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in memoriam Anne Beatrice Hamilton  (*1890 †1982)

Michael Chekhov Brasil has a collection of works written by and about Michael Chekhov, books by other authors and works with a similar or complementary vision, as well as DVDs, CDs and digital media. Since there is almost no literature by/about Michael Chekhov in the Portuguese language, at present the majority of this collection is in English, with some works in French and German.

We are usually able to make the contents of the Archive available for consultation by participants of Michael Chekhov Brasil's workshops, upon request. (for further information, please  feel free to Contact us)


1) WORKS BY MICHAEL CHEKHOV

 
PARA O ATOR
Author: Michael Chekhov
Publisher: WMF Martins Fontes, 2003
Language: Portuguese

Portuguese translation of To the Actor, the only book by Michael Chekhov available in Brazil.  This translation was only published in 1986, 31 years after the author's death, and until the foundation of Michael Chekhov Brasil in 2010, it was essentially the only opportunity Brazilian actors had - apart from a few sporadic workshops and other events over several decades - to come into contact with his teachings.

TO THE ACTOR: on the technique of acting
Author: Michael Chekhov
Publisher: Routledge, 2003
Language: English

Key work published in 1953, two years before the author's death, and for over three decades the most important publication for studying his teachings in the English language. This is the revised, expanded edition with a preface by Simon Callow.

 

TO THE ACTOR: on the technique of acting
Author: Michael Chekhov
Publisher: Harper & Row, 1953
Language
: English

First edition of Michael Chekhov's key work, with a preface by Yul Brynner and illustrations by Nicolai Remisoff.

  

ON THE TECHNIQUE OF ACTING
Author: Michael Chekhov, ed. Mel Gordon

Publisher: HarperCollins, 1991
Language
: English
To the Actor was an edited version of M.Chekhov's original manuscript. In 1991, Mel Gordon published this expanded version, introduced by Mala Powers, his former student and executrix of his estate.

 

DIE KUNST DES SCHAUSPIELERS Moskauer Ausgabe
Author: Michael Chekhov

Publisher: Urachhaus, 2010
Language
: German
In 1945/6 Michael Chekhov published the first version of his book about the art of the actor, in Moskow and in Russian, of which this is the German translation. The same manuscripts later formed the basis of the publication of To the Actor, although the organization and presentation of the exercises is actually very often clearer here, and in a great many respects resembles
On the Technique of Acting (see above).

ÊTRE ACTEUR
Author: Michael Chekhov
Publisher: Pygmalion, 2007
Language
: French

French edition of To the Actor.

 
L'IMAGINATION CRÉATRICE DE L'ACTEUR
Author: Michael Chekhov
Publisher: Pygmalion, 2006
Language
: French

French edition of  On the Technique of Acting.

  
ALL'ATTORE: sulla tecnica della recitazione
Author: Michail Cekhov
Publisher: La Casa Usher, 1984
Language
: Italian

Italian edition of To the Actor.

LESSONS FOR THE PROFESSIONAL ACTOR
Author: Michael Chekhov, Deirdre Hurst du Prey (Ed.)
Publisher: Performing Arts Journal Publications, 1985
Language
: English

Collection of texts from lectures given by Michael Chekhov to a group of actors in New York in 1941.

GLOSSARY
In
2013  Michael Chekhov Brasil published a PDF glossary of this book. To download this document, please click on the book cover (right).

LESSONS FOR TEACHERS OF HIS ACTING TECHNIQUE
Author: Michael Chekhov, Deirdre Hurst du Prey (Ed.)
Publisher: Dovehouse Editions, 2000
Language: English

Transcription of 18 classes given by Michael Chekhov in the 1930's, at his first studio at Dartington Hall, England, to Deirdre Hurst du Prey and Beatrice Straight, two of his most important followers and practitioners of his work.

MICHAEL CHEKHOV'S TO THE DIRECTOR AND PLAYWRIGHT
Autho
r: Charles Leonard (compiled/edited by)
Publisher
: Limelight Editions, 1984
Language: English

During the last years of his life, M.Chekhov was working, together with Charles Leonard, on a book mainly aimed at directors and playwrights. Although he never finished the work, we do have this version which his collaborator completed and published in 1963.

THE PATH OF THE ACTOR
Autho
r: Michael Chekhov
Publisher
: Routledge, 2005
Language: English

English translation of the autobiography which Michael Chekhov published in Russian in 1928, the same year as he fled into exile.  As well as this book, which documents his childhood in St. Petersburg, youth, his years as actor and director at the Moscow Arts Theatre, the friendship with Vakhtangov etc., this edition also brings us excerpts from another autobiographical work, under the title Life and Encounters.

