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Konstantin Stanislavsky My Life in Art Mir Moscou teatro arte biografia realismo etc

Autor: Konstantin Stanislavsky
Título: My Life in Art
Editora: Mir Moscou
Páginas: 503

Comentário: Livro em bom estado de conservação, encadernado em capa dura original. Ilustrado.

Konstantin Stanislavski was a Russian director who transformed theatre in the West with his contributions to the birth of Realist theatre and his unprecedented approach to teaching acting.

He lived through extraordinary times and his unique contribution to the arts still endures in the twenty-first century. He established the Moscow Art Theatre in 1898 with, among other plays, the premiere of Chekhov's The Seagull. He also survived revolutions, lost his fortune, found wide fame in America, and lived in internal exile under Stalin's Soviet Union.

Before writing his classic manual on acting, Stanislavski began writing an autobiography that he hoped would both chronicle his rich and tumultuous life and serve as a justification of his aesthetic philosophy. But when the project grew to 'impossible' lengths, his publisher (Little, Brown) insisted on many cuts and changes to keep it to its deadline and to a manageable length.

The text, in English, is supplemented by a wealth of photos and illustrations.

Constantin Serdeevich Stanislavski was born in Moscow on January 17, 1863. He began his acting career with an amateur group at the young age of fifteen. In 1898 Stanislavski, along with the dramatist Vladimir Ivanovich Nemirovich-Danchenko, founded the Moscow Art Theater, with which Stanislavski worked for the rest of his life.

Constantin Stanislavski is considered to be the “Father of the Acting System.” This Russian actor, director, and teacher spent the majority of his life working out a system, that would help in organizing and strengthening the creative process known as acting. Stanislavski’s productions of Anton Chekhov’s “The Cherry Orchard,” “Ivanov,” “The Three Sisters,” “Uncle Vanya,” and Makism Gorki’s The Lower Depths,” were his greatest successes. He also was heavily involved with productions of Gilbert and Sullivan’s “The Mikado,” Moliere’s “The Imaginary Invalid,” and Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing,” among many, many others.

Stanislavski described in great detail his theories in his autobiography, MY LIFE IN ART

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