Meyerhold


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Meyerhold

(ˈmaɪəhəʊlt)
n
(Biography) Vsevolod Emilievich, original name Karl Theodor Kasimir. 1874–c. 1940, Russian theatre director, noted for his experimental nonrealistic productions. He was arrested in 1939 and died in custody
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Asi se lo hara saber a tres de los principales artistas que asisten a reunirse con el en diciembre de 1917, el poeta Alexandr Blok, el futurista Vladimir Mayakovski, y el dramaturgo Vsevolod Meyerhold.
But the comparison seems apt if you take note that both Meyerhold and Serebrennikov were not necessarily dissidents or standard-bearers of artistic freedom.
He considers how it is encountered in and emerges from the work of performers from the beginning of the 20th century, mainly looking at Konstantin Stanislavski, Suzanne Bing, Vsevolod Meyerhold, John Britton, Anne Bogart, Tina Landau, Jerzy Grotowski, Nicolas Nu[+ or -]ez, Judith Adams, Karen Christopher, Bruce Myers, Kate Papi, Chris Coe, and Frankie Armstrong, in terms of rhythm and altered states of consciousness, the relationship between structure and spontaneity in improvisation, and rhythm in terms of voice and language in performance.
Meyerhold wrote of the importance of decorative design as opposed to scenic naturalism, citing Japanese theatre: "But just as the theatre must not revert to naturalism, equally it must not become merely 'decorative' (unless the word be interpreted in the same sense as in the Japanese theatre).
En esa misma direccion, y muy a pesar de haber sido un discipulo aventajado de la tradicion stanislavskiana rusa, Meyerhold fue a la postre un declarado detractor del naturalismo, precisamente influenciado por las propuestas precedentes de Appia y Craig y ademas por formas escenicas antiguas como la commedia dell'arte, el circo o el kabuki japones; este consolido un teatro donde se trato de recuperar la esencia del juego corporal que los actores pertenecientes a esas antiguas tradiciones teatrales aun conservan.
Yan frequently yokes together avant-garde design, didactics, and theater--Russian director and producer Vsevolod Meyerhold is among the sources he cites--in order to posit an otherworldly, even utopian milieu of mysterious politics.
Bakhrushin, the museum operates six other museums including the Ostrovsky House Museum and the Meyerhold Apartment Museum.
The full colour plates and diagrams enhance the text creating a rich and detailed introduction to The Russian avant-garde of the 1920's and 1930s, featuring figures such as: Mayakovsky, Kandinsky, Malevich, Alexander Rodchenko, Meyerhold and many others.
Des conferences-debats ayant pour theme [beaucoup moins que] Meyerhold [beaucoup plus grand que], [beaucoup moins que] La musique et le theatre [beaucoup plus grand que] et une discussion autour de la piece [beaucoup moins que] Le retour du desert [beaucoup plus grand que] de Bernard Marie Koltes, sont d'autre part proposees au public averti.
The range of correspondents is vast, including conductors such as Albert Coates, Sir Henry Wood, Sergei Koussevitzky, Hermann Scherchen, and Ernest Ansermet; soloists Joseph Szigeti, Pablo Casals, Robert Soetens, and Fedor Chaliapin; composers Igor Stravinsky, Nikolai Miaskovsky, and Maurice Ravel; directors Vsevolod Meyerhold and Alexander Tairov; Ballets Russes impresario Serge Diaghilev; and chess grandmaster Jose Capablanca.
Neste recorte, a grande fonte de inspiracao foi o trabalho dos encenadores do inicio do seculo e suas experiencias voltadas a preparacao do ator, particularmente o russo Vsevolod Meyerhold e seu trabalho com a Biomecanica Teatral (6), alem de investidas teorico-praticas sobre o Buto, a Antropologia Teatral e as Teatralidades Contemporaneas.