Arthur Kutscher (July 17, 1878, Hannover - August 29, 1960, Munich) was a German historian of literature and researcher in drama. Together with Max Herrmann he can be seen as a founding father of theatre studies in Germany. He was a professor at Munich University, where he taught a famous seminar in theatre history. Kutscher was a friend of the iconoclastic dramatist and cabaret-star Wedekind. His work influenced many playwrights, poets, and directors. His students included Bertolt Brecht (studied in 1917), Erwin Piscator (studied in 1913), Peter Hacks, Hanns Johst, Klabund, and Erich Mühsam. Brecht's first full-length play, Baal (written 1918), was written in response to an argument in one of Kutscher's drama seminars. While Kutscher was responsible for inspiring an admiration for Wedekin

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  • Artur Heinrich Theodor Christoph Kutscher (* 17. Juli 1878 in Hannover; † 29. August 1960 in München) war ein deutscher Literatur- und Theaterwissenschaftler. (de)
  • Artur Heinrich Theodor Christoph Kutscher (17 de julio de 1878, Hannover - 29 de agosto de 1960, Múnich) fue un historiador de la literatura alemana e investigador en el drama. Junto con Max Herrmann se le puede ver como un padre fundador de la dramaturgia. Fue profesor en la Universidad de Múnich, donde impartió un seminario de famosos en la historia del teatro. Kutscher fue un amigo del dramaturgo iconoclasta y cabaret estrellas Wedekind. Su obra influyó en muchos escritores, poetas y directores.Sus estudiantes incluyeron a Bertolt Brecht (estudió en 1917), Erwin Piscator (estudió en 1913), Peter Hacks, Johst Hanns, Klabund y Mühsam Erich. (es)
  • Arthur Kutscher (July 17, 1878, Hannover - August 29, 1960, Munich) was a German historian of literature and researcher in drama. Together with Max Herrmann he can be seen as a founding father of theatre studies in Germany. He was a professor at Munich University, where he taught a famous seminar in theatre history. Kutscher was a friend of the iconoclastic dramatist and cabaret-star Wedekind. His work influenced many playwrights, poets, and directors. His students included Bertolt Brecht (studied in 1917), Erwin Piscator (studied in 1913), Peter Hacks, Hanns Johst, Klabund, and Erich Mühsam. Brecht's first full-length play, Baal (written 1918), was written in response to an argument in one of Kutscher's drama seminars. While Kutscher was responsible for inspiring an admiration for Wedekind in the young Brecht, he was "bitterly critical" of Brecht's own early dramatic writings. (en)
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  • Artur Heinrich Theodor Christoph Kutscher (* 17. Juli 1878 in Hannover; † 29. August 1960 in München) war ein deutscher Literatur- und Theaterwissenschaftler. (de)
  • Artur Heinrich Theodor Christoph Kutscher (17 de julio de 1878, Hannover - 29 de agosto de 1960, Múnich) fue un historiador de la literatura alemana e investigador en el drama. Junto con Max Herrmann se le puede ver como un padre fundador de la dramaturgia. Fue profesor en la Universidad de Múnich, donde impartió un seminario de famosos en la historia del teatro. Kutscher fue un amigo del dramaturgo iconoclasta y cabaret estrellas Wedekind. Su obra influyó en muchos escritores, poetas y directores.Sus estudiantes incluyeron a Bertolt Brecht (estudió en 1917), Erwin Piscator (estudió en 1913), Peter Hacks, Johst Hanns, Klabund y Mühsam Erich. (es)
  • Arthur Kutscher (July 17, 1878, Hannover - August 29, 1960, Munich) was a German historian of literature and researcher in drama. Together with Max Herrmann he can be seen as a founding father of theatre studies in Germany. He was a professor at Munich University, where he taught a famous seminar in theatre history. Kutscher was a friend of the iconoclastic dramatist and cabaret-star Wedekind. His work influenced many playwrights, poets, and directors. His students included Bertolt Brecht (studied in 1917), Erwin Piscator (studied in 1913), Peter Hacks, Hanns Johst, Klabund, and Erich Mühsam. Brecht's first full-length play, Baal (written 1918), was written in response to an argument in one of Kutscher's drama seminars. While Kutscher was responsible for inspiring an admiration for Wedekin (en)
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