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piscator

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(Angling) formal a fisherman; an angler
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The longtime director paid tribute to eminent theater directors such as Max Reinhardt, Erwin Piscator and Benno Besson, who had already combined styles, adapted novels and used film in their stagings at the VolksbE-hne.
Authored by Rolf Hochhuth, an unknown 31-year-old playwright who had belonged to the Hitler Youth, the play was brought to the stage by its legendary and by then elderly Jewish director, Erwin Piscator, and Leo Kerz, a Jewish refugee and The Deputy's costume and set designer.
Je pense a un des premiers artisans de cette maniere de faire, Erwin Piscator, l'auteur du livre-maitre, [beaucoup moins que] Le theatre politique [beaucoup plus grand que].
The video installation, Gustav Metzger as Erwin Piscator, Gera, January 1915, was displayed in the first room of the gallery, and the sound piece, Abdomen (both 2014), was installed so that one could hear both works throughout the space.
She attended a Roman Catholic girls school and came to New York to study acting in 1944 with Erwin Piscator at the Dramatic Workshop of the New School for Social Research.
He borrowed extensively from the conventions of both Erwin Piscator (1893-1966) and Brecht, but at the same time he was careful to contextualize their influence for the Indian audience.
Fur sie zeugen die 215 Briefe, die Eisler zwischen 1938 und 1943 an Adorno, Rudolf Kolisch, Erwin Piscator und auch an seine zweite Ehefrau, Louise (,Lou') Eisler, geb.
Apunta Ortiz Bulle que el Teatro de Ahora asimilo creativamente las propuestas de Erwin Piscator (1893-1966), quien participo en el movimiento dadaista de Berlin (1919) y fue un dramaturgo comunista convencido del valor del teatro politico-pedagogico, ademas de que renovo radicalmente la representacion escenica.
In Der Medienpraktiker Bertolt Brecht, she undertakes a detailed recontextualization of three sets of texts from the late 1920s: the only interview that Brecht is known to have given to a German newspaper or journal, three radio conversations, and two discussions between Brecht, Erwin Piscator, and Fritz Sternberg on Trommeln in der Nacht.
No olvide que, en el fondo, fui alumno de Erwin Piscator y cuando voy al teatro me gusta que me hablen de lo que sucede a mi alrededor desde el punto de vista politico, social, etico, etcetera, de lo que ha sucedido antes, que ha hecho posible el presente en el cual me encuentro, y tambien que se me de alguna posibilidad de un mejor futuro.
Indeed, the Living Theater's use of techniques developed in the 1920s and 1930s by Erwin Piscator and Bertolt Brecht in Epic Theatre and Antonin Artaud in the Theatre of Cruelty was revolutionary and changed American theatre forever.
The award was named in honor of German director/producer Erwin Piscator for his legacy of political theatre.