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Encyclopedia > Max Reinhardt

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Encyclopedia: Max Reinhardt (283 words)
Disambiguation Max Reinhardt Max Reinhardt (born September 9, 1873 in Baden bei Wien; died October 31, 1943 in New York City) was an influential Austrian director and actor.
Max Reinhardt (born 30 November 1915 in Constantinople; died 19 November 2002 in Richmond-upon-Thames) was a prominent British publisher.
Max Reinhardt arrived at a time when the modern theater was booming with new ideas and ready to try new styles.
Reinhardt Max English (1432 words)
Reinhardt's reputation in international theater history is secured by the leading role he played in this transformation, as well as by his innovative use of new theater technology and his endless experimentation with theater spaces and locales, which together redefined traditional relationships between actor and audience
Eager to escape the gloom and doom of naturalism, Reinhardt in 1901 co-founded an avant-garde cabaret called "Schall und Rauch" (after an allusion by Goethe), which perceptively satirized the fads and fashions of current literary and theatrical practice and came to function as an experimental laboratory for the future director.
Reinhardt's reputation as a director was firmly established by 1905, with his epoch-making production of Shakespeare's "Midsummer Night's Dream", a play which became his perennial favorite.
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