Rolf Hochhuth


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in Eschwege, Germany
April 01, 1931

Died
May 13, 2020

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Hochhuth ist ein deutscher Dramatiker und ein maßgeblicher Anreger des Dokumentartheaters. Internationalen Erfolg erzielte er mit Der Stellvertreter. AEr setzt sich wiederholt mit der NS-Vergangenheit und aktuellen politischen und sozialen Fragestellungen auseinander. In einer Vielzahl Offener Briefe versuchte er seit den sechziger Jahren, Einfluss auf die Politik zu nehmen.

Hochhuth ist Mitglied des P.E.N.-Zentrums Deutschland, der Bayerischen Akademie der Schönen Künste in München (seit 1989) und der Freien Akademie der Künste Hamburg (seit 2004)und der Akademie der Künste in Berlin (seit 1986).

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