 

LEKTIONEN FÜR DEN PROFESSIONELLEN SCHAUSPIELER
Author: Michael Chekhov, Deirdre Hurst du Prey (Ed.)
Publisher
: Alexander Verlag, 2013
Language
: German

German translation of the book Lessons for the Professional Actor (q.v.).
Kindly donated by Mani Wintsch e Bernadette Wintsch-Heinen (Zürich, Switzerland)

LEBEN UN BEGEGNUNGEN - Autobiographische Schriften
Author: Michael Chekhov
Publisher
: Urachhaus, 1992
Language: German

German translation of various autobiographical writing by  Michael Chekhov (part of which makes up the material in The Path of the Actor above).
Kindly donated by Michael Tschechow Studio Berlin (Germany)

A TALE ABOUT LIES AND HOW SWIFTLY THEY SPREAD ACROSS THE EARTH
Author: Michael Chekhov, Jessica Cerullo (Ed.), Andrei Malaev-Babel (Trans.)
Publisher
: MICHA, 2013
Language: English

Reproduction of the manuscript of a story written and illustrated by Michael Chekhov. Limited edition of  75 copies.

CADERNOS DE TEATRO 117
Publisher
: O Tablado,1988
Language: Portugu
ese

Teatrical journal published with a translation of Michael Chekhov's themes for improvisations (the same as the those in the last chapter of To the Actor).



2) WORKS ABOUT MICHAEL CHEKHOV AND HIS TEACHINGS

THE DRAMA REVIEW: Michael Chekhov (Vol.27 Nr. 3)
Author: Michael Kirby (Ed.)
Publisher
: The MIT Press, 1983
Language: English

Special edition of the quarterly magazine, published 3 years after the foundation of the Michael Chekhov Studio in New York, with articles by Mel Gordon and Deirdre Hurst du Prey, among others, and texts by Michael Chekhov, published for the first time.

 
MICHAEL CHEKHOV: CRITICAL ISSUES, REFLECTIONS, DREAMS
Author: Jessica Cerullo (Ed.)
Publisher
: MICHA, 2009
Language: English

Collection of texts by directors, teachers and collaborators of MICHA - the Michael Chekhov Association, about various aspects of this work, their thoughts and experiences working with the technique.

 

MICHA WORKBOOK: a guide to integrating the Michael Chekhov Technique
Author: Jessica Cerullo, Fern Sloan (Ed.)
Publisher
: MICHA, 2009
Language: English

An excercise book aimed mainly at teachers and directors, to help deepen their understanding as they work with exercises and the teachings of Michael Chekhov and his followers.

 

MICHA WORKBOOK: um guia para integrar a Técnica Michael Chekhov
Author: Jessica Cerullo, Fern Sloan (Ed.)
Publisher: MICHA/Michael Chekhov Brasil, 2013
Language: Portuguese

Portuguese edition of the MICHA Workbook.

 

MICHAEL CHEKHOV
Author: Franc Chamberlain
Publisher
: Routledge, 2004
Language: English

Book about Michael Chekhov, his biography, writings about the technique, Chekhov as director, as well as practical exercises.

 

THE OTHER CHEKHOV
Author: Charles Marowitz
Publisher
: Applause Theatre & Cinema Books, 2004
Language: English

Biography of the life of Michael Chekhov, following his life in Russia, Europe and the USA, his art, schools and also presenting his legacy within the theatre world since the second half of the 20th century.

 

MIKHAIL CHEKHOV AS ACTOR, DIRECTOR AND TEACHER
Author: Lendley C. Black
Publisher
: UMI ResearchPress, 1987
Language: English

Book about Michael Chekhov exploring his biography and his acting system. A very well-researched text, using his books, library material and interviews with Deirdre Hurst du Prey, Beatrice Straight, Mala Powers, among others.

THE MICHAEL CHEKHOV HANDBOOK For the Actor
Author: Lenard Petit
Publisher
: Routledge, 2010
Language: English

Practical manual covering all the fundamental aspects of the Michael Chekhov technique, written by Lenard Petit, Vice President of MICHA and director of the Michael Chekhov Acting Studio, in New York.

