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Meyerhold and His Set Designers


Marjorie Lawson Hoover

Contents: The Russian theater director Vsevolod Meyerhold (1874-1940), who has been much discussed as advocating «techniques» and «conscious» theater in antithesis to the Method director Stanislavsky, is here seen for the first time as collaborating with artists both before and after 1917 to found the modern «designer's» theater in drama and opera.