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The Jewish Kulturbund theatre company in Nazi Berlin

Rebecca Rovit

The Jewish Kulturbund theatre company in Nazi Berlin

by Rebecca Rovit

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Published by University of Iowa Press in Iowa City .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jews,
  • Jüdischer Kulturbund,
  • Intellectual life,
  • Jewish theater,
  • Ethnic relations,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementby Rebecca Rovit
    SeriesStudies in theatre history and culture
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN3035 .R68 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25206529M
    ISBN 101609381246
    ISBN 109781609381240
    LC Control Number2012004394

    Third Reich, The Prewar Years: Essays on Theatre in Nazi Germany, edited by Glen W. Gadberry, ‐ Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, * “An Artistic Mission in Nazi Berlin: The Jewish Kulturbund Theatre as Sanctuary.” Theatre Survey (). "Revealing the complex interplay between history and human lives under conditions of duress, Rebecca Rovit focuses on the eight-year odyssey of Berlin's Jewish Kulturbund Theatre. By examining why and how an all-Jewish repertory theatre could coexist with the Nazi regime.

    The Jewish Culture League was created in Berlin in June , the only organization in Nazi Germany in which Jews were not only allowed but encouraged to participate in music, both as performers and as audience members. Lily E. Hirsch's A Jewish Orchestra in Nazi Germany is the first book to. A Jewish Orchestra in Nazi Germany: Musical Politics and the Berlin Jewish Cultural League, Lily E. Hirsch (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, ), x + pp., hardcover $, paperback $, electronic version available.

    “The Jewish Kulturbund Theatre Company in Nazi Berlin” is a history of the effects of Nazi Germany’s anti-Semitic policies on Jewish theatre actors. The book reflects Rovit’s research, which focuses on the cultural heritage of the Holocaust and the role of the performing arts under duress. Choice is a top academic library journal. Research Interests - German and British theatre history, especially regional and national theatres, audiences and repertoires, issues of funding, censorship, and propaganda, inclu.


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Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa Press, xii + pages + 22 b/w illustrations. $Author: Corina L. Petrescu. In “The Jewish Kulturbund Theatre Company in Nazi Berlin,” Rovit, assistant professor of theatre, explores the effects of Adolf Hitler’s anti-Semitic policies on Jewish theatre actors.

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The Jewish Kulturbund theatre company in Nazi Berlin The chapter continues with a study of organ music and Jewish identity under the National Socialists in the s, with particular attention to the activities of the Judischer Kulturbund, and the contrasting organ works of Nadel, Siegfried.

A Theatre Within Nazi Germany: The Jewish Kulturbund. Beginning with the early years in Berlin just months after Adolf Hitler became German Chancellor, Jewish theatre artists and musicians were ousted from cultural venues in Germany. The Jewish Kulturbund Theatre Company in Nazi Berlin is a microhistory of an all-Jewish theatre company that coexisted with the Nazi regime.

My research relies on in-depth archival work, which, in combination with personal interviews of witness-artists, "interrogates" documented cultural.

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Rebecca Rovit. University of Iowa Press | W. Park Road | Kuhl House | Iowa City IA. This is the first book to appear in English about theatre from the entire Nazi period (). It is based on detailed statistical analysis, contemporary press reports, research in German archives and interviews with surviving playwrights, actors and musicians.

The volume has an extensive bibliography and is fully illustrated. It forms a much needed guide to this neglected area of European.When Hitler came to power, there were about 2, Jewish actors and theatre directors in Germany.

On April 1,an organized anti-Jewish boycott began and Jewish actors were ousted. These actors and the public reacted by forming the Juedischer Kulturbund (“Jewish Cultural League”).The Jewish Kulturbund Theatre Company in Nazi Berlin is a microhistory of an all-Jewish theatre company that coexisted with the Nazi regime.

My research relies on in-depth archival work, which, in combination with personal interviews of witness-artists, “interrogates” documented cultural .