Michael Chekhov and Sanford Meisner: Collisions and Convergence in Actor Training

1st Edition

Anjalee Deshpande-Hutchinson

Routledge
July 17, 2020 Forthcoming
Reference - 272 Pages - 12 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9780367458645 - CAT# K463173

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Summary

Michael Chekhov and Sanford Meisner: Collisions and Convergence in Actor Training offers a comprehensive analysis of the Sanford Meisner Acting Technique in comparison to the Michael Chekhov Acting Technique.

This compilation reveals the connections as well as the contradictions between these two very different approaches, while highlighting meaningful bridges and offering in-depth essays from a variety of sources including master teachers with years of experience to new and rising stars in the field. Authors provide philosophical arguments on actor training, innovative approaches to methodology, explorations into integration as well as practical methods of application for the classroom, rehearsal room, or scaffolded into a curriculum.

Michael Chekhov and Sanford Meisner: Collisions and Convergence in Actor Training is an excellent resource for professors teaching Introductory, Intermediate or Advanced Acting Technique as well as Acting Program Directors and Department Chairs seeking new impactful research on Actor Training.

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