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1 THE MOSCOW ART THEATRE By Krystle Mathis and Aaliyah Scoll-Bennett

2 WHO?  Constaintine Sergeyevich Alkseyev and Vladimir Nemirovick- Danchenko were the founders of the Moscow Art Theatre.

3 WHAT?  The Moscow Art Theatre was 20 th century supporter on theatrical art.  It introduced stage realism to Russia.  It reformed rehearsal procedures

4 WHEN?  The Moscow Art Theatre was opened was opened in 1898  In the late 1800’s was the height of Moscow Art Theatre

5 WHERE?  This all took place in Moscow Russia. (hence the name Moscow Art Theatre)

6 HOW?  The theatre all started by two wealthy dramatic art teachers.  Its main purpose was to establish a new art form with a different approach.

7 STANISLAVSKI METHOD OF ACTING  Its goal was to have a perfect understanding of the motivations, obstacles, of a character in each moment  Most often used for realistic plays  Starts by having an actress or an actor break down the scenes of the play in beats or bites( short sections that end with each change of objective)

8 QUIZ  How many founders of the Moscow Art theatre were there? A. 4 B. 2 C.3 D.1  When was the Moscow theatre opened? A B.1898 C.1900  It introduced the stage to ______ A.realism B. meakeup

9 QUIZ CONTINUED!  What place did the theatre get its name from?  What profession were the two teachers certified in?  what type of plays were the Stanislavsky method often used for?  What is the term for short sections that end with each change of objective?  Actors break down the scenes in __________? A. bits or beats B. dialogue  What was its main purpose?  The methods’ goal is to have perfect understanding of what?

10 WORKS CITED  Benedetti, Jean. (1988). Stanislavsky [sic]: A Biography. New York: Routledge.  Carnicke, Sharon Marie. (1998). Stanislavsky in Focus. London: Harwood/Routledge.  Leach, Robert and Borovsky, Victor. (1999). A History of Russian Theatre. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.  Rich, Elizabeth. (2000). "Oleg Yefremov, 1927–2000: A Final Tribute." Slavic and East European Performance 20 (3):17–23.  Worrall, Nick. (1996). The Moscow Art Theatre. New York: Routledge.


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