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Introducing Stanislavski

A Brief Guide for A Level


Open the 'door to creativity' with this fantastic guide


A series of worksheets and exercises which introduce Stanislavski’s ‘system’ in 10 developmental stages. The structured layout creates a clear line of progress in understanding and applying Stanislavksi’s influence as a theatre practitioner.

By referring to the key concepts in the worksheets provided, students fulfil the requirement to demonstrate their understanding in their written notes.

  • Packed with practical exercises to develop students’ performance skills
  • Includes biography and glossary of Stanislavski-specific terms

Great for the following A Level Units: AQA Unit DRAM2, Edexcel Unit 1 & WJEC Unit DA1

'A superb resource, highly relevant for those choosing to study Stanislavski for Advanced Higehr Drama as well as closely following the unit specifications for AQA/EDEXCEL. Having spent the last 3 years teaching Stanislavski as a practitioner I would most definitely use this resource and recommend it to colleagues.'
KA Cairns, Advanced Higher Drama and Independet Reviewer

'I really like it! Perfectly accessible and works well for both teachers & students. The content is excellent, detailed and well presented. The exercises would fit well into any scheme of work.'
E Tinniswood, Drama Teacher and Independent Reviewer

'Useful for teachers and a big help for students trying to understand these complex ideas. The layout is very clear and the information accessible. If I was sitting planning a short course introduction to Stanislavski I would need to look no further. A very useful piece supporting good practice in busy times.'
G Jones, AST, former Head of Drama and Independet Reviewer