 

MIKHAÏL TCHEKHOV / MICHAEL CHEKHOV: de Moscou à Hollywood / du théâtre au cinéma
Author: Marie-Christine Autant-Mathieu (Ed.)
Publisher
: L'Entretemps Éditions, 2009
Language: French

A broad-ranging collection of articles and texts about Michael Chekhov, his technique and influences, covering all the stages on his long journey from Russia to the USA, via Germany, France, Poland, Latvia and England.

 

THEATRE, DANCE AND PERFORMANCE TRAINING: Michael Chekhov (Vol. 4 Issue II)
Author: Jonathan Pitches, Franc Chamberlain, Andrei Kirillov (Ed.)
Publisher
: Routledge, 2013
Language: English

Special edition devoted to Michael Chekhov, with essays and articles by Joanna Merlin, David Zinder, Phelim McDermott, among others; an interview with Sarah Kane and Graham Dixon; and the long-awaited translation of transcriptions of rehearsals of the legendary MAT2 production of Hamlet, in 1924.


 

3) OTHER WORKS ABOUT RELATED TOPICS

SPRACHGESTALTUNG UND DRAMATISCHE KUNST
Author: Rudolf Steiner, Marie Steiner-von Sivers
Publisher
: Rudolf Steiner Verlag, 2002
Language: German

Lectures given by Rudolf Steiner in 1924 which form the basis of a new approach to speech, filled with insights leading to a greater understanding of speech and the art of acting. (thi book is published in English under the title Speech and Drama)

 

RUDOLF STEINER E IL TEATRO
Author: Monica Cristini
Publisher
: Bulzoni Editore, 2008
Language: Italian

A study into how Rudolf Steiner's teachings and quest formed a new way of thinkng about the theatre, and how Eurythmy and other elements of Anthroposophy relate to the art of the actor. The final chapter relates how Michael Chekhov incorporated this vision into his own artistic journey.

 

AUDITIONING: an actor-friendly guide
Author: Joanna Merlin
Publisher
: Vintage Books, 2001
Language: English

Joanna Merlin studied with Michael Chekhov during the last five years of his life. Today, she is President of MICHA, a wonderful teacher and great inspiration, an actor with a long career in theatre, television and film, and an experienced casting director - and it is in her capacity as the latter that she wrote this practical guide to the auditioning process.

 
THE VAKHTANGOV SOURCEBOOK
Author: Andrei Malaev-Babel (Ed.)
Publisher
: Routledge, 2011
Language: English

A compilation of the main writings of Yevgeny Vakhtangov (1883-1922), one of the great directors working at the Moscow Arts Theatre, and close  friend and collaborator of Michael Chekhov.

RUSSIANS IN BRITAIN
Author: Joanathan Pitches (Ed.)
Publisher
: Routledge, 2012
Language: English

Series of articles about the Russion influence on English theatre, including the article "Michael Chekhov and the Studio in Dartington: the remembering of a tradition", by Jerri Daboo.

 

WANDERING STARS. Russian Emigré Theatre 1905-1940
Author: Lawrence Senelick (Ed.)
Publisher
: University of Iowa Press, 1992
Language: English

Collection of articles about Russian theatre in the United States during the first half of the last century. Contains the articles"Michael Chekhov and Russian Existentialism" by Vladislav Ivanov, e "Michael Chekhov in England and America" by Deirdre Hurst du Prey

 

BODY VOICE IMAGINATION: ImageWork Training and the Chekhov Technique
Author: David Zinder
Publisher
: Routledge, 2009
Language: English

Actor training exercises by a MICHA faculty member based in Tel Aviv, Israel.

TEACHING VOICE. Workshops for Young Performers
Author: Max Hafler
Publisher
: Nick Hern Book, 2016
Language: English

Comlete programme of workshops for training the actor's voice, mainly aimed at acting teachers and with an approach and exercises strongly influenced by the Michael Chekhov technnique.

 

LIBERATION OF THE ACTOR
Author: Peter Bridgmont
Publisher
: Temple Lodge Publishing, 2001
Language: English

Voice teaching based among other things on Rudolf Steiner's Speech and Drama teachings.

 

A REPORT OF MY EXPERIENCE OF THE MICHAEL CHEKHOV SCHOOL IN HUDSON, NEW YORK
Author: Bernadette Wintsch-Heinen
Publisher
: Michael Chekhov School, 2016
Language: English

The account of a two-week visit to the Michael Chekhov School during the second semester of 2015, with impressions and experiences from inside and outside the classroom.

