein: Zamysly. Fil’my. Metod, [Sergey Eisenstein: Conceptions. Films. Methods]. In ? vols.

Part 1. 1898-1929. 303 p., 33 sheets of ill. (Moscow, 1985).

 

Moscow Art Theatre: documents, publications:

 

  1. Efros, Nikolai, Moskovskjy Khudozhestvennyj Teatr: 1898-1923, [The Moscow Art Theatre: 1898-1923]. 450 p., ill. (Moscow-Petersburg, 1924)
  2. Efros, Nikolay, “Sverchok na Pechi” Ch. Dikkensa. Studiya Khudozhestvennogo teatra, [“Cricket on the Hearth” by Ch. Dickens on the stage of the Art Theatre Studio]. 86 p., ill. (Petersburg, 1918).
  3. Efros, Nikolay, “Vishnyovy sad”. Piesa A. Chekhova v postanovke Moskovskogo Khudozhestvennogo Teatra, [“The Cherry Orchard” by Chekhov produced by the Moscow Art theatre]. 93 p., ill. (Petersburg, 1919).
  4. Ezhegodnik Moskovskogo Khudozhestvennogo Teatra, 1943, [The Annual of the Moscow Art Theatre: 1943]. 835 p., ill. (Moscow, 1945).
  5. Moskovskij Khudozhestvennyj Teatr v illyustratsiyakh i dokumentakh: 1898-1938, [Moscow Art Theatre: Illustrations and Documents: 1898-1938]. 758 p., ill., portr. (Moscow, 1938).
  6. Moskovskiy Khudozhestvennyj Teatr v illyustratsiyakh i dokumentakh, [Moscow Art Theatre: Illustrations and Documents]. 316 p., ill., portr. (Moscow, 1945).
  7. Moskovskii Khudozhestvennyj Teatr: Simpozium, [Moscow Art Theatre: A Symposium]. (London, 1958).
  8. Orlov, Yury. Moskovskij Khudozhestvennyj Teatr: Legendy i Fakty, 1898-1917. [The Moscow Art theatre: Legends and Facts]. 222 p., ill. (Moscow, 1994).
  9. Rostotski, V., Chushkin, N. “Tsar Fyodor Ioannovich” na stsene Moskovskogo Khudozhestvennogo teatra, [“Tsar Fyodor Ioannovich” on the stage of the Moscow Art Theatre]. 231 p., ill. (Moscow-Leningrad, 1940).

 

Works on K.S. Stanislavski and B.I. Nemirovich-Danchenko:

 

  • Anton Pavlovich Chekhov v teatre, [Anton Pavlovich Chekhov on Stage]. 144 p., ill. (Moscow, 1955)

 

[Chekhov’s plays on stages of Russian and Soviet theatres]
    1. Efros, Nikolay. K.S. Stanislavski: Opyt kharakteristiki, [K.S. Stanislavski: An Attempt at Characterization]. 128 p., ill. (Petersburg, 1918)
    2. Gore ot Uma A. Griboedova na stsene Khudozhestvennogo Teatra (1906-1938), [Griboyedov’s “Woe from Wit” on the stage of the Art Theatre], 36 p., ill., portr. (Moscow, 1939)
  • “Gore ot Uma” na stsene Moskovskogo Khudozhestvennogo Teatra”: Opyt 4 redakstiy (1906, 1914, 1925, 1938), [“Woe from Wit” on the stage of the Moscow Art Theatre: (1906, 1914, 1925, 1938). 607 p., ill. (Moscow, 1979). 2 items!
  • “Gore ot Uma” na russkoyj i sovetskoj stsene: Vospominaniya sovremennikov, [“Woe from Wit” on the Russian and Soviet stage: Contemporaries’ memoirs]. 406 p., 16 sheets of ill. (Moscow, 1987).

 

  1. Gogol, Nikolay Vassilyevich. P’yesi, [Plays]. 191 p., portr. (Kiev, 1984).
  2. Kommissarzhevski, Fyodor, Tvorchestvo aktiora i teoriya Stanislavskogo, [The Creative Work of an Actor and Stanislavski’s Theory]. 120 p., ill. (Petrograd, 1914)
  3. O Stanislavskom: Izbrannye vospominaniya. 1863-1938, [About Stanislavski: Selected Memoirs. 1863-1938]. 659 p., ill. (Moscow, 1948).
[Comments. List of illustratons. Names Index]
  1. Sibiryakov, Nikita Nikolayevich. Mirovoye znacheniye Stanislavskogo, [International Importance of Stanislavski]. 264 p., 24 sheets of ill. (Moscow, 1974)
[Comments. Names Index]
  1. Solovyova, Inna. Nemirovich-Danchenko, [Nemirovich-Danchenko]. [Biography]. 408 p., 24 sheets of ill., portr. (Moscow, 1979).
  2. Solovyova, I., Shitova V. K.S. Stanislavski, [K.S. Stanislavski]. [Biography]. 167 p., ill., portr. (Moscow, 1985).
  3. Stroyeva, M.N. Rezhissyorskie iskaniya Stanislavskogo: 1898-1917, [Stanislavski’s Directorial Searches: 1898-1917]. 375 p., ill. (Moscow, 1973)
  4. Stroyeva, M.N. Rezhissyorskie iskaniya Stanislavskogo: 1917-1938, [Stanislavski’s Directorial Searches: 1917-1938]. 415 p., ill. (Moscow, 1977)
[Names Index. Productions Index]
  1. Toporkov, V. Stanislavski na repetitsii, [Stanislavski Rehearses]. [Memoirs]. 191 p., ill. (Moscow-Leningrad, 1949)
  2. Vinogradskaya I.N. Zhizn’ i Tvorchestvo K.S. Stanislavskogo, [The Life and Creative Work of K.S. Stanislavski]. [Chronicle: 1863-1938]. 4 vols. (Moscow, 1971-….) [Author’s Autograph]

Vol. 1. 1863-1905. 558 p., ill. (Moscow, 1971)

Vol. 2. 1906-1915. 512 p., ill. (Moscow, 1971)

Vol. 3. 1916-1926. 612 p., ill. (Moscow, 1973)

 

General Works on Russian Theatre, connected with the MKhAT (Moscow Art Theatre):

 

  1. Istoriya russkogo dramaticheskogo teatra, [The History of Russian Drama Theatre], 7 vols. Ed. by E.G. Kholodov, and others. (Moscow, 1977-1987).

Vol. 1. Ot istokov do kontsa 18 veka, [From the Beginning to the Late 18th Century]. Author V.N. Vsevolodovski-Gerngross. 485 p. (Moscow, 1977).

[Comments. Repertoire Summary. Names Index]

Vol. 2. 1801-1825. Ed. by E.G. Kholodov, and others. 555 p. (Moscow, 1977).

Vol. 3. 1826-1845. Ed. by E.G. Kholodov, and others. 351 p. (Moscow, 1978).

Vol. 4. 1846-1861. Authors E.G. Kholodov, and others. 432 p. (Moscow, 1979).

Vol. 5. 1862-1881. Ed. by E.G. Kholodov, and others. 551 p. (Moscow, 1980).

Vol.6. 1882-1897. Ed. by E.G. Kholodov, and others. 575 p. (Moscow, 1982).

Vol. 7. 1898-1917. Ed. by E.G. Kholodov, and others. 586 p. (Moscow, 1987).

  1. Markov, P.A. O teatre, [On Theatre]. 4 vols. (Moscow 1974-1977)

Vol. 1. Iz istorii russkogo I sovetskogo teatra, [From the History of Russian and Soviet Theatre]. 542 p., 64 sheets of ill., portr. (Moscow, 1974).

Vol. 2. Teatral’nye portrety, [Theatre Portraits]. 496 p., 32 sheets of ill. (Moscow, 1974).

Vol. 3. Dnevnik teatral’nogo kritika. 1920-1929, [Diary of a Theatre Critic]. 639 p., 64 sheets of ill. (Moscow, 1976).

Vol. 4. Dnevnik teatral’nogo kritika. 1930-1976, [Diary of a Theatre Critic]. 639 p., 32 sheets of ill. (Moscow, 1977).

  1. Morov, A.G. Tri veka russkoy stseny, [Three Centuries of the Russian Stage]. 2 vols. (Moscow, 1978-1984)

Vol. 1. Ot istokov do Velikogo Oktyabrya, [From the Origins to the Great October]. 319 p., ill. (Moscow, 1978).

Vol. 2. Sovetskiy teatr, [The Soviet Theatre]. 335 p., ill. (Moscow, 1984)

  1. Teatr, [Theatre]. [magazine, issue 7 (July), 1960 (Moscow)].

 

List of Postcards:

 

  1. K.S. Alekseev (Stanislavski) – a secondary-schoolboy. 1880. Photo.
  2. I.M. Moskvin as Epikhodov in Chekhov’s “The Cherry Orchard”. Production of the Moscow Art Theatre (1904). Photographer of Imperial Theatres K. Fisher.
  3. A.L. Vishnevski as Stakhovich in L.N. Tolstoy’s “The Living Corpse”. Production of the Moscow Art Theatre (1911). Photographer of Imperial Theatres K. Fisher.
  4. The Inspector General by N. Gogol. Act V. Scene 10. Production of the Moscow Art Theatre. Photographer of Imperial Theatres K. Fisher.
  5. L.M. Koreneva as Solveig in H. Ibsen’s “Peer Gynt”. Production of the Moscow Art Theatre (1912). Photographer of Imperial Theatres K. Fisher.
  6. V.V. Luzhski as Repetilov in A. Griboedov’s “Woe from Wit”. Production of the Moscow Art Theatre (1906). Photographer of Imperial Theatres K. Fisher.
  7. K. Stanislavski as Famusov and V. Kachalov as Chatski in A. Griboedov’s “Woe from Wit”. Production of the Moscow Art Theatre (1906). Caricature drawing.

  

New Additions:

Books

Du Spirituel au theatre at au cinema (La Revue Russe, 29, 2007), Paris: Institut D’Etudes Slaves, 2007.

Marie-Christine Autant-Mathieu (ed), Le Theatre D’Art De Moscou: Ramifications, Voyages, Paris: CNRS Editions, 2005.

Alternatives theatrales, 87: Stanislavski, Tchekov, Paris: ARIAS, 2005.

