The Revolution in German Theatre 1900-1933
George Buchner trans Victor Price
Schiller edited William Witte
Bertolt Brecht trans & ed Marc Silberman
"I strongly wish that after their invention of the radio the bourgeoisie would make a further invention that enables us to fix for all time what the radio communicates Later generations would then have the ...
Bertolt Brecht trans John Willett
Along with Mother Courage, the character of Galileo is one of Brecht's greatest creations, immensely live, human and complex Unable to resist his appetite for scientific investigation, Galileo's heretical ...
Ernst Toller adapt Ashley Dukes
Nick Hern Books
Set largely in Nottingham in the early years of the 19th century, this depicts the suffering amongst the local weavers, caused by the introduction of mechanised looms - the 'machines' of the title. The resul...
Bertolt Brecht trans Desmon I Vesey
Peter Weiss trans Alexander Gross
2 Male 3 Female
This is a dramatic re-construction of the Frankfurt War Crimes trials, based on the actual evidence given concerning Auschwitz and the atrocities which happened there Relying solely and completely on the...
Bertolt Brecht ed Eric Bentley
Includes The Bloomers & The Snob & Paul Schippel & 1913 & The Fossil - with d/j
Arthur Schnitzler trans Eric Bentley
Samuel French Inc
5 Male 5 Female
Schnitzler's popular roundelay of love in old Vienna is told in ten interlocking scenes - two characters appear in each and one of these moves into the next to afford a link ... The soldier of the first s...
The complete collection of Büchner's plays in one volume Büchner was acknowledged by figures as divergent as Antonin Artaud and Bertolt Brecht to be the forefather of modern theatre. On his death at the age...
Reissue of this Methuen classic to tie in with a major new productionThe republic of Andorra is invaded by totalitarian forces. The populace capitulates to the anti-Semitism of the aggressor and betrays Andr...
Pub 1982 - trans Charles Osborne - includes Anatol & Love Games
The foremost dramatist of German classicism wrote The Robbers, his first play, in 1781; in the trilogy Wallenstein, written nineteen years later, Schiller tried to combine the strengths of Sophocles, Shakesp...
Friedrich Durrenmatt trans James Kirkup
Samuel French Ltd
The scene is a madhouse and the focus is on three inmates who are nuclear physicists. One thinks he is Newton and another, Einstein. The third has visitations from Solomon. They appear to be nice, likeable l...
Frank Wedekind trans Stephen Spender
Georg Buchner & Gerhart Hauptmann & Bertolt Brecht
Rare First English Edition - published 1927
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