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    Sharon Marie Carnicke
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    Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers; illustrated edition edition (November 1, 1989)
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The Theatrical Instinct book. Nikolai Evreinov, a major force in the Russian avant-garde theatre, won international fame in the 1920's.

The Theatrical Instinct book. His harlequinades were produced by such greats as Dullin in France, Pirandello in Italy, and the Theatre Guild on Broadway. As playwright, director, and theorist, Evreinov anticipated major developments in the twentieth century theatre: metatheatrical plays, environmen Nikolai Evreinov, a major force in the Russian avant-garde theatre, won international fame in the 1920's.

American University Studies, Series XXVI, Theatre Arts, vol. 2. New York, Bern, Frankfurt, and Paris: Peter Lang, 1989 . Recommend this journal. xii, 247 pp. Photographs. Katherine Eaton (a1). Tarrant County Junior College.

The Theatrical Instinct: Nikolai Evreinov and the Russian Theatre of the Early Twentieth Century by Sharon Marie Carnicke.

Sharon Marie Carnicke is an internationally known expert on the Stanislavsky System for actor training and on film acting. Her translations of Anton Chekhov’s plays have been produced nationally, with her Seagull winning a Kennedy Center award.

SHARON MARIE CARNICKE Professor, Theatre and Slavic . Ann Arbor: the University of Michigan Press, February 2008. The Theatrical Instinct: Nikolai Evreinov and the Russian Theatre of the Early Twentieth Century. New York/Bern: Peter Lang Publishing, 1989

SHARON MARIE CARNICKE Professor, Theatre and Slavic . New York/Bern: Peter Lang Publishing, 1989. Nominated for the George Freedley Memorial Award (1990).

The theatrical instinct : Nikolai Evreinov and the Russian theatre of the early twentieth century by Sharon Marie Carnicke . Nikolai Evreinov Soviet theatre director. Nikolaj Evreinov drammaturgo e regista teatrale russo.

The theatrical instinct : Nikolai Evreinov and the Russian theatre of the early twentieth century by Sharon Marie Carnicke( Book ). Evreinov-a pictorial biography fii︠a︡ by N. N Evreinov( Book ). .

American University Studies. Sharon Marie Carnicke. ISBN: 978-0-8204-1073-9. Availability: Out of print.

Sharon Marie Carnicke. and the proletarian artists of Artef, the first workers’ theatre to appear on Broadway. For most of the twentieth century, actors and dancers in the United States have considered Russian training in the performing arts the gold standard. At the Actors Studio in New York City, home of the Method, Lee Strasberg liberally quoted from Stanislavski’s teaching and adapted his Russian techniques to American culture. Even more significant are her portraits of those who hailed Russia’s performing arts in the United States as hallmarks of great value.

Nikolai Evreinov, a major force in the Russian avant-garde theatre, won international fame in the 1920's. His harlequinades were produced by such greats as Dullin in France, Pirandello in Italy, and the Theatre Guild on Broadway. As playwright, director, and theorist, Evreinov anticipated major developments in the twentieth century theatre: metatheatrical plays, environmental staging, and the study of performance through anthropology, ritual, and role-playing in everyday life. Carnicke examines Evreinov's theories in light of the artistry of his plays. She clarifies his most influential ideas and reclaims his central role in modern theatre history.