Sunday, 5 June 2016

L'Oiseau bleu (The Blue Bird) by Marie Bernard Maeterlinck (1862-1949) and first staged by Constantin Stanislavski at the Moscow Art Theatre in 1908

Some characters in L'Oiseau bleu (The Blue Bird) written by the Belgian playwright  Marie Bernard Maeterlinck (1862-1949) and first staged by Constantin Stanislavski at the  Moscow Art Theatre in 1908

Maria Germanova and other actors of the Moscow Arts Theatre, in The Blue Bird by Maurice Maeterlinck (1908). S):


‘Water’ played by L. M. Koreneva, from Stanislavski’s production of Maeterlinck’s ‘The Bluebird’ , Moscow Art Theatre , 1908:
Water played by L. M. Koreneva


The night The Blue Bird (Maurice Maeterlinck) Moscow Art Theatre 1908:
The night

baranovskaya as light & margarita savitskaya as fairy.  l'oiseau bleu (the blue bird) is a 1908 play by belgian author maurice maeterlinck. it premiered on 30 september 1908 directed by konstantin stanislavski's at his moscow art theatre.:
Baranovskaya as light & Margarita savitskaya as fairy



cesbaisersinfinis:  Promotional still from a performance of The Blue Bird, directed by Constantin Stanislavski for Moscow’s Art Theatre in 1908.:
Germanova as the Witch in The Blue Bird

1908: Costumes for “The Blue Bird” at Moscow Art Theatre:


Maurice Maeterlinck’s The Blue Bird at the Moscow Art Theatre in 1908, directed by Konstantin Stanislavski:



Maurice Maeterlinck’s The Blue Bird at the Moscow Art Theatre in 1908, directed by Konstantin Stanislavski:
The Blue Bird, 1908

baliev as bread.  l'oiseau bleu (the blue bird) is a 1908 play by belgian author maurice maeterlinck. it premiered on 30 september 1908 directed by konstantin stanislavski's at his moscow art theatre.:
Baliev as bread,  l'oiseau bleu (the blue bird) 


novoselsky as elm tree. l'oiseau bleu (the blue bird) is a 1908 play by belgian author maurice maeterlinck. it premiered on 30 september 1908 directed by konstantin stanislavski's at his moscow art theatre.:
Novoselsky as elm tree. l'oiseau bleu (the blue bird)

 

Mytyl (Alisa Koonen) and Tyltyl (Sofya Halyutina)



 

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