International Theatrical Educational Programs: Moscow Art Theatre School Experience

Elena Viktorovna Burdenko, Irina Artsis, Natalia Ilyushchenko

Abstract


This paper presents research results regarding the creation, development, and implementation of the international theatrical educational programs organized by the Moscow Art Theatre School together with leading American universities: the first program carried out together with the Eugene O'Neill Theatre Centre; the first international Master's theatre program carried out together with Carnegie Mellon University; the international Master's theatre program, which is currently being carried out together with the American Repertory Theatre at Harvard University, and the short-term international theatrical educational program carried out together with Wayne State University in Detroit (Michigan). The results confirm the necessity of carrying out international theatrical educational programs for training foreign students which are facilitated by the ongoing rise in global student mobility.


Keywords


Education, International Programs, Mobility, Moscow Art Theatre School, Stanislavsky's System

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