Hamburg style

Definition

Theater

  • A realistic style of acting pioneered at the Hamburg NationalTheatre under Friedrich Schröder, who managed the companyfrom 1786 to 1798. In the 19th century Hamburg style was consideredthe opposite of the formal Weimar style of acting and theearlier Leipzig style introduced by Johann Gottsched (1700 - 66).
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