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Halina Filipowicz, Michael Cherlin, Richard L. Rudolph
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Table Of Contents
Rethinking Drama and Theater in Austria and Central Europe; By and By We Shall Have an Enlightened Populace : Moral Optimism and the Fine Arts in Late-Eighteenth-Century Austria; Nestroy and his Naughty Children: A Plebeian Tradition in the Austrian Theater; Pantomime, Dance, Sprachskepsis, and Physical Culture in German and Austrian Modernism; Populism versus Elitism in Max Reinhardt's Austrian Productions of the 1920s; Taming a Transgressive National Hero: Tadeusz Kosciuszko and 19th-Century Polish Drama; Elfriede Jelinek's Nora Project; or, what Happens when Nora Meets the Capitalists; George Tabori's Return to the Danube, 1987-99; Thomas Bernhard's Heldenplatz: Artists and Societies beyond the Scandal; Pulling the Pants off History: Politics and Postmodernism in Thomas Bernhard's Eve of Retirement; Conflict and Cross-currents in Viennese Music; Vienna as a Center of Ballet Reform in the Late 18th Century; The Viennese Singspiel, Haydn, and Mozart; Displaying (Out)Rage: The Dilemma of Constancy in Mozart's Operas; Karl Goldmark's Operas during the Directorship of Gustav Mahler; A Break in the Scenic Traditions of the Vienna Court Opera: Alfred Roller and the Vienna Secession; Schoenberg's Music for the Theater
Michael Cherlin is Professor of Music Theory at the University of Minnesota. Halina Filipowicz is Professor of Slavic Literatures at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and Richard L. Rudolph is Professor Emeritus at the University of Minnesota.