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Chemistry in Theatre: Insufficiency, Phallacy or Both

de Carl Djerassi

This book examines the questions “What can science do for the theatre?” and “What can the theatre do for science?” which raise challenges for both theatre professionals and scientists. Unusually, this...


Newton's Darkness: Two Dramatic Views

de Carl Djerassi & DAVID PINNER

"What purpose is served by showing that England's greatest natural philosopher is flawed ... like other mortals?" asks one of the characters in Newton's Darkness. "We need unsullied heroes!" But what if the...


Now Playing at the Valencia: Pulitzer Prize-Winning Essays on Movies

de Stephen Hunter

From Pulitzer Prize-Winning Movie Critic Stephen Hunter Comes A Brilliant, Freewheeling, And Witty Look At The Movies.

Evanston, Illinois, was an idyllic 1950s paradise with stately homes, a beautiful lake,...


Acting Stanislavski: A Practical Guide to Stanislavski S Approach and Legacy

de John Gillett

Stanislavski was the first to outline a systematic approach for using our experience, imagination and observation to create truthful acting. 150 years after his birth, his approach is more widely embraced and...


The Movie Business: The Definitive Guide to the Legal and Financial Secrets of Getting Your Movie Made

de Kelly Crabb

Making a movie may be part art and part science, but it's 100 percent business.

In this comprehensive and accessible guide, Kelly Charles Crabb shares the information necessary to understand the legal and financial...


Dangerously Funny: The Uncensored Story of "The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour"

de David Bianculli

An unprecedented behind-the-scenes look at the rise and fall of The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour -- the provocative, politically charged program that shocked the censors, outraged the White House, and forever...


Molecules of an author in search of memory

de Dei, Luigi

Loosely based on Primo Levi’s The Periodic Table, the play has a Fahrenheit 451 setting. In a world without books or memory appears a common man, the Man in the street, with some heets of writing that he cannot...


Margaret

de Kenneth Lonergan

"A triumph . . . the sort of ambitious American storytelling you find too rarely at the movies."-Michael Phillips, Chicago Tribune

Academy Award® nominated writer and director Kenneth Lonergan has written a...


Theater Geek: The Real Life Drama of a Summer at Stagedoor Manor, the Famous Performing Arts Camp

de Mickey Rapkin

What do Natalie Portman, Robert Downey, Jr., Zach Braff, and Mandy Moore have in common? Before they were stars, they were campers at Stagedoor Manor, the premier summer theater camp for children and teenagers....


Inside Tango Argentino

de Anton Gazenbeek

Tango Argentino was the groundbreaking show that led to the renaissance of interest in Argentine Tango. It premiered in Paris, then conquered Broadway and, later, toured the whole world. It had enormous cultural...


Adam Brody: So Adorkable!

de Nancy Krulik

As a kid growing up in San Diego, California, Adam spent most of his time surfing, skateboarding, and watching TV. But when he convinced his best friend to move to Los Angeles with him to try acting, his life...


Directing in Musical Theatre: An Essential Guide

de Joe Deer

This comprehensive guide, from the author of Acting in Musical Theatre, will equip aspiring directors with all of the skills that they will need in order to guide a production from beginning to end. From the...


Eyeing the Flash: The Education of a Carnival Con Artist

de Peter Fenton

The year is 1963, the setting is small-town Michigan. At age fifteen, Peter Fenton is a gawky math whiz schoolboy with a dissatisfied mother, a father who drinks himself to foolishness, and no chance whatsoever...


Margaret Thatcher Queen of Soho

de Jon Brittain & Matt Tedford

Look at us, Margaret - the press is on our side. We're heroes: the public is behind us, we're protecting our children, the party is united behind the cause. You can stand against it if you want, but you will...


Protest Song

de Tim Price

Danny sleeps rough on the steps of St Paul's Cathedral. Has done for years. Then one morning he wakes to see a canvas city being erected in front of him. And Danny finds himself swept up in the last occupation...


Ira Aldridge: Performing Shakespeare in Europe, 1852-1855

de Bernth Lindfors

Ira Aldridge: Performing Shakespeare in Europe, 1852-1855', the third volume of Bernth Lindfors's award-winning biography, traces the American-born black classical actor's itinerary on his first Continental...


Voice Into Acting: Integrating Voice and the Stanislavski Approach

de Christina Gutekunst & John Gillett

How can actors bridge the gap between themselves and the text and action of a script, integrating fully their learned vocal skills? How do we make an imaginary world real, create the life of a role, and fully...


The Country Wife

de William Wycherley & Tiffany Stern

�He�s a fool that marries, but he�s a greater fool that does not marry a fool.�

This bawdy, hilarious, subversive and wickedly satirical drama pokes fun at the humourless, the jealous, and the adulterous...


Its All Your Fault: How To Make It As A Hollywood Assistant

de Bill Robinson & Ceridwen Morris

An Essential Guide to Landing -- and Keeping -- Your first Hollywood Job

A position as an assistant to a producer, agent, director, studio executive, or star can be the path to a fabulous career -- or a one-way...


Agnès Varda: Interviews

de T. Jefferson Kline

Over nearly sixty years, Agnès Varda (b. 1928) has given interviews that are revealing not only of her work, but of her remarkably ambiguous status. She has been called the "Mother of the New Wave" but suffered...