Table of contents for The Cambridge companion to Brecht / edited by Peter Thomson and Glendyr Sacks.

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A Brecht calendar Glendyr Sacks; Preface; Part I. Context and Life: 1. Brecht's Germany: 1898-1933 Eve Rosenhaft; 2. Brecht's Lives Peter Thomson; 3. Brecht and cabaret Oliver Double and Michael Wilson; Part II. The Plays: 4. Brecht's early plays Tony Meech; 5. The Threepenny Opera Stephen McNeff; 6. Brecht's clowns: Man is Man and after Joel Schechter; 7. Learning for a new society: the Lehrstück Roswitha Mueller; 8. The Good Person of Szechwan Christopher McCullough; 9. Mother Courage and Her Children Robert Leach; 10. Life of Galileo: between contemplation and the command to participate Catherine Turner; 11. The Caucasian Chalk Circle: the view from Europe Maria Shevtsova; Part III. Theories and Practices: 12. Brecht and the Berliner ensemble - the making of a model Carl Weber; 13. Revolutionising theatre: Brecht's reinvention of the dramaturgy Mary Luckhurst; 14. Key words in Brecht's theory and practice of theatre Peter Brooker; 15. Brecht's poetry Philip Thomson; 16. Brecht and music: theory and practice Kim H. Kowalke; 17. Brecht and stage design: the Bühnenbuildner and the Bühnenbauer Christopher Baugh; 18. Actors on Brecht Margaret Eddershaw; 19. Brecht and film Martin Brady; Bibliography.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Brecht, Bertolt, -- 1898-1956 -- Criticism and interpretation.