“Like a gardener who is weaving ivy round a trellis, I train the ivy of the actors round the trellis of the play.”
Bella Merlin leads a rehearsal of a scene from Emily Mann’s Mrs Packard using Konstantin Stanislavsky’s Active Analysis technique. Merlin guides the actors through a few simple steps which include reading, discussion and improvisation, and intertwines the line of thought and the line of action to create the world of the play.
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