Dr Cass Fleming and Dr Tom Cornford with contributing authors, Michael Chekhov Technique in the Twenty First Century: New Pathways, Bloomsbury Methuen Drama. Forthcoming 2018.

The Great Directors, Volume 3: Copeau, Komisarjevsky and Guthrie, Bloomsbury Methuen Drama. Section on Jacques Copeau. Written with Professor Mark Evans. Forthcoming 2018.

Genealogies of Performer Training, anthology edited by Dr Cass Fleming. Is currently in development with Bloomsbury Methuen Drama. 

A forthcoming monograph on the work of Suzanne Bing is also in development. 



The Michael Chekhov Centre UK Past, Present and Future: An Inter-Generational Dialogue,' an edited selection of interviews with Sarah Kane, Graham Dixon and Martin Sharp by Cass Fleming, Sinéad Rushe, Tom Cornford in Franc Chamberlain and Andrey Kirillov (eds), 'Michael Chekhov in the C21st: New Sources, New Contexts, New Perspectives,' Theatre, Dance and Performance Training, Special Issue 4.2, Routledge, 2013.

‘Review of the Dance Ethnography Forum’ Held at De Montfort University, 2003 The Society for Dance Research Newsletter, July 2003, editor Dr Stacey Prickett, Roehampton University of Surrey. 



'Chekhov's Embodied Play', University of Kent, Post-Graduate Research Event, 2016

 ‘Genealogies of Actor Training: The Work of Suzanne Bing’, Queen Mary, University of London, Research Quorum, 2014

‘Michael Chekhov’s Embodied Play Methodology’, Goldsmiths Research Event, University of London, 2009

‘Michael Chekhov’s Play Methodology’, De Montfort University, Post-Graduate Research Event, 2009


Cassandra Fleming, 2013. A genealogy of the embodied theatre practices of Suzanne Bing and Michael Chekhov: the use of play in actor training. Available at:;sequence=1