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In The Technique Of Acting, Eyre also has a chapter on Method Acting. He spends most of this section talking about Strasberg and, as a result, he spends very little time on Stanislavsky, Chekhov, or Adler. And when he does address the authors he notes that they were using the technique before Strasberg arrived on the scene. He does mention Meyerhold and Stanislavski is often alluded to, but not always clearly.

Thus, in the chapter on Method Acting, Eyre also fails to cite his sources, making it easy for a teacher to read into this what they think it is and skip the chapter, or even miss completely that he has taken key ideas from these sources. No reference to Adler, Stanislavski, or Strindberg is noted, for example. However, he does provide an excellent insight into how he has used the authors concepts in his own method.

When examining the actions behind the quotes, Cannon is right in that our roles are different, some of them more difficult than others, and almost everyone experiences a different range of emotions and internal states in their lives. But, my point is that Stanislavski shouldnt be the only person that actors think of when attempting to understand how to become better at their art. Hagen, Adler, Jehlinger, and many others certainly have enough material to give us a glimpse into what they know and how they do it. What I do feel is there is also some discussion missing or perhaps more importantly, a lack of context.

The following question might be helpful. Is this all Stanislavski? I know that he was well respected, but is he the only father of acting? If so, then where and how did he come to be that way, and is there any information about this missing? That we need to know?


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