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Barbara Braun Berliner Ensemble performs 'The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui' by Bertolt Brecht for first time at Tel Aviv's Cameri Theater, in German with Hebrew subtitles Alexandra Kilian Small and furious he stands there, the man who embodies Adolf
Richard Termine for The New York Times From left, Clifton Duncan, Ephraim Birney, Paul Juhn, Brooke Ishibashi, Jack Allen Greenfield and Taylor Mac, in Good Person of Szechwan. I hope all the Brecht-o-phobes out there haven't already stopped reading,
William "Kent" Brecht Wednesday morning with a walk out ceremony celebrating his 25 years with the department. Village officials, including the town's mayor and manager, fire and police personnel, and retirees all showed up for the event. Brecht was
Suggested Topics Under the rubric "singing in dark times", baritone Matthias Goerne presents songs from two eras of Hanns Eisler's life. Lieder With Piano are settings of Brecht poems written during his flight from Nazism, clutching a portable radio "
It is, one fears, a shark-eat-shark environment in The Same Deep Water as Me , the dark new comedy by the Olivier Award-winning playwright Nick Payne (of Constellations fame). Though in denial, Andrew (Daniel Mays) and his boss Barry (Nigel Lindsay)
From the revolution's very beginning in January 2011, western diplomats were keen to reduce the demands of the Egyptian revolution to a call for formal democracy. In doing this, western spokesmen and domestic elites ensured that more substantive
Requiem for Black Marie Finds Brecht Wanting Alex Fabozzi Requiem for Black Marie stars Megan Emery Gaffney, left, and Erin Mallon. Published: June 18, 2013 Brecht the exploiter: Thats the topic of Sara Farringtons Requiem for Black Marie, an
The violinist Monica Germino, accompanied by electronics, performed several works at the Austrian Cultural Forum. Recent Posts June 17 Reviews are mixed for the new musical King Kong,' which may be the next big-budget spectacle to arrive on
A listing of walking tours, film festivals, discussions and other cultural events in the New York area. The cast-iron building in SoHo where Donald Judd lived and worked has been restored and will be open to public tours, starting on Monday.
The oblivious entitlement of the elite is a cherished target for caricature. German dramatist Bertolt Brecht harpooned the arrogance of the privileged class ("well-born stinkers") in "The Caucasian Chalk Circle," his 1944 absurdist tale of exile,