“Woyzeck’s Head” a Fresh and Original Take on a German Classic

“Take it easy, Woyzeck…nice and slow.” Georg Büchner’s Woyzeck is certainly recognizable to anyone who’s ever taken a contemporary theatre history class. Left incomplete upon the playwright’s death, the play is usually one of the theatre student’s first experiences with fragmented dramaturgy (or narrative structure). You’ll probably also learn that Woyzeck in particular became very … Continue reading “Woyzeck’s Head” a Fresh and Original Take on a German Classic