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Bertolt Brecht is amongst the world’s most profound contributors to the theory and practice of theatre. His methods of collective experimentation and his unique framing of the theatrical event as a forum for aesthetic and political change continue to have a significant impact on the work of performance practitioners, critics and teachers alike. This is the first book to combine an overview of the key periods in Brecht's life and work, a clear explanation of his key theories, including the renowned ideas of Gestus and Verfremdung, and an in-depth analysis of Brecht's practical exercises and rehearsal methods.
208 pages; ISBN 9781134188055
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