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Traumspiel [promptbook]

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Strindberg, August, 1849-1912


Reinhardt, Max, 1873-1943




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Max Reinhardt Promptbooks


Text in German and Swedish.
[Part I] Markings in black pen, black pencil, red pencil, blue pencil, and purple pen. Each page has two columns, one in German, one in Swedish. Markings are found throughout on both columns. All markings in German. Notes throughout, but not extensive. Few extensive written notes, not many staging directions or drawings throughout, usually just dialogue emphasis notes.
[Part II] Markings in purple pen, black pencil, and red pencil. Some extensive staging sketches/directions found scattered throughout. Extensive notes throughout, especially written, when compared to Pt. I.


28cm x 23cm


Part I: August 1, 1921, Salzburg; October 1, 1921, Stockholm; Part II: September 1, 1921, Salzburg.

Earlier version

Ett drömspel


Located in Binghamton University Libraries Special Collections
PT2635.E548P75 v.131


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Who is Max Reinhardt? The celebrated Austrian theater director Max Reinhardt, recognized in America primarily for his elaborate productions of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Franz Werfel’s The Eternal Road, and Karl Vollmoeller’s The Miracle, was born in 1873 at Baden near Vienna, Austria and died in New York City in… More

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Strindberg, August, 1849-1912, “Traumspiel [promptbook],” Digital Collections, accessed June 17, 2024,