 

 


List of Books in the Benedetti Archive

 

  1. Abalkin, Nikolai. Sistema Stanislavskogo i sovetsky teatr [Stanislavski’s System and Soviet Theatre]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1950).
  2. Ageyenko, Florencia; Zarva, Maya. Slovar’ udareniy russkogo yazyka [The Dictionary of Stresses in the Russian Language]. (Moscow: Russkiy yazik, 1993).
  3. Agitatzionno-massovoye iskusstvo: oformleniye prazdnestv. 1917 – 1932 [Mass Art and Propaganda. Design of Festivities. 1917 – 1932]. [Edited by V. P. Tolstoy]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1984).
  4. Agitatzionno-massovoye iskusstvo: oformleniye prazdnestv. 1917 – 1932 [Mass Art and Propaganda. Design of Festivities. 1917 – 1932]. [Edited by V. P. Tolstoy]. [TABLES]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1984).
  5. Aikhenvald, Yuri. Ostuzhev. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1977).
  6. Aikhenvald, Yuri. Sumbatov-Yuzhin. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1987).
  7. Aksakov, Sergei. Izbranniye sochineniya [Selected Works]. (Moscow – Leningrad: Gosudarstvennoye izdatelstvo khudozhestvennoi literaturi, 1949).
  8. Aktyorskoye iskusstvo [The Art of Acting]. [A Collection of Materials]. (Moscow: Khudozhestvennaya Literatura, 1935).
  9. Alpers, Boris. Iskaniya novoi stzeni [The Searches at the New Stage]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1985).
  10. Alpers, Boris. Teatr Mochalova i Shchepkina [Theatre of Mochalov and Shchepkin]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1979)
  11. Andreyev, Leonid. Dramaticheskiye proizvedeniya v 2 tomakh [Plays in 2 vol.]. (Leningrad: Iskusstvo, 1989).

Vol. 1.            ISBN 5 – 210 – 00396 – 5

ISBN 5 – 210 – 00397 – 3

Vol. 2

ISBN 5 – 210 – 00398 – 1

ISBN 5 – 210 – 00397 – 3

  1. Anikst, Alexander. Teoriya drami v Rossii ot Pushkina do Chekhova (Theory of Drama in Russia from Pushkin to Chekhov). (Moscow: Nauka, 1972).
  2. Anna Karenina” v Moskovskom Khudozhestvennom teatre [Anna Karenina in Moscow Art Theatre]. [A Collection of Materials]. (Moscow: MHAT Publishers, 1938).
  3. Annenkov, Yuri. Dnevnik moikh vstrech. Tsykl tragediy [The Diary of My Meetings. The Cycle of Tragedies]. In 2 books. (Moscow: Khudozhestvennaya literatura, 1991).

Book 1.            ISBN 5 – 280 – 02314 – 0 (v.1)           ISBN 5 – 280 – 02315 – 9

Book 2.            ISBN 5 – 280 – 02316 – 7 (v. 2)         ISBN 5 – 280 – 02315 – 9

 

  1. Araksmanyan (Grigoryan), Alexander. Iskusstvo rezhissyora [The Art of the Director]. (Erevan: Armyanskoye teatralnoye obshchestvo, 1983). [Signed by the author. An invitation to visit Armenia and a business card included].
  2. Arensky, K. Pis’ma v Gollivood [Letters to Hollywood]. (Based on the materials from the archive of Sergei Bertensson). (Monterey: K. Arensburger, 1968).
  3. Aseyev, Boris. Istoriya russkogo dramaticheskogo teatra pervoy polovini XIX veka [The History of Russian Drama Theatre of the 1st Half of the 19th Century]. (Moscow: GITIS, 1986).
  4. Aseyev, Boris. Istoriya russkogo dramaticheskogo teatra pervoy poloviny XIX veka [The History of Russian Drama Theatre of the 1st Half of the 19th Century]. (Moscow: GITIS, 1987).
  5. Aseyev, Boris. Russky dramatichesky teatr ot ego istokov do kontsa XVIII veka [Russian Drama Theatre from the Beginnings to the End of the 18th Century]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1977).
  6. Bakhtin, Mikhail. Estetika slovesnogo tvorchestva [Aesthetics of Verbal Creation]. 2nd edition. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1986).
  7. Bartoshevich, Alexei. Shekspir. Angliya. XX vek [Shakespeare. England. The 20th century]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1994). ISBN 5 – 210 – 02049 – 5 [Signed by the author in English].
  8. Bartoshevich, Alexei. Shekspir na angliyskoy stzene kontsa XIX – pervoy polovini XX veka. [Shakespeare on the English Stage. The end of the 19th – early 20th centuries]. (Moscow: Nauka, 1985). [Signed by the author].
  9. Belinsky, Vissarion. O drame i teatre. [On Drama and Theatre]. In 2 vol. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1983). Vol.1. 1831 – 1840.

Vol.2. 1840 – 1848.

  1. Belinsky, Vissarion. O teatre [On Theatre]. (Moscow: Detskaya literatura, 1982).
  2. Belinsky, Vissarion. Sobraniye sochineniy v 9 tomakh [Collected works in 9 vol.]. (Moscow: Khudozhestvennaya literatura, 1976–1982).

Vol.1. Stat’yi, retzenzii, zametki. 1834 – 1836. Dmitry Kalinin [Articles, reviews, notes. 1834 – 1836. Dmitry Kalinin]. (Moscow, 1976).

Vol.2. Stat’yi, retzenzii, zametki. Aprel’ 1838 – yanvar’ 1840 [Articles, reviews, notes. April 1838 – January 1840]. (Moscow, 1977).

Vol.3. Stat’yi, retzenzii, zametki. Fevral’ 1840 – 1841 [Articles, reviews, notes. February 1840 – 1841]. (Moscow, 1978).

Vol.4. Stat’yi, retzenzii, zametki. Mart 1841 – mart 1842 [Articles, reviews, notes. March 1841 – March 1842]. (Moscow, 1979).

Vol.5. Stat’yi, retzenzii, zametki. Aprel’ 1842 – noyabr’ 1843 [Articles, reviews, notes. April 1842 – November 1843]. (Moscow, 1979).

Vol.6. Stat’yi o Derzhavine, Pushkine, nezakonchenniye raboti [Articles about Derzhavin, Pushkin, unfinished works]. (Moscow, 1981).

Vol.7. Stat’yi, retzenzii, zametki. Dekabr’ 1843 – avgust 1845 [Articles, reviews, notes. December 1843 – August 1845]. (Moscow, 1981).

Vol.8. Stat’yi, retzenzii, zametki. Sentyabr’ 1845 – mart 1848 [Articles, reviews, notes. September 1845 – March 1848]. (Moscow, 1978).

Vol.9. Pis’ma 1829 – 1848 [Letters 1829 – 1848].             (Moscow, 1982).

 

  1. Ben’yash, Raisa. Katerina Semenova. (Lenigrad: Iskusstvo, 1987).
  2. Ben’yash, Raisa. Pavel Mochalov. (Leningrad: Iskusstvo, 1976).
  3. Bertensson, Sergei. V Gollivoode s Nemirovichem-Danchenko [In Hollywood with Nemirovich-Danchenko]. (Based on the materials from the archive of S. L. Bertensson; edited by K. Arensky) (Monterey: K. Arensburger, 1964).
  4. Beryozkin, Viktor. Khudozhnik v teatre Chekhova [The Set Designer in the Theatre of Chekhov]. (Moscow: Izobrazitelnoye iskusstvo, 1987).
  5. Beryozkin, Viktor. V. V. Dmitriyev. (Leningrad: Khudozhnik Rossiyskoy Federatsii, 1981).
  6. Boris Livanov [A composition based on the materials on life and creative work. Articles. Letters. Memoirs]. (Moscow: Vserossiyskoye teatralnoye obshchestvo, 1983).
  7. Bulgakov, Mikhail. Dnevnik – pis’ma – 1914 – 1940 [Diary – Letters – 1914-1940]. [Edited by V. Losev]. (Moscow: Sovremenny pisatel, 1997). ISBN 5 – 265 – 03374 – 2
  8. Bulgakov, Mikhail. Izbranniye proizvedeniya v 2 tomakh [Selected works in 2 vol.] (Kiev: Dnipro, 1989).

Vol.1. Belaya gvardiya. Rasskazi i povesti. Iz avtobiographicheskoy prozi [White Guard. Short stories and short novels. From the autobiographic prose]. ISBN 5 – 308 – 00394 – 7 (vol.1) ISBN 5 – 308 – 00396 – 3

Vol.2. Romani: Zhizn’ gospodina de Moliera. Teatralny roman. Master i Margarita [Novels: The Life of Monsieur de Molière; Theatre Novel; Master and Margarita]. ISBN 5 – 308 – 00395 – 5 (vol.2) ISBN 5 – 308 – 00396 – 3

 

  1. Bulgakov, Mikhail. Pis’ma: zhizneopisaniye v dokumentakh [Letters. An Account of Life in Documents]. (Moscow: Sovremennik, 1989). ISBN 5 – 270 – 00337 – 6
  2. Bulgakov, Mikhail. P’yesi [Plays]. (Moscow: Sovetsky pisatel’, 1986).
  3. Bulgakov, Mikhail. P’yesi 20-kh godov [Plays of the 1920s]. (Leningrad: Iskusstvo, 1989). ISBN 5 – 210 – 00442 – 2 37. Bulgakov, Mikhail. P’yesi 30-kh godov [Plays of the 1930s]. (St. Petersburg: Iskusstvo, 1994). ISBN 5 – 210 – 00442 – 2
  4. M. A. Bulgakov – dramaturg i khudozhestvennaya kultura ego vremeni [Mikhail Bulgakov – Playwright and the Artistic Culture of His Time]. (A Collection of Articles). (Moscow: Souyz teatralnykh deyateley RSFSR, 1988).
  5. Unpublished Bulgakov. Texts and Materials. [Ed. by E. Proffer]. (Ann Arbor: Ardis, 1977). Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1977, ISBN 0 – 88233- 289 – 9 (cloth) ISBN 0 – 88233 – 290 – 2 (paper)
  6. Bulgakova, Elena. Dnevnik Eleni Bulgakovoy [The Diary of Elena Bulgakova]. (Moscow: Knizhnaya Palata, 1990). ISBN 5 – 7000 – 0179 – 9
  7. Buryshkin, Pavel. Moskva kupecheskaya. [Merchants’ Moscow]. (Moscow: Sovremennik, 1991). ISBN 5 – 270 – 01288 – x
  8. Byloye [The Past]. [A Historic Almanac]. 10. Memoirs. (Paris: Atheneum, 1990). ISBN 2 – 906141 – 15 – 1
  9. Chaadayev, Pyotr. Stat’yi i pis’ma [Articles and Letters]. (Moscow: Sovremennik, 1987). [The Literary Heritage series].
  10. Chaika v postanovke Moskovskogo khudozhestvennogo teatra: rezhissyorskaya partitura K. S. Stanislavskogo [The Seagull produced by the Moscow Art Theatre: Director’s Score by Konstantin Stanislavski]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1938).
  11. Chaliapin, Feodor. Maska i dusha: Moyi sorok let na teatrakh [The Mask and the Soul: My Forty Years in Theatres]. (Moscow: Moskovsky rabochy, 1989). ISBN 5 – 239 – 00633 – 4
  12. Chaliapin, Feodor. Stranitsi iz moyey zhizni. Maska i dusha [Pages from my Life. The Mask and the Soul]. (Moscow: Knizhnaya palata, 1990). ISBN 5 – 7000 – 0204 – 3
  13. A. P. Chekhov. Dokumenti. Fotografii [Anton Chekhov. Documents. Photographs]. [Ed. by I. Varentsova, G. Shcheboleva]. (Moscow: Sovetskaya Rossiya, 1984). [Chronology and Index in English].
  14. Chekhov, Anton. Literaturnoye naslediye [Literary Heritage]. [Memoirs, texts, letters, materials]. (Moscow: Akademiya nauk SSSR, 1960). [Literary Heritage Series. Vol.68]
  15. Chekhov, Anton. Perepiska Chekhova [Chekhov’s Correspondence]. In 2 vol. [Edited by M. Gromov, etc.]. (Moscow: Khudozhestvennaya literature, 1984).

