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Worrall, Nick.
Moscow Art Theatre.
London ; New York : Routledge, 1996
(OCoLC)604351614
Named Person: Konstantin Stanislavsky; K S Stanislavskiı̆
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nick Worrall
ISBN: 0415055989 9780415055987 9780203114438 0203114434
OCLC Number: 33358486
Description: xi, 243 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: 1. Historical Background --
2. The Society of Art and Literature --
3. The Creation of a New Theatre --
4. The Hermitage Theatre on Carriage Row --
5. Actors, Salaries, Conditions of Service --
6. Savva Morozov and the Lianozov Theatre --
7. First Season: 1898-1899: Tsar Fedor Ioannovich. The Sunken Bell. The Merchant of Venice. Despots. Greta's. Happiness. The Mistress of the Inn. The Seagull. Antigone. Hedda Gabler --
8. Second Season: 1899-1900. The Death of Ivan the Terrible. Twelfth Night. Drayman Henschel. Uncle Vanya. Lonely Lives --
9. Third Season: 1900-1901. The Snow Maiden. An Enemy of the People. When We Dead Awaken. Three Sisters --
10. Fourth Season: 1901-1902. The Wild Duck. Michael Kramer. In Dreams. The Merchant Class --
11. Fifth Season: 1902-1903. The Power of Darkness. The Lower Depths. The Pillars of Society --
12. Sixth Season: 1903-1904. Julius Caesar. The Cherry Orchard --
13. Season Seven to Season Ten: 1904-1908. The Intruder. The Interior. The Blind.
Series Title: Theatre production studies.
Responsibility: Nick Worrall.
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