Konstantin Sergeyevich Stanislavsky

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Noun1.Konstantin Sergeyevich Stanislavsky - Russian actor and theater director who trained his actors to emphasize the psychological motivation of their roles (1863-1938)
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On creativity, Goldblum quoted Russian theater practitioner Constantin Stanislavski: "Love the art in yourself, not yourself in art." Or, in Goldblum's words: "Love, actually, what you have to offer."
Connu pour ses grandes chansons comme [beaucoup moins que]La Boheme[beaucoup plus grand que], [beaucoup moins que]La Mamma[beaucoup plus grand que] ou [beaucoup moins que]Emmenez-moi[beaucoup plus grand que], mais aussi pour son engagement pour l'Armenie, il a aussi ecrit pour les plus grands, Juliette Greco, Gilbert Becaud, Edith Piaf qui le soutint ardemment et fut un de ses [beaucoup moins que]quatre points cardinaux avec Charles Trenet, Constantin Stanislavski et Maurice Chevalier[beaucoup plus grand que].
That was the way of much traditional theater - most famously the style of William Shakespeare - but personally Pinto leans toward the style of Constantin Stanislavski, the Russian actor-director who believed that the best performances happen when actors delve into the emotional state of their own and other characters in order to bring greater depth and reality to a part.
The primary text, as listed on the publishers website, includes: When acting is an art, Constantin Stanislavski, trans.
"When people encounter Chekhov, they usually think of this dark, sad, serious playbecause that was how it was staged by director Constantin Stanislavski in Russiaas a tragedy," Vera explains.