          Vol.1.             (Moscow, 1984).

         Vol. 2.             (Moscow, 1984)

 

  1. Chekhov, Anton. Polnoye sobraniye sochineniy i pisem v 30 tomakh [Complete works and letters in 30 volumes]. (Moscow: Nauka, 1974 – 1988).

Vol.1. Pis’ma. 1875 – 1886 [Letters. 1875 – 1886].             (Moscow, 1974).

Vol.2. Pis’ma. 1887 – 1888 (sentyabr’). [Letters. 1887 – 1888 (September]. (Moscow, 1975).

Vol. 3. Pis’ma. Oktyabr’ 1888 – dekabr’ 1889. [Letters. October 1888 – December 1889]. (Moscow, 1976).

Vol. 4. Pis’ma. Yanvar’ 1890 – fevral’ 1892. [Letters. January 1890 – December 1892]. (Moscow, 1976).

Vol. 5. Pis’ma. Mart 1892 – 1894 [Letters. March 1892 –1894]. (Moscow, 1977).

Vol. 6. Pis’ma. Yanvar’ 1895 – mai 1897 [Letters. January 1895 – May 1897]. (Moscow, 1978).

Vol. 7. Pis’ma. Iyun’ 1897 – dekabr’ 1898 [Letters. June 1897 – December 1898]. (Moscow, 1979).

Vol. 8. Pis’ma. 1899 [Letters. 1899]. (Moscow, 1980).

Vol. 9. Pis’ma. 1900 – mart 1901 [Letters. 1900 – March 1901]. (Moscow, 1980).

Vol. 10. Pis’ma. Aprel’ 1901 – iyul’ 1902 [Letters. April 1901 – July 1902]. (Moscow, 1981).

Vol. 11. Pis’ma. Iyul’ 1902 – dekabr’ 1903 [Letters. July 1902 – December 1903]. (Moscow, 1983).

Vol. 12. Pis’ma. 1904. [Letters. 1904]. (Moscow, 1983).

Pis’ma. Vol. 1 – 12. Ukazatel’ k tomam 1 – 12 [Letters. Vol. 1 – 12. Indexes to vol. 1 – 12]. (Moscow).

Vol. 11. P’yesi. 1878 – 1888. [Plays. 1878 – 1888].             (Moscow, 1986).

There are 2 copies of vol. 11.

Vol. 12. P’yesi. 1889 – 1891. [Plays. 1889 – 1891].             (Moscow, 1986).

There are 2 copies of vol. 12.

 

Vol. 14 -15. Proizvedeniya. 1890 – 1895. Iz Sibiri. Ostrov Sakhalin [Works. 1890 – 1895. From Siberia. Sakhalin Island]. (Moscow, 1987).

  1. Chekhov, Anton. P’yesi [Plays]. (Moscow: Russkiy yazyk, 1982). [In Russian, for foreign readers – with stresses]
  2. Chekhoviana: Melikhovskiye trudi i dni [Chekhoviana: Works and Days]. [Ed. by E. Streltsova]. (Moscow: Nauka, 1995). ISBN 5 – 02 – 0111224 – 0
  3. Chekhoviana: Stat’yi. Publikatsii. Esse [Chekhoviana: Articles. Publications. Essays]. [Edited by V. Lakshin]. (Moscow: Nauka, 1990). ISBN 5 – 02 – 012720 – 5
  4. A. P. Chekhov v vospominaniyakh sovremennikov [Anton Chekhov in the Memoirs of his Contemporaries]. (Moscow: Khudozhestvennaya literatura, 1986)
  5. Vokrug Chekhova [Around Chekhov]. [Ed. by E. M. Sakharov]. (Memoirs about Chekhov by his family). (Moscow: Pravda, 1990). ISBN 5 – 253 – 00123 – 9
  6. Olga Knipper-Chekhova: in 2 parts [Edited by V. Vilenkin] (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1972).

Part 1. Vospominaniya i stat’yi. Perepiska s A. P. Chekhovim (1902 – 1904). [Memoirs and articles. Correspondence with Chekhov (1902 – 1904)]. (Moscow, 1972).

Part 2. Perepiska (1896 – 1959). Vospominaniya ob O. L. Knipper-Chekhovoi [Correpondence (1896 – 1959). Memoirs about O. L. Knipper-Chekhova]. (Moscow, 1972).

  1. Melikhovsky letopisets: dnevnik Pavla Egorovicha Chekhova [Melikhovo Archivist: The Diary of Pavel Egorovich Chekhov]. (Moscow: Nauka, 1995). ISBN 5- 02 – 011232 – 1
  2. Chekhov, Michael. Literaturnoye naslediye v 2 tomakh. [Literary legacy in 2 vol.] (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1986).

Vol. 1. Vospominaniya. Pis’ma. [Memoirs. Letters].             (Moscow, 1986).

           Vol. 2. Vospominaniya. Pis’ma. [Memoirs. Letters]. (Moscow, 1986).

  1. Chekhov, Michael. O tekhnike aktyora [On the Technique of Actor]. (No publishing details. Copyright 1946 by M. Chekhov. Printed in the USA). [Rare edition]
  2. Uroki Mikhaila Chekhova v Gosudarstvennom teatre Litvi [The Lessons of Michael Chekhov at the State Theatre of Lithuania]. (Moscow: GITIS, 1989).
  3. Chernyshevsky, Nikolai. Izbranniye stat’yi [Selected Articles]. (Moscow: Sovetskaya Rossiya, 1978).
  4. Chushkin, Nikolai. Hamlet – Kachalov [From the Stage History of Shakespeare’s Hamlet]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1966).
  5. Dahl, Vladimir. Tolkovy slovar’ zhivogo velikorusskogo yazyka                      [Explanatory Dictionary of the Living Great Russian Language]. (Moscow: Russkiy yazyk, 1978).

Vol.1. A – Z             (Moscow, 1978)

Vol. 2. I – O             (Moscow, 1979)

Vol. 3. P.             (Moscow, 1980)

Vol. 4. R – V.             (Moscow, 1980)

 

  1. Sergei Diaghilev i russkoye iskusstvo. V 2 tomakh [Sergei Diaghilev and Russian Art. In 2 vol.] (Moscow: Izobrazitelnoye iskusstvo, 1982). Vol. 1. (Moscow, 1982).         Vol.2. (Moscow, 1982).
  2. Diderot, Denis. Estetika i literaturnaya kritika [Aesthetics and Literary Criticism]. (Moscow: Khudozhestvennaya literatura, 1980).
  3. Dobrolyubov, Nikolai. Literaturnaya kritika [Literary Criticism]. (Moscow: Khudozhestvennaya literatura, 1979).
  4. Boris Dobronravov. [Articles. Memoirs. Documents]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1983).
  5. Dostoyevsky, Fyodor. Prestupleniye i nakazaniye [Crime and Punishment]. [With an introduction in English]. (Letchworth: Bradda Books Ltd., 1965).
  6. Dostoyevsky i teatr [Dostoyevsky and Theatre]. [A Collection of Articles]. [Ed. by A. Ninov]. (Leningrad: Iskusstvo, 1983).
  7. Durylin, Sergei. Maria Nikolayevna Yermolova. 1853 – 1928. (Moscow: Akademiya nauk SSSR, 1953).
  8. Evreinoff, Nikolai. A History of the Russian Theatre. (Bradda Books Ltd. – Letchworth – Herts; no date).
  9. Efremov, Oleg. O teatre i o sebe. [On theatre and on Myself]. (Moscow: Moskovsky Khudozhestvenny Teatr, 1997).
  10. Efremov, Oleg. Vse neprosto [Nothing is Easy]. [Articles, Speeches, Documents]. (Moscow: Artist – Rezhissyor – Teatr, 1992). ISBN 5 – 87334 – 067 – 6
  11. Efros, Anatoly. Izbranniye proizvedeniya v 4 tomakh [Selected works in 4 vol.] (Moscow: Panas, 1993). Vol.1. Repetitsiya lyubov moya [Rehearsal Is My Love]. (Moscow, 1993).            ISBN 5 – 7799 – 0024 – 8

         Vol.2. Professiya: rezhissyor [Profession: Director]. (Moscow, 1993).

ISBN 5 – 7799 – 0023 – x

         Vol.3. Prodolzheniye teatralnogo romana [Continuation of a Theatre

Novel].      (Moscow, 1993). ISBN 5 – 7799 – 0024 – x

        Vol.4. Kniga chetvertaya [Book Four]. (Moscow, 1993).

ISBN 5 – 7799 – 0025 – 6

75. Efros, Anatoly. Prodolzheniye teatralnogo romana [Continuation of a Theatre Novel]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1985).
76. Efros, Nikolai. Mikhail Shchepkin: opyt kharakteristiki [Mikhail Shchepkin: an Attempt at Characterization]. (St. Petersburg, 1920). [Possibly rare edition].

 77. Efros, Nikolai. Moskovsky Khudozhestvenny Teatr.1898 – 1923. [Moscow Art Theatre. 1898 – 1923]. (Moscow – St. Petersburg: Gosudarstvennoye izdatelstvo, 1924).

