Brecht on Theatre: The Development of an Aesthetic Character Descriptions

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Bertolt Brecht

This person was the author of this book and has, for several decades, been regarded by academics and theatre professionals alike as one of the most influential theatre practitioners and theorists not just of the twentieth century, but in all of history.

George Bernard Shaw

This person was an Irish theatre critic and playwright whose plays were produced in England in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, and is widely regarded as the second greatest English-speaking playwright after Shakespeare.

Kurt Weill

This person was a German composer who collaborated with a playwright on several successful productions, including the successful The Threepenny Opera.

Peter Lorre

This person was a publicly prominent and stylistically loyal theatre actor who eventually went on to substantial Hollywood fame playing eccentric villains in films like The Maltese Falcon and Casablanca.

Erwin Piscator

This person was a colleague and contemporary of the...

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