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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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The Performance of Directing and The Directing Summer School

We are very pleased to announce two new initiatives in the ongoing   Rose Bruford College and The Stanislavski Centre exploration of Directing and Director Training.   Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance, Lamorbey Park, Sidcup  [25 mins. From London Charing Cross] The Performance of Directing and Directing Summer School Participant feedback from recent Contemporary Directions […]

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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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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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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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The S Word, event schedule (18th to 20th March, 2016)

Friday 18th March 17.00 onwards – Registration in Reception The Rose Theatre 18.30 – Introduction 18.45 – Keynote Lecture: Stanislavsky in the World: the System and its transformations across continents – Prof Jonathon Pitches and Dr Stefan Aquilina 19.30 – short break 19.45 – Stanislavski Centre/Routledge Annual Lecture: “Быть гибким”/“Be Flexible”: Stanislavski’s and Knebel’s Legacy […]

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Contemporary Directions: Spanish Golden Age at The Arcola – Change of Date

  Our unique project, exploring the role of the director in 21st century theatre continues into 2014. We are delighted to support the Spanish Golden Age theatre season at London’s Arcola Theatre.   SPANISH GOLDEN AGE SEASON ARCOLA ENRICHMENT EVENTS PROGRAMME SPANISH GOLDEN AGE: MEET THE DIRECTORS PLEASE NOTE the CHANGE OF DATE Tuesday 25th […]

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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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Contemporary Directions Research Project

Contemporary Directions is a unique new research project that will explore the changing role of the director in 21st century theatre. A collaboration between The Stanislavski Centre and Globe Education at Shakespeare’s Globe, this is an open-ended project and will include lectures, seminars and master-classes, all of which will be open to the public and […]

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