Bruckner, Ferdinand (Tagger, Theodor)

(1891-1958)
   Austrian playwright. Born in Vienna, he studied in Vienna, Paris and Berlin. He founded the Berlin Renaissance Theater which he directed. He wrote a number of successful plays, and adapted and modernized various plays. With the rise of Hitler, he went into exile and spent 17 years in America writing scripts for Hollywood as well as historical and poetic drama. In 1951 he returned to Germany and settled in Berlin.

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  • BRUCKNER, FERDINAND — (pseudonym of Theodor Tagger; 1891–1958), German poet and playwright. Bruckner was born in Vienna, and studied music and law in Vienna and Paris. He began his literary career as a lyric poet and essayist, but soon became a playwright. In 1923 he… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Bruckner, Ferdinand — pseud. di Tagger, Theodor …   Sinonimi e Contrari. Terza edizione

  • Tagger, Theodor — vero nome di Bruckner, Ferdinand …   Sinonimi e Contrari. Terza edizione

  • Bruckner, Ferdinand — (Theodor Tagger, 1891 1958)    Playwright. Bruckner enjoyed an astonishing run of popularity with three plays in the later years of the Weimar Republic. They were Krankheit der Jugend (The Illness of Youth, 1926), Die Verbrecher (The Criminals,… …   Historical dictionary of German Theatre

  • Theodor Tagger — Ferdinand Bruckner (* 26. August 1891 in Sofia, Bulgarien; † 5. Dezember 1958 in Berlin; eigentlich Theodor Tagger) war ein österreichisch deutscher Schriftsteller und Theaterleiter. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Leben 2 Werke 3 …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Ferdinand Bruckner — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Ferdinand Bruckner, seudónimo de Theodor Tagger (Sofía, Bulgaria, 26 de agosto de 1891 Berlín, 5 de diciembre de 1958) fue un escritor y director de teatro austríaco. Hijo de un empresario austríaco y una traductora… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Ferdinand Bruckner — Berliner Gedenktafel am Haus Kaiserdamm 102, in Berlin Charlottenburg …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Tagger — Tag|ger 〈[tæ̣g ] m. 3〉 jmd., der Tags od. Graffiti sprüht od. malt * * * Tạgger,   Theodor, österreichisch deutscher Schriftsteller, Bruckner, Ferdinand …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Ferdinand Bruckner — (August 26, 1891 in Sofia, Bulgaria December 5, 1958 in Berlin) (born Theodor Tagger) was an Austrian German writer and theater manager. Life Bruckner s father was an Austrian businessman and his mother a French translator. After the separation… …   Wikipedia

  • Ferdinand Bruckner — Theodor Tagger, dit Ferdinand Bruckner (Vienne 26 mai 1891 – Berlin 1958) est un écrivain autrichien. Biographie Bruckner fut chassé d Allemagne en 1933 pour fuir le régime Nazi mis en place par Hitler. Il a essentiellement était auteur… …   Wikipédia en Français

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