THE STANISLAVSKY TECHNIQUE: RUSSIA - a Workbook for Actors
Author: Mel Gordon
Publisher
: Applause Theatre Book Publishers, 1987
Language: English

The title notwithstanding, this book is a broad compilation of exercises deriving from the most important discoveries, over decades, by not only Stanislavsky and his assistant Sulerzhitsky, but Vakhtangov, Michael Chekhov and others.

 

SCIENCE AND THE STANISLAVSKY TRADITION OF ACTING
Author: Jonathan Pitches
Publisher
: Routledge, 2006
Language: English

Book which traces parallels between the Russian acting tradition of techniques and approaches to artistic creation in the theatre, and scientific advances throughout the 20th century (in philosophy, psychology, physics etc.).

 

THE STANISLAVSKY SYSTEM OF ACTING
Author: Rose Whyman
Publisher
: Cambridge, 2008
Langua: Engish

Book which examines the influence of  the Stanislavsky system over the past century and compares it with the approaches of Vakhtangov, Michael Chekhov and Meyerhold.

 

MASK IMPROVISATION for actor training and performance
Author: Sears A. Eldredge
Publisher
: Northwestern University Press, 1996
Language: English

Comprehensive workbook about actor training with masks.

 

MOVEMENT FOR ACTORS
Author: Nicole Potter (Ed.)
Publisher
: Allworth Press, 2002
Language: English

Compilation of articles about a variety of topics, activities and techniques relating to the actor's movement, among them Alexander, Meyerhold, Viewpoints, Laban, Rasaboxes and, of course, Michael Chekhov.

JOGOS PARA ATORES E NÃO-ATORES
Aut
hor:  Augusto Boal
Publisher
: Civilização Brasileira, 2005
Language: Portuguese

Book of games and exercises for actors and other artists, developed over 20 years at the Teatro de Arena. (Note: this book has been published in English under the title: Games for Actors and Non-Actors)

INSTANT ACTING
Author: Jeremy Whelan
Publisher
: Better Way Books, 1994
Language: English

Rehearsal technique for actors using recordings of the text to help conquor the challenge of staying "in the body" while we create (and resisting the temptation to allow the intellect to take over).

 

OPEN SPACE TECHNOLOGY: A User's Guide
Author: Harrison Owen
Publisher
: Berrett-Koehler Publishers, 2008
Language: English

Introduction and workbook for using Open Space Technology, a wonderful method which allows large numbers of people to address and solve complex themes and problems - literally in an open space.

 

CRITICAL RESPONSE PROCESS: A method for getting useful feedback on anything you make, from dance to dessert
Author: Liz Lerman, John Borstel
Publisher
: Dance Exchange, 2003
Language: English

Workbook of a method for giving and receiving constructive feedback in a group environment.

 


 

4) WORKS IN NON-PRINT MEDIA
 
 
ON THEATRE AND THE ART OF ACTING
Author: Michael Chekhov, Mala Powers (Ed.)
Publisher
: Working Arts Library, 2004
Language: English
Media: CD / audio

Recording of a series of lectures given by Michael Chekhov to a group of professional actors in Hollywood, in 1955.

 
MASTER CLASSES IN THE MICHAEL CHEKHOV TECHNIQUE
Author: MICHA The Michael Chekhov Association
Publisher
: Routledge, 2007
Language: English
Media: DVD / video

Series of classes in the Michael Chekhov technique given by MICHA faculty: Joanna Merlin (President of MICHA), Fern Sloan (President of Michael Chekhov Brasil's Advisory Board), Ted Pugh, Ragnar Freidank and Lenard Petit.

 

THE PATH TO LIGHT - Michael Chekhov's Hamlet Production
Author: Jobst Langhans, with an introduction by Hugo Moss
Year:
2015
Language
: English
Media: Digital

Article describing the difficult steps endured by Michael Chekhov at the beginning of his life as an artist, and the first major exploration of his "Theatre of the Future" with the production of Hamlet in 1924.

Download this article HERE

THE ACTOR IS THE THEATRE: a collection of Michael Chekhov's unpublished notes and manuscripts on the art of acting and the theatre
Autho
r: Deirdre Hurst du Prey
Source
: Billy Rose Theatre Division, NY Public Library
Language: English
Media: Digital

There are three existing copies of an extensive archive made up of transcriptions which Deirdre Hurst du Prey made of Michael Chekhov's classes, between 1936 and 1942. One copy is at the Devon Records Office in England, one at the University of Windsor, Canada, and the third in New York (the source of our digital collection). The full archive comprises of 3 boxes divided into numerous folders, and Michael Chekhov Brasil currently holds in its digital archives the following sections:
- Box 1: Folders #2, #3, #4, #5 and #6
- Box 2: 10 folders (complete)
- Box 3: Folders #1, #2, #3, #7, #8, #9, #10, #12, #13 and #14

THE TRAINING SESSIONS OF MICHAEL CHEKHOV
Author: Deirdre Hurst du Prey, Peter Hutton
Publisher
: Arts Documentation Unit, 2004
Language: English
Media: Digital

Interview given by du Prey at Dartington Hall in July 1978, and transcriptions she made of  several classes which M.Chekhov gave in 1939.

