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Coward the Playwright

by John Lahr

A reissue in hardback of critic John Lahr's famous 1982 study of No�l Coward's plays


Bertolt Brecht: A Literary Life

by Stephen Parker

Bertolt Brecht: A Life is a major literary biography of one of the iconic cultural figures of the twentieth century, whose achievements�are viewed alongside Picasso's and Wagner's. Offering a fresh reassessment...


Dario Fo: People's Court Jester

by Tony Mitchell

A revised critical study covering the various phases of Dario Fo's theatrical career.


If the Shoe Fits Buy Two!

by Jere Ring

if the shoe fits buy two! is a memoir of world-renowned piano player and Liberace "discovery" Jere Ring. In a series of comedic vignettes, Jere relives his world travels and numerous encounters with famed celebrities....


Revealing Jewel: An Intimate Portrait from Family and Friends

by Kenneth Calhoun, Cambria Jensen & Atz Lee Kilcher

She has been called "one of the most richly idiomatic female pop singers of her generation" by Rolling Stone magazine. Translation: Jewel speaks to millions of fans of all ages through her award-winning music...


O

by Omari Grandberry

After skyrocketing to fame with their hit single "Uh Huh," B2K seemed to have it all. But barely two years later the four friends succumbed to a rift so deep that three of them stopped showing up for sold-out...


Furious Cool: Richard Pryor and the World That Made Him

by David Henry & Joe Henry

"Addictively readable . . . Someday, when fewer people know Richard Pryor's name, Furious Cool will be the best defense against the worst sort of forgetting--the kind that involves who we are now, who we loved...


Our Noise: The Story of Merge Records, the Indie Label That Got Big and Stayed Small

by Laura Ballance, John Cook & Mac McCaughan

Merge Records defies everything you've heard about the music business. Started by two twenty-year-old musicians, Merge is a lesson in how to make and market great music on a human scale.  The fact that the...


My Father's Daughter: A Memoir

by Tina Sinatra & Jeff Coplon

A startling, compelling, yet affectionate portrait of an American entertainment legend by his youngest daughter, who for the first time writes about the man, his life, the accusations, and about the many people...


The Essential Jackie Chan Source Book

by Jeff Rovin

Jackie Chan-mania swept America when Rumble in the Bronx gave movie audiences a thrilling look at the athletic actor known for performing his own jaw-dropping stunts. The Essential Jackie Chan Sourcebook reveals...


John Ford: Poet in the Desert

by Joseph M Malham

John Ford--Poet in the Desert is an uncommon biography. Author Joe Malham offers rarely explored facets of this dark yet towering poetic genius in a fascinating analysis of the artist's personal life. The influences...


Conversations with Woody Allen

by Eric Lax

From the author of the best-selling biography Woody Allen—the most informative, revealing, and entertaining conversations from his thirty-six years of interviewing the great comedian and filmmaker.

For more...


Bob Dylan: Prophet, Mystic, Poet

by Seth Rogovoy

Bob Dylan and his artistic accomplishments have been explored, examined, and dissected year in and year out for decades, and through almost every lens. Yet rarely has anyone delved extensively into Dylan's Jewish...


Gerald: A Portrait

by Daphne Du Maurier

"A remarkable book...brilliant comic writing." --The Times (UK)

Sir Gerald du Maurier was the preeminent actor-manager of his day, knighted in 1922 for his services to the theater. Published within six months...


unSweetined

by Jodie Sweetin

How rude!

 

In this “explosive” (UsMagazine.com) and “brutally honest” (E! Online) memoir, Jodie Sweetin, once Danny Tanner’s bubbly daughter on America’s favorite family sitcom, takes readers behind...


Black Is the New White

by Paul Mooney & Dave Chappelle

OTHER COMEDIANS TELL JOKES. PAUL MOONEY TELLS THE TRUTH.

For more than forty years—whether writing for Richard Pryor and Saturday Night Live or performing stand-up to sold-out crowds around the country—Paul...


Paul McCartney: A Life

by Peter A Carlin

From the acclaimed biographer who brought you the rock biography of Bruce Springsteen comes the life of musician Paul McCartney—from his groundbreaking years with the Beatles to Wings to his work as a solo...


Hitman: Forty Years Making Music, Topping the Charts, and Winning Grammys

by David Foster

After almost four decades in the music business, David Foster -- producer, arranger, songwriter, performer -- is finally ready to talk. In this compelling and outspoken memoir, Foster shares some of his incredible...


I Only Roast the Ones I Love: Busting Balls Without Burning Bridges

by Jeffrey Ross

Jeffrey Ross is one of the world’s most foremost practitioners of insult comedy. Having escaped from his family’s kosher catering business, he spent years in the comedy circuit and mastered his craft of...


Horton Foote: America's Storyteller

by Wilborn Hampton

No playwright in the history of the American theater has captured the soul of the nation more incisively than Horton Foote.

From his Pulitzer Prize-winning play, The Young Man From Atlanta, to his film adaptation...