2009 ?

2008 HAMLET (flickr slideshow) R+G are Dead

stagematrix.com & meyerhold.us [domains to work on 'After Theatre UAF']


This directory was born out the need not to write on my instructional (classes) pages about "theory" students are not reqired read.

There were sevaral "research" projects like Virtual Theatre or Book of Spectator, but was not place to keep msc. notes/references on THR theory.

Sometimes notes needed more space and pomo page would grow into pomo.vtheatre.net directory.

I do not know the future of my Theatre with Anatoly; it could be around for some time after Anatoly is gone.

With no news?

I didn't manage to master web2.0 and make my www into "wiki": so, "new" is about what WAS new before 2009.


PS. I wish some page would have another "draft"... wishful thinking, of course.

"New"? What about "old"? Old pages, old links?

... I have to leave as is.

2005 updates: Small Chekhov Fall * "Four Farces & One Funeral" -- Chekhov.05
Chekhov's one-acts are updated -- The Bear, The Proposal (1st act -- Oh, Love!), Wedding, Tobacco (Act II -- Ah, Marriage!), but I'm still working on the "funeral" (Last Day of Anton Chekhov). mini-chekhov
I am teaching DramLit -- groups.yahoo.com/group/dramlit (subscribe) and see THR215 for subjects, topics, titles.
Spring 2006 -- Waiting for Godot, Beckett -- new pages ( see shows )

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* The Images (The BM Album) are still not all in place! [new from vTheatre -- GeoAlaska, links to my graphic files are in the list minipages]
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2005: total directing & total acting
Russian American Theatre Archives


Dodin - Russian Directors
Method: Yoga & Freud
"The actor is an Instant Analyst." Peter Brook -- When I first began to work in the theatre, I worked with a very young Alec Guinness. Alec Guinness, who had already done a lot of work, said to me, "I must warn you, if you interrupt me while I am rehearsing something emotional, if in the middle of a scene you just interrupt me because you just want to tell me something, I'll yell at you". "But", he said, "don't take this as showing any bad faith, any bad intentions on my part. I can't bear to lose the thread, the unity of my character, so I will shout so as to stay within what I am doing". This is the only occasion I have ever heard an actor say such a thing and to me it is the exception that underlines an astonishing rule. Normally, an actor can be deeply inside an extraordinary, complex character, inter-relating with great passion with another character and you can say, "Just a moment, could you just step two inches to the right because otherwise you would be out of the light" and he says in his normal voice "Oh yes, certainly", immediately picking up again not only the thread of the scene, but the entire human being who is, as it were, put on and taken off as easily as a coat. But the mystery is that this coat goes on and off inside and the actor can slip into the entire fibre and structure of a human being in a flash, without using any mental devices or tricks.
* one act fest
Virtual Theatre w/Anatoly


Drama **
The Importance of Being Earnest
* mini-form show review *
Oedipus X

"There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio,
Than are dreamt of in your philosophy." Hamlet

The Possessed 2003

Wating for Godot
Godot.06 UAF main stage *


2007 -- web-year
* The Theatre--Advancing by Edward Gordon Craig; Little, Brown & Company, 1919 - Part I - A Plea for Two Theatres: This Essay Is Dedicated to the Tired Business Man - A Durable Theatre - The Modern Theatre, and Another - In Defence of the Artist - The Open Air - Belief and Make-Believe: A Footnote to "The Actor and the Über-Marionette." - Imagination - Part II - Theatrical Reform - Public Opinion - Proposals Old and New: A Dialogue Between A Theatrical Manager and An Artist of the Theatre. - Part III - Gentlemen, the Marionette! - On Masks: By A Bishop and by Me - Shakespeares Collaborators - In a Restaurant - "Literary" Theatres - Art or Imitation?: A Plea for An Enquiry After the Missing Laws of the Art - A Conversation with Jules Champfleury - The Theatre in Italy: Naples and Pompeii: A Letter to John Semar - Church and Stage: in Rome: "When in Rome Do as the Romans Do." - Thoroughness in the Theatre - On Learning Magic: A Dialogue Many Times Repeated - Tuition in Art: A Note to the Younger Generation of Theatrical Students - On the Old School of Acting - A Letter to Ellen Terry - Yvette Guilbert - Sada Yacco - New Departures - The Wise and the Foolish Virgins - To Eleonora Duse - Ladies, Temperament and Discipline - Part IV - The Copyright Law: A Suggestion for An Amendment - The New Theme: Poverty - The Voice - Theatrical Love - Realism, or Nerve-Tickling - The Poet and Motion Pictures - The True Hamlet - The Futurists - Fire! Fire!

