ABSTRACT

Biomechanics, a famous invention of Meyerhold, makes a great problem for theatre practitioners nowadays: there is no clear textbook on biomechanics left by Meyerhold. It lives (with changes, of course) only within the Russian pedagogical tradition, oral and practical, which has a few branches. One of this branches is represented by the Chair of Stage movement at the Russian Academy of Theatre Arts GITIS (Moscow) where Meyerhold himself taught for a short period of time in 1920s. The aim of this paper is to explore this branch of biomechanics which proclaims itself a developing experience and not only a repetition of the classical set of exercises.

BIOGRAFIA

Dmitrij Trubočkin è Direttore dell’Istituto di Stato per gli Studi di Arte e Professore di Storia del teatro all’Accademia Russa di Arte teatrale GITIS (Mosca, Russia). Ha pubblicato numerosi testi e saggi di carattere storico e teorico tra cui Teatr, zhivopis', kino, muzyka: mezhvuzovskii sbornik nauchnykh trudov molodykh uchenykh (Teatro, pittura, cinema, musica: raccolta interuniversitaria di lavori scientifici dei giovani studiosi), Mosca, Gitis, 2004, e Vse a poriadke! Starets pliashet... (Tutto bene! Sta danzando un vecchio…), Mosca, Gitis, 2005. trubotchkin@gmail.com

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