 78. Efros, Nikolai. “Na Dne”: p’yesa Maxima Gorkogo v postanovke Moskovskogo Khudozhestvennogo teatra [The Lower Depths: Maxim Gorky’s Play Produced by the Moscow Art Theatre]. [A Collection of Materials]. (Moscow: Svetozar, Gosudarstvennoye izdatelstvo), 1923. [A rare edition].

  1. Ezhegodnik Moskovskogo Khudozhestvennogo teatra. 1943 [The Annual Chronicle of the Moscow Art Theatre. 1943]. (Moscow: Moskovsky Khudozhestvenny teatr, 1945).
  2. Ezhegodnik Moskovskogo Khudozhestvennogo teatra. 1944 [The Annual Chronicle of the Moscow Art Theatre. 1944]. Vol. 1. (Moscow: Moskovsky Khudozhestvenny teatr, 1946).
  3. Ezhegodnik Moskovskogo khudozhestvennogo teatra. 1951 – 1952 [The Annual Chronicle of the Moscow Art Theatre. 1951 – 1952]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1956).
  4. Facets / Grani [Literary, artistic and political magazine]. Frankfurt / Mein, October 1969, No 73
  5. Favorsky v teatre [Favorsky in Theatre]. (Moscow: Soyuz teatralnykh deyatelei, 1988).
  6. Fed’, Nikolai. Iskusstvo komedii ili mir skvoz’ smekh [The Art of Comedy, or the World through Tears]. (Moscow: Nauka, 1978).
  7. Pavel Nikolayevich Filonov. [Paintings, graphics from the collection of the State Russian Museum. Catalogue of the exhibition]. (Leningrad: Avrora, 1988).
  8. Freidenberg, Olga. Mif i teatr [Myth and Theatre]. (Moscow: GITIS, 1988).
  9. Gayevsky, Vadim. Fleita Gamleta: Obrazi sovremennogo teatra [Hamlet’s Flute: Images of Modern Theatre]. (Moscow: Soyz teatralnykh deyatelei, 1990).
  10. Giatsintova, Sofia. S pamyat’yu nayedine [Alone with Memory]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1985).
  11. Gladkov, Alexander. Meyerhold. In 2 vol. (Moscow: STD, 1990).

         Vol. 1. Godi ucheniya Vsevoloda Meyerholda. Gore umu. Chatsky-Garin [Meyerhold’s Years of Study. Woe to Wit. Chatsky-Garin]. (Moscow, 1990).

        Vol. 2. Pyat’ let s Meyerholdom. Vstrechi s Pasternakom. [Five Years with  Meyerhold. Meetings with Pasternak]. (Moscow, 1990).

 90. Glikman, Isaak. Meyerhold i muzikalny teatr [Meyerhold and Musical Theatre]. (Leningrad: Sovetsky kompozitor, 1989).

91. Gogol, Nikolai. Izbranniye stat’yi [Selected Essays]. (Moscow: Sovremennik, 1980).

  1. Gogol, Nikolai. Komedii [Comedies]. (Leningrad: Iskusstvo, 1988). ISBN 5 – 210 – 00064 – 8
  2. Gogol, Nikolai. Perepiska: v 2 tomakh [Nikolai Gogol’s Correspondence: in 2 vol.]. [Ed. by A. Karpov and M. Virolaynen]. (Moscow: Khudozhestvennaya literatura, 1988).

Vol.1.            ISBN 5 – 280 – 00105 – 8 (vol.1)     ISBN 5 – 280 – 00104 – X

         Vol. 2.            ISBN 5 – 280 – 00106 – 6 (Vol.2)    ISBN 5 – 280 – 00104 – x

  1. Gorchakov, Nikolai. Rezhissyorskiye uroki Stanislavskogo [Directing Lessons of Konstantin Stanislavski]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1951).
  2. Gorchakov, Nikolai. Stanislavski o rabote rezhissyora s aktyorom [Stanislavski on Director’s Work with an Actor]. (Moscow: Vserossiyskoye teatralnoye obshchestvo, 1958).
  3. Gore ot uma” na russkoy i sovetskoy stzene [Woe from Wit on Russian and Soviet Stage]. Ed. by O. Feldman. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1987).
  4. Gore ot uma” na stzene Moskovskogo Khudozhestvennogo Teatra [Woe from Wit on the Stage of the Moscow Art Theatre]. [Four versions: 1906, 1914, 1925, 1938]. (Moscow: Vserossiyskoye Teatralnoye Obshchestvo, 1979).
  5. Gorfunkel, Elena. Smoktunovsky. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1990). IBBN 5 – 210 – 00180 – 6
  6. 99. Gorky, Arkhiv [Archive]. Vol. 12. Khudozhestvenniye proizvedeniya. Stat’yi. Zametki [Fiction. Articles. Notes]. (Moscow: Nauka, 1969).

Vol. 14. Neizdannaya perepiska [Unpublished correspondence].             (Moscow: Nauka, 1976).
100. Gorky, Maxim. Perepiska Maxima Gorkogo [Maxim Gorky’s correspondence]. In 2 vol. (Moscow: Khudozhestvennaya literatura, 1986).

Vol.1.             (Moscow, 1986)

Vol. 2             (Moscow, 1986)

  1. Gorky, Maxim. Polnoye sobraniye sochineniy v 25 tomakh [Complete works in 25 vol.]

Vol. 7. P’yesi, dramaticheskiye nabroski: 1897 – 1906 [Plays. Dramatic              sketches].            (Moscow: Nauka, 1970).

Vol. 13. P’yesi, stzeni, nabroski: 1907 – 1917 [Plays, scenes, sketches: 1907 –  1917]. (Moscow: Nauka, 1972).

  1. Gorky, Maxim. P’yesi, stzenarii, dramaticheskiye otryvki. 1917 – 1935 [Plays, scripts, dramatic sketches. 1917 – 1935]. (Book 19). (Moscow: Nauka, 1973).
  2. Gosudarstvenny operny teatr-studiya imeni Stanislavskogo [State Opera Studio Theatre Named after K. S. Stanislavski]. [Text by Viktor Belyayev]. (Moscow, 1928). [Possibly rare edition].
  3. Griboyedov, Alexander. “Gore ot uma” [Woe from Wit]. [A Russian Reader with Explanatory Notes in English]. (Moscow: Russky yazyk, 1984).
  4. Griboyedov, Alexander. Poeticheskiye proizvedeniya [Poetic Works]. (Leningrad: Sovetsky pisatel’, 1987].
  5. Grigoryev, Apollon. Teatralnaya kritika [Theatre Criticism]. (Leningrad: Iskusstvo, 1985).
  6. Grits, Theodore. M. S. Shchepkin. Letopis’ zhizni i tvorchestva [Mikhail Shchepkin. A Chronicle of Life and Art]. (Moscow: Nauka, 1966).
  7. Herzen, Alexander. Byloye i dumy [The Past and the Thoughts]. In 3 vol. (Moscow: Khudozhestvennaya literatura, 1982). Vol. 1. Parts 1 – 3.             (Moscow, 1982).

Vol. 2. Parts 4 – 5.             (Moscow, 1982).             Vol. 3. Parts 6 – 8.             (Moscow, 1982).

  1. Herzen, Alexander. Pis’ma izdaleka [Letters from Afar]. (Moscow: Sovremennik, 1981).
  2. Istoriya russkogo dramaticheskogo teatra [The History of Russian Drama Theatre]. In 7 vol. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1977 – 1987). Vol.1. The beginning of theatre – the end of the 18th century.            (Moscow, 1977).            Vol.2. 1801 – 1825.            (Moscow, 1977).            Vol.3. 1826 – 1845.            (Moscow, 1978).            Vol.4. 1846 – 1861.            (Moscow, 1979).            Vol.5. 1862 – 1881            (Moscow, 1980).

Vol.6. 1882 – 1897.            (Moscow, 1982).            Vol.7. 1898 – 1917.            (Moscow, 1987).            There are 2 copies of volume 7. 111. Istoriya russkogo sovetskogo dramaticheskogo teatra [The History of Russian Soviet Drama Theatre].            Book 1. 1917 – 1945.            (Moscow: Prosveshcheniye, 1984).

  1. Istoriya sovetskogo dramaticheskogo teatra [The History of Russian Soviet Drama Theatre]. In 2 vol. [Ed. by Y. Dmitriyev]. (Moscow: Prosveshcheniye, 1987).

Vol. 2. 1945 – 1980s.

