Communications from the IBS
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Reinhard Müller (Hg.), Bettina Nir-Vered (Hg.), Olga Reznikova (Hg.), Irina Sherbakowa (Hg.),
Carola Neher: gefeiert auf der Bühne, gestorben im Gulag. Berlin: Lukas Verlag, October 2016. http://www.lukasverlag.com/programm/titel/432-carola-neher.html
Bertolt Brecht, Me-ti: Book of Interventions in the Flow of Things, trans. and edited by Antony Tatlow (London: Bloomsbury, July 2016) http://www.bloomsbury.com/us/bertolt-brechts-me-ti-9781472579164/
Questions about English-language performance rights of Brecht's plays? Click here for more details.
Drama Online is a new portal for Internet access to the works of major playwrights, including Bertolt Brecht in English translation. For information, see:
For the 40+ selections by Brecht:
Brecht's Works in English: A Bibliography
Check this new website with over 2900 entries if you are looking for Brecht's plays, poems, songs, stories, or essays in English translation: http://digicoll.library.wisc.edu/BrechtGuide/
The digital Brecht Yearbook, vols. 1-35 (1971-2010) / Das Brecht-Jahrbuch digital, Bd. 1-34 (1971-2009): http://digital.library.wisc.edu/1711.dl/German.BrechtYearbook
KURT WEILL FOUNDATION GRANT PROGRAM – Deadline 1 November
The Kurt Weill Foundation Grant Program awards financial support worldwide to not-for-profit organizations for performances of musical works by Kurt Weill and Marc Blitzstein, to individuals and not-for-profit organizations for scholarly research pertaining to Kurt Weill, Lotte Lenya, and Marc Blitzstein, and to not-for-profit organizations for relevant educational initiatives. For more information and guidelines, see: http://www.kwf.org/pages/grants-a-prizes.html
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