Stanislavski and America An Anthology from the Tulane Drama Review, 1967 Edited Erika Munk
Stanislavski and America: An Anthology from the Tulane Drama Review, First printing 1967, is edited by Erika Munk with an Introduction by Richard Schechner.
The photos show the Contents.
This collection of essays from the Tulane Drama Review's special issues of September and December 1964 explores "The Method" and Its Influence on the American Theatre.
As stated, "In 1923 the Moscow Art Theatre toured this country [the USA]. After the tour some members of the company remained to teach the theories of Stanislavski -- and the American Theatre was never the same again."
This valued little paperback, prepared and introduced by Munk and Schechner, is a basic text for anyone interested in understanding the beginnings of modern American theater.
This copy is in good condition. It is still strongly bound and has no marks or tears. It is 50 years old, however, and shows its age by slight scuffing on the top and bottom binding and edges and in the graying of the pages. Someone marked about a third of the viewed top of the book with blue something. Probably a library, no real damage.
The paperback measures 4 inches by 7 inches by 5/8 inch and has 270 pages.
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