Woyzeck (Paperback)

By Georg Buchner, Kenneth Tigar

Broadway Play Publishing, 9780881456622, 54pp.

Publication Date: April 26, 2016

Other Editions of This Title:
Paperback (11/18/2002)
Paperback (4/30/2016)
Paperback, German (4/11/2018)
Paperback, German (11/25/2017)
Paperback, German (9/6/2018)
Paperback, German (11/6/2014)
Paperback, German (10/6/2019)
Paperback, German (8/7/2018)
Paperback, German (10/24/2017)
Paperback (10/1/2006)
Paperback (10/28/2010)
Paperback, German (6/26/2017)
Paperback, German (3/25/2017)
Paperback (6/18/2018)
Paperback, German (10/16/2018)
Paperback, German (2/4/2013)
Paperback (5/27/1988)
Paperback (10/10/2017)

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Description

A groundbreaking masterpiece of the modern theatre. The play tells the tale of a poor soldier, a barber in the army, who is overwhelmed by the military and forced to become a human guinea pig for quasi-medical research. Consumed by jealousy over his lover's infidelity, Woyzeck is driven to despair, to madness, and to murder. Poignant and grotesque, insightful and all-too-human, the play broke every theatrical mold of its time, paving the way for theatre as we know it today. "Considered to be the first modern tragedy, WOYZECK still feels contemporary more than 150 years after its creation." The New York Times.