The Good Soldier Schweik by Erwin Piscator
"Bertolt Brecht helped write the script and George Grosz's animated cartoons, life-size puppets, and cut-out set pieces appeared with live actors on the conveyor-belt stage." Here are seventeen drawings by George Grosz for a 1928 German performance of The Good Soldier Svejk.
(More about Erwin Piscator.)
Schweyk im zweiten Weltkrieg (Švejk in the Second World War), by (1941-1943) Bertolt Brecht
In his work diary under the entry 18. 8. 38 Brecht calls Hasek's novel "the only great folklore of the time."
Listen [first to English version of] Bertolt Brecht and Hanns Eisler's famous [German original version of the] song Moldau [Vltava] from the play.
Two more songs from the same play:
And What did the Soldier's Wife Get? (Schweyk, 1959), sung by Hanns Eisler himself
Song of the Little Wind (Schweyk, 1959), also sung by Hanns Eisler himself
A detailed analysis of the main character of Bertolt Brecht' s play Schweyk im zweiten Weltkrieg
A Master of Arts Thesis (1974)
Lindsay Thomas Massy Hewson, BA
"... in the character of Schweyk Brecht seems to express his philosophy of life in the clearest, most unequivocal manner."
Mein Švejk (Operetta. Comedy. Death.) (2016)
Divadlo Husa na provázku [Goose On a String Theater]
Brno, Czech Republic