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The S Word: Merging Methodologies (DAMU Prague, 24th to 26th March) Full Schedule of the event.

  The S Word: Merging Methodologies DAMU Theatre Academy, Prague, Czech Republic Friday 24th March 17.00 onwards – Registration    DISK Theatre 18.30 – Introduction 19.00 – Keynote Address: Professor Anatoly Smeliansky (President, Moscow Art Theatre School) 20.30 – Drinks available   Saturday 25th March   Paper Presentations Haller Hall    Practical sessions/workshops Room K107 Paper […]

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The S Word: Merging Methodologies (Prague, 24th to 26th March 2017)

The Stanislavski Centre in partnership with The University of California Riverside and DAMU Theatre Academy Present The S Word: Merging Methodologies An international symposium @ DAMU Theatre Academy, Prague, Czech Republic 24th, 25th and 26th March 2017 The second of our international symposiums exploring the legacy and influences of Konstantin Stanislavski on the contemporary theatre. […]

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Stage Russia launches new film screening initiative

The Stanislavski Centre is collaborating in promoting screenings in the UK presented by Stage Russia, a project devoted to bringing Russian theatre productions to a global audience. Professor Michael Earley, Principal of Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance is working with the project as an Academic Adviser.  The first initiative of Stage Russia, in collaboration […]

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Contemporary Directions: two research training workshop in December

  Two new Contemporary Directions workshops in the ongoing Rose Bruford Stanislavski Centre Exploration of Directing and Director Training, in association with Presence Theatre Actuating the Potential: Directing’s Quantum Moment Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance, Lamorbey Park, Sidcup [25 mins. From London Charing Cross]  Saturday December 10th and 17th 2016, 10am – 4pm […]

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Stanislavsky and Yoga, premieres on Russian television

A new documentary  film  based  on Sergei Tcherkasski’s book “STANISLAVSKY  and  YOGA”  (Routledge), was  premiered  on  the Russian National TV Channel CULTURE on 15 and 16 Nov 2016  and now is available online. “Theater   director   and   acting  teacher  Sergei  Tcherkasski  in conversation  about  yoga in actor training with Anatoly Vasiliev, Luk Perceval,  Ivan  Viripaev,  Semen  Spivak,  archimandrite  […]

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Stanislavski Studies issue 4.2 now available online

The November edition of Stanislavski Studies is now available online. http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rfst20/current This new edition contains the following articles: Ysabel Clare – A system behind the System: but is it Stanislavski? Stefan Aquilina – As simple but as complex as everyday cooking: Stanislavski’s use of physical actions in the recreation of nature. Mikhail Butkevich – the bridge to […]

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The S Word: Merging Methodologies (Prague, March 2017)

The Stanislavski Centre and The University of California Riverside, in collaboration with DAMU Theatre Academy, Prague, present The S Word: Merging Methodologies   Co-conveners: Prof Paul Fryer (Rose Bruford College of Theatre & Performance), and Jakub Korčák (DAMU). Creative Adviser: Prof Bella Merlin (University of California Riverside). at DAMU Theatre Academy, Prague, Czech Republic – 24th, […]

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Professor Bella Merlin joins the Centre’s Advisory Board

We are very pleased to announce that Professor Bella Merlin (University of California Riverside) has joined the Centre’s Advisory Board. Already a member of The Stanislavski Studies journal editorial board, Professor Merlin is the co-convenor of The S Word: Stanislavski and Contemporary Theatre, our current major international research project which began in March 2016. She […]

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Professor Maria Shevtsova joins Centre’s Advisory Board

Professor Maria Shevtsova (Goldsmiths University of London) has joined the Advisory Board of The Stanislavski Centre. Already a member of the Editorial Advisory Board of our Journal, Stanislavski Studies, Prof. Shevtsova is Professor in the Department of Theatre and Performance at Goldsmiths, and her numerous publications include The Cambridge Introduction to Theatre Directing, and Directors/Directing: […]

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The S Word: Translating the Art/The Art of Translation

Booking is now available for the next S Word event: The Stanislavski Centre and The University of California Riverside in collaboration with The University of Westminster present The S Word: Translating the Art/The Art of Translation   Wednesday 13th July, 10.00 to 16.00 @ Pushkin House, 5A Bloomsbury Square, London WC1A 2TA Guest speakers: Geraldine […]

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