Stanislavski Theatre Analysis

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break the fourth wall and expose the techThe director could break the fourth wall and expose the technology to the audience in whimsical ways. This concept is also known as “Verfremdungseffekt” or V effect in which something absurd and unexpected things happens as it directs the audience attention to something new. His main concern is that audience must not involve emotionally in the play and they should be conscious that they are watching a theatre. He always takes stories that are already listened by audience so that they are not emotionally touched by it. His important strategies were cross-cutting, narration, marking the moment and gestus. Cross cutting means creating a scene and then reordering the acting by making forwards and backwards…show more content…
Their ideas differed widely. Stanislavski theatre is based on realistic and around emotion and life, whereas epic theatre main aim is to disconnect the audience from being emotionally involved in the play. Realistic plays revolve around everyday problems. The plots, characters and set are all based on real life. This will draw the attention of audience towards it and it makes them feel attached to the story. Stanislavski used to ask actor objective and super objective in each unit of action. He set out a way of preparing a role so that the actor could be able to portray pure imitation. He wants his actors to explore their characters. He believed that the truth that occured onstage should be different than that of real life, but a type of ‘scenic truth’ could be achieved onstage. He said that the “Purpose of our art is to create the life of a human soul and render it in an artistic…show more content…
The plays are designed to shock the audience and inspire thought. The main aim is to make audience aware of their social surroundings and encourage them to act to change their society. It allow actors to take on any different character or role. He could use songs, music, comic elements and also other style theatrics. He also used different methods to create parallels to contemporary issues. He was very much influenced by musicals and fairground performers. He also used comedy to distant his audience from the depicted situations. Stanislavski theatre is called dramatic theatre which has plot, involve the spectator in a stage situation and one scene after another whereas in epic theatre it is called narrative theatre, turn the spectator into an observer and each scene for

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