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Lysistrata : Komödie frei nach Aristophanes [promptbook]

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Reinhardt, Max, 1873-1943




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Book with note pages and markings throughout (Berlin: S. Fischer Verlag, 1906). All text in German. Many pages of book are loose, heavily marked throughout.
Black pen markings: August 8, 1911 / August 11, 1911 (Tutzing); Red pencil markings: November 24, 1916 (Berlin) / November 28, 1919 (Berlin); Blue/purple markings: September 19, 1919 (Leopoldskron); “Zur Eröffnung des großen Schauspielhauses”; Black pencil markings unspecified.
Includes stage sketches, cast notes. Many markings are symbols denoting stage directions for certain lines in the play with most notes in black pen. Extensive markings concerning the “Greise” with rewording and rewriting of Greise characters in choir.
Includes supplement folder which contains a copy of Lysistrata - Act I with text in English.


21cm x 17cm


June 1920, Berlin
-Supporting materials: Box 1 Folder 7: Photographs
Oversized mounted: 1, 5, 16

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Located in Binghamton University Libraries Special Collections
PT2635.E548P75 v.2


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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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Aristophanes, “Lysistrata : Komödie frei nach Aristophanes [promptbook],” Digital Collections, accessed July 25, 2024,