The Stanislavski System: The Professional Training of an Actor : Digested from the Teachings of Konstantin S. Stanislavski

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Penguin Books, 1984 - Performing Arts - 96 pages
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This clearly written guide to the Stanislavski method has long been a favorite among students and teachers of acting. Now, in light of books and articles recently published in the Soviet Union, Sonia Moore has made revisions that include a new section on the subtext of a role. She provides detailed explanations of all the methods that actors in training have found indispensable for more than twenty years. Designed to create better actors, this guide will put individuals in touch with themselves and increase personal sensitivity as well.

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Review: The Stanislavski System: The Professional Training of an Actor (Penguin Handbooks)

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an excellent explanation of the of the manner in which an actor can approach a theatrical role. Read full review

Review: The Stanislavski System: The Professional Training of an Actor (Penguin Handbooks)

User Review  - Goodreads

an excellent explanation of the of the manner in which an actor can approach a theatrical role. Read full review

Contents

The Method of Physical Actions
17
Analysis through Events and Actions
46
Building a Character
55
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