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Scenes and songs from "Mann ist Mann" by Bertolt Brecht (1898-1956) : in English, in the Eric Bentley translation "A man is a man"

Author: Eric BentleyMichael ConradOlympia DukakisMaurice EdwardsNick HavingaAll authors
Publisher: Kent, Conn. : Creative Arts Television, [2002]
Series: Theatre in video.
Edition/Format:   eVideo : Clipart/images/graphics : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Eric Bentley -- historian, playwright, drama critic, and leading Brecht scholar -- introduces scenes from his translation of Berlolt Brecht's play-with-songs "Mann ist mann." Bentley also speaks of Brecht's ideas and theater devices, the origins of his political passions in post- World War One Europe, his failure to attract American audiences in the 1930's and his remarkable success later.
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Named Person: Eric Bentley; Bertolt Brecht; Eric Bentley; Bertolt Brecht
Material Type: Clipart/images/graphics, Internet resource, Videorecording
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File, Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Eric Bentley; Michael Conrad; Olympia Dukakis; Maurice Edwards; Nick Havinga; John Heffernan; Joseph Hurley; Clifford L James; Konrad Matthaei; Clair Roskam; Bertolt Brecht; Creative Arts Television (Firm); Camera Three Productions.
OCLC Number: 630564372
Notes: Includes an interview with Eric Bentley on Brecht's aesthetic and reputation.
Event notes: Filmed in 1962 for a television broadcast of Camera three.
Description: 1 online resource (1 streaming video (27 min.))
Series Title: Theatre in video.
Other Titles: Brecht :
Camera three (Television program)
Responsibility: produced by Clair Roskam.

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Eric Bentley -- historian, playwright, drama critic, and leading Brecht scholar -- introduces scenes from his translation of Berlolt Brecht's play-with-songs "Mann ist mann." Bentley also speaks of Brecht's ideas and theater devices, the origins of his political passions in post- World War One Europe, his failure to attract American audiences in the 1930's and his remarkable success later.

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