Chekhov on the British Stage

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Patrick Miles, Patrick J. Miles, Miles Patrick
Cambridge University Press, 1993年5月6日 - 258页
This is the first book to consider the whole subject of Chekhov's impact on the British stage. Recently Chekhov's plays have come to occupy a place in the British classical repertoire second only to Shakespeare. The British, American and Russian authors of these essays examine this phenomenon both historically and synchronically. First they discuss why Chekhov's plays were so slow to find an audience in Britain, what the early productions were really like, and how Bernard Shaw, Peggy Ashcroft, the Moscow Art Theatre and politics influenced the British style of Chekhov. They then address the often controversial issues of directing, acting, designing and translating Chekhov in Britain today. The volume concludes with a selective chronology of British productions of Chekhov's plays and will be of interest to students and scholars of the theatre, as well as theatre-goers, theatre-practitioners and Russianists.
 

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differences
6
AngloRussian theatrical
20
Bernard Shaws dialogue with Chekhov
43
the English response
54
Chekhovs plays 19111926
61
Peggy Ashcroft and Chekhov
78
Chekhov and the Welsh
101
A path to Chekhov
126
a new English version by Trevor
156
Mike Alfreds methods with
169
Chekhov and the company problem in the British
185
Design for Chekhov
194
My search for standards as a translator of Chekhovs
209
the case of The Seagull
216
a Russian view
226
A CHRONOLOGY OF BRITISH PROFESSIONAL
237

Chekhov
136
the politics of British Chekhov
147

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