Method--or Madness?: With an Introd. by Harold Clurman
A dynamic, inventive and articulate stage director explores in practical, down-to-cases language "The Method: " what it is and is not; the nonsense, the misconceptions, the myths that have sprung up and flourished around it; its development as a workable theory of stage technique and its application to all types of theatrical production.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
The Method Itself
Some Attitudes toward the Method
Truth in Acting
Actors or Artists?
The Method and Poetic Theatre
Rehearsal Procedureand Summa
Other editions - View all
acting Actor Prepares actress actual artist attitude audience beautiful Ben-Ami Brigadoon Building a Character called chart costume create curtain dance dancer director Duse elements emotion everything example feeling Félia Litvinne felt fetish Gene Lyons girl give going Group Theatre Hamlet happened Harold Clurman hear idea imagination important inner intention John Barrymore Laurette Taylor LECTURE Lewis listen look means ment Method actors Michael Chekhov Moissi mood Moscow Art Theatre moved movement Nina Koshetz Ophelia Othello Pauline Viardot performance person phony poetic theatre problem production psychological realistic rehearsal remember rhythm Sakini Salvini scene sense Shakespeare singing sound speaking specific speech stage Stanislavski Method Stanislavski system style talk technical technique tell tempo tempo-rhythm theatrical thing tion Tommaso Salvini true truth understand voice walking week whole play words