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

RSC Director in Residence Owen Horsley leads a class in a close examination of three Roman Plays.

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