Stanislavski method

noun
Sta·ni·slav·ski method | \ˌsta-nə-ˈslaf-ski-, -ˈslav-, -ˈsläf-, -ˈsläv-\

Definition of Stanislavski method 

: a technique in acting by which an actor strives to empathize with the character being portrayed so as to effect a realistic interpretation

First Known Use of Stanislavski method

1941, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for Stanislavski method

Konstantin Stanislavsky

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