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Why Marxist playwright Bertolt Brecht is theater’s hottest old name By Moira Herbst | Portside | September 7, 2014 The playwright, theorist and poet Bertolt Brecht is known worldwide as a giant of modern theater. But until recently, few theaters … finish reading :
THEATER | Brechtomania!
Radical art is an act of uncompromising passionate resistance. By Mark Karlin | Truthout | May 20, 2014 Marxian playwright Bertolt Brecht declared of revolutionary art: “Art is not a mirror held up to reality, but a hammer with which … finish reading :
VISUAL ARTS | ‘The Left Front: Radical Art in the Red Decade’
PETER WATKINS’ LA COMMUNE By Marc Estrin / The Rag Blog / March 29, 2010 The Paris Commune, that is — a citizens’ revolt against a royalist government, the organizing of that revolt, and the crushing of it by government … finish reading FILM / Peter Watkins’ ‘La Commune’ : A Conceptual Tour de Force
Bertolt Brecht, 1948. Photo from Deutsches Bundesarchiv / Wikimedia Commons.Of Poor B.B.:Bertolt Brecht speaks from the grave By Marc Estrin / The Rag Blog / February 11, 2010 [German playwright, poet, and theatrical director Bertolt Brecht was born on February … finish reading Marc Estrin : Happy Birthday, Bertolt Brecht