Чеховские мотивы в пьесе Тенесси Уильямса "Трамвай ''Желание''"

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Worldwide recognition of A.P. Chekhov, as a playwright, occurred not only thanks to his innovative psychological-realistic method, but also thanks to performances of the Moscow Art Theater directed by K.S. Stanislavsky, which spectators of Europe and America could see during a forced foreign tour of the theater in the 1920s. This visit to Old and New Worlds caused a wave of dramatic imitations and exceptional interest in Stanislavsky system. It can be argued that Chekhov largely determined the development of theater in the twentieth century - both theatrical drama and performing art, requiring an actor to focus not only on a text, but on a subtext. Influence of his dramatic writing is especially noticeable in work of an American writer Tennessee Williams. This article is devoted to analysis of one of his plays - «A Streetcar Named Desire».
Original languageRussian
Pages (from-to)52-67
Issue number43
StatePublished - 2020


  • американская драматургия
  • драматургический метод
  • Станиславский
  • театр
  • Уильямс
  • чехов

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