A Lesson Plan for Bertolt Brecht’s Revisions
Chapter 4 provides a lesson plan for teaching Bertolt Brecht’s adaptation of the noh play Tanikō (The Valley Hurling) for his lehrstück or learning play Der Jasager with a score by Kurt Weill in 1930. When the play failed to meet Brecht’s pedagogical and political goals – when it failed to teach the right kind of submission and consent – he revised it at least twice and then asked that the versions be performed together, although they never have.
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