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Marvelous Melba: The Extraordinary Life of a Great Diva

by Ann Blainey

Nobody sings like Melba, and nobody ever will, proclaimed the impresario Oscar Hammerstein in 1908. Like many others of his time, he considered her the world's greatest singer. The wild acclaim showered on her...

The Collected Drama of H. L. Mencken: Plays and Criticism

by S. T. Joshi

In The Collected Drama of H. L. Mencken: Plays and Criticism, S. T. Joshi has assembled for the first time Mencken’s dramatic works, comprising six one-act plays and the lengthy three-act play Heliogabalus....

Costumes for the Stage: A Complete Handbook for Every Kind of Play

by Sheila Jackson

This updated edition of Costumes for the Stage aims at simplicity in all aspects of designing and making costumes. Starting with five pages illustrating the basic shapes of each period, Sheila Jackson provides...

The Comedy of Errors

by William Shakespeare

Hilarious fun, this early comedy is filled with the merry violence of slapstick and farce. When two sets of twins, separated and apparently lost to each other, all end up in the rowdy, rollicking city of Ephesus,...

Mr. Universe: And Other Plays

by Jim Grimsley

George Oppenheimer Award for Best New American Playwright; Bryan Prize for Drama by the Fellowship of Southern Writers. In this collection, critically acclaimed novelist Jim Grimsley reveals his great gifts...

Buchanan Dying: A Play

by John Updike

To the list of John Updike’s well-intentioned protagonists—Rabbit Angstrom, George Caldwell, Piet Hanema, Henry Bech—add James Buchanan, seen above as a young Congressman in the 1820’s, and on the front...

Japanese Theatre

by Faubion Bowers & Joshua Logan

Japanese Theatre, by Faubion Bowers, presents a full historical account for Westerners of the theatre arts that have flourished for centuries in Japan. "This book," say Mr. Bowers, "is a survey of what theatre...

The Venetian: A Play in Five Acts

by Frank J. Morlock

To save his father from execution for treason, the Bravo Giovanni agrees to act as an assassin for The Council of Ten, and ruthlessly carries out their orders for targeted killings against real or imagined enemies...

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: A Fairy Tale Play Based on the Story of the Brothers Grimm

by Jessie White

This is the classic Brothers Grimm Fairy tale, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, adapted into a play for the use of children and adults alike. Split into seven lovable scenes with 25 characters to choose from...

Four Commedia Dell'arte Plays with Stage Direction

by Irene Mawer

Commedia Dell'Arte was created in Italy during the Renaissance and can be said to have been the reinvention of theatrical performance in Europe. With this fascinating collection of plays you too can put on these...

A   Beginner's Guide to Screen Writing - Step by Step Instructions to Plot, Character and Continuity. Including Exercises to Complete at the End of Ea

by Howard T. Dimick

A classic guide to creating and writing your first screenplay, including chapters on, basic problems, plot and plotting, externalizing the play, surprise or the unforeseen, character development and much more....

The English Folk-Play

by E. K. Chambers

The folk play holds a unique place in English history and has a fascinating history all of its own. This is a wonderful guide for anybody with an interest in this ancient form of performance, with step by step...

You Can Count on Me: A Screenplay

by Kenneth Lonergan

Acclaimed playwright Kenneth Lonergan’s You Can Count on Me is one of the most highly praised independent films of recent years, earning many of the major screenplay awards.

This is the lovingly drawn story...

The Trial of God: (as it was held on February 25, 1649, in Shamgorod)

by Elie Wiesel

The Trial of God (as it was held on February 25, 1649, in Shamgorod)

A Play by Elie Wiesel

Translated by Marion Wiesel

Introduction by Robert McAfee Brown

Afterword by Matthew Fox


Where is God when innocent human...

The Truth Will Out

by William Rubinstein & Brenda James

Motivated by scholarship and driven by curiosity, Shakespeare historian Brenda James applied a sixteenth-century code-breaking technique to the dedication of Shakespeare's Sonnets. What she uncovered led her...

The Routledge Companion to Directors' Shakespeare

by John Russell Brown

Thirty authoritative accounts describe in illuminating detail how some of theatre's most talented directors have brought Shakespeare's plays to the stage. These studies chart the extraordinary feats of interpretation...

The Trespassers

by Morris Panych

A mysterious murder tests fifteen year-old Lowell’s skills at shaping the truth. Cast of 3 men and 2 women.


by Lyle Kessler

Now a Broadway production directed by Daniel Sullivan and starring Alec Baldwin, Ben Foster, and Tom Sturridge

“I have dreamed, for a long time, of doing this play with this director.”—Alec Baldwin

In a run-down...

Arts of Perception: The Epistemological Mentality of the Spanish Baroque, 1580-1720

by Jeremy Robbins

Arts of Perception offers a new account of a key period in Spanish history and culture and a fundamental reassessment of its major writers and intellectuals, including Gracián, Quevedo, Calderón, Saavedra...

The Brothers Karamazov: A Play in Five Acts

by Jacques Copeau, Jean Croue & Fyodor Dostoyevsky

Adapted from the riveting novel of Russian writer Fyodor Dostoyevsky, The Brothers Karamazov was the first great theatrical success of the well-known French playwright, Jacques Copeau (1879-1949). Copeau adapted...