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Q Lab Show Control: Projects for Live Performance and Installations: Projects for Live Performances & Installations

by Jeromy Hopgood

Used from Broadway to Britain's West End, QLab software is the tool of choice for many of the world's most prominent sound, projection, and integrated media designers. QLab 3 Show Control: Projects for Live...


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...


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...


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...


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.


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,...


Blacks in Blackface: A Sourcebook on Early Black Musical Shows

by Henry T. Sampson

Published in 1980, Blacks in Blackface was the first and most extensive book up to that time to deal exclusively with every aspect of all-Black musical comedies performed on the stage between 1910 and 1940....


Meyerhold on Theatre

by Vsevolod Meyerhold & Edward Braun

This anthology brings together Vsevolod Meyerhold's most significant writings and utterances and covers his entire career as a theatre director from 1902 until 1939. It contains unabridged translations from...


Performance and Community: Commentary and Case Studies

by Caoimhe McAvinchey

Performance practice in community settings is an established part of the cultural landscape. However, this practice is frequently viewed as functional: an intervention that seeks to solve, educate or heal. ...


Kinship and Performance in the Black and Green Atlantic: Kinship and Performance in the Black and Green Atlantic

by Kathleen Gough

First published in 2013. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


Radical Street Performance: An International Anthology

by Jan Cohen-Cruz

Radical Street Performance is the first volume to collect together the fascinating array of writings by activists, directors, performers, critics, scholars and journalists who have documented street theatre...


The Grotowski Sourcebook

by Richard Schechner & Lisa Wolford Wylam

This acclaimed volume is the first to provide a comprehensive overview of Jerzy Grotowski's long and multi-faceted career. It is essential reading for anyone interested in Grotowski's life and work.

Edited by...


Performance and Cultural Politics

by Elin Diamond

Performance and Cultural Politics is a groundbreaking collection of essays which explore the historical and cultural territories of performance, written by the foremost scholars in the field. The essays, exploring...


Split Britches: Lesbian Practice/Feminist Performance

by Sue-Ellen Case

The Split Britches theatre company have led the way in innovative and challenging lesbian performance for the last decade. Split Britches: Lesbian Practice/Feminist Performance is a long awaited celebration...


Performing Nostalgia: Shifting Shakespeare and the Contemporary Past

by Susan Bennett

In this trenchant work, Susan Bennett examines the authority of the past in modern cultural experience and the parameters for the reproduction of the plays. She addresses these issues from both the viewpoints...


Adolphe Appia: Texts on Theatre

by Richard C. Beacham

Adolphe Appia swept away the foundations of traditional theatre and set the agenda for the development of theatrical practice this century. In Adolphe Appia: Texts on Theatre, Richard Beacham brings together...


Secrets of Acting Shakespeare: The Original Approach

by Patrick Tucker

Secrets of Acting Shakespeare isn't a book that gently instructs. It's a passionate, yes-you-can designed to prove that anybody can act Shakespeare. By explaining how Elizabethan actors had only their own lines...