From The Life of Courage by Johann Grimmelshausen

From THE LIFE OF COURAGE; THE NOTORIOUS THIEF, WHORE AND VAGABOND. By Johann Grimmelshausen   Johann Grimmelshausen’s THE LIFE OF COURAGE (first published in 1670) was the initial inspiration for …

TWELVE NOTES AND A BRIEF ESSAY BY BRECHT

Throughout the writing and subsequent mounting of MOTHER COURAGE, Brecht left behind a veritable archive of copious notes and essays on the meaning and manner of his great play. Here …

Note from Mother Courage and Her Children Director Brian Kulick

A POET IN EXILE   On February 28, 1933, the day after the infamous Reichstag Fire, Brecht left Germany along with his wife, Helen Weigel, and their son, Stefan. They …

An Interview with Orestia Director Jonathan Vandenberg

What attracts you to the Greeks and specifically THE ORESTEIA? In my work, I am always seeking a future theatre. For me, this is a universal theatre, capable of reaching …

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2017-2018 Season

In conjunction with Fiasco Theater’s TWELFTH NIGHT, directors Noah Brody and Ben Steinfeld join former New York Times Ethicist columnist Randy Cohen to discuss influences on their artistic and personal lives in an hour-long live taping of the popular interview show Person Place Thing.

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