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The director and the stage : from naturalism to Grotowski / Edward Braun.


New York : Holmes and Meier, [1982] .
ISBN 0841908001, 9780841908000, 084190801X

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Subjects Europe.
Geschichte 1860-1980.
Theater -- Europe -- History -- 19th century.
Theater -- Europe -- History -- 20th century.
Theater -- Production and direction.
Theater.
Theaterregisseur.
Theatrical producers and directors -- Europe.
Theatrical producers and directors.
Toneelregie.
Description 218 pages, [8] pages of plates : illustrations ; 22 cm
Copyright Date [1982]
©1982
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary Beginning with the triple impulses of Naturalism, symbolism and the grotesque, this guide concentrates on the most famous directors of this century - Stanislavski, Reinhardt, Graig, Meyerhold, Piscator, Brecht, Artuaud and Grotowski. More practical than theoretical, the author delineates how each director changed the tradition that came before him.
Contents The Meiningen theatre -- Antoine and the théâtre libre -- The symbolist theatre -- Alfred Jarry -- Stanislavsky and Chekhov -- Edward Gordon Craig -- Max Reinhardt in Germany and Austria -- Meyerhold, the first five years -- Meyerhold, theatre as propaganda -- Piscator in Berlin -- Brecht's formative years -- Artaud's theatre of cruelty -- Grotowski's laboratory theatre / [by Jennifer Kumiega].
Genre History.
Geographic Area Europe
Network Numbers (OCoLC)8195674
(OCoLC)ocm08195674
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Braun, Edward.
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