  1. Ivanov, Vyacheslav. Predchuvstviya i predvestiya [Anticipations and Premonitions]. (Moscow: GITIS, 1991).
  2. Kachalov. Sbornik statey, vospominaniy, pisem [Kachalov. A Collection of Articles, Memoirs, Letters]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1954).
  3. Kalandarishvili, Mikhail. Problemi rezhissuri Sandro Akhmeteli [The Problems of Sandro Akhmeteli’s Directorial Work]. (Tbilisi: Khelovneba, 1986).
  4. Karaganov, Alexander. Vsevolod Pudovkin [Vsevolod Pudovkin]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1983).
  5. Karyakin, Yuri. Dostoyevsky i kanun XXI veka [Dostoyevsky and the Eve of the 21st Century]. (Moscow: Sovetsky Pisatel, 1989). ISBN 5 – 265 – 00476 – 9
  6. Mikhail Nikolayevich Kedrov, 1893 – 1972. [Articles, speeches, conversations. Memoirs about him]. (Moscow: Vserossiyskoye teatralnoye obshchestvo, 1978).
  7. Kern, Anna. Vospominaniya. Dnevniki. Pis’ma [Memoirs. Diaries. Letters]. (Moscow: Pravda, 1989).
  8. Khaichenko, Grigory. Stranitsi istorii sovetskogo teatra [Pages of the History of Soviet Theatre]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1983).
  9. Khodasevich, Vladislav. Stikhotvoreniya [Poems]. (Leningard: Sovetsky pisatel, 1989). ISBN 5 – 265 – 00954 – x
  10. Khudozhnik i stzena [The Set Designer and the Stage]. [A Collection of Articles and Publications). (Moscow: Sovetsky Khudozhnik, 1988). ISBN 5 – 269 – 00181 – 0
  11. Klimova, Ludmila. K. S. Stanislavski v russkoy i sovetskoy kritike [K.S. Stanislavski in Russian and Soviet Criticism]. (Leningrad: Iskusstvo, 1986).
  12. Knebel, Maria. Poeziya pedagogiki [The Poetry of Pedagogy]. (Moscow: Vserossiyskoye teatralnoye obshchestvo, 1984).
  13. Knebel, Maria. Shkola rezhissuri Nemirovicha-Danchenko [Nemirovich-Danchenko’s School of Directing]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1966).
  14. Knebel, Maria. Slovo v tvorchestve aktyora [The Word in Actor’s Work]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1954).
  15. Knebel, Maria. Vsya zhizn’ [The Entire Life]. (Moscow: Vserossiyskoye teatralnoye obshchestvo, 1967).
  16. Komissarjevsky, Feodor. Tvorchestvo aktyora i teoriya Stanislavskogo [Tvorchestvo aktyora i teoriya Stanislavskogo]. (Petrograd, no date). [Possibly rare, pre-revolutionary edition].
  17. Komissarjevsky, Viktor. Teatr, kotory lyublyu [The Theatre That I Love]. [Articles, notes, essays]. (Moscow: Vserossiyskoye tetralnoye obshchestvo, 1981).
  18. Koonen, Alisa. Stranitsi zhizni [Pages of Life]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1985).
  19. Korzhevich, Ludmila. Put’ aktyora: M. I. Tsaryov [The Path of an Actor. M. I. Tsaryov]. (Moscow: Vserossiyskoye teatralnoye obshchestvo, 1981).
  20. Korzov, Yuri. Dramaturgiya Nemirovicha-Danchenko [The Plays of Nemirovich-Danchenko]. (Kiev: Kiev University Press, 1971)
  21. Kovshov, Nikolai. Uroki M. N. Kedrova [M. N. Kedrov’s Lessons]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1983). [There are two copies of this book].
  22. Kristie, Grigory. Rabota Stanislavskogo v opernom teatre [Stanislavski’s Work in Opera Theatre]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1952)
  23. Lakshin, Vladimir. Alexander Ostrovsky. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1982).
  24. Laterna Magica [Magic Lantern]. [The Show of St. Petersburg salesmen, tradesmen, and other men of trade and production]. (Ed. by E. Osetrov). [A facsimile copy of the 1817 edition]. Moscow, Kniga, 1988. [In Russian, French and German. With a supplement].
  25. Leningradsky gosudarstvenny teatr im A. S. Pushkina [Leningrad State Pushkin Theatre]. [Materials and Pictures]. (Leningrad: Iskusstvo, 1983).
  26. Leonid Mironovich Leonidov. [Memoirs, articles, conversations, correspondence, notebooks; articles and memoirs about L. M. Leonidov]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1960).
  27. Lermontov. Kartini, akvareli, risunki. [Lermontov. Paintings, watercolors, drawings]. [With an introduction by Irakly Andronikov]. (Moscow: Izobrazitelnoye iskusstvo, 1980).
  28. Lermontov, Mikhail. Sobraniye sochineni [Collected Works]. (Moscow: Khudozhestvennaya Literatura, 1983).
  29. Maria Lilina. [A Collection of essays on her life and art; correspondence]. (Moscow: Vserossiyskoye teatralnoye obshchestvo, 1960).
  30. Lunacharsky, Anatoly. On Literature and Art. (Moscow: Progress, 1973). [In English].
  31. Lunacharsky, Anatoly. Stat’yi o literature v 2 tomakh [Articles on Literature in 2 vol.] (Moscow: Khudozhestvennaya literatura, 1988).

Vol. 1.             (Moscow, 1988) ISBN 5 – 280 – 00389 – 1 (V.1)

ISBN 5 – 280 – 00388 – 3

           Vol. 2            (Moscow, 1988) ISBN 5 – 280 – 00390 – 5 (V.2)

ISBN 5 – 280 – 00388 – 3

  1. Lutskaya, Elena. Enar Stenberg. (Moscow, Sovetsky Khudozhnik, 1988). ISBN S – 269 – 00193 – 4
  2. Maly teatr SSSR. 1824 – 1974 [Maly Theatre of the USSR. 1824 – 1974]. In 2 vol. (Moscow: Vserossiyskoye teatralnoye obshchestvo, 1978 – 1983). Vol.1. 1824 – 1917. (Moscow, 1978).            Vol.2. 1917 – 1974.            (Moscow, 1983). 147. Markov, Pavel. O teatre. V 4 tomakh [On Theatre. In 4 vol.]            Vol.4. Dnevnik teatralnogo kritika. 1930 – 1976 [Diary of a Theatre Critic.              1930 – 1976].            (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1977).
  3. Markov, Pavel. Kniga vospominaniy [A Book of Memoirs]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1983).
  4. Markov, Pavel. V Khudozhestvennom teatre: Kniga zavlita [In the Art Theatre: A Dramaturg’s Book]. (Moscow: VTO, 1976).
  5. Matskin, Alexander. Teatr moikh sovremennikov: iz starykh i novykh tetradey [Theatre of my Contemporaries: from old and new books]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1987).
  6. V. V. Mayakovsky [Photo and literary materials]. [Ed. by A. Ivushkina]. (Moscow: Planeta, 1984).
  7. Mayakovsky, Vladimir. Sobraniye sochineniy v 12 tomakh [Collected works in 12 volumes]. (Moscow: Pravda, 1978).

Vol. 1 – 12.             (Moscow, 1978).

  1. Meyerhold, Vsevolod. Perepiska. 1896 – 1939 [Correspondence. 1896 – 1939]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1976).
  2. Tvorcheskoye naslediye Meyerholda [The Artistic Legacy of Vsevolod Meyerhold]. (Moscow: Vserossiyskoye teatralnoye obshchestvo, 1978).
  3. Meyerhold i khudozhniki [Meyerhold and Set Designers]. [A Collection of Materials]. [Ed. by A. Mikhailova]. (Moscow: GALART, 1995). [In Russian and English]. ISBN 5 – 269 – 00875 – 0
  4. Meyerholdovsky sbornik. [A Collection of Works on Meyerhold]. (Moscow, 1992).

           First Issue. Part 1.            (Moscow, 1992).

            First Issue. Part 2.            (Moscow, 1992).

  1. Mints, Nina. David Garrick i teatr ego vremeni [David Garrick and Theatre of His Time]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1977).
  2. Moskovsky Khudozhestvenny teatr [Moscow Art Theatre]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1978).
  3. Moskovsky Khudozhestvenny teatr v sovetskuyu epokhu. Materiali i dokumenti [Moscow Art Theatre during the Soviet Era. Materials and Documents]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1974).
  4. Moskovsky Nablyudatel [Moscow Observer magazine]. Moscow. 1991. N 11. [Smeliansky on the Moscow Art Theatre in the US. Bartoshevich on Theodore Komissarjevsky. Chekhov and Shakespeare].
  5. I. M. Moskvin. Stat’yi i materiali [Ivan Moskvin. Articles and Materials]. (Moscow: Vserossiyskoye Teatralnye Obshchestvo, 1948).
  6. Narodniye khudozhestvennye promysli [Folk Arts and Crafts]. 1917 – 1932. [Materials and documents. Illustrations]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1986).
  7. Nekhoroshev, Yuri. Khudozhnik Moskovskogo Khudozhestvennogo teatra Viktor Simov [Set Designer of the Moscow Art Theatre Viktor Simov]. (Moscow: Sovetsky Khudozhnik, 1984).
  8. Nekrasov, Vitaly. Bezumny den’, ili zhenit’ba Figaro [One Crazy Day, or the Marriage of Figaro]. (Moscow: Vserossiyskoye teatralnoye obshchestvo, 1984).
  9. Nemirovich-Danchenko, Vladimir. Izbranniye pis’ma. V 2 tomakh [Selected letters. In 2 vol.] (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1979).

           Vol. 1. 1879 – 1909.             (Moscow, 1979).

Vol.2. 1910 – 1943.             (Moscow, 1979)

166. Nemirovich-Danchenko, Vladimir. Nezavershenniye rezhissyorskiye raboti: Boris Godunov. Gamlet [Unfinished Director’s Projects: Boris Godunov. Hamlet]. (Moscow: Vserossiyskoye tetaralnoye obshchestvo, 1984).

 167.Nemirovich-Danchenko, Vladimir. O tvorchestve aktyora [About the Art of Actor]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1984).

 168.Nemirovich-Danchenko, Vladimir. P’yesi [Plays]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1962).

  1. Nemirovich-Danchenko, Vladimir. Retzenzii. Stat’yi. Interview. Ocherki. Zametki. 1877 – 1942 [Reviews. Articles. Interviews. Notes. 1877 – 1942]. (Moscow: Vserossiyskoye teatralnoye obshchestvo, 1980).
  2. Nemirovich-Danchenko, Vladimir. Rozhdeniye teatra [The Birth of a Theatre]. [Memoirs, Articles, Notes, Letters]. (Moscow: Pravda, 1989).
  3. Nenarokov, Albert. 1917. Veliky Oktyabr’: kratkaya istoriya, dokumenti, fotografii [1917. The Great October: Brief History, Photographs, Documents]. (Moscow: Izdatelstvo politicheskoy literaturi, 1976).
  4. Novitskaya, Lidiya. Uroki vdokhoveniya. Sistema Stanislavskogo v deystvii [Lessons of Inspiration. Stanislavski’s System in Action]. (Moscow: Vserossiyskoye teatralnoye obshchestvo, 1984).
  5. Orlov, Yuri. Moskovsky Khudozhestvenny teatr: novatorstvo i traditsii v organizatsii tvorcheskogo prozessa [Moscow Art Theatre. Innovations and Traditions in the Organizing of the Creative Process]. (Rostov-na-Donu, 1989). ISBN 5 – 7509 – 0093 – 2
  6. Ostrovsky, Alexander. Goryacheye serdtse [Hot Heart]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1987).
  7. Ostrovsky, Alexander. O literature i teatre. [On Literature and Theatre]. (Moscow: Sovremennik, 1986). [From the Literary Heritage series].
  8. Ostrovsky, Alexander. Polnoye sobraniye sochineniy v 12 tomakh [Complete works in 12 vol.]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1973 – 1980)

Vol. 5. P’yesi: 1878 – 1884 [Plays: 1878 – 1884].             (Moscow, 1976)

           Vol. 6. P’yesi: 1861 – 1865 [Plays: 1861 – 1865] (Moscow, 1976)

Vol. 7. P’yesi: 1866 – 1873 [Plays: 1866 – 1873]             (Moscow, 1977)

           Vol. 8. P’yesi, napisanniye v soavtorstve: 1876 – 1882 [Plays written in collaboration: 1876 – 1882] Vol. 10. Stat’yi. Zametki. Rechi. Dnevniki. Slovar’ [Articles. Notes. Speeches. Diaries. Dictionary]. (Moscow, 1978).

