Teo Otto

Teo Otto (1904–1968) was a Swiss stage designer.[1] He trained in Kassel and Paris and in 1926 taught at the Bauhaus in Weimar.[2] In 1928 he became an assistant at the Berlin Staatsoper.[2] Following the Nazis' seizure of power in Germany, he returned to Switzerland where he was resident designer at the Zürich Schauspielhaus for 25 years.[2]

Theatre designsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Banham (1998, 830).
  2. ^ a b c Baugh (1994, 252).
  3. ^ Baugh (1994, 240) and Willett (1997, xv).
  4. ^ Needle and Thomson (1981, 143-144).
  5. ^ a b c Willett (1967, 51).
  6. ^ Willett (1967, 47).
  7. ^ Willett (1967, 52).
  8. ^ Willett (1967, 48).
  9. ^ Willett (1967, 54).

SourcesEdit

  • Banham, Martin, ed. 1998. The Cambridge Guide to Theatre. Cambridge: Cambridge UP. ISBN 0-521-43437-8.
  • Baugh, Christopher. 1994. "Brecht and Stage Design: the Bühnenbildner and the Bühnenbauer." In Thomson and Sacks (1994, 235-253).
  • Needle, Jan and Peter Thomson. 1981. Brecht. Chicago: U of Chicago P; Oxford: Basil Blackwell. ISBN 0-226-57022-3.
  • Thomson, Peter and Glendyr Sacks, eds. 1994. The Cambridge Companion to Brecht. Cambridge Companions to Literature Ser. Cambridge: Cambridge UP. ISBN 0-521-41446-6.
  • Willett, John. 1967. The Theatre of Bertolt Brecht: A Study from Eight Aspects. Third rev. ed. London: Methuen, 1977. ISBN 0-413-34360-X.
  • ---. 1997. Introduction. Collected Plays: Three. By Bertolt Brecht. Bertolt Brecht: Plays, Poetry, Prose Ser. London: Methuen. ix-xxvi. ISBN 0-413-70460-2.