Bertolt Brecht and Epic Theatre
Bertolt Brecht was a highly influential figure in the theatrical world. He opposed the aesthetic theatre, believing that the audience must take on a critical and intelligent role, making judgement upon the issues raised in the performance. To achieve this he introduced the "Alienation Effect" where he detaches the audience from feeling identification towards the characters. Many of his ideas were maintained and are now commonly used in modern theatre.
Brecht uncovered "Epic Theatre", a didactic type of theatre that confronts the audience using different entertaining techniques. Brecht wa…
- "THE BIRTH OF A NATION": An Epic Silent Film Sterotyping Black Americans and the Deep South.
- An essay on the history of Greek Theatre, what types of plays they did, where they took place, etc.
- Bertolt Brecht and Epic Theatre
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