The distancing effect, more commonly known (earlier) by John Willett's 1964
translation as the alienation effect or (more recently) as the estrangement effect ...
The alienation effect was Brecht's principle of using innovative theatrical
techniques to “make the familiar strange” in order to provoke a social-critical
Jan 30, 2009 ... Alienation effect, also called a-effect or distancing effect, German
Verfremdungseffekt or V-effekt, idea central to the dramatic theory of the ...
Alienation Effects. Performance and Self-Management in Yugoslavia, 1945-91.
Branislav Jakovljevic. Examines the interplay of artistic, political, and economic ...
The distancing effect is a technique used in theater and cinema that prevents the
audience from losing itself completely in the narrative, instead making it a ...
Sep 19, 2013 ... Solo Performance: Bertolt Brecht - Alienation (1860 Performance) - Duration: 6:
55. Teabaggins 5,648 views · 6:55. An introduction to Brechtian ...
Learn about Bertolt Brecht, devices that use the alienation effect, and Brechtian
staging when discussing Epic theatre and Brecht for GCSE Drama.
Bertolt Brecht's term (also sometimes translated as alienation-effect) for the
moment in a work of art when that which used to appear natural suddenly
Commentary by. Eva Thury. Brecht's Words. Contrast between epic (modern) and
dramatic (old fashioned) drama … [T]he epic and dramatic ways of narrating a ...
Extract. Loose English translation of the German Verfremdungseffekt , Brecht's
term for a key principle of his dramatic theory of epic theatre ( q.v. ), sometimes ...