The Director and the Stage: From Naturalism to Grotowski by Edward Braun; Holmes & Meier, 1982 - I. The Meiningen Theatre - 2. Antoine and the Theatre Libre - 3. The Symbolist Theatre - 4. Alfred Jarry - 5. Stanislavsky and Chekhov - 6. Edward Gordon Craig - 7. Max Reinhardt in Germany and Austria - 8. Meyerhold - the First Five Years - 9. Meyerhold - Theatre as Propaganda - 10. Piscator in Berlin - Ii. Brecht's Formative Years - 12. Artaud's Theatre of Cruelty - 13. Grotowski's Laboratory Theatre

Avant Garde Theatre, 1892-1992 by Christopher Innes; Routledge, 1993 - 1: Introduction - 2: The Politics of Primitivism - 3: Dreams, Archetypes and the Irrational - 4: Therapy and Subliminal Theatre - 5: Antonin Artaud and the Theatre of Cruelty - 6: Ritual and Acts of Communion - 7: Black Masses and Ceremonies of Negation - 8: Myth and Theatre Laboratories - 9: Secular Religions and Physical Spirituality - 10: Anthropology, Environmental Theatre and Sexual Revolution - 11: Interculturalism and Expropriating the Classics - 12: From the Margins to Mainstream

comedy scripts Monty Python's Flying Circus


Pinter - Homecoming
Theatre UAF * Fall.06 postmodern and vTheatre (pomo project) 2006

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2006: Waiting for Godot

I wish to write a formal paper on Beckett...

At least, I can bring the links to Chekhov...

and Shakespeare.

3 Sisters and Godot. The Gravediggers and Hamlet is the obvious connection.

And Sophocless? (Irony issue)

And the tragic comedy genre take. Absurd as a tragedy (Existential) and as a comedy (commedia or dada tradition). Polyphonic (conflict), according to Bakhtin? Live of each other?

Plus, "Internet2" paper I commited myself already (shows.vtheatre.net/ps)

"Directing College Show in XXI century"?

[ anatolant.spaces.live.com -- theatre director blog 2007 ]


Anatoly UAF

[ new" and "2007" pages ]


What is new?

I die every night. I am born every morning...

I have several service pages I do not how to use. This is one of them.


2000? 2003? 2004? 2005? 2006...

I have another loser -- FAQ...

and the notes page...

How will I update "new" page? New-new?

Relax, the web is young. We don't know the forms of the future.

Anatoly, August of 2003.

NEW? The domain name = filmplus.org
* All I can do at the moment is to give you the new pages listing on this page. Use the "htmlgears."

If you see "summary" and "notes" in the right table, it means that the pages were updated in 2003.

2006: anatoly.org

Russian American Theatre Archives Mini-Chekhov05-Schiele-Lady

Chekhov: Farces & Love Letters -- Fall 2005 Freedom in Captivity: Identity and Non-Identity with Oneself... To understand the concept of "Four Farces & One Funeral" (Theatre UAF) I have to go back Lev Shestov's criticism of Chekhov (existential POV).

Л. Шестов. Творчество из ничего. (А.П. Чехов)


С. Булгаков ЧЕХОВ КАК МЫСЛИТЕЛЬ 20 октября 1910 года. Москва. Public Lecture:

... "Деятельность научная и художественная в ее настоящем смысле только тогда плодотворна, когда она не знает прав, а знает одни обязанности. Только потому, что она всегда такова, что ее свойство быть таковою, и ценит человечество так высоко ее деятельность. Если люди действительно призваны к служению другим духовной работой, они в этой работе будут видеть только обязанности и с трудом, лишениями и самоотвержением будут исполнять их. Мыслитель и художник никогда не будет сидеть спокойно на олимпийских высотах, как мы привыкли воображать. Мыслитель и художник должны страдать вместе с людьми для того, чтобы найти спасение или утешение". И нам думается, Чехов был именно таким художником, которого здесь рисует Толстой.

"Призвание всего человечества, - говорит Чехов устами художника в "Домике с мезонином", - в духовной деятельности, в постоянном искании правды и смысла жизни... удовлетворить его могут только религия, науки, искусства... Науки и искусства, когда они настоящие, стремятся не к временным, не к частным целям, а к вечному и общему, - они ищут правды, смысла жизни, ищут Бога, душу". В этих словах определяется и общее содержание творчества и самого Чехова, и оно посвящено тому, в чем он видел задачу истинной науки и искусства: исканию правды, Бога, души, смысла жизни. S. N. Bulgakov

Next: GeoAlaska
@2000-2004 index *

Aphrodite - 200X Aesthetics

Russian American Theatre Archives

* All directories have "new" pages(like this one), and all updates will be there. New @ Biomechanics, new at Stagematrix, new with script.vtheatre.net and so on.

I do not know how else to keep with the changes...

I do not want NEW pages!

No more!


Russian American Theatre Archives

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