GEORGE TABORI MEIN KAMPF PDF

Het kan zijn dat elementen ontbreken aan deze printversie. Regie: Horst Hawemann. Tabori, die een groot deel van zijn familie in de gaskamers van Auschwitz verloor, maakte van zijn gevoel voor humor een superieure vorm van overlevingskunst. Dat laatste blijkt alleen al uit de titel, die op een wel heel directe manier verwijst naar een boek waaraan de meeste mensen liever niet herinnerd worden. Zijn tragikomische alter ego in het stuk heet Schlomo Herzl, en ook die naam heeft iets provocerends.

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Hugh Rorrison Published on Thu 26 Jul His father sent him to Berlin to learn the hotel trade, and he was in the crowd when Hitler appeared on the chancellery balcony after his election victory: he thought that Hitler looked sad.

In he joined his brother Paul, a literary agent in London, where he translated press reports, mastered English, and acquired the name George.

In he went back to Budapest as a foreign correspondent. Eighty per cent of them were to perish in the Holocaust. Tabori had begun to write novels: Beneath the Stone , a thriller written in Jerusalem, Companions of the Left Hand , composed on the boat back from Egypt, and Original Sin, a psychological crime novel set in Cairo. These came to the attention of MGM, which in signed him as a scriptwriter.

A meeting with Bertolt Brecht in Hollywood in spurred a serious interest in theatre. In he left his wife and went to live with the Swedish film star Viveca Lindfors in New York, and became the adoptive father of her three children. Although not a communist, Tabori was blacklisted and unable to work in television and radio. He and Lindfors founded their own theatre company, the Strolling Players, for which she acted and he wrote, notably Brecht on Brecht in , a collage of writings which toured widely.

In , at the Brecht Congress in Berlin, Tabori attended rehearsals and performances by the Berliner Ensemble, the company Brecht had founded in , and would ever after pronounce its work the best he had ever seen. His play The Cannibals, about a group of concentration camp prisoners who eat one of their fellows, had been premiered in the US and in , to his surprise, it was produced in West Berlin. This prompted him to move to Germany and, at the age of 58, start a new life as a theatre director.

In Bremen in Tabori set up the Theaterlab, a close-knit, experimental group of actors who devised their own material. Hitler is living in a doss house in Vienna preparing for the art college entrance exam, and wily old Schlomo Herzl, a Jewish hawker who sells Bibles and Korans, tries to teach him manners.

When he is rejected, Schlomo advises him to go into politics. This deeply serious, utterly hilarious black farce was a runaway international success. Mr Jay, assisted by Goldberg, a concentration camp survivor, is rehearsing a montage of biblical scenes in Jerusalem. It is inspired satire, laced with Jewish and Christian polemics, sparkling wit and dazzlingly simple effects.

For Golgotha a stagehand brings on three crosses. Tabori knew no bitterness - wit, wisdom and tolerance were the hallmarks of his exploration of the relationship between Germany and the Jews in the 20th century, and he held no brief for Israel.

He often suggested that his penchant for joking in the face of disaster was an English trait, but it is just as likely to have come from the coffee houses of Budapest. Though he admired Brecht, his own bent was for open, not closed form. Whimsy was his mode, and he could switch from bathos to profundity in the twinkling of an eye.

He directed several plays at the Berliner Ensemble in the new millennium. At the Berlin Theatertreffen, the year-old raconteur kept an audience spellbound for 90 minutes, though he could hardly remember the names in his stories. Tabori is survived by Ursula, and his three adopted children.

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Hugh Rorrison Published on Thu 26 Jul His father sent him to Berlin to learn the hotel trade, and he was in the crowd when Hitler appeared on the chancellery balcony after his election victory: he thought that Hitler looked sad. In he joined his brother Paul, a literary agent in London, where he translated press reports, mastered English, and acquired the name George. In he went back to Budapest as a foreign correspondent. Eighty per cent of them were to perish in the Holocaust. Tabori had begun to write novels: Beneath the Stone , a thriller written in Jerusalem, Companions of the Left Hand , composed on the boat back from Egypt, and Original Sin, a psychological crime novel set in Cairo. These came to the attention of MGM, which in signed him as a scriptwriter.

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