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The Wolf From The Door

by Rory Mullarkey

We don't actually drink coffee at my coffee morning. �� What do you do, then? �� We discuss the violent overthrow of the government. Also, there's flower arranging.

In this intensely imaginative and daringly...


Animate to Harmony: The Independent Animator's Guide to Toon Boom

by Adam Phillips

Want to create studio-quality work and get noticed? Just coming off Flash and looking for a Toon Boom intro? Are you a traditional pencil-and-paper animator? From scene setup to the final render, learn how to...


The Actor's Survival Kit: Fifth Edition

by Miriam Newhouse & Peter Messaline

This new edition of required reading in Canadian theatre schools addresses a range of new issues such as performer websites, video self-production, and networking on the Internet, while also looking at timeless...


The Canadian Kings of Repertoire: The Story of the Marks Brothers

by Michael V. Taylor

A phenomenal success on the vaudeville circuit, the Marks Brothers of Christie Lake, Ontario, performed throughout the late nineteenth century and into the 1920s.


Wingman and Skittles

by Richard Marsh

Dad wasn't angry. As I started to cry.

He hugged me. He calmed me. And he taught me to lie.

Wingman is a new father-son comedy from Fringe-First winner Richard Marsh. Mum's dead. Annoyingly, dad's not. After twenty...


Tennessee Williams: A Casebook

by Robert Gross

Tennessee Williams' plays are performed around the world, and are staples of the standard American repertory. His famous portrayals of women engage feminist critics, and as America's leading gay playwright from...


Digital Storytelling, Applied Theatre, & Youth: Performing Possibility

by Megan Alrutz

Digital Storytelling, Applied Theatre, & Youth argues that theatre artists must re-imagine how and why they facilitate performance practices with young people. Rapid globalization and advances in media and...


Performing Asian Transnationalisms: Theatre, Identity, and the Geographies of Performance

by Amanda Rogers

This book makes a significant contribution to interdisciplinary engagements between Theatre Studies and Cultural Geography in its analysis of how theatre articulates transnational geographies of Asian culture...


Management and the Arts

by William James Byrnes

The fifth edition of Management and the Arts provides you with theory and practical applications from all arts management perspectives including planning, marketing, finance, economics, organization, staffing,...


Nostalgia Betrayal Love

by Rosa Ucci

The Tango phenomenon today is a reality for the whole world involving people from all walks of life in three continents: Asia, America and Africa. The author has asked herself the reason for this ‘retrieval’...


Dramatists in Revolt: The New Latin American Theater

by Leon F. Lyday & George W. Woodyard

Dramatists in Revolt, through studies of the major playwrights, explores significant movements in Latin American theater. Playwrights discussed are those who have made outstanding contributions to Latin American...


The Cinema of Robert Rodriguez

by Frederick Luis Aldama & Charles Ramírez Berg

Robert Rodriguez stands alone as the most successful U.S. Latino filmmaker today, whose work has single-handedly brought U.S. Latino filmmaking into the mainstream of twenty-first-century global cinema. Rodriguez...


David Fincher: Interviews

by Laurence F. Knapp

David Fincher (b. 1962) did not go to film school and hates being defined as an auteur. He prefers to see himself as a craftsman, dutifully going about the art and business of making film. Trouble is, it's hard...


Pretend You're In A War: The Who and the Sixties

by Mark Blake

Pete Townshend was once asked how he prepared himself for The Who's violent live performances. His answer? 'Pretend you're in a war.' For a band as prone to furious infighting as it was notorious for acts of...


Vectorworks for Entertainment Design: Using Vectorworks to Design and Document Scenery, Lighting, and Sound

by Kevin Lee Allen

The first book in the industry tailored specifically for the entertainment professional, Vectorworks for Entertainment Design covers the ins and outs of Vectorworks software for lighting, scenic, and sound design....


Chinese Television in the Twenty-First Century: Entertaining the Nation

by Ruoyun Bai & Geng Song

The past two decades witnessed the rise of television entertainment in China. Although television networks are still state-owned and Party-controlled in China, the ideological landscape of television programs...


Entertainment Rigging for the 21st Century: Compilation of Work on Rigging Practices, Safety, and Related Topics

by Bill Sapsis

From the basics of physical forces and mathematical formulas to performer flying and stage automation, Entertainment Rigging for the 21st Century provides you with insider information into rigging systems and...


Ballroom Dance and Glamour

by Jonathan S. Marion

As the continued success of Dancing with the Stars and Strictly Come Dancing reveals, the appetite for ballroom remains insatiable around the world. Ballroom Dance and Glamour offers a fascinating window into...


Captain Amazing

by Alistair McDowall

My dad is a superhero. No one else knows 'cos it has to stay a secret.

Alistair McDowall's play is a funny and poignant one-man show that thrusts us into the life of Britain's only part-time superhero.

Struggling...


The Comic Offense from Vaudeville to Contemporary Comedy: Larry David, Tina Fey, Stephen Colbert, and Dave Chappelle

by Rick DesRochers

The Comic Offense from Vaudeville to Contemporary Comedy examines how contemporary writer/performers are influenced by the comedic vaudevillians of the early 20th century. By tracing the history and legacy of...