Ein-Mensch-Theater (German: Mensch "human being") is a German expression for a traveling theater, within the owner is writer, director, stage designer, performer and sometimes even his own tour manager in one person.
His intention was going to replace the worn and partial label one-man show by a label under which both males and females could find equally.
- A definition, corresponding with The poor Theater and its imagination power. Cf. Jerzy Grotowski: Towards a Poor Theatre (Preface: Peter Brook/Edited by Eugenio Barba). Eyre Metghuen, London 1980. ISBN 413349101
- DIE ZEIT No. 32, 4 August 1978.
- So Neutert in the panel discussion at Schauspielhaus Bochum, August 1987.