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Drama Lesson about Stanislavski, Brecht, and Artaud. Contains background information for each theorist along with engaging acting exercises and challenges within each method.

Stanislavski, Brecht, and Artaud each had very different ideas about what theater was, and what it could be. Each was influenced by the world they lived in, and each greatly impacted the way we watch and perform theater today. Along with learning about the background of each theorist, students will have the opportunity to experiment with some of their methods through acting exercises and challenges.

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