Bertolt Brecht

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German dramatist and poet who developed a style of epic theater (1898-1956)

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When the record deal ended in 1968, members Donny and Charles renamed the band Three Penny Opera (named after the Berthold Brecht play) and continued touring on their reputation as a tight, live band.
Composed in 1929, with a libretto by Berthold Brecht, the opera Aufstieg und Fall der Stadt Mahagonny numbers among Kurt most important works for the stage, though as Jurgen Schebera has remarked, it may also be considered "the great antithesis of traditional opera.
To paraphrase playwright Berthold Brecht, we can say that "because things are the way they are, things will not stay the way they are.
Taller de Arte e Ideologia (TAl): SARA ALVAREZ, MIGUEL ANGEL ESQUIVEL, PORFIRIO CARDA, ALBERTO HJJAR, GONZALO LOPEZ, ALBERTO MARTINEZ, JOSE LUIS MEDRAANO, Liga de Cineclubes Berthold Brecht y RAQUEL BOLANOS (responsable de la publicacion)
Gena Turgel, who lived through the Holocaust, read an extract from her book I Light a Candle, while Seamus Heaney read a Berthold Brecht poem.
Asi, analiza las oposiciones establecidas entre vanguardias y naturalismo--Maurice Maeterlinck versus Alfred Jarry y Tristan Tzara--, las relaciones dialecticas entre Berthold Brecht y los clasicos o la influencia del existencialismo en una de las corrientes mas trascendentes del presente siglo, el teatro del absurdo, para terminar con un homenaje al teatro de Ramon del Valle-Inclan, ejemplo paradigmatico de mestizaje dentro del teatro espanol.
65); "Like Berthold Brecht in his epic theater, Hugo wants to alienate his readers from the sociopolitical order he depicts so that they will be more inclined to judge its tyranny and to engage in an intellectual and political struggle.
I taught them German songs, Negro spirituals and some of my own songs in the style of Hanns Eisler and Berthold Brecht, with overdone rhythms and discords.
Thus for no apparent reason in his summary he suddenly refers to Berthold Brecht and rather patronisingly applauds Richard for attempting to explain the Trinity even though he ultimately failed to do so.
Berthold Brecht ``has close-cropped hair, very deep-set eyes and a pale, scarred face: he dresses in loose grey clothes and felt slippers, like a convict prepared for electrocution.