Reinhardt (Goldmann), Max

   Austrian theatre producer. Reinhardt, who was born near Vienna, was the director of the Deutsches Theatre in Berlin and the founder of the Salzburg Festival. When Hitler came to power, he emigrated to the United States and continued his work there. His spectacular productions, innovations in stagecraft, and teaching methods for actors had a profound influence on the modern theatre.

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  • REINHARDT (Goldmann), MAX — (1873–1943), stage producer and director. Reinhardt, a leading force in the theater during the first part of the 20th century, was born in Baden, near Vienna. At 17 he became an actor and assistant director at the Salzburg State Theater. otto… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Goldmann, Max — vero nome di Reinhardt, Max …   Sinonimi e Contrari. Terza edizione

  • Max Goldmann — Max Reinhardt auf einer signierten Postkarte, 1911 Max Reinhardt (* 9. September 1873 in Baden bei Wien, Niederösterreich; † 31. Oktober 1943 in New York; eigentlich Maximilian Goldmann; seine Eltern: Wilhelm und Rosa Goldmann, geborene Wengraf;… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Max Reinhardt — auf einer signierten Postkarte, 1911, Fotografie von Nicola Perscheid Max Reinhardt (ursprünglich: Maximilian Goldmann; * 9. September 1873 in Baden bei Wien, Niederösterreich; † 31. Oktober 1943 in New York …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Reinhardt (surname) — Reinhardt is a surname (from Germanic ragin =counsel and hart =strong), and may refer to:* Ad Reinhardt * Alois Reinhardt, a German footballer * Django Reinhardt * Ernie Reinhardt * Fritz Reinhardt * G. Frederick Reinhardt * Georg Hans Reinhardt …   Wikipedia

  • Max Reinhardt — This article is about the German theatre director. For the publisher, see Max Reinhardt (publisher). Max Reinhardt Theatre director and actor Born Maximilian Goldmann September 9, 1873( …   Wikipedia

  • Reinhardt, Max — pseud. di Goldmann, Max …   Sinonimi e Contrari. Terza edizione

  • Max Reinhardt — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Reinhardt. Portrait de Max Reinhardt par Emil Orlik. Max Reinha …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Reinhardt, Max — (Max Goldmann, 1873 1943)    Director, actor, manager. Reinhardt is among the most significant figures in the entire history of the German theater. He was both the herald of a new era and a fulfillment of nearly everything that had gone before it …   Historical dictionary of German Theatre

  • Reinhardt — Reinhardt, Max Goldmann, llamado Max * * * (as used in expressions) Reinhardt, Ad(olf Frederick) Reinhardt, Django Jean Baptiste Reinhardt Reinhardt, Max …   Enciclopedia Universal

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