Blätter der Piscatorbühne. Kollektiv. No. 8. Erwin Piscator, Carl Credè, Käthe Kollwitz.
Illustrated Publication of the Piscator-Bühne

Blätter der Piscatorbühne. Kollektiv. No. 8.

Berlin: [Kollektiv der Piscatorbühne], April, 1930. First edition. Käthe Kollwitz’s drawing on the title page. Illustrated throughout. 16 p. Paper yellowed due to aging. Leaves are torn at the gutter, and title page at the upper right edge. Trace of creases. Overall in very good condition.

Scarce brochure of the Piscator-Bühne, the avant-garde theater managed and directed by Erwin Piscator.

The present issue is dedicated to the three-act play by Carl Credè (1878–1952), “§218” (Frauen in Not), which was directed by Piscator and premiered in 1930 at the Piscator-Bühne.

Title illustration by Käthe Kollwitz, text illustrations by Kollwitz, Heinrich Zille, and “Link”. Texts by Felix Gasbarra, Carl Credè, and Paul Stein, quotations by Bert Brecht, Albert Einstein, Stefan Zweig, Alfred Kerr, and others.

Scarce, no copies in the US. Besides the German collections, we could trace only one copy in the British Library.

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Price: €1,000.00