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Anatoly Smeliansky, from the Film Stanislavsky and the Russian Theatre: The Full Interview

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In which Prof. Smeliansky outlines the importance of Stanislavsky’s work in the history of Russian theatre, including Stanislavsky’s relation to Chekhov, Gordon Craig, Meyerhold and others.

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