 

LIBERATION OF ACTING a selection of 26 studies and classes
Author: Peter Bridgemont
Language
: Inglês
Media: Digital

Comprehensive series of exercises exploring the universe of Rudolf Steiner's teachings of Speech and Drama.

JOURNAL FOR ANTHROPOSOPHY
Edition: Number 27, Spring 1978, The Anthroposophical Society of America, Inc.
Language
: English
Media: Digital

Journal with a memoir "Michael Chekhov, the Actor as Conscious Artist" by the artist Margarita Woloschin, who knew M.Chekhov in Russia and Germany.

JOURNAL FOR ANTHROPOSOPHY
Edition: Number 28, Autumn 1978, The Anthroposophical Society of America, Inc.
Language
: English
Media: Digital

Journal with two articles about Michael Chekhov: "Michael Chekhov, in Memoriam" by Paul M. Allen and "'I Speak of Imagination', the Acting Method of Michael Chekhov" by Floyd Mcknight.

SLAVIC AND EAST EUROPEAN PERFORMANCE
Edition: Vol. 3 Number 2, Summer 1993
Language
: English
Media: Digital

Journal containing the article "Michael Chekhov's The Castle Awakens" by Mel Gordon, about a production of Michael Chekhov and Georgette Boner's company in Paris in 1931.

ENCOUNTER. Education of Meaning and Social Justice
Edition: Vol. 21 Number 3, Autumn 2008
Language
: English
Media: Digital

Magazine containing the article "Strengthening the Imagination Through Theatre. The Contributions of Michael Chekhov" byDiane Caracciolo, about her experiences with Michael Chekhov's pedagogy in training high school teachers.

ATMOSPHERE, SPACE, STASIS: Staging Pinter's Mountain Language and A Kind of Alaska using the techniques of Michael Chekhov
Author: Jonathan Pitches & Anthony Shrubsall
Language: English
Media: Digital

Article published in the journal Studies in Theatre Production about the authors' experiences sing the Michael Chekhov technique to direct two plays by Harold Pinter.

MICHAEL CHEKHOV ON THE TECHNIQUE OF ACTING: `WAS DON QUIXOTE TRUE TO LIFE?´
Author: Franc Chamberlain
Publisher
: Routledge, 2010
Language: English
Media: Digital

Article from the book Actor Training giving a general introduction to M.Chekhov's life and artistic vision, including some excercises.

MICHAEL CHEKHOV AND THE SEARCH FOR THE `IDEAL´ THEATRE
Author: Andrei Kirillov
Language
: English
Media: Digital

Keynote speech give at the "Theatre of the Future" symposium at Dartington Hall, U.K., in 2005.

STANISLAVSKI STUDIES, Issue #2
Author: Paul Fryer (Ed.)
Publisher
: The Stanislavski Centre, Rose Bruford College, 2011
Language: English
Media: Digital

Collection of articles, among them the essay  Stanislavsky and Michael Chekhov, by Liisa Byckling.

RADIATION AND THE TRANSMISSION OF ENERGY: FROM STANISLAVSKY TO MICHAEL CHEKHOV
Author: R. Andrew White
Publisher
: Performance and Spirituality No.1, 2009
Language: English
Media: Digital

Article discussing themes relating to the actor's creative process according to Stanislavsky and M. Chekhov.

ON RUDOLF STEINER'S IMPACT ON THE TRAINING OF THE ACTOR
Author: Neil Anderson
Publisher: Literature & Aesthetics No.21, 2011
Language:
English
Media: Digital

Article about the influence of  Steiner on the work of the actor in the 20th century, with emphasis on the artistic vision of Michael Chekhov.

THE ENGLISH THEATRE STUDIOS OF MICHAEL CHEKHOV AND MICHEL SAINT-DENIS 1935-1965
Author: Thomas Cornford
Language
: English
Media: Digital

Doctor's thesis tracing a fascinating parallel between the studios/schools created by Chekhov and Saint-Denis in England in the 1930's.

