Centre Pompidou Málaga - Museos de Málaga
Keuner (Geschichten vom Herrn Keuner)
"The Modern Theatre is the Epic Theatre" (1930)
"The Threepenny Lawsuit" ("Der Dreigroschenprozess") (written 1931; published 1932)
"The Book of Changes" (fragment also known as Me-Ti; written 1935–1939)
"The Street Scene" (written 1938; published 1950)
"The Popular and the Realistic" (written 1938; published 1958)
"Short Description of a New Technique of Acting which Produces an Alienation Effect" (written 1940; published 1951)
"A Short Organum for the Theatre" ("Kleines Organon für das Theater", written
1948; published 1949)
The Messingkauf Dialogues (Dialogue aus dem Messingkauf, published 1963) This page is based on the copyrighted Wikipedia Bertolt Brecht; it is used under the .
Museos de Málaga presents Centre Pompidou Málaga
Exploration of musical theater created in the last ten years, with consideration of works conceived as commercial vs. those produced in non-commercial venues or developmental readings. Texts include librettos, scripts, recordings, videotapes, published essays, and analyses. These multiple approaches to understanding scores incorporate questions of how best to access multi-genre work. Attendance at selected performances in and around New York City. Music reading ability is assumed. Permission of instructor required.
The so-called "Westend Berlin Scene" in the 1930 was an important influencing factor on Brecht, playing in a milieu around Ulmenallee in Westend with artists like Richard Strauss, Marlene Dietrich and Herbert Ihering.