Stanislavsky Acting Мethodology
Published at : 30 Dec 2020
Actors can be dull as well as public appearances can be boring. Why does it happen? What should we do? As far back as 80 years ago Konstantin Stanislavsky found a solution. It was the Method. But few were those, who could explain its basics in a simple and clear way. We took a chance.
As we see it, we managed to. The three core principles of the Method:
1. Super-objective (Why do we need it all?)
2. Action (Only struggling is of the interest)
3. Belief in circumstances (reel of imaging) in a simple animated video.
It is useful both for novice actors and for anyone who wants to perform eloquently in public.
Written by — Andrey Skvortsov
Editor — Valentine Teplyakov
Animation — Stas Odintsov
Music — Edward Gleyzer
Voiceover — George Watts
Producer — Gennady Kondratyev