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Theatre Studies / Drama: Naturalism/Realism

Anton Chekov - Theatre Database

Introduction to Andrew Upton’s adaption of The Cherry Orchard

Acting in The Cherry Orchard

Stanislavski

Stanislavski

Developed in the early 20th century at the Moscow Art Theater by Constantin Stanislavski, the Stanislavski method of acting is a set of techniques meant to create realistic portrayals of characters. The major goal of the Stanislavski method is to have a perfect understanding of the motivations, obstacles, and objectives of a character in each moment.