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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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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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Sergei Tcherkasski: Three major new publications

The Stanislavski Centre is very pleased to announce the publication of three major works by our Advisory Board member, and co-editor of our journal, Stanislavski Studies, Professor Sergei Tcherkasski. Theatre director Sergei Tcherkasski, is Head of an Acting Studio in the renowned Saint Petersburg Theatre Arts Academy (established in 1779). He is Professor of Acting […]

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Stanislavski Studies, now published by Bloomsbury Publishing

  We are delighted to announce that Bloomsbury Publishing has taken over the publication of Stanislavski Studies: Practice, Legacy and Contemporary Theater, and the first edition to appear under the new management will be published in both a print and an electronic version in April/May 2015. A new subscription service will also be available from this next edition. […]

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Stanislavski Studies: new co-editor and board members

The process of expanding the editorial capacity of the Stanislavski Studies journal is now complete. Professor Julia Listengarten has been appointed as co-editor (US) of the journal. Prof Listengarten is Professor of Theatre at the University of Central Florida. Six new members have also joined the advisory board: Prof Peta Tait (LaTrobe University, Australia) Dr […]

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Stanislavski Studies new editorial board members.

The e.journal, Stanislavski Studies, published by The Stanislavski Centre, has announced the following new members who have joined the editorial advisory board: Professor Peta Tait, is Professor of Theatre and Drama at La Trobe University. An academic scholar and playwright with an extensive background in theatre, dramatic literature, performance theory and creative arts practice. She […]

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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 On Stage – 2013

Mounting Stanislavski On Stage by Paul Fryer The 2008 Exhibition Why are the photographs important?  The Moscow Art Theatre, under Stanislavski and Nemirovich-Danchenko was the first permanent theatre company in the world to document their work photographically. This process was established to develop a working record of productions that might move in and out of the […]

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