STANISLAVSKI'S DIRECTORS: MICHAEL CHEKHOV AND THE REVOLUTION IN LITHUANIAN THEATRE OF THE 1930'S
Author: Justina Kasponyte
Language: English
Media: Digital

Academic paper giving a detailed account of the years Michael Chekhov lived in Kaunas, Lithuania, directing the State Theatre.

THE GENEALOGY OF THE EMBODIED THEATRE PRACTICE OF SUZANNE BING AND MICHAEL CHEKHOV
Author: Cassandra Fleming
Language: English
Media: Digital

Master's thesis which analyzes and draws parallels between the pedagogies of Michael Chekhov and Suzanne Bing.

THE IMPORTANCE OF HOW: DIRECTING SHAKESPEARE WITH MICHAEL CHEKHOV'S TECHNIQUE
Author: Tom Cornford
Publisher
: John Hopkins University Press, 2012
Language: English
Media: Digital

Article in the journal Shakespeare Bulletin 30.4 about the experience of exploring the works of William Shakespeare through the Michael Chekhov technique.

THE TRAINING SESSIONS OF MICHAEL CHEKHOV
With: Felicity Mason
Publisher
: Arts Documentation Unit, 2004
Language: English
Media: DVD, video

Workshop with Felicity Mason, an actor who studied with M.Chekhov at Dartington Hall during the 1930's.

MICHAEL CHEKHOV'S PSYCHOLOGICAL GESTURE
With: Joanna Merlin
Publisher
: Arts Documentation Unit, 2001
Language: English
Media: DVD, video

Workshop with Joanna Merlin, President of MICHA and former pupil of Michael Chekhov, given at the Birmingham School of Music, England.

ACTOR TRAINING
With: David Zinder
Publisher
: Arts Documentation Unit, 2006
Language: English
Media: DVD, video

Workshop with David Zinder, MICHA faculty member based in Tel Aviv, Israel.

BEAUTIFUL HILLS OF BROOKLYN
Dir: Ragnar Freidank
Starring: Joanna Merlin

Producer: MICHA, 2008
Language
: English
Media: DVD
The story of an old inhabitant of Brooklyn
, starring Joanna Merlin (president of MICHA and former pupil of Michael Chekhov).

NOTES, MICHA - INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP AND FESTIVAL 2013, SOUTHAMPTION, USA
Author: Hugo Moss
Language
: English
Media: Photocopy

Session notes taken during the event.

NOTES, 2 + 2 = 8 MICHAEL CECHOV INCONTRA RUDOLF STEINER, 2013, BOLOGNA, ITALY
Author: Hugo Moss
Language
: Inglês
Media: Photocopy

Session notes taken during the event.

   
NOTES, MICHA - INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP AND FESTIVAL 2012, SOUTHAMPTION, USA
Author: Hugo Moss
Language
: English
Media: Photocopy

Session notes taken during the event.

 

NOTES, MICHA - TEACHER TRAINING WORKSHOP 2012, NEW YORK, USA
Author: Hugo Moss
Language
: English
Media: Photocopy

Session notes taken during the event.

 

TRANSCRIPTIONS, MICHA - ADVANCED TEACHER TRAINING WORKSHOP 2011, NEW YORK, USA
Author: Mary Molluso
Language
: English
Mídia: Digital

Transcriptions of classes given during the event, edited by MICHA.

 

TRANSCRIPTIONS, MICHA INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP AND FESTIVAL 2010, WINDSOR, CANADA
Author: Lionel Walsh, Davydd Cook
Language
: English
Media: Digital

Transcriptions of classes given during the event, edited by MICHA..

 

NOTES, MICHA - INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP AND FESTIVAL 2010, WINDSOR, CANADA
Author: Hugo Moss
Language
: English
Media: Photocopy

Session notes taken during the event.

 

NOTES, MICHA TEACHER TRAINING WORKSHOP,2010, GALWAY, IRELAND
Author: Lorcán Mannion et al.
Language
: English
Media: Digital

Notes and transcriptions of classes.

MICHA NEWSLETTERS, 2003-2014
Publisher
: MICHA The Michael Chekhov Association
Language: English
Media: Digital

Collection of MICHA's annual newsletters with workshop reports and various articles, including contributions by Michael Chekhov Brasil's Hugo Moss in the 2010 and 2013 editions.
(all newsletters available for download at the MICHA website)