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Nice, David. "Beware of Pity, Complicite & Schaubühne, Berlin, Barbican" in ''The Arts Desk'' [Cockfosters, London], 10 February 2017. Contains 2 photographs from scenes of the play. See: http://www.theartsdesk.com/theatre/beware-pity-complicite-schaub%C3%BChne-berlin-barbican
Nice, David. "Beware of Pity, Complicite & Schaubühne, Berlin, Barbican" in ''The Arts Desk'' [Cockfosters, London], 10 February 2017. Contains 2 photographs from scenes of the play. See: http://www.theartsdesk.com/theatre/beware-pity-complicite-schaub%C3%BChne-berlin-barbican
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Shand, John. "Simon McBurney: collaborating across the language divide" in ''The Age'' [Melbourne, Australia], 15 January 2019. Concerning ''Ungeduld des Herzens'', a German stage play based on ''Beware of Pity'' in a version by Simon McBurney, James Yeatman, Maja Zade and the ensemble. Presented on stage in the Schaubuhne am Lehniner Platz, Berlin in January 2019
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Shand, John. "Simon McBurney: collaborating across the language divide" in ''The Age'' [Melbourne, Australia], 15 January 2019. Concerning ''Ungeduld des Herzens'', a German stage play based on ''Beware of Pity'' in a version by Simon McBurney, James Yeatman, Maja Zade and the ensemble. Presented on stage in the Schaubühne am Lehniner Platz, Berlin in January 2019. See: https://www.theage.com.au/entertainment/theatre/simon-mcburney-collaborating-across-the-language-divide-20190110-h119xcv.html
Trueman, Matt. "Stefan Zweig: Complicite's Simon McBurney on why he matters" in ''The Financial Times'' [London], 28 January 2017, Life and Arts, p. 12. Photograph by Gianmarco Bresadola.  See: Google: Matt Trueman. Stefan Zweig: Complicite's Simon McBurney on why he matters
Trueman, Matt. "Stefan Zweig: Complicite's Simon McBurney on why he matters" in ''The Financial Times'' [London], 28 January 2017, Life and Arts, p. 12. Photograph by Gianmarco Bresadola.  See: Google: Matt Trueman. Stefan Zweig: Complicite's Simon McBurney on why he matters

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[1946]: Two Cities Films, London and Rome

Beware of Pity [A black and white film drama based on Stefan Zweig's novel "Ungeduld des Herzens"]

[1].
Language: English
[2].
Director: Maurice Elvey
[3].
Producer: Maurice Elvey and W. P. Lipscomb
[4].
Script writers: Elizabeth Baron, W. P. Lipscomb, and Marguerite Stern
[5].
Cast: Lilli Palmer, Albert Lieven, Cedric Hardwicke, Gladys Cooper et al.
[6].
Runtime: 1 hour and 45 minutes
[7].
Released in England on 22 July 1946


[2017]: Barbican, London

Beware of Pity [A stage play based on Stefan Zweig's novel "Ungeduld des Herzens"]. Staged by Simon McBurney at the Barbican, 9-12 February. Frist staged By Simon McBurney at the Schaubühne , Berlin, December 2015

Discussion:. Simon McBurney. "Beware of Pity is chillingly resonant in the Trump era" in The Guardian [London], 3 February 2017. See: http://www/theguardian.com/.../simon-mcburney-beware-of-pity-Stefan-Zweig-trump

Reviews:

[1].
Nice, David. "Beware of Pity, Complicite & Schaubühne, Berlin, Barbican" in The Arts Desk [Cockfosters, London], 10 February 2017. Contains 2 photographs from scenes of the play. See: http://www.theartsdesk.com/theatre/beware-pity-complicite-schaub%C3%BChne-berlin-barbican
[2].
Shand, John. "Simon McBurney: collaborating across the language divide" in The Age [Melbourne, Australia], 15 January 2019. Concerning Ungeduld des Herzens, a German stage play based on Beware of Pity in a version by Simon McBurney, James Yeatman, Maja Zade and the ensemble. Presented on stage in the Schaubühne am Lehniner Platz, Berlin in January 2019. See: https://www.theage.com.au/entertainment/theatre/simon-mcburney-collaborating-across-the-language-divide-20190110-h119xcv.html
[3].
Trueman, Matt. "Stefan Zweig: Complicite's Simon McBurney on why he matters" in The Financial Times [London], 28 January 2017, Life and Arts, p. 12. Photograph by Gianmarco Bresadola. See: Google: Matt Trueman. Stefan Zweig: Complicite's Simon McBurney on why he matters
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