HTTP Error 414. The request URL is too long.
Stanislavski interpretative technique was applied in the famous Actor s Studio of New York, dramatic school in which formed some of the most prestigious actors in American cinema, as Marlon Brando, James Dean, Paul Newman and Jane Fonda, among others. The American method affects especially the technique of sensory and affective memory.
BENEDETTI, Stanislavski, London, Methuen, 1988.
BLANCHART, Paul, history of theatre direction, Buenos Aires, General manufacturing company Editor (collection theory and practice of Theatre), 1960.
BRAUN, Edward, the director and the scene, Buenos Aires, Editorial Galerna, 1986.
CEBALLOS, Hidalgo (Mexico), Edgar (ed.), principles of stage direction, Grupo Editorial Gaceta (collection Escenologia), 1992.
Garcia BARQUERO, Juan, and SHOEMAKER VICENTE, Antonio, one hundred years of European theatre, General direction of music and theatre, 1983.
GOURFINKEL, N., Constantin Stanislavski, Paris, L'Arche, 1955.
CONCRETE, Juan Antonio (ed.), research on the scenic space, Madrid, Alberto heart Editor, 1970.
OSIPOVNA KNÉBEL, María, the last Stanislavski, Madrid, Fundamentos (art collection), 1996.
The mask (special issue), Stanislavski, UNAM, Mexico.
STANISLAVSKI, Konstantin, an actor prepares, Mexico, Diana, 1953.
-My life in art, Buenos Aires, Quetzal (collection La Farándula), 1981.
-The work of the actor about himself (the work on himself in the creative process of experiences), Buenos Aires, Quetzal (collection La Farándula), 1981.
-The work of the actor about himself (the work on himself in the creative process of the incarnation), Buenos Aires, Quetzal (collection La Farándula), 1981.
-The construction of the character, Madrid, Alianza, 1975.
-Performing arts, Madrid, Siglo XXI.
-Othello, Paris, Seuil, 1948.