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Professor Richard Hornby

We note with great sadness the death of our friend and colleague Prof. Richard Hornby. A member of the faculty of The University of California Riverside, where he had been Professor of Theatre since 1991, Richard was a founder member of the Advisory Board of The Stanislavski Centre, and had contributed to a number of […]

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Sergei Tcherkasski wins prestigious Stanislavsky Prize

  Advisory Board member Professor Sergei Tcherkasski ( Russian State Institute of Performing Arts, St Petersburg) who is also an editor of our journal, Stanislavski Studies, has been awarded the prestitious Stanislavsky Prize 2016/17 in the category of Theatre Studies and Theatrical Criticism.   The following announcement comes from the Colta/ru website: The laureates of […]

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The University of Malta becomes S Word partner.

We are very pleased to announce that The University of Malta has become a partner institution in our international research project, The S Word. We can also announce that our 2019 event, The S Word: Stanislavski in Context, will take place in Malta in Spring 2019, co-convened by Dr Stefan Aquilina, a member of the Stanislavski […]

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The S Word: A Practical Acting Laboratory – Booking opens 1st August

Booking for our next international symposium, The S Word: A Practical Acting Laboratory, opens online on 1st August. This event takes place at The University of California Riverside , 6th to 8th April 2018. For details of the event, please go to Because of the practical nature of this event, places are strictly limited, so we […]

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The Routledge Companion to Michael Chekhov – now available in paperback!

The Routledge Companion to Michael Chekhov Edited by MARIE-CHRISTINE AUTANT-MATHIEU, (Director of Research at the National Center For Scientific Research, and Assistant-Director of Sorbonne-CNRS Institute EUR’ORBEM and YANA MEERZON, University of Ottawa This Companion brings together Chekhov specialists from around the world – theatre practitioners, theorists, historians and archivists – to provide an astonishingly comprehensive […]

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The S Word: A Practical Acting Laboratory – University of California Riverside, April 2018

The third part of our major international research project, The S Word, will be hosted by partner institution The University of California Riverside. A Unique and Exciting Opportunity to Develop Your Practice-Based Acting Research…  “The S Word: A Practical Acting Laboratory” April 6-8, 2018       University of California, Riverside, in collaboration with the Stanislavski […]

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Practise, Reflect, Share: Saturday 17th June at Rose Bruford College, Sidcup

The Stanislavski Centre and Stanislavski Studies is supporting and co-presenting the following one-day event. Practise, Reflect, Share: Ways into Research Saturday 17th June 9am-5pm Aimed primarily at those involved in the training of performers, directors, designers and technicians, this one-day event hosted by Rose Bruford College offers a unique opportunity to meet with colleagues and […]

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Teatro Escola Macunaíma, becomes new partner in The S Word

We are very pleased to welcome our new partner in The S Word international research project: Teatro Escola Macunaíma, based in São Paulo, Brazil. Colleagues from the school attended the 2017 symposium in Prague, and gave a fascinating panel presentation of their work. The school will promote The S Word events in South America, and […]

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Nikolai Demidov: Becoming an Actor-Creator (Pushkin House, London, 15th June)

The Stanislavski Centre is sponsoring the following event: To coincide with the recent release of the book Nikolai Demidov: Becoming an Actor-Creator, co-editor and translator Professor Andrei Malaev Babel will give a talk on the history and practice of the great but little-known Russian acting pedagogue Nikolai Demidov’s School of Acting is Russian Theatre’s best-kept […]

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