Paperback Theatre studios : a political history of ensemble theatre-making /
Publication year: 2021
Media class: Paperback
Resource type: Physical
ISBN: 1138185647 9781138185647 (pbk.) :
Includes bibliographical references and index.
ntroduction: Ensemble Theatre-Making and the Theatre Studio Tradition -- Section 1 The London Theatre Studio (1936-1939) and the Old Vic Theatre Centre (1947-1952) -- Chapter 1 Remnants of the London Theatre Studio and the Old Vic Theatre Centre -- Chapter 2 Practices of the London Theatre Studio and Old Vic Theatre Centre -- Chapter 3 Models of Practice in the London Theatre Studio and Old Vic Theatre Centre -- Section 2 The Chekhov Theatre Studio (1936-1942) -- Chapter 4 Remnants of the Chekhov Theatre Studio -- Chapter 5 Practices of the Chekhov Theatre Studio -- Chapter 6 Models of Practice in the Chekhov Theatre Studio -- Section 3 Theatre Workshop (1945-63) -- Chapter 7 Remnants of Theatre Workshop -- Chapter 8 Practices of Theatre Workshop, 1945-55 -- Chapter 9 Models of Practice in Theatre Workshop -- Conclusion Why Do Theatre Studios Matter?.
'Theatre Studios' explores the history of the studio model of theatre-making in England, first established by Konstantin Stanislavsky, Jacques Copeau and others in the early twentieth century, and later developed in the UK primarily by Michel Saint-Denis, George Devine, Michael Chekhov and Joan Littlewood, whose studios are the focus of this study.
Extent: 376 pages : illustrations (black and white)