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He did nothing for money: Konstantin Stanislavsky became legendary very quickly. It is now hard to see even traces of the real man, who was a co-founder of the Moscow Art Theater and whose ''system'' is still alive today in the generations of actors trained in this country by Stella Adler and Lee Strasberg.
150 Years With Stanislavsky: Until the middle of the twentieth century, caricatures of American actors commonly depicted a histrionic performer with one hand on his breast and the other extended toward the balcony while he declaimed, "To be or not to be." Then, around the 1950s, this cartoon image gave way to another that of a jittery mumbler in a t-shirt who confided his words to his chest.
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Konstantin Stanislavsky 2019. Britannica School. Retrieved 14 February 2019, from https://school.eb.com.au/levels/high/article/Konstantin-Stanislavsky/69412
Naturalism and Stanislavski 2019, BBC, accessed 14 February 2019, <https://www.bbc.com/bitesize/guides/zxn4mp3/revision/1>.
PROFFER, ELLENDEA. "HE DID NOTHING FOR MONEY." New York Times, 05 Mar 1989. elibrary, https://explore.proquest.com/elibrary/document/427142500?accountid=160691.