Maxim Gorki

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Russian writer of plays and novels and short stories

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Maxim Gorki, Russian/Soviet author and political activist, is the figure celebrated in the first Grabschrift.
One needn't go to Berlin's Maxim Gorki Theater to see Lutz Hubner's Bank Play to understand the message sent to all by the scandal of Bankgesellschaft Berlin.
Johanna Schall's sold-out production of The Threepenny Opera at Berlin's Maxim Gorki Theater opens with a little girl sneaking on stage holding a toy ship.
However, his name was perhaps even more often thought of in connection with his work at the Maxim Gorki Theater on Unter den Linden.
One of pre-revolutionary Russia's famous poets, Maxim Gorki, suggested in an early drama that real power could well afford a humane face in the certain knowledge that it had the means to tighten its grip at any moment.
The stories go back to the day, circa 1906, when Maxim Gorki, having been thrown out of a local hotel, spent the night with the Seldes family in New Jersey; there's the time William Jennings Bryan, in his long underwear, threw Seldes, then a cub reporter, out of his hotel room; there are the discoveries about how Pittsburgh's commercial barons controlled not only the right-wing papers but the liberal as well.
Contract notice: Renovation of a school building stock (gdr panel type 5mp) located in the maxim gorki str.
The play is a Studio R production of Berlin's Maxim Gorki Theater and it's about a young man, a woman and an old man trapped in a flat during the protests.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- The Maxim Gorki Theater, a nexus for world music and collaborative international theatrical and literary projects in Berlin, was the host venue for two months of events commemorating the 100th anniversary of April 24, 1915, capped by a memorable concert featuring the renowned 86-year-old singer Onnik Dinkjian and his oudist son, Ara, along with an all-star Turkish band.