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Discuss ways in which Richard Schechner's 'Performance Theory' may be of use to contemporary practitioners. Illustrate your answer with reference to at least one dance or theatre performance which you have seen 'live'.
Bertolt Brecht (1898-1956) was a German poet, playwright and theatre director. This project will look at the development of Brecht's playwriting over time in response to the socio-political changes in Berlin, by evaluating Brecht's work in the three periods of different political environments that Brecht was exposed to in Berlin (see figure 1).
These should reveal how historical context and political stance shaped his work. Some reference will be made to the plays mentioned in figure 1, due to their content and the different times in which they were written. Academic and contemporary responses mentioned in this project were mostly acquired at the Brecht Haus archive in Berlin on 14th February 2008.
Compare how Willy Russell portrays the two mothers in "Blood Brothers". Blood Brothers is a popular play by Willy Russell. It was written and first performed in 1981. The play tells of twin brothers, separated at birth, with one kept in a low-class family and the other is adopted into a wealthy family. The characters of Mrs Johnston and Mrs Lyons, the mothers, are total opposites.
Mrs Johnston is a struggling, single mother of seven, with another two on the way, whereas Mrs Lyons is a privileged, yet childless, married woman.When we are first introduced to Mrs Johnston, she is a single mother ever since her husband left her for a younger woman. She is a low - class Liverpudlian, who is extremely hardworking. Mrs Johnston is described as a woman in her thirties, but looks sixty, because of the stress of work and her children.
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