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Anita Dobson

The Award Winning Actor Anita Dobson in Conversation

The Award Winning Actor Anita Dobson in Conversation Monday 9th February Room C118  18:30-20:00 Anita Dobson is an award winning TV, Film and Theatre actor whose career spans more than 40 years. After training at The Webber Douglas Academy she worked in regional theatre including 17 months with the Glasgow Citizen’s company Most famous for […]

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Graham Dixon

Michael Chekhov and his influence on British theatre-practice from 1936 to the present day

Michael Chekhov and his influence on British theatre-practice from 1936 to the present day Graham Dixon (Michael Chekhov Studio, London) Tuesday 20th January Room C118, 18.30 to 20.00 Graham Dixon will talk about Michael Chekhov’s studio in Dartington Hall, Devon, in the mid-1930s and whether Chekhov’s approach to the art of acting and directing has influenced, in […]

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Michael Chekhov and his influence on British theatre-practice from 1936 to the present day.  Graham Dixon (Michael Chekhov Studio, London) Tuesday 20th January, 18.30 to 20.00 Room C118, Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance, Sidcup DA15 9DF   Graham Dixon will talk about Michael Chekhov’s studio in Dartington Hall, Devon, in the mid-1930s and whether Chekhov’s approach […]

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Editorial/От редакции

Welcome to issue #4 of Stanislavski Studies. Since the publication of our last issue, the journal has undergone some major changes. We have finalised the appointment of our new and greatly expanded editorial advisory board, and confirmed the appointment of our two editors, Professor Julia Listengarten and Professor Sergei Tcherkasski. This has prepared us for […]

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Vakhtangov: A Study Day

Our next major event: Vakhtangov A Study Day “Vakhtangov showed us that everything can be brought together… very beautiful, very wonderful, very deep and very light …” (Michael Chekhov) Saturday 10th May, 10.00 to 16.00 at The Barn Theatre Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance, Lamorbey Park, Sidcup, DA15 9DF. Yevgeny Vakhtangov (1883 – […]

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The Stanislavski Centre/Routledge annual lecture 2014

The Stanislavski Centre/Routledge annual lecture 2014 Marble bust, and feet of clay: Stanislavski’s reputation Professor Laurence Senelick Fletcher Professor of Drama and Oratory, Tufts University The Rose Theatre, Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance Friday 14th March, 19.00   Soviet culture turned Stanislavski into a national monument and his System into a rigid orthodoxy.  […]

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Stanislavski On Stage at Pushkin House Now Online

To mark the 150th anniversary of Stanislavski’s birth, The Stanislavski Centre and Pushkin House this year presented a new version of the Centre’s Stanislavski On Stage exhibition of photographs from early Moscow Art Theatre productions directed, produced and starring Stanislavski. The exhibition was first seen at the National Theatre in 2008. The Centre’s director, Dr […]

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Stanislavski Studies issue # 3 now available online

Issue 3 of Stanislavski Studies is now available to purchase by download.  This issue contains the following: Heleen Van Den BOSCH (Belgium): The Anatomy of a Psycho-Physical Technique  Frederick MATERN (Canada): Stanislavski, Shpet and the art of lived experience Marie-Christine AUTANT-MATHIEU (ARIAS, Paris): For Stanislavski’s 150th Birthday: The Hermit of Leontiev Street Jeffrey KEILHOLTZ  (USA): […]

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