Brecht on Brecht

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Brecht on Brecht is a collection of readings and enactments from the works of Bertolt Brecht, translated and compiled by Hungarian-born British writer George Tabori (1914-2007) [1]. Parts: male 4, female 3. First produced in New York in 1962. Published by Samuel French, 1967.

The original text

Translations and adaptations

Performance history in South Africa

1970: Presented by UCT Department of Speech and Drama under the direction of Robert Mohr at the Little Theatre (11-25 April) and at the H.B. Thom Theatre (4-6 June), with Melanie Ackland, Liz Dick, Dina Falkson, David Haynes, Peter Kenealy, Christopher Prophet, Lorna Robertson, Paul Slabolepszy and Annelisa Weiland.

Sources [2]

Legende van die Liefde theatre programme, announcement of forthcoming productions. 1970.

UCT theatre programme, 1970.

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