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Make Your Story Really Stinkin¿ Big: How To Go From Concept To Franchise And Make Your Story Last For Generations

by Houston Howard

A creative, yet straightforward manual on how to take one concept and turn it into a franchise that will last generations. Houston Howard's "360 Story Weaving Process" is revealed with step-by-step instructions...


In Performance: Contemporary Monologues for Men and Women Late Teens-20s

by JV Mercanti

(Applause Books). In Performance is intended for young people who are auditioning for both undergraduate and graduate programs, as well as professional productions and industry meetings. Featured are dynamic...


Scenes and Monologues of Spiritual Experience from the Best Contemporary Plays

by Roger Ellis

(Applause Books). In this anthology, theater expert Roger Ellis culls together dramatic scenes and monologues that all deal with spiritual experience. From various religious and non-religious perspectives, the...


Order in the Universe: The Films of John Carpenter

by Robert Cumbow

An obscure independent filmmaker until Halloween (1978), John Carpenter has been applauded for his classic sense of compositions, yet reviled for his "B-film" sensibility. With a chronology of Carpenter's career,...


Moving History/Dancing Cultures: A Dance History Reader

by Ann Dils & Ann Cooper Albright

A comprehensive and multifaceted anthology of dance history -- ideal for the classroom.


Writing the 10-Minute Play

by Glenn Alterman

(Limelight). This book is written for the beginning or seasoned playwright, as well as for actors (or anyone) wishing to attempt their first ten-minute play. Every aspect of writing a ten-minute play is covered,...


Keith Johnstone: A Critical Biography

by Theresa Robbins Dudeck

Keith Johnstone entered the Royal Court Theatre as a new playwright in 1956: a decade later he emerged as a groundbreaking director and teacher of improvisation. His decisive book Impro (1979), described Johnstone's...


The Theatre of Martin Crimp: Second Edition

by Aleks Sierz, Erin Hurley & Patrick Lonergan

First published in 2006, Alek's Sierz's The Theatre of Martin Crimp provided a groundbreaking study of one of British theatre's leading contemporary playwrights. Combining Sierz's lucid prose and sharp analysis...


Getting the Joke: The Inner Workings of Stand-Up Comedy

by Oliver Double

Getting the Joke 2nd edition sets out to re-examine the world of stand-up comedy in the internet age, analysing the roles of the performer and audience, and the dramatic changes to how stand-up is done in recent...


The Theatre of David Greig

by Clare Wallace, Erin Hurley & Patrick Lonergan

The Theatre�of David Greig�provides a definitive account of the career to date of this important dramatist. It combines an analysis of all of his work with interviews, criticial essays and material relating...


Encountering Ensemble

by David Barnett, Michael Boyd & Bryan Brown

The first book to attempt to define and analyse the nature of ensemble theatre with case studies and contributions from companies and practitioners around the globe.


Stage Lighting - The Technicians Guide: An On-The-Job Reference Tool

by Skip Mort

This is a quick-reference guide to stage lighting covers a wealth of detail on equipment, lighting a performance space, special effects and lighting design. A DVD provides video examples of techniques.


The Moving Body (Le Corps Poetique): Teaching Creative Theatre

by Jacques Lecoq

"He taught us to be artists" Steven Berkoff. Jacques Lecoq, one of the most inspirational theatre teachers of our

age and founder of the International Theatre School, Paris shares his

philosophy of performance,...


An Enemy of the People

by Henrik Ibsen

A successful entrepreneur Stockmann, a popular citizen of a small coastal town turned into a villain as he discovers that the town's source of pride and income is contaminated. The town has invested a large...


The Master Builder

by Henrik Ibsen

Halvard Solness is the middle-aged Master Builder of a small town in Norway who has become a successful architect of some distinction and local reputation. One day while having a visit from his friend Doctor...


Jewish Drama & Theatre: From Rabbinical Intolerance to Secular Liberalism

by Eli Rozik

Jewish theater has followed a tortuous path from extreme rabbinical intolerance to eventual secular liberalism, with its openness to the heritages of both Judaism as a culture and prominent foreign cultures,...


To Create: Black Writers, Filmmakers, Storytellers, Artists, and Media-Makers Riff on Art, Careers, Life, and the Beautiful Mess

by Felicia Pride

To Create is a collection of illuminating interviews with an eclectic set of black artists—including Harry Belafonte, Method Man, Nikki Giovanni, Edwidge Danticat, Edward P. Jones, Booker T. Mattison, and more—as...


Ghosts

by Henrik Ibsen

Helen Alving is about to dedicate an orphanage she has built in the memory of her dead husband, Captain Alving. She reveals to her spiritual advisor, Pastor Manders, that she has hidden the evils of her marriage,...


Hedda Gabler

by Henrik Ibsen

Hedda Gabler, the daughter of an aristocratic general, has just returned to her villa from her honeymoon. Her husband is an aspiring, young, and reliable academic who continued his research during their honeymoon....


A Doll's House

by Henrik Ibsen

Nora is leaving her husband and children because she wants to discover herself.