Theater

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O'NEILL: SON AND ARTIST

Written by Scheaffer, Louis
The most lauded playwright in American history, Eugene O'Neill (1888-1953) won four Pulitzer Prizes and a Nobel Prize for a body of work that includes The Iceman Cometh, Mourning Becomes Electra, Desire Under the Elms, and Long Day's Journey into Night. His life, the direct source for so much of his art, was one of personal tumult from the very beginning.
August 19, 2002 | Paperback | Cooper Square Press |
$11.95
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PARTNERSHIP: BRECHT, WEILL, THREE WOMEN, AND GERMANY ON THE BRINK

Written by Katz, Pamela
This fascinating portrait of two of the most brilliant theater artists of the twentieth century--and the women who made their work possible--is set against the explosive years of the Weimar Republic.
December 8, 2015 | Paperback | Anchor Books | 496 Pages |
$17.95
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PRACTICAL HANDBOOK FOR THE ACTOR

Written by Zigler, Scott
For anyone who has ever wanted to take an acting class, this is the best book on acting written in the last twenty years (David Mamet, from the Introduction).
April 12, 1986 | Paperback | Vintage |
$16.00
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SANFORD MEISNER ON ACTING

Written by Longwell, Dennis
This book, written in collaboration with Dennis Longwell, follows an acting class of eight men and eight women for fifteen months, beginning with the most rudimentary exercises and ending with affecting and polished scenes from contemporary American plays.
July 12, 1987 | Paperback | Vintage |
$18.00
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WRITING IN RESTAURANTS

Written by Mamet, David
Essays in direct line from Stanislavsky, Chekhov, Shaw, and Brecht
October 1, 1987 | Paperback | Penguin Books | 160 Pages |
$16.00

MEMOIRS

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October 1, 2006 | Paperback |
$18.95

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