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Jews and the making of modern German theatre / edited by Jeanette R. Malkin and Freddie Rokem.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: PN2653 .J48 2010

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    Series
    Studies in theatre history and culture
    Studies in theatre history and culture.
    Format
    Book
    Published
    Iowa City : University of Iowa Press, [2010]
    ©2010
    Locale
    Germany
    Contents
    Introduction: break a leg! / Jeanette R. Malkin
    Reflections on theatricality, identity and the modern Jewish experience / Steven E. Aschheim
    How "Jewish" was theatre in imperial Berlin? / Peter Jelavich
    - Stagestruck: Jewish attitudes to the theatre in Wilhelmine Germany / Anat Feinberg
    Yiddish theatre and its impact on the German and Austrian stage / Delphine Bechtel
    German and Jewish "theatromania": Theodor Lessing's Theatre-Seele between Goethe and Kafka / Bernhard Greiner
    Arnold Zweig and the critics: reconsidering the Jewish "contribution" to German theatre / Peter W. Marx
    Jewish cabaret artists before 1933 / Hans-Peter Bayerdörfer
    Transforming in public: Jewish actors on the German expressionist stage / Jeanette R. Malkin
    The shaping of the Ostjude: Alexander Granach and Shimon Finkel in Berlin / Shelly Zer-Zion
    Max Reinhardt between Yiddish theatre and the Salzburg Festival / Lisa Silverman
    Theatre as festive play: Max Reinhardt's productions of The merchant of Venice / Erika Fischer-Lichte
    The unknown Leopold Jessner: German theatre and Jewish identity / Anat Feinberg
    Epilogue.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Malkin, Jeanette R.
    Rokem, Freddie, 1945-
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    Introduction: break a leg! / Jeanette R. Malkin -- Reflections on theatricality, identity and the modern Jewish experience / Steven E. Aschheim -- How "Jewish" was theatre in imperial Berlin? / Peter Jelavich --- Stagestruck: Jewish attitudes to the theatre in Wilhelmine Germany / Anat Feinberg -- Yiddish theatre and its impact on the German and Austrian stage / Delphine Bechtel -- German and Jewish "theatromania": Theodor Lessing's Theatre-Seele between Goethe and Kafka / Bernhard Greiner -- Arnold Zweig and the critics: reconsidering the Jewish "contribution" to German theatre / Peter W. Marx -- Jewish cabaret artists before 1933 / Hans-Peter Bayerdörfer -- Transforming in public: Jewish actors on the German expressionist stage / Jeanette R. Malkin -- The shaping of the Ostjude: Alexander Granach and Shimon Finkel in Berlin / Shelly Zer-Zion -- Max Reinhardt between Yiddish theatre and the Salzburg Festival / Lisa Silverman -- Theatre as festive play: Max Reinhardt's productions of The merchant of Venice / Erika Fischer-Lichte -- The unknown Leopold Jessner: German theatre and Jewish identity / Anat Feinberg -- Epilogue.

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    Language
    English
    ISBN
    9781587298684
    1587298686
    Physical Description
    x, 304 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.

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