Mikhail Tchekhov et la philosophie religieuse en USSR dans les années 1920

Translated title of the contribution: Michael Chekhov and philosophy of religion in the Soviet Union in the 1920s

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Abstract

Michale Chekhov, the famous actor and head of the Second Art Theatre in Moscow was member of the Moscow Anthroposofical Society until it was closed in 1923. Even after that he continued confessing to his beliefs and using the Steiner Eurythmics in his rehearsals of Hamlet and studio work. His Steinerian work was in deep contrast with materialistic ideology, it inevitably lead to conflicts with authorities and to Chekhov's emigration to Berlin in 1928. He never returned to the USSR.
Original languageFrench
Title of host publicationDu spirituel au théatre et au cinema. La Revue Russe
EditorsMarie-Christine Autant-Mathieu
Number of pages14
Volume29
Place of PublicationParis
PublisherInstitut d' études slaves Paris
Publication date1 Oct 2007
Edition1
Pages101-114
Article number6
ISBN (Print)978-2-7204-0428-3
Publication statusPublished - 1 Oct 2007
MoE publication typeA3 Book chapter

Fields of Science

  • 6131 Theatre, dance, music, other performing arts
  • Moscow Art Theatre, Rudolf Steiner, Michael Chekhov's studios, Hamlet, Andrei Bely

Cite this

Byckling, L. I. (2007). Mikhail Tchekhov et la philosophie religieuse en USSR dans les années 1920. In M-C. Autant-Mathieu (Ed.), Du spirituel au théatre et au cinema. La Revue Russe (1 ed., Vol. 29, pp. 101-114). [6] Paris: Institut d' études slaves Paris.
Byckling, Liisa Irmeli. / Mikhail Tchekhov et la philosophie religieuse en USSR dans les années 1920. Du spirituel au théatre et au cinema. La Revue Russe. editor / Marie-Christine Autant-Mathieu. Vol. 29 1. ed. Paris : Institut d' études slaves Paris, 2007. pp. 101-114
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Mikhail Tchekhov et la philosophie religieuse en USSR dans les années 1920. / Byckling, Liisa Irmeli.

Du spirituel au théatre et au cinema. La Revue Russe. ed. / Marie-Christine Autant-Mathieu. Vol. 29 1. ed. Paris : Institut d' études slaves Paris, 2007. p. 101-114 6.

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