To the Actor:On the Technique of Acting Michael Chekhov
Path Of The Actor: Michael Chekhov
2014 Reprint of 1952 Edition. Full facsimile of the original edition, not reproduced with Optical Recognition Software. Chekov has recorded the results of his many years of experimenting, testing and verifying in the professional theater and schools of theater. He brings to the actor far greater insight into himself and the character he is to portray, which enables him to approach any role with new ease and skill. Chekhov was told by Stanislawsky to organize his observations and thoughts and present them to his audience. Preface by Yul Brynner. Illustrated by Nicolai Remisoff.
Michael Chekhov Handbook:For the Actor Lenard Petit
Directing with the Michael Chekhov Technique:A Workbook with Video for Directors, Teachers and Actors Mark Monday
This is a story from the In the Ravine and Other Stories collection. Anton Chekhov, one of the finest masters of what is acknowledged as a difficult genre. There is the richly comic "Oh! The Public" about a hassled ticket inspector, a wry look at morals and manners in "The Chorus Girl"; and the melancholic tale of a cab driver in "Misery". Perhaps the finest of all is the novella "In The Ravine"; a minutely observed look at life in a village through the eyes of one family. All the characters come to life with their foibles, their strengths, and their hopes. Kenneth Branagh uses his natural talent for characterisation to bring this village to life. The other short stories in this collection are: "The Trousseau"; "A Story Without a Title"; "Children"; "Fat and Thin"; "The Beggar"; "Hush!"; "The Orator"; and "An Actor´s End". 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kenneth Branagh. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/naxo/000863/bk_naxo_000863_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.