PSYCHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF STANISLAVSKI'S THEORY OF THE PERFORMING ARTS “SYSTEM” AS IT THE FOUNDATION OF CINEMA

Prof. Dr. Sanjay S. Patil

Abstract


Theater is the only medium that has the ability to collectively stage all other arts. Arts like dance, music, painting, and sculpture amalgamated with theater. The play is the only art, which is considered to be an emotional form of human civilization and interaction. Theater brings thoughts to the general public. Promotes to respond. This theater teaches the common people to be emotionally organized.

Today the era of theater arts seems to be more influenced through cinema. Knowledge of cinema is covering over all the arts. Cinema has become a medium which seems to affect all dimensions of the personal, social and national, international level. Every part of life is seen touching. Reflections of various parts and themes of theatrical art appear in cinema. The history of theater has become the foundation of cinema. The fundamentals of theater have become the core elements of cinema. If all the artists of the cinema study drama and literature, then they can work more efficiently in the production of cinema. Here I would like to discuss the acting principles of theater. Discussions have been made in this regard about the Russian actor, analyst guide and theorists Konstantin Stanislavsky, who is the pioneer of acting theories, and especially of acting.

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