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“The founder of a culture of amateur theater in the kibbutz movement, she staged large-scale performances on kibbutzim, such as My Glorious Brothers (1953) and Till Eulenspiegel (1955), both adaptations of well-known novels.”
“She herself wrote most of the texts of her performances, suiting them to her own purposes when she produced seasonal harvest plays for kibbutzim, such as My Brethren, Heroes of Glory at Sarid and Givat Brenner, or Till Eulenspiegel at Mishmar ha-Emek.”
“In rehearsal, “Till Eulenspiegel” sounded a little creaky at the start.”
“A performance piece of her latest work, "The Girls on the Roof," has also been created with the Eulenspiegel Puppet Theatre.”
“Rámákistnan, the Madrasi Tyl Eulenspiegel and Scogin who by means of a lady saves his life from the Rajah and the High Priest.”
“When Eulenspiegel was asked how long it would take to walk to the next village, he gave the seemingly incongruous answer: Walk.”
“The Til Eulenspiegel Society (TES) in New York offers different programs for focus groups (newcomers, people of color, male dominant/female submissive couples, and so on).”
“Some groups, such as the Til Eulenspiegel Society TES in New York City, make a point of reaching out to newcomers, and run special educational programs to meet their needs.”
“This cartoon from the East German weekly magazine Eulenspiegel a weekly magazine of humor and satire, is poking fun at the possibility of German reunification.”
“In early life he was a brigand of the most audacious character, who plundered and terrified the rich in such a manner that his name was a sufficient warrant for the raising of any sum which he might desire; while his unbounded generosity to the poor or unprotected, joined to an innate love of fun and frolic -- for he was a very Eulenspiegel -- made him the darling of the people.”
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