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Artisen [promptbook]

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Watters, George Manker, 1892-1943


Reinhardt, Max, 1873-1943




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Max Reinhardt Promptbooks


Markings in black pencil, blue pencil, red pencil, purple pen, pink pencil, and blue pen. Markings are not extensive throughout promptbook. Almost no stage directions or sketches found. Most marks are underlines, crossouts, highlights, etc.
Includes supplement: Four pages with lyrics for "Brautlied,” no written markings; Sixteen note sheets with various extensive written notes dealing with a wide range of topics (music, technical directions, general notes, page-note key, etc.). This may be why there is lack of written notes in promptbook itself.


28.5cm x 21.5cm


May 1928, Berlin

June 9, 1928, Berlin
-Supporting materials (for all Berlin productions): Box 8 Folder 48: Photographs
Box 14 Folder 58: Programs; plays

November 10, 1928, Vienna

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Located in Binghamton University Libraries Special Collections
PT2635.E548 P75 v.146


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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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Watters, George Manker, 1892-1943, “Artisen [promptbook],” Digital Collections, accessed April 25, 2024,