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by Stephen Unwin


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Stephen Unwin has directed over fifty professional theatre productions.

Stephen Unwin has directed over fifty professional theatre productions. Artistic Director of The Rose Theatre, Kingston, London, he was previously the Artistic Director of English Touring Theatre. His previous books include A Pocket Guide to 20th Century Drama, A Pocket Guide to Shake speare's Plays, A Pocket Guide to Ibsen, Chekhov & Strindberg and So You Want to be a Theatre Director?. Series: Plays and Playwrights.

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The book concludes with an examination of Brecht's legacy and a chronicle of his life and times. Written by experienced theatre director Stephen Unwin, this is the perfect companion to Brecht's plays and life for student and theatre practitioner alike.

A guide to all of Brecht's key plays that sets them in their historical, dramaturgical and political contexts Stephen Unwin provides a clear and readable guide to Brecht's plays that will prove invaluable to the student, teacher and theatre practitioner. Grouping and analysing plays chronologically according to their context, Unwin also considers Brecht's theory and looks at his impact and the legacy that he left

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A Guide to the Plays of Bertolt Brecht - Plays and Playwrights (Paperback). Stephen Unwin (author). A guide to all of Brecht's key plays that sets them in their historical, dramaturgical and political contexts Stephen Unwin provides a clear and readable guide to Brecht's plays that will prove invaluable to the student, teacher and theatre practitioner. Grouping and analysing plays chronologically according to their context, Unwin also considers Brecht's theory and looks at his impact and the legacy that he left.

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Stephen Unwin's A Guide to the Plays of Bertolt Brecht is an indispensable, comprehensive and highly readable companion to the dramatic work of this challenging and rewarding writer. Tell us if something is incorrect.

Автор: Unwin, Stephen Название: Guide to the plays of bertolt brecht Издательство: A & C Black .

Brecht and his actors employed photographs of rehearsals to make sure that each gestus was delivered with crystalline, almost cartoonish clarity, the playwright recording them in ‘model books’ that listed every single .

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The book concludes with an examination of Brecht's legacy and a chronicle of his life and times.

Stephen Unwin's A Guide to the Plays of Bertolt Brecht is an indispensable, comprehensive and highly readable companion to the dramatic work of this challenging and rewarding writer. Besides providing detailed accounts of nineteen key plays, it explores their context and Brecht's dramatic theory to equip readers with a rich understanding of how Brecht's work was shaped by his times and by his evolving thinking about the function of theatre.

Bertolt Brecht's work as a director, his critical and theoretical writing, and above all the remarkable plays that emerged from one of the most turbulent periods in history have had a profound and lasting influence on theatre. Central to theatre studies courses and whose plays are frequently revived on stage, Brecht is nevertheless perceived as a difficult writer. This companion is divided into two sections: the first seven chapters outline the tumultuous historical, cultural and theatrical context of Brecht's work. They explore his theatrical theory and provide an account of his approach to staging his plays which informs an understanding of how they work in practice. The second section provides an analysis of nineteen plays in six chronological groupings, each prefaced by a brief sketch of Brecht's life and theatrical development in that period. For each play, Stephen Unwin offers a synopsis, a critical commentary and an account of the work in performance. The book concludes with an examination of Brecht's legacy and a chronicle of his life and times.

Written by experienced theatre director Stephen Unwin, this is the perfect companion to Brecht's plays and life for student and theatre practitioner alike.


A Guide To The Plays Of Bertolt Brecht (Plays and Playwrights) download epub
Humanities
Author: Stephen Unwin
ISBN: 0413774163
Category: Other
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Methuen Drama (August 2, 2012)
Pages: 272 pages