Brecht on Science
Chronology of His Life and Work
Premiere of Each Version
Other Notable Productions
Primary and Secondary Sources
The Modern Theatre is the Epic Theatre
A Short Organum for the Theatre
Foreward c. 1939/Foreward c. WWII
Unvarnished Picture of a New Age
Praise or Condemnation of Galileo?
Prologue to the American Production
Epilogue of the Scientists
A Hippocratic Oath for Scientists
Notes on Individual Scenes
Life of Galileo: between contemplation and the command to participate
The Mirror, the Beaker and the Touchstone, or, What Can Literature Do for Science?
Science, Conscience, and Bombs
Critique of Impure Reason II: Sin, Science, and Society
Science and War/Science, Technology, and War
From "Brecht on Theater: The Development of an Aesthetic"
From "Life of Galileo"
Other Relevant Quotes
Berliner Ensemble 1957
Teatro Piccolo di Milano 1963
People's Art Theater 1979
National Theatre 1980
National Theatre 2006
Cleveland Playhouse 2011
Classic Stage Company 2012
Italy in the Early 17th Century
Diagrams, Models & Instruments
Brueghel's Peasant Scenes
Life of Galileo
"For art to be unpolitical means only to ally itself with the ruling group." - Brecht
Corollary: For science to be unpolitical means only to ally itself with the ruling group.
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