KLIENTELISMUS ALS THEATERGEWERBLICHE MIGRATIONSSTRATEGIE

in Daphnis
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The continental expansion of the Elizabethan-Jacobean Theatre and the transnational influence of its drama attracted historical interest in the long 19th century, but the topic was then largely neglected for several decades in German-speaking areas for some decades, as a consequence of the war. The standstill in research, visible in the mass of out-dated standard literature, established the creation of numerous legends. A prime example which is examined here in close detail is the persistence of fictional biographical narratives relating to the English theatre director John Spencer. The trigger was a false Brandenburgish prince. An extensive concealed and interlinked control mechanism steered the “choreography of traveling people”* in the opening up of the continental theatre business: clientelism.

KLIENTELISMUS ALS THEATERGEWERBLICHE MIGRATIONSSTRATEGIE

in Daphnis

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