Today on Blogcritics
Home » Tag Archives: brecht

Tag Archives: brecht

Charlie Chaplin, ‘House of Cards,’ and Bertolt Brecht’s Alienation Effect

Bertolt Brecht

Brecht's Alienation Effect took a different course after Hitler's rise to power. Spacey’s political drama is less about politics than about cold-blooded personal ambition. Read More »

Music Review: Rob Derke & The NYJAZZ Quartet – ‘Blue Divide’


A jazz exploration of the relationship between form and content. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): Brecht and Weill’s ‘Threepenny Opera’ by Marvell Rep

Emma Rosenthal as Polly in the MARVELL REP production
of Brecht & Weill’s THE THREEPENNY OPERA playing at TBG Theatre, 312 West 36th Street, NYC from February 6 to 29, opening on February 12 at 8 PM.

Marvell Rep's ragged-edged but well-played and energetic New York production is well worth seeing. Read More »

Theatre Review (London): The Days of the Commune by Bertolt Brecht at the White Bear Theatre

A production whose ambition is to be applauded, and enjoyed. Read More »