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Suggested Reading

Brecht, Bertolt. Brecht on Theatre. Trans. and ed. John Willett.New

       York: Hill and Wang, 1964. Print.

Brecht On Stage. Dir.  Amanda Willett. Open University/BBC, 1995.

       VHS. [Parts one and two available on YouTube]

Fisher, James. Rev. of Good Person of Setzuan, by Bertolt Brecht,

       adapted by Tony Kushner. Wings Theatre, New York City.

       Theatre Journal 52.1 (2000): 120-11. Project Muse. Web. 20

       Feb. 2011.

Fuegi, John. The Essential Brecht. Los Angeles: Hennessey &

       Ingalls, 1972. Print. 

Kuftinec, Sonja. "Staging the City with the Good People of New

       Haven." Theatre Journal 53.2 (2001): 197-222. Project Muse.

       Web. 20 Feb. 2011. 

Miles, Linda. "Split Subject Technique for a Feminist Good Person:

        A Dramaturgical Study." Theatre Topics 5.2 (1995): 151-166.

       Project Muse. Web. 20 Feb. 2011. 

Mumford, Meg. Bertolt Brecht. New York: Routledge, 2009. Print.

 ---. “’Dragging’ Brecht’s gestus onwards: a feminist challenge.”

       Bertolt Brecht:Centenary Essays. Ed. Steve Giles and  

       Rodney Livingstone. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1998. Print.

Thomson, Peter and Glendyr  Sacks, eds. The Cambridge

       Companion to Brecht. 2nd ed. Cambridge: Cambridge UP,

       2006. Print.

Theatre of War. Dir. John Walter. Perf. Meryl Streep, TonyKushner,

       Kevin Kline, George C. Wolfe, and Barbara Brecht-Schall.

       Lorber, 2008. Film.

Unwin, Stephen. A Guide to the Plays of Bertolt Brecht. London:

       Methuen, 2005. Print.

Watkins, Beth. "The Feminist Director in Rehearsal: An Education."

       Theatre Topics 15.2 (2005): 185-200. Project Muse. Web. 20

       Feb. 2011.

Weber, Carl. “Is there a use-value? Brecht on the American stage

       at the turn of the century.” Bertolt Brecht: Centenary Essays. 

       Ed. Steve Giles and Rodney Livingstone. Amsterdam: Rodopi,

       1998. Print.

 

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