Russian Theater Lab For Actors
Taught by Aleksey Burago and Guest Teachers
In America, many of the writings and methods of Russian theater artists, such as K. Stanislavsky and M. Chekhov, have been misinterpreted. As a result, some of their progressive ideas are lost in translation and erroneously passed on to the acting student. Master teacher and award-winning Russian director Aleksey Burago will hold a weekly class geared at revealing the traditions of Russian theater and methods of acting as passed on by his teachers and colleagues from The Russian Academy of Theatre Arts GITIS, one of the oldest and most prestigious theatre schools in Europe. Suitable for actors of all levels, backgrounds and levels of experience, these classes will shed light on the methods and ideas of Stanislavski, Meyerhold, and M. Chekhov. First class begins March 5th, 2014. For more information and registration, please click here.