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Mother Courage: Is about a woman and her three children surviving out of their wagon, seeing goods to make profit out of the 30 years war. Characters: - Mother Courage - Swiss Cheese

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Entertainment Arts Music 19th-century theatre Art movements Theatre practitioners Realism The Cherry Orchard Licht Theatre Konstantin Stanislavski Symbolism
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Characters: - Mother Courage - Swiss Cheese - Kattrin - Eilif - Yvette Pottier - Cook - Chaplin Context: - Bertolt Brecht, 1941 (first performance) - Germany - Post WW1 and Pre WW2 - Rise of Marxism and Socialism, Weimar years - Moved away from Stanislavsky’s Realism - educate his audience on current social issues (i.e war, capitalism, injustice etc) Form, Style and Techniques: - Epic Theatre WAS DIDACTIC (intended to teach, particularly in having moral instruction as an ulterior motive.) - Non-linear plot - narrations, songs, pre-signs (To spoil the suspense, anticipation and illusion) - 2D characters: to assist emotional detachment - discordant music and songs - Staging was non-realist and minimal 1 ___...
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