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Eventually, he opened the Thtre Antoine in Paris in 1897, all fully professional company, and then later became the director of all fully-modernized state-subsidized theatre. By 1900, every major country in Europe had a Constitution (except Russia); there was therefore a strong interest in the plight of the working class. Back in the mid-90s I saw the Melbourne Theatre Companys 40th anniversary production of Ray Lawlers Summer of the Seventeenth Doll, probably Australias most celebrated play. The two schools of thought and subsequent movements in the theatre were distinct and separate, though blurred with historical time lines and similarities in style. Conclusion Naturalism had a significant effect on modern theatrical development, from its origins in the mid-nineteenth century until the present day.

 

The practitioners Stanislavsky, Nemirovich-Danchenko and the Moscow Art Theatre (1897) Konstantin Stanislavsky (1863-1938) and Vladimir Nemirovich-Danchenko (1858-1943) were co-founders of a progressive theatre company called the Moscow Art Theatre, set up in 1897 to stage realistic theatre performed by actors who were rigorously trained. This, I believe is part of the reason why realism survived in the theatre, while naturalism was short-lived. Andr Antoine and the Thtre Libre Antoine was a French theatre director who championed the new naturalistic style of drama and founded the Thtre Libre (the �Free Theatre�) in 1887 to stage Zola�s Thrse Raquin after the theatre group for which he previously worked had refused to do so. Among the subjects addressed by Ibsen in his plays are: euthanasia, the role of women, war and business, and syphilis. His short stories and plays are full of understatement, anti-climax, and implied feeling. Named the Moscow Arts Theatre, it was to consist of the most talented amateurs from Stanislavsky�s society and the best students of the Philharmonic Music and Drama School, which Nemirovich-Danchenko directed. Alexei Maximovitch Peshkov Gorky came from a very deprived background and had first-hand experience of what life was like for the poorest Russian people.

 

His plays attacked societys values and dealt with unconventional subjects within the form of the well-made play (causally related). He believed that the purpose of naturalistic theatre was make the audience think during the performance and after the play ended. A Dolls House 1879 Nora leaves her husband Torvald and her children at the end of the play; often considered "the slam heard around the world," Noras action must have been very shocking to the Victorian audience. Arms and the Man (1894) about love and war and honor. Often subjects such as drama and theatre in high schools are seen as second-rate and are not taken seriously if end-of-year examinations do not exist. 1936. In 1891 Stanislavsky directed the company�s first major production, Leo Tolstoy�s The Fruits of Enlightenment. Stanislavski, Constantin. Chekhov pioneered what has been termed the �indirect action� play, keeping a strict impression of realism. d680c458d3

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