  1. Ostrovsky, Aleksandr. P’yesi [Plays]. (Moscow: Moskovsky rabochiy, 1978).
  2. Ostrovsky, Alexander. Sobraniye sochineniy v 3 tomakh. [Collected works in 3 vol.] (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1996).

Vol. 1. P’yesi [Plays]: 1850 – 1861.                (Moscow, 1996).             ISBN 5 – 210 – 01455 – x; ISBN 5 – 210 – 01456 – 8 (vol.1)

Vol. 2. P’yesi [Plays]: 1863 – 1874.             (Moscow, 1996).             ISBN 5 – 210 – 01455 – x; ISBN 5 – 210 – 01457 – 6 (vol.2)

Vol. 3. P’yesi [Plays]: 1873 – 1884.             (Moscow, 1996).             ISBN 5 – 210 – 01455 – x; ISBN 5 – 210 – 01458 – 4 (vol. 3)

  1. Ostrovsky, Alexander. Vsya zhizn’ – teatru [All My Life – to Theatre]. (Moscow: Sovetskaya Rossiya, 1989). [The Russian Diaries Series]. ISBN 5 – 268 – 00705 – x
  2. Ot teksta k stzene. Rossiysko-frantsuzskiye teatralnye vzaimodeistviya XIX – XX vekov [From Text to Stage. Russian-French Theatre Interactions in the 19-20 cc. [Russian and French collaborative work]. (Moscow: OGI, 2006). ISBN 5 – 94282 – 363 – 4
  3. Pasternak, Boris. Doctor Zhivago. [Novel. Short novels. Fragments of prose]. (Moscow: Sovetsky pisatel’, 1989). ISBN 5 – 265 – 01073 – 4
  4. Pasternak, Evgeny. Boris Pasternak: materiali k biografii [Boris Pasternak: Materials for biography]. (Moscow: Sovetsky Pisatel, 1989). ISBN 5 – 265 – 01066 – 1
  5. Pazhitnov, Leonid. Aleksandr Lensky. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1988).
  6. Pervy Vsesoyuzny s’yezd sovetskikh pisateley. 1934 [The First All-Russia Conference of Soviet Writers]. 1934. [Stenographic report]. (Moscow, Sovetsky Pisatel, 1990). [A reprint of the following edition: Moscow, Gosudarstvennoye Izdatelstvo Khudozhestvennaya Literatura, 1934]
  7. Pervy Vsesoyuzny s’yezd sovetskikh pisateley. 1934 [The First All-Russia Conference of Soviet Writers]. 1934. [Stenographic report]. [Supplements]. (Moscow: Sovetsky pisatel, 1990). [A reprint of the following edition: Moscow, Gosudarstvennoye izdatelstvo Khudozhestvennaya literatura, 1934].
  8. Petrova, Anna. Stzenicheskaya rech [Speech on Stage]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1981).
  9. Petrovskaya, Ira. Istochnikovedeniye istorii russkogo dorevolutsionnogo dramaticheskogo teatra [The Study of the Sources of the History of Russian Pre-Revolutionary Drama Theatre]. (Leningrad: Iskusstvo, 1971).
  10. Petrovskaya, Ira. Teatr i zritel’ rossiyskikh stolits. 1895 – 1917 [Theatre and Audience of Russian Capitals. 1895 – 1917]. (Leningrad: Iskusstvo, 1990). ISBN 5 – 210 – 00273 – x
  11. Pliatt, Rostislav. Bez epiloga [No Epilogue]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1991). ISBN 5 – 210 – 020350 – 8
  12. Plotnikov, Nikolai. Aktyor i ego rabota [Actor and His Work]. (Moscow: Vserossiyskoye teatralnoye obshchestvo, 1982).
  13. Poliakova, Elena. Sadovskiye [Sadovsky Acting Family]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1986).
  14. Poliakova, Elena. Stanislavski. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1977).
  15. Poliakova, Elena. Stanislavski – aktyor [Stanislavski – Actor]. (Moscow, 1972)
  16. A. D. Popov. Tvorcheskoye naslediye [Alexei Popov. Creative Legacy]. (Moscow: Vserossiyskoye Teatralnoye Obshchestvo, 1979).
  17. Prokofiev, Vladimir. V sporakh o Stanislavskom [In Debates about Stanislavski]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1976).
  18. Pushkin, Alexander. Sobraniye sochineniy v 10 tomakh [Collected works in 10 volumes]. (Moscow: Khudozhestvennaya literatura, 1974 – 78).

Vol. 1. Stikhotvoreniya. 1813 – 1824 [Poems. 1813 – 1824].             (Moscow,       1974).

Vol. 2. Stikhotvoreniya. 1825 – 1836 [Poems. 1825 – 1836].             (Moscow,     1974).

Vol. 3. Skazki [Fairy tales].             (Moscow, 1975).

Vol. 4. Evgeniy Onegin. Dramaticheskiye proizvedeniya [Eugene Onegin. Dramatic works]. (Moscow, 1975).

Vol. 5.   Romany. Povesti[Novels. Short novels].             (Moscow, 1975).

Vol. 6.  Kritika i publitsistika [Criticism and Journalism].             (Moscow, 1976).

           Vol. 7. Istoriya Pugacheva. Istoricheskiye statyi i materiali. Vospominaniya i dnevniki [The Story of Pugachev. Historical articles and materials. Memoirs and diaries. Historical works]. (Moscow, 1976).

           Vol. 8.  Istoriya Petra 1. Zapiski generala Moreau de Brasay [The Story of Peter 1. Notes of the General Moreau de Brasay]. (Moscow, 1977).

Vol. 9.  Pis’ma. 1815 – 1830 [Letters. 1815 – 1830].             (Moscow, 1977).

Vol. 10.  Pis’ma. 1831 – 1837 [Letters. 1831 – 1837].             (Moscow, 1978).

 

  1. Pushkin A. S. v russkoy i sovetskoy illustratsii [Alexander Pushkin in Russian and Soviet Illustrations]. In 2 vol. (Moscow: Kniga, 1987).

Vol. 1. Catalogue/ reference book. (Moscow, 1987). Vol. 2. Album (Moscow, 1987).

  1. Pyzhova, Olga. Fragmenti teatralnoy sudbi [The Fragments of Theatre Destiny]. (Moscow: Sovetskaya Rossiya, 1986).
  2. Radishcheva, Olga. Stanislavski i Nemirovich Danchenko. Istoriya teatralnykh otnosheniy [Stanislavski and Nemirovich-Danchenko. The Story of a Theatre Relationship]. In 3 vol. (Moscow: ART, 1997 – 1999).

         Vol. 1.  1897 – 1908 (Moscow, 1997) ISBN 5 – 87334 – 020 – x

         Vol. 2.  1909 – 1917 (Moscow, 1999) ISBN 5 – 87334 – 034 – x

         Vol. 3.  1917 – 1938 (Moscow, 1999) ISBN 5 – 87334 – 035 – 8

  1. Rakhmanov, Mamadzan. Uzbeksky teatr s drevneishikh vremyon do 1917 [Uzbek Theatre from the Ancient Times to 1917]. (Tashkent: Izdatelstvo literature I iskusstva imeni Gafura Gulyama, 1981). [Signed by the author?].
  2. Rossi, Ernesto. Sorok let na stzene [Forty Years on Stage]. (Leningrad: Iskusstvo, 1976).
[Theatre Memoirs series].

  1. Rudnitsky, Konstantin. Lyubimtsi publiki [The Darlings of the Audience]. [A Collection of Articles]. (Kiev: Mistetstvo, 1990). ISBN 5 – 7715 – 0403 – 3
  2. Rudnitsky, Konstantin. Meyerhold. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1981). [There are two copies of this book].
  3. Rudnitsky, Konstantin. Russkoye rezhissyorskoye iskusstvo. 1898 – 1907 [The Art of Directing in Russia. 1898 – 1907]. (Moscow: Nauka, 1989). ISBN 5 – 02 – 012679 – 9
  4. Rudnitsky, Konstantin. Russkoye rezhissyorskoye iskusstvo. 1908 – 1917 [The Art of Directing in Russia. 1908 – 1917]. (Moscow: Nauka, 1990). ISBN 5 – 02 – 012770 – 1
  5. Rudnitsky, Konstantin. Teatralnye syuzheti [Theatre Stories]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1990). ISBN 5 – 210 – 00369 – 8
  6. Russkaya dramaturgiya XVIII veka [Russian Plays of the 18th Century]. (Moscow: Sovremennik, 1987).
  7. Russkaya dramaturgiya XIX veka [Russian Plays of the 19th Century]. [Edited by S. Nikitin]. (Moscow: Sovremennik, 1988). ISBN 5 – 270 – 001 18 – 7
  8. Russkaya khudozhestvennaya kultura vtoroy polovini XIX veka [Russian Artistic Culture of the 2nd Half of the 19th Century]. [Ed. by G. Sternin]. (Moscow: Nauka, 1988). ISBN 5 – 02 – 012701- 9
  9. Russkaya teatralnaya shkola [Russian Theatre School]. [A Collection of Materials]. [Ed. by Y. Shilov]. (Moscow: PanInter, 2004). ISBN 5 – 89884 – 025 – 7
  10. Russko-angliysky nauchno-technichesky slovar’ perevodchika [Russian-English Scientific and Technical Translator’s Dictionary]. (Moscow: John Wiley and Sons LTD, 1991). ISBN 5 – 02 – 022467 – 7
  11. Russkoye aktyorskoye iskusstvo XX veka [Russian Acting of the 20th century] [A Collection of Articles; summaries and contents in English. Signed by A. Kirillov, research fellow at the institute]. [St. Petersburg, Rossiysky institut istorii iskusstv, 1992]. ISBN 5 – 7916 – 0114 – 7
  12. Russky avangard 1910-1920 godov i teatr [Russian Avant-garde of the 1910 – 1920s and Theatre]. [A Collection of Articles]. (St. Petersburg: Dmitry Bulanin, 2000).
  13. Russky sovetsky teatr. 1926 – 1932 [Russian Soviet Theatre. 1926 – 1932]. [Part One]. (Leningrad: Iskusstvo, 1982).
  14. Russky teatralny feuilleton [Russian Theatre Feuilleton]. (Leningrad: Iskusstvo, 1991). ISBN 5 – 210 – 00262 – 4
  15. Russky yazik bez problem [Russian Language without Difficulties]. [3 audio cassettes].
  16. Rybakov, Anatoly. Deti Arbata [The Children of Arbat]. (Moscow: Sovetsky Pisatel, 1988). ISBN 5 – 265 – 00456 – 4
  17. Rybakov, Anatoly. Strakh: tridsat’ pyatiy i drugiye godi [Fear. 1935 and Other Years]. (Moscow: Sovetsky Pisatel, 1989 – 1990). Book 1. (Moscow, 1989).            ISBN 5 – 265 – 01003 – 3,            Book 2.            (Moscow, 1990).            ISBN 5 – 265 – 02205 – 8
  18. Ryzhov, Nikolai. Ryzhov o Ryzhovoy [Ryzhov on Ryzhova]. (A book by well-known actor Nikolai Ryzhov about his famous mother, actress Varvara Ryzhova). (Moscow: Vserossiyskoye teatralnoye obshchestvo, 1984).
  19. M. S. Shchepkin: zhizn’ i tvorchestvo [Mikhail Semyonovich Shchepkin: Life and Art]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1984). Vol.1. Notes and stories by Shchepkin.

