Thursday, 30 June 2016

Le Vieil Homme written by Georges de Porto-Riche and produced at the Renaissance Theatre, Paris in January 1911

Several scenes from Le Vieil Homme (the five-act play of The Old Man, first published in 1911) written by the French playwright Georges de Porto-Riche (1849 - 1930) and produced at the Renaissance Theatre (théâtre de la Renaissance), Paris, in January 1911









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Tuesday, 28 June 2016

Blanchette (1892) written by Eugène Briex and produced at the Comédie-Française, Paris in1930

Some scene from Blanchette (first published in 1892) written by the French playwright Eugène Briex (1858-1932) and produced  at the Comédie-Française, Paris, in1930

The First Act
 
The Third Act

The Fourth Act









Brand (1865) written by Henrick Ibsen and produced in Moscow in 1906?

A scene from Brand (1865) written by the Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen (1828-1906) and performed probably under the direction of Nemirovich-Danchenko (1858 - 1943) at the Moscow Art Theater with Vasily KACHALOV as Brand and GERMANOVA in 1906

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Monday, 27 June 2016

Les Honnêtes Femmes written by Henri Becque and performed at the théâtre du Gymnase, Paris in November 1880

A scene from the tenth act of Les Honnêtes Femmes (first published in 1880) written by the French playwright Henri Becque (1837-1899) and performed at  the théâtre du Gymnase, Paris in November 1880


Sunday, 26 June 2016

La Parisienne (The Woman of Paris, 1885) written by Henri Becque and performed at Théâtre Antoine in 1904

A scene from La Parisienne (The Woman of Paris, first published in 1885) written by the French playwright Henri Becque (1837-1899) and performed at Théâtre Antoine in November 1904


Les Caprices de Marianne (1833) written by Alfred de Musset and performed at Comédie-Française in 1905

Scenes from the first and fourth acts of Les Caprices de Marianne (first published in 1833) written by the French playwright Alfred de Musset (1810-1857) and performed at Comédie-Française in 1905

The Fourth Act

The First Act


Friday, 24 June 2016

On ne badine pas avec l’amour (No Trifling with Love, first published in 1834) written by Alfred de Musset and produced at Comédie- Française in 1923

Stage-designs for On ne badine pas avec l’amour (No Trifling with Love, first published in 1834) written by the French playwright Alfred de Musset (1810 - 1857) and produced at Comédie- Française, Paris, in 1923




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Thursday, 23 June 2016

Stage-design by Prof. Baranovsky? for Spiegelmensch (Mirrorman, 1920) written by F. V. Werfel and directed by Arwin Kronaher? at the Altes Theater, Leipzig in 1921

Stage-design by Prof. Baranovsky? for Spiegelmensch (Mirrorman, first published in 1920) written by the German playwright Franz Viktor Werfel (1890-1945) and directed by Arwin Kronaher? at the Altes Theater, Leipzig in October 1921



Glaube und Heimat (1910) written by Karl Schönherr and produced at the Deutsches Volkstheater, Wien, in 1910

Some scenes from Glaube und Heimat (first published in 1910) written by the German playwright Karl Schönherr (1867-1943) and produced at the Deutsches Volkstheater, Wien, in December 1910





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Monday, 20 June 2016

Der grüne Kakadu (The Green Cockatoo, 1898) written by the German playwright Arthur Schnitzler and directed by Iden Payne at the Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama in 1926?

A scene of Der grüne Kakadu (The Green Cockatoo, first published in 1898) written by the German playwright Arthur Schnitzler (1862-1931) and directed by Iden Payne at the Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama in 1926?


 

Der grüne Kakadu (1898) written by Arthur Schnitzler for the persomance at Berlin around 1910

Stage design of Der grüne Kakadu (first published in 1898) written by the German playwright Arthur Schnitzler (1862-1931) for the performance at Berlin around 1910



Der Tor und der Tod (Death and the Fool, first published in 1893) written and drawn by Hugo von Hofmansthal in 1924

Illustrations for Der Tor und der Tod (Death and the Fool, first published in 1893) written and drawn by the German playwright Hugo von Hofmansthal (1874 - 1929) in 1924






Der Tor und der Tod (Death and the Fool, 1893) written by Hugo von Hofmansthal and performed at the Deutsches Theater, Berlin in 1908

A scene from Der Tor und der Tod (Death and the Fool, first published in 1893) written by the German playwright Hugo von Hofmansthal (1874-1929 ) and performed at the Deutsches Theater, Berlin in 1908


1908,03,30Berliner Aufführung von Der Tor und Tod in den Kammerspielen des ‚Deutschen Theaters‘ durch Max Reinhardt, Musik für die Geige des Todes von Eugen d’Albert

Saturday, 18 June 2016

Die Verbrecher (The Criminals, 1929) written by Ferdinand Bruckner and directed by Helmut Hilbert? at the Deutschen Theater, Berlin with the stage-design by Greeze? in 1931

Some scenes from Die Verbrecher (The Criminals, first published in 1929) written by the German playwright Ferdinand Bruckner (1891-1958) and directed by Helmut Hilbert? at the Deutschen Theater, Berlin with the stage designed by Greeze?  in 1931



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Friday, 17 June 2016

Erster Klasse (The First Class, first published in 1910) written by Ludwig Thoma (1867-1921) and directed Royd Heizer? at the Brandenburg Theater in 1910?

A scene from Erster Klasse (The First Class, first published in 1910) written by the German playwright Ludwig Thoma (1867-1921) and directed Royd Heizer? at the Brandenburg Theater in 1910?



Trommeln in der Nacht (Drums in the Night, 1919) written by Bertolt Brecht and produced at Münchner Kammerspiele under the direction of Otto Falckenberg with the stage-design by Otto Reinhart in 1922

Some scenes from Trommeln in der Nacht (Drums in the Night, comedy in five acts, 1919) written by the German playwright Bertolt Brecht (1898-1956) and produced at Münchner Kammerspiele under the direction of Otto Falckenberg (1873-1947) with the stage designed by Otto Reinhart, starring Erwin Faber in the role of Andreas Kragler, in September, 1922



Act II


Program for premiere of Bertolt Brecht's first produced play, Drums in the Night, Munich Kammerspiele, Sept 29, 1922.
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