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Leopold Jessner - Intendant Der Republik: Der Weg Eines Deutsch-Judischen Regisseurs Aus Ostpreussen by Matthias Heilmann - Hardcover
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Leopold Jessner - Intendant Der Republik: Der Weg Eines Deutsch-Judischen Regisseurs Aus Ostpreussen by Matthias Heilmann - Hardcover

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9783484660472
Book Language
German
Publisher
Walter de Gruyter
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Leopold Jessner (1878-1945) was the first German director to display an explicit commitment to political theatre. As of 1919 he was in charge of the biggest theatre in the Weimar Republic, the Staatstheater Berlin. The Jewish socialist put paid to the Wilhelmine artistic spirit prevalent at the time and gave the democratic epoch a new profile. Among conservatives this aroused greater enmity ...

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    Category Type
    Classic
    ISBN
    9783484660472
    Book Language
    German
    Language of the text
    German
    Category Type
    Classic
    ISBN
    9783484660472
    Book Language
    German
    Language of the text
    German
    Publisher
    Walter de Gruyter
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    2724440925423
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    Author
    Matthias Heilmann
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    Hardcover
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    Description:

    Leopold Jessner (1878-1945) was the first German director to display an explicit commitment to political theatre. As of 1919 he was in charge of the biggest theatre in the Weimar Republic, the Staatstheater Berlin. The Jewish socialist put paid to the Wilhelmine artistic spirit prevalent at the

    Leopold Jessner (1878-1945) was the first German director to display an explicit commitment to political theatre. As of 1919 he was in charge of the biggest theatre in the Weimar Republic, the Staatstheater Berlin. The Jewish socialist put paid to the Wilhelmine artistic spirit prevalent at the time and gave the democratic epoch a new profile. Among conservatives this aroused greater enmity than they felt for many of the politicians taking a similar stance. Jessner's specific use of the stage and his terse, objective style of direction initiated the development of German Regietheater even before the arrival of Piscator and Brecht. Jessner's work also reflects the division of the Republic. His resignation in 1930 was a symptomatic case of the ousting of Jews from German cultural life.

    Product Features:
    • Category: Classic
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Language of Text: German
    • Author(s): Matthias Heilmann
    • Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
    • ISBN: 9783484660472
    • Number of Pages: 454
    • Dimensions: 9.21 x 6.14 x 1 inches
 

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