Vol.2. Memoirs of contemporaries about Shchepkin.

  1. Shekspirovskiye chteniya. 1978 [Shakespeare Readings. 1978]. [Ed. By A. Anikst]. (Moscow: Nauka, 1981). [Table of contents in English].
  2. Shverubovich, Vadim. O starom Khudozhestvennom teatre [On the Old Moscow Art Theatre]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1990). ISBN 5 – 210 – 00177 – 6 There are two copies of this book.
  3. Sibiryakov, Nikita. Mirovoye znacheniye Stanislavskogo [Stanislavski’s International Significance]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1988).
  4. 224. Slovar’ russkogo yazyka [Russian Language Dictionary]. In 4 vol. [Edited by A. Yevgenyeva]. (Moscow: Russkiy yazyk, 1981 – 1984)

Vol. 1. A – J             (Moscow, 1981)

Vol. 2. K – O             (Moscow, 1983)

Vol. 3. P – R             (Moscow, 1983)

Vol. 4. S – Ya             (Moscow, 1984)

 

  1. Smeliansky, Anatoly. Mikhail Bulgakov v Khudozhestvennom teatre [Mikhail Bulgakov at the Moscow Art Theatre]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1986). [Signed by A. Smeliansky: “To J. Benedetti – with friendly feelings. This first edition is like first love!” 22 April 1991, London].
  2. Smeliansky, Anatoly. Mikhail Bulgakov v Khudozhestvennom teatre [Mikhail Bulgakov at the Moscow Art Theatre]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo,1989). [Signed by A. Smeliansky: “This is the second edition. John, my dear – here’s to our friendship and collaboration!” 23 April 1991, London]. ISBN 5 – 210 – 00336 – 1
  3. Smeliansky, Anatoly. Oleg Efremov: teatralny portret [Oleg Efremov: Theatre Portrait]. (Moscow: Soyuz teatralnykh deyatelei, 1987).
  4. Smeliansky, Anatoly. Ya ponyat’ tebya khochu… [I Want to Understand You…]. [Essays on contemporary theatre]. (Moscow: Znaniye, 1991). [Signed by Smeliansky: “Dear John! Love you with all my heart and tenderness!” London, April 23, 1991]. ISBN 5 – 07 – 001769 – 1
  5. Smirnov-Nesvitsky, Yuri. Vakhtangov. (Leningrad: Iskusstvo, 1987).
  6. Smyshlyaev, Valentin. Pechal’no i nekhorosho v nashem teatre… [It is Sad and Not Good in our Theatre…]. [The Diary of 1927 – 1931]. (Moscow: Integraf Service, 1996). ISBN 5 – 85052 – 082 – 1
  7. Sobolevskaya, Olga. Stanislavski rabotayet, beseduyet, otdykhayet [K. S. Stanislavski Works, Speaks, Relaxes]. (Moscow: Soyuz teatralnykh deyateley, 1988).
  8. Solzhenitsyn, Alexander. Odin den’ Ivana Denisovicha [One Day of Ivan Denisovich]. (Moscow: Sovetsky Pisatel, 1963).
  9. Solovyova, Inna. Nemirovich-Danchenko. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1979).
  10. 23 Solovyova Inna, Shitova, Vera. K. S. Stanislavski [Konstantin Stanislavski]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1985).

There are 2 copies of this book.

  1. Solzhenitsyn, Alexander. V kruge pervom [In the First Circle]. (London: Flegon Press, 1968).
  2. Sovetskiye p’yesi. 1917 – 1940 [Soviet Plays. 1917 – 1940]. (Moscow: Prosveshcheniye, 1983).
  3. Sovetsky entsyklopedichesky slovar’ [The Soviet Encyclopedic Dictionary]. (Moscow: Sovetskaya encyclopedia, 1981).
  4. Stanislavski, Konstantin. Etika [Ethics]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1981).
  5. Stanislavski, Konstantin. Iz zapisnikh knizhek. V 2 tomakh [From the notebooks. In 2 vol.] (Moscow: Vserossiyskoye teatralnoye obshchestvo, 1986). Vol.1. 1888 – 1911.

Vol.2. 1912 – 1938.

  1. Stanislavski, Konstantin. Moya zhizn’ v iskusstve [My Life in Art]. [With 65 illustrations]. (Moscow: Academia, 1933). [Possibly rare edition].
  2. Stanislavski, Konstantin. Rezhissyorskiye ekzemplyari Stanislavskogo [Director’s Copies of Konstantin Stanislavski]. In 6 vol. 1898 – 1930. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1980 – 1994).

         Vol.1. 1898 – 1899. P’yesi A. K. Tolstogo: Tsar’ Fyodor Ioannovich; Smert’ Ioanna Groznogo [Aleksey Tolstoy’s plays: Tsar Fyodor Ioannovich; The Death of Ivan the Terrible]. (Moscow, 1980).

There are two copies of vol.1.

        Vol.2. 1898 – 1901. Chaika A. P. Chekhova. Michael Kramer G. Gauptmana [Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull. Michael Kramer by Gerhart Hauptmann]. (Moscow, 1981).

There are 2 copies of vol. 2.

        Vol.3. 1901 – 1904. P’yesi A. P. Chekhova: Tri sestri; Vishnevy sad [Anton Chekhov’s plays: The Three Sisters; The Cherry Orchard]. (Moscow, 1983).

There are 3 copies of vol. 3.

      Vol.4. 1902 – 1905. P’yesi M. Gorkogo: Meshchane; Na Dne; Deti solntsa [Maksim Gorky’s plays: The Petty Bourgeois; The Lower Depth; Children of the Sun]. (Moscow, 1986).

      Vol.5. 1905 – 1909.

Drama zhizni Knuta Gamsuna; Mesyats v derevne Ivana Turgeneva [The Drama of Life by Knut Hamsun; A Month in the Country by Ivan  Turgenev]. (Moscow, 1988).

       Vol. 6. 1930. P’yesa W. Shekspira Otello [William Shakespeare’s play Othello]. (Moscow, 1994). ISBN 5 – 210 – 00186 – 5

There are 2 copies of vol. 6.

  1. Stanislavski, Konstantin. Rezhissyorskiye ekzemplyari. [Director’s Copies of Konstantin Stanislavski. 1898 – 1930]. Uncle Vanya by Anton Chekhov. 1899. (Moscow – St. Petersburg, Atheneum – Phoenix, 1994). ISBN 5 – 85042 – 039 – 8 ISBN 5 – 85042 – 040 – 1 (Phoenix)
  2. Stanislavski, Konstantin. Rezhissyorsky plan “Otello” [The Director’s Plan of Othello]. (Leningrad: Iskusstvo, 1945).
  3. Stanislavski, Konstantin Sergeyevich, Sobraniye sochineniy v 8 tomakh [Collected Works of K.S. Stanislavski in 8 vol.] Editor-in-Chief Mikhail Kedrov. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1954 – 1961).

Vol. 1. Moya zhizn’ v iskusstve [My Life in Art].       (Moscow, 1954).

Vol. 2. Rabota aktyora nad soboy [An Actor’s Work on Himself]       Part 1.  Rabota aktyora nad soboy v tvorcheskom protzesse perezhivaniya       [An Actor’s Work on Himself in the Creative Process of Experiencing].       (Moscow, 1954).

Vol. 3. Rabota aktyora nad soboy [An Actor’s Work on Himself].

Part 2. Rabota aktyora nad soboy v tvorcheskom protzesse voploshcheniya             [An Actor’s Work on Himself in the Creative Process of Performing]             (Moscow, 1955).

Vol. 4. Rabota aktyora nad rolyu. Materiali k knige [An Actor’s Work on a             Role. Materials Towards the Book].             (Moscow, 1957).

Vol. 5. Stat’yi. Rechi. Zametki. Dnevniki. Vospominaniya: 1877 – 1917     [Articles. Speeches. Notes. Diaries. Memoirs: 1877 – 1917].             (Moscow, 1958).

Vol. 6. Stat’yi. Rechi. Otliki. Zametki. Vospominaniya: 1917 – 1938. [Articles.      Speeches. Responses. Notes. Memoirs: 1917 – 1938].             (Moscow, 1959).

Vol. 7. Pisma: 1886 – 1917 [Letters: 1886 – 1917]             (Moscow, 1960).

Vol. 8. Pisma: 1918 – 1938 [Letters: 1918 – 1938]             (Moscow, 1961).

  1. Stanislavski, Konstantin Sergeyevich, Sobraniye sochineniy v 9 tomakh, [Collected Works of K.S. Stanislavski in 9 vol.] Editor-in-Chief Oleg Yefremov. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1988 – 1999).

Vol. 1. Moya zhizn’ v iskusstve [My Life in Art].

[Comments by I. Solovyova].

(Moscow, 1988).

Vol. 2. Rabota aktyora nad soboy [An Actor’s Work on Himself].

Part 1. Rabota aktyora nad soboy v tvorcheskom protzesse perezhivaniya. Dnevnik uchenika.       [An Actor’s Work on Himself in the Creative Process of Experiencing. A student’s diary. A Student’s Diary].

[Vol. edited by A. Smeliansky].

(Moscow, 1989).   ISBN 5 – 210 – 00440 – 6             There are 2 copies of vol. 2.

Vol. 3. Rabota aktyora nad soboy [An Actor’s Work on Himself].

Part 2. Rabota aktyora nad soboy v tvorcheskom protzesse voploshcheniya [An Actor’s Work on Himself in the Creative Process of Performing]. [Materials towards the book; volume edited by A. Smelianski].

