Item #87451 Jews and the Making of Modern German Theatre. Jeanette R. Malkin, Freddie Rokem.

Jews and the Making of Modern German Theatre.

Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2010. First Edition. Hardbound. Octavo in dust jacket, xii, 304 pp., b/w photos, works cites, contributors, index, minor staining at the open edge. Very Good. Item #87451
ISBN: 9781587298684

"Introduction: Break a Leg," by Malkin. Articles are "Reflections on Theatricality, Identity, and the Modern Jewish Experience," Steven E. Aschheim, "How 'Jewish' Was Theatre in Imperial Berlin?" Peter Jelavich, "Stagestruck: Jewish Attitudes 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 'Theater-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 Actrs on the German Expressionist Stage," 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," by Freddie Rokem.

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