This is a clip from the 52 minute documentary - Vakhtangov and the Russian Theatre.
Vakhtangov eventually became one of the foremost directors of the Russian theatre in the early twentieth century until his early death in 1922 at the age of 39. Talented and enigmatic, his great achievement was the the synthesis of Stanislavsky's theories of acting and realism and Meyerhold's studied theatrically. This film by Michael Craig is the third in the series about Russian theatre in the early 20th century.The film is part of a series about the Russian Theatre of the early 20th century. Two other titles in the series include Meyerhold Theatre and the Russian Avant-garde and Stanislavsky and the Russian Theatre