Hitler Laughing: Comedy in the Third Reich (6-21-21)

00:00 Cultural historian William Grange
01:00 Alexander Technique
03:00 My 2007 interview with William Grange
07:00 Aging and cognitive power
09:30 Writers block
12:00 American identity
15:00 African-American identity
20:00 The civil rights revolution
22:00 American theater and American identity and Death of a Salesman
24:40 Bertholt Brech
25:10 The Caucasian Chalk Circle
26:00 The Good Person of Szechwan
28:20 Lillian Hellman, Edward Albee
28:45 Ödön von Horváth
29:10 Harold Pinter
31:00 The Intellectuals and the Masses: Pride and Prejudice Among the Literary Intelligentsia 1880-1939
33:00 Modernism
35:00 Stanislavski Method
37:30 Bill Hader
38:10 Daniel Day Lewis
39:00 What’s the most influential art form?
40:30 The Business of American Theater
41:00 Shubert Organization
44:00 Modernist vs post-modernism theater
45:00 The great Christian playwrights
46:00 The Tidings Brought to Mary
46:30 The House Beautiful
48:00 Theater is a communal experience
50:30 Sam Shepard
51:00 David Mamet
52:00 Neil Simon
52:45 Larry Gelbart
1:00:20 Nude scenes
1:01:30 Actresses as hookers
1:18:00 Playwrights vs screenplay writers
1:23:00 What type of plays make money?
1:24:40 Cabaret
1:26:00 La bohème
1:30:00 Peter Cook
1:32:00 Situational comedy
1:33:00 Cheap comedy vs expensive comedy
1:34:00 Tom Stoppard’s Travesties
1:36:00 Hitler loved theater
1:40:00 F. Roger Devlin joins the show for 65 minutes
1:41:00 Sexual Utopia in Power
1:42:00 Charles Murray, https://vdare.com/articles/charles-murray-s-facing-reality-ruling-class-must-accept-race-differences-or-provoke-the-disaster-of-white-identity-politics
1:44:00 Is Roger Devlin a proponent of critical race theory?
2:02:00 The rise and fall of the AR
2:50:00 Tucker Carlson and the threat of white supremacy

About Luke Ford

I've written five books (see Amazon.com). My work has been followed by the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and 60 Minutes. I teach Alexander Technique in Beverly Hills (Alexander90210.com).
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