Acting: a handbook of the Stanislavski method

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Crown Publishers, Nov 13, 1955 - Performing Arts - 223 pages
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"A wealth of material on the theory and practice of acting ... a book which may be read, re-read and absorbed by everyone who assumes the directing of actors or that most difficult task, the teaching of acting." --Quarterly Journal of Speech

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Contents

Introduction by Lee Strasberg Page
10
The Actors Responsibility by Constantin Stanislavski
18
The Work of the Actor by I Rapoport
33
The Creative Process by I Sudakov
69
Stanislavskis Method of Acting by M A Chekhov
105
From the Diary of E Vakhtangov
116
Case History of a Role by A S Giatsintova 185
125
Stanislavski and the Moscow Art Theatre
139
Stanislavski Directs Gogols Dead Souls
151
Two Phases by V I Pudovkin
167
Principles of Directing by B E Zakhava
182
To His Players at the First Rehearsal
218
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