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Christine Olga Kiebuzinska Revolutionaries in the theater: Meyerhold, Brecht, and Witkiewicz (Theater and dramatic studies). ISBN 13: 9780835718509. Revolutionaries in the theater: Meyerhold, Brecht, and Witkiewicz (Theater and dramatic studies). Christine Olga Kiebuzinska.

Kiebuzinska, Christine Olga. Theater and dramatic studies ; no. 49. Notes. Bibliographic references. Bibliography: p. -176. 0835718506 (alk. paper).

And while still taught in theater studies, professors in theater arts are .

And while still taught in theater studies, professors in theater arts are practitioners and not necessarily scholars and don't usually publish. Christine Kiebuzinska is an Associate Professor of English at Virginia Polytechnical Institute.

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Home Browse Books Book details, The Theater of Meyerhold and Brecht. The Theater of Meyerhold and Brecht. By Katherine Bliss Eaton. Though Bertolt Brecht is the theater worker most closely associated with the "epic" style of theater that emerged in Germany in the 1920s, he naturally owed much to his predecessors and contemporaries. For Brecht as for other pioneers of the avant- garde theater of the time, the most important source of ideas and inspiration was probably engendered in the work of the Russian Vsevolod E. Meyerhold.

His scenic invention and use of cinematic techniques culminated in his 1926 staging of Gogol's The Government Inspector as well as reinterpretations of classics such as Pushkin's Queen of Spades.

Stanislaw Witkiewicz, ‘A Few Words about the Role of the Actor in the Theatre of Pure Form’, trans.

37. Stanislaw Witkiewicz, ‘A Few Words about the Role of the Actor in the Theatre of Pure Form’, trans. Daniel Gerould, Theatre Quarterly, vol. V, no. 18 (1975) pp. 94–5.

Meyerhold, Brecht, and Witkiewicz.

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2 So whereas the epic and the dramatic constitute separate genres in Aristotles Poetics, Brecht combined them to form his epic or non- Aristotelian theatre.

BRECHT S POLI TI CAL THEATRE: METHODS AND CONCEPTS Brecht dened political theatre in terms of form, not just content. He argued that new theatrical forms were needed to deal with modern socio-economic reality: Schon die Erfassung der neuen Stoffgebiete kostet eine neue dramatische und theatralische Form. So whereas the epic and the dramatic constitute separate genres in Aristotles Poetics, Brecht combined them to form his epic or non- Aristotelian theatre. Epic theatre requires its actors, like its spectators, to retain their critical and political awareness.

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Revolutionaries in the Theater: Meyerhold, Brecht and Witkiewicz (Theater and Dramatic Studies) download epub
Performing Arts
Author: Christine Kiebuzinska
ISBN: 0835720195
Category: Arts & Photography
Subcategory: Performing Arts
Language: English
Publisher: Umi Research Pr (June 1, 1988)