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Michael Chekhov : the Dartington years

Author: Martin SharpSimon CallowWilliam ElmhirstL K ElmhirstGraham DixonAll authors
Publisher: [Hove, England] : Palomino Films, 2002.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : PAL color broadcast system : EnglishView all editions and formats
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One of the most significant theatrical personalities of the twentieth century, Michael Chekhov (Mikhail Alexandrovich Chekhov) was trained at the Moscow Arts Theatre under Constantin Stanislavsky and was the nephew of the playwright Anton Chekhov. After he fled Russia in 1928 he worked in Berlin, Paris and America before he began work on the Chekhov Theatre Studio at Dartington Hall, Devon, England in 1935. His  Read more...
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Named Person: Michael Chekhov; Michael Chekhov
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Martin Sharp; Simon Callow; William Elmhirst; L K Elmhirst; Graham Dixon; Eleanor Faison; Deirdre Hurst du Prey; Mala Powers; Paul Rogers; Michael Chekhov Centre UK.; Dorothy Whitney Elmhirst Trust.; Palomino Films.
OCLC Number: 144619297
Credits: Narrator/researcher; Sarah Kane ; special adviser, William Elmhirst.
Performer(s): Featuring Simon Callow, Graham Dixon, Leonard Elmhirst, William Elmhirst, Eleanor Faison, Deirdre Hurst du Prey, Mala Powers, and Paul Rogers.
Description: 1 videodisc (52 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD-PAL.
Other Titles: Dartington years
Responsibility: Michael Chekhov Centre UK in association with the Dorothy Whitney Elmhirst Trust and Palomino Films presents a Palomino Films production ; producer/director, Martin Sharp.

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One of the most significant theatrical personalities of the twentieth century, Michael Chekhov (Mikhail Alexandrovich Chekhov) was trained at the Moscow Arts Theatre under Constantin Stanislavsky and was the nephew of the playwright Anton Chekhov. After he fled Russia in 1928 he worked in Berlin, Paris and America before he began work on the Chekhov Theatre Studio at Dartington Hall, Devon, England in 1935. His approach to acting and teaching is discussed by former students and others connected with his studio.

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