Method Acting: Harold Clurman, Cheryl Crawford And Lee Strasberg

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In 1931 there was three idealist named Harold Clurman, Cheryl Crawford and Lee Strasberg. They were inspired to change the American theatre. The Group theatre was based on an ensemble approach to acting. It was first seen in Moscow Art Theatre. They mostly focus on the cast they believe that if they had a relationship off stage it would show on stage. Based on a Russian man named Constantin Stanislavsky, Lee Strasberg created “method acting”. Method acting is a series of physical exercises. This exercise is supposed to break a wall of the actor’s life on and off stage. Its first production of Group theatre was “The House of Connelly”. Then one day Clifford Odets wrote a play called “Awake and Sing” the group had finally got there voice. His
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