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Mind Map on Brecht, created by claudia_quek on 12/08/2013.

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1 1898-1956
1.1 Enter text here
2 1898-1956
2.1 Playwright
2.2 Poet
2.3 Practitioner
2.4 Director
3 What is Epic Theatre?
3.1 20th Century
3.2 Other contributors
3.2.1 Mayakovsky
3.2.2 Piscator
3.2.3 Meyerhold
3.3 Marxism
3.3.1 "Working class can rebuild society"
3.3.2 Emphasized struggles of lower class
3.3.3 Creation of classless society
3.4 German revolution
3.4.1 Dedicated himself to literary
4 Purpose of theatre
4.1 Provide entertainment and education
4.2 didactic
4.3 Enlightening to social problems
4.4 Appeal to conscience, not feelings
4.5 "Staring is not seeing"
4.5.1 Theatre should be reflective
4.6 Audience don't identify with characters
4.7 Episodic scenes
5 Techniques
5.1 Play
5.1.1 Scenes are random
5.1.1.1 interrupted with songs, dance, captions and gestures
5.1.1.1.1 Time for audience to think
5.1.2 Different point of views
5.1.2.1 Audience dragged out of realism
5.1.3 Scene introduced in advance
5.2 Actor
5.2.1 Narrators
5.2.2 Switched roles
5.2.3 Gestus
5.3 Stage
5.3.1 Costume changes on stage
5.3.2 White light
5.3.3 Projections
5.3.4 reuse props
5.4 Alienation effect
5.4.1 Techniques
5.4.1.1 Cations
5.4.1.2 Placards
5.4.1.3 Reported speech
5.4.1.4 Stage directions aloud
5.4.1.5 Exaggeration
5.4.1.6 Humor and focus
5.4.1.7 Tableaux
5.4.1.8 Monologue
5.4.1.9 Split scene
5.4.1.10 Cross cutting
5.4.1.11 Music
5.4.1.12 Dance
5.4.1.13 Narrator
5.4.1.13.1 Objective perspective
5.4.1.14 Characterisation
5.5 Audience
5.5.1 Get them involved
6 Key Ideas
6.1 Didacticism
6.1.1 instructive/ teaching a lesson
6.2 alienation
6.2.1 Separate actors from audience
6.3 Historification
6.3.1 Setting events in another place or time
7 Quotes
7.1 "you actors are seen as dealers in narcotic drugs"
7.2 “People are changed into kings, and perform heroic deeds without risk.”

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