Konstantin Stanislavsky (1863–1938) was a Russian actor, director, and producer, as well as the founder of the Stanislavsky Method, the catalyst for method acting. He was also one of the founders of the Moscow Art Theater. Stanislavsky lived and worked in this house, an elegant 19th-century building with stunning painted ceilings, during the last 17 years of his life. The house has been kept as it was while he lived here, showcasing a small practice theater, the various
leather chairs he preferred, a few of his old theater costumes, and other memorabilia. The entrance to the museum is through the courtyard.
6 per. Leontyevsky, Moscow, 125009, Russia