Brecht


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

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At the very least, Brecht says, avoid putting your food in the trunk of your car.
Brecht intends to show the coolie as a victim caught in the gears of the merciless logic of class warfare.
Scholars in a number of disciplines describe how the thinking of German playwright and poet Bertolt Brecht (1898-1956) has impacted their field.
Brecht uses the legend to present the question of social ownership and the greed and selfishness of the capitalist society.
"The first one to propose a 'Historic Line of the Epic Theatre'", dating back to the Elizabethan era, "was Brecht himself" (258), but while other writers have explored German antecedents, none have previously considered who the early English Epic playwrights and performers might be.
Undoubtedly, the most positive aspect of his time in exile was his collaborative relationship with the German playwright and poet Bertolt Brecht. The two had met briefly in Germany in 1927; however, Georg Alexan, secretary for the Tribune fur freie Deutsche Literatur und Kunst in Amerika (The Platform for Free German Literature and Art in America), reintroduced Dessau to Brecht in 1942.
The play, translated and adapted by Giorgos Neofytou and directed by Minas Tigkilis, is one of Brecht's teaching plays.
So my interest in Brecht was connected with my idea of a better theatre, and not just for his plays.
But Brecht thought theatre should compel people to think, to act.
As scholarship of sixteenth- and seventeenth-century drama turned towards questions of politics in the 1980s and 1990s, many commentators turned to Bertolt Brecht for a theoretical vocabulary to describe a socially engaged theater of the early modern era.
Summary: Stage director Nagy Souraty and founder of Masrah al-Madina Nidal al-Achkar have collaborated on a unique project this winter -- together they have given Bertolt Brecht's "Mother Courage and Her Children" a makeover.
Actualites Eecrit par M'Barek Tafsi Theatre La piece Bou Ghaba, une transposition de [beaucoup moins que]MaEtre Puntila et son valet Matti[beaucoup plus grand que] de Bertolt Brecht, realisee il y a 24 ans par l'homme de theatre Mohamed Kaouiti, a refait surface mardi soir sous forme d'une publication parue aux editions du Centre international des etudes du spectacle, a l'occasion de la nouvelle saison theatrale.