By Mary Luckhurst
Within the first exhaustive heritage of the origins of dramaturgs and literary managers--people who act as advisers and play-doctors at state-of-the-art theatres, Mary Luckhurst examines the main theorists and practitioners, arguing that Brecht, Granville Barker and Tynan have important roles during this heritage. Contentious figures, usually accused of sinister reason, the numbers of dramaturgs have improved significantly within the final many years. This research inquires as to the political and cultural agendas in the back of this revolution, and even if dramaturgs are mentors or censors.
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Stern, History of Rehearsal, p. 139. See also, Tiffany Stern, Rehearsal from Shakespeare to Sheridan (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000). 66. Davies, Life of Garrick, I , 142–3. 23 2 Gotthold Lessing and the Hamburg Dramaturgy Lessing: the first official dramaturg Gotthold Ephraim Lessing (1729–81) was the world’s first officially appointed dramaturg. Though his appointment in Hamburg lasted only two years, from 1767 to 1769, and the venture that inspired it sank rather ignominiously, Lessing’s experimental work pioneered reforms of practice and theory throughout Germany.
John Rouse, Brecht and the West German Theatre (Ann Arbor: UMI Research Press, 1989) [Theatre and Dramatic Studies, no. 62], p. 3. 24. Volker Canaris, ‘Style and the Director’, trans. Claudia Rosoux, in The German Theatre, ed. Ronald Hayman (London: Oswald Wolf, 1975), pp. 250–1. 25. , What is Dramaturgy? (New York: Peter Lang, 1995) [American University Studies, series 26, vol. 20], which does not answer the question with particular clarity. 26. Rouse, Brecht and the West German Theatre, p. 3.
410. 28. Sosulski, ‘Trained Minds’. 29. PO, V , Stu¨cke 50, p. 215. 30. PO, V , Stu¨cke 80, p. 332. 31. PO, V , Stu¨cke 101–4, p. 410. 32. See J. G. Robertson’s table on p. 47 of Schiller After a Century (Edinburgh and London: Blackwood, 1905). 33. , Lessing – ein unpoetischer Dichter (Frankfurt and Bonn: Athena¨um, 1969), pp. 73–7 (p. 74). 34. See, for example, Paul Rilla’s Lessing und sein Zeitalter (Berlin: Aufbau Verlag, 1981), pp. 120–86, in which it is argued that Lessing wrote the Dramaturgie to further the bourgeois struggle for power.