(Moscow, 1990).  ISBN 5 – 210 – 00185 – 7 (vol.3); ISBN 5 – 210 – 00351 – 5

            There are 3 copies of vol. 3

            Vol. 4. Rabota aktyora nad rolyu [An Actor’s Work on a Role]. [Materials towards the book; volume edited by I. Vinogradskaya].             (Moscow, 1991).             ISBN 5 – 210 – 02492 – x (vol.4); ISBN 5 – 210 – 00351 – 5

            There are 2 copies of vol. 4

           Vol. 5.             Book 1. Stat’yi. Rechi. Vospominanya. Khudozhestvenniye zapisi [Articles.          Speeches. Memoirs. Artistic notes].             [Volume edited by I. Solovyova]                    (Moscow, 1993).             ISBN 5 – 210 – 02349 – 4 (book 1); ISBN 5 – 210 – 02493 – 8 (volume 5);            ISBN 5 – 210 – 00351 – 5

Vol.5             Book 2. Dnevniki. Zapisniye knizhki. Zametki [Diaries. Notebooks. Notes].             [Volume edited by I. Solovyova]             (Moscow, 1993).             ISBN5 – 210 – 02327 – 3 (Book 2); ISBN5 – 210 – 02493 – 8 (Vol.5);             ISBN 5 – 210 – 00351 – 5

Vol. 6.            Part 1. Stat’yi. Rechi. Otkliki. Zametki. Vospominaniya: 1917 – 1938  [Articles. Speeches. Responses. Notes. Memoirs: 1917 – 1938].            

Part 2. Interview i besedi: 1896 – 1937 [Interviews and Conversations: 1896 – 1937]. [Volume edited by I. Vinogradskaya] (Moscow, 1994). ISBN 5 – 210 – 02293 – 3 (Vol.6); ISBN5 – 210 – 00351 – 5

Vol. 7             Pis’ma: 1874 – 1905 [Letters: 1874 – 1905].             [Volume edited by G. Brodskaya, comments by Z. Udaltsova]             (Moscow, 1995)             ISBN5 – 210 – 01315 – 4 (vol. 7); ISBN5 – 210 – 01316 – 2

Vol. 9             Pis’ma: 1918 – 1938 [Letters: 1918 – 1938].             (Moscow, 1999)                      [Volume edited by I. Vinogradskaya]             ISBN 5 – 900020 – 07 – x (vol. 9)

            There are 2 copies of volume 9

 

  1. Konstantin Stanislavski. Materialy, pis’ma, issledovaniya [Materials, letters, research]. (Moscow: Akademiya nauk SSSR, 1955). [Theatre Legacy series].
  2. Stanislavski – reformator opernogo iskusstva [Stanislavski – Reformer of the Opera Art]. (Moscow: Muzika Publishers, 1983).
  3. Stanislavski repetiruyet [Stanislavski Rehearses]. [Recordings of the rehearsals]. (Moscow: STD, 1987).
  4. Stanislavski repetiruyet [Stanislavski Rehearses]. [Recordings of the rehearsals]. (Moscow: Moscow Art Theatre, 2000).
  5. Stanislavski: Sbornik. Pisateli, artisti, rezhissyori o Stanislavskom [Stanislavski: A Collection. Writers, actors, directors on Stanislavski]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1963).
  6. Stanislavski v menyayushchemsya mire [Stanislavski in the Changing World]. [A Collection of Materials from the International Symposium]. (Moscow: Mezhdunarodny blagotvoritelny fond Stanislavskogo, 1994). ISBN 5 – 900 540 – 06 – 5
  7. Besedy Stanislavskogo v studii Bolshogo Teatra v 1918 – 1922 [Stanislavski’s Conversations in the Studio of the Bolshoy Theatre in 1918 – 1922]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1952).
  8. Dom-muzey Stanislavskogo v Moskve [Stanislavski’s House Museum in Moscow.] (Moscow, 1988).
  9. Naslediye Stanislavskogo i praktika sovetskogo teatra [Stanislavski’s Legacy and Practice of Soviet Theatre]. [A collection of articles]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1953).
  10. O Stanislavskom. Sbornik vospominaniy (1863 – 1938). [On Stanislavski. A Collection of Memoirs (1863 – 1938)]. (Moscow: Vserossiyskoye teatralnoye obshchestvo, 1948).
  11. Starikova, Ludmila. Teatralnaya zhizn’ starinnoy Moskvi [Theatre Life of the Old Moscow]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1988).
  12. Stennik, Yuri. Zhanr tragedii v russkoy literature. Epokha klassitzisma [The Genre of Tragedy in Russian Literature. The Epoch of Classicism]. (Leningrad: Nauka, 1981).
  13. Sternin, Grigory. Khudozhestvennaya zhizn’ Rossii 1900 – 1910 godov [The Artistic Life of Russia in 1900 – 1910s]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1988).
  14. Stroyeva, Marianna. Rezhissyorskiye iskaniya Stanislavskogo. 1898 – 1917 [Stanislavski’s Directorial Searches. 1898 – 1917]. (Moscow: Nauka, 1973).
  15. Stroyeva, Marianna. Rezhissyorskiye iskaniya Stanislavskogo. 1898 – 1917 [Stanislavski’s Directorial Searches. 1917 – 1938]. (Moscow: Nauka, 1978).
  16. Student. Zhurnal avangarda sovetskoy literaturi [The Magazine of the Avant Garde of the Soviet Literature]. 1969. 15/16.
[Play The Blind Beauty by Boris Pasternak].

  1. Student. Zhurnal avangarda sovetskoy literaturi [Student. The Magazine of the Avant Garde of the Soviet Literature]. 1968. 11/12. [Play A Candle in the Wind by Alexander Solzhenitsyn].
  2. Trudakova, Irina. Ot etyuda k spektaklyu [From an Etude to a Performance]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1969).
  3. Tairov, Alexander. O teatre [On Theatre]. [Director’s notes, articles, conversations, speeches, letters]. (Moscow: Vserossiyskoye teatralnoye obshchestvo, 1970).
  4. Tchaikovsky, Pyotr. Evgeny Onegin [Eugene Onegin]. [Score]. (Moscow: Muzyka, 1984).
  5. Teatr [Theatre Magazine]. No 10. October 1983. (Moscow, 1983).
  6. Teatr [Theatre Magazine]. No. 1. January 1990. (Moscow, 1990). ISSN 0134 – 6885. Theatre. 1990. N 1. I – 192
  7. Teatr [Theatre Magazine]. No. 10. October 1991. (Moscow, 1991). ISSN 0131 – 6885. Theatre. 1991. N 10. I – 192
  8. Teatr mezhdu proshlym i budushchim [Theatre between the Past and the Future]. [A collection of scholarly works]. (Moscow, 1989).
  9. Teoriya i praktika aktyorskogo iskusstva [Theory and Practice of Actor’s Art]. [A collection of articles]. (Moscow: GITIS, 1990). ISBN 5 – 7196 – 0201 – 1
  10. 2 Tikhvinskaya, Ludmila. Kabare i teatri miniatur v Rossii. 1908 – 1917 [Cabaret and Variety Theatres in Russia. 1908 – 1917]. (Moscow: Kultura, 1995) ISBN 5 – 8334 – 0056 – 2 [Signed by the author].
  11. 272. Tolstoy, Perepiska A. N. Tolstogo [Alexei Tolstoy’s correspondence]. In 2 vol. [Edited by A. Krykova]. (Moscow: Khudozhestvennaya literatura, 1989).

Vol. 1.             (Moscow, 1989)             ISBN 5 – 280 – 00504 – 5 (vol.1); ISBN 5 – 280 – 00503 – 7

Vol. 2.             (Moscow, 1989)             ISBN 5 – 280 – 00505 – 3 (vol.2); ISBN 5 – 280 – 00503 – 7

  1. Tolstoy, Lev. Literatura, iskusstvo [Literature, Art]. [Ed. by O. Mikhailov]. (A Collection of Articles, Letters, Excerpts from Diaries). (Moscow: Sovremennik, 1978). 274. Tolstoy, Lev. Sobraniye sochineniy v 8 tomakh [A collection of works in 8 vol]. Vol.8. [Pedagogy. Art. Philosophy]. [Articles, sketches, treatises]. (Moscow: Lexica, 1996). ISBN 5 – 7235 – 0080 – 5
  2. Toporkov, Vasily. Stanislavski na repetitsii [Stanislavski in Rehearsal]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1949).
  3. Tovstonogov, Georgy. Besedi s kollegami [Conversations with Colleagues]. (An Attempt at Understanding the Director’s Experience). (Moscow, STD RSFSR, 1988).
  4. Tovstonogov, Georgy. O professii rezhissyora [About the Director’s Profession]. (Moscow: VTO, 1967).
  5. Tovstonogov, Georgy. Zerkalo stzeny [Proscenium Opening]. (Leningrad: Iskusstvo, 1980). Book 1. O professii rezhissyora [About the Director’s Profession].

Book 2. Zapisi repetitziy [Records of Rehearsals].

  1. Tsvetayeva, Marina. Moy Pushkin [My Pushkin]. (Moscow: Sovetsky pisatel’, 1981).
  2. Tsyavlovskaya, Tatyana. Risunki Pushkina [Pushkin’s Drawings]. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1980).
  3. Turgenev, Ivan. Perepiska: v 2 tomakh [Ivan Turgenev’s Correspondence: in 2 vol.]. (Moscow: Khudozhestvennaya literatura, 1986).

Vol. 1. Letters to Belinsky, Nekrasov, Panayev, Herzen, etc.                        Vol. 2. Letters to Ostrovsky, Tolstoy, Goncharov, Zola, Maupassant, etc.

  1. Turgenev, Ivan. Stzeni i komedii. 1842 – 1852 [Scenes and Comedies. 1842 – 1852]. (Leningrad: Iskusstvo, 1986).
  2. Turkov, Andrei. Boris Mikhailovich Kustodiyev. (Moscow: Iskusstvo, 1986). 284. Vakhtangov, Evgeny. 1883 – 1922. [Vakhtangov’s works and works about him.] (Moscow: VTO, 1984).
  3. Varvari [The Barbarians]. [A collection of articles dedicated to Maxim Gorky’s play]. [Compiled by G. Mironova]. (Moscow: VTO, 1980).
  4. Vinogradskaya, Irina. Zhizn’ i tvorchestvo Stanislavskogo. Letopis’ v 4 tomakh. 1863 – 1938. [Stanislavski’s Life and Work. Chronicle in 4 vol. 1863 – 1938]. (Moscow: VTO, 1971 – 1976).

Vol.1. 1863 – 1905. (Moscow, 1971).

Vol. 2. 1906 – 1915.             (Moscow, 1971).

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Book 1. Photographs, materials on Lenin, contemporary figures, and events.            (Moscow, 1994)            ISBN 5 – 7020 – 0866 – 9

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