• Tom Cornford deposited Michael Chekhov: Directing an Actors’ Theatre on Humanities Commons 6 months, 3 weeks ago

    This chapter argues that Michael Chekhov’s work is incompletely understood unless we consider him as both an actor and a director and as a theorist not only of acting but of theatre more widely. It offers an overview of his directorial work and analyses his directorial process, from which it derives some exercises for use in the rehearsal room.