Theater

CONTEMPORARY STAGE DESIGN: IMPRESSIVE ART OF STAGE

-Systematically explains what stage design is, and how to do it -Includes more than 100 projects, divided into different categories such as drama, dance, opera, and music -Includes stage design concepts for Lady Gaga, Muse, R.E.M., and The Academy Awards amongst others Stage design is an important and indispensable part of stage performance, and includes scenery, lightning, make-up, costume, effec
June 1, 2019 | Hardcover |
$80.00
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ART OF DRAMATIC WRITING: ITS BASIS IN THE CREATIVE INTERPRETATION OF HUMAN MOTIVES

Written by Egri, Lajos
"An earlier edition of this work was published by Simon & Schuster in 1942 as How to write a play"--T.p. verso.
February 15, 1972 | Paperback | Touchstone Books |
$17.99
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CHALLENGE FOR THE ACTOR

Written by Hagen, Uta
Uta Hagen, internationally renowned actress and author, has writen a major new book that is sure to be welcomed in the field of acting. Actor's World covers voice techniques, timing, and rhythm. It teaches how to establish the identity of a character, how to use physical senses and inner objects, and much more.
August 21, 1991 | Hardcover | Scribner Book Company | 336 Pages |
$28.00
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EMPTY SPACE: A BOOK ABOUT THE THEATRE: DEADLY, HOLY, ROUGH, IMMEDIATE

Written by Brook, Peter
Discusses four types of theatrical landscapes; the deadly theatre, the holy theatre, the rough theatre, and the immediate theatre.
December 1, 1995 | Paperback | Scribner Book Company | 144 Pages |
$16.00
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HOW TO STOP ACTING

Written by Guskin, Harold
"The Great Guskin" (John Lahr, The New Yorker) shares the approach he uses to help actors land roles, develop them, and keep them alive
June 25, 2003 | Paperback | Farrar, Straus and Giroux |
$17.00
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ON THE TECHNIQUE OF ACTING

Written by Chekhov, Michael
In the four decades since its first publication, Michael Chekhov's To the Actor has become a standard text for students of the theater. This new, definitive version of his master work clarifies the principles Chekhov taught Yul Brynner, Gregory Peck, Marilyn Monroe, and Anthony Quinn, among others. Line drawings.
November 1, 1993 | Paperback | Harper Paperbacks |
$15.99
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RESPECT FOR ACTING

Written by Hagen, Uta
Respect for Acting"This fascinating and detailed book about acting is Miss Hagen'scredo, the accumulated wisdom of her years spent in intimatecommunion with her art. It is at once the voicing of her exactingstandards for herself and those she [taught], and an explanation ofthe means to the end." --Publishers Weekly
July 1, 2008 | Hardcover | Wiley | 226 Pages |
$22.95
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THEATRICAL SCENIC ART

Written by Troubridge, Emma
Supported by over 400 striking illustrations, this is an essential companion for technical theatre students, practicing scenic artists and for all who are interested in the art of creating painted and textured surfaces for performance.
May 1, 2019 | Paperback | Crowood Press (UK) |
$49.95
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SHAKESPEARE BOOK: BIG IDEAS SIMPLY EXPLAINED

Written by DK
The Shakespeare Book brings the work of William Shakespeare to life with full-color photography, images, idea webs, timelines, and quotes that help you understand the context of Shakespeare's plays and poems.
February 12, 2019 | Paperback | DK Publishing (Dorling Kindersley) |
$17.99
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RISE UP!: BROADWAY AND AMERICAN SOCIETY FROM 'ANGELS IN AMERICA' TO 'HAMILTON'

Written by Jones, Chris
Penned by one of America's best-known daily theatre critics and organized chronologically, this lively and readable book tells the story of Broadway's renaissance from the darkest days of the AIDS crisis, via the disaster that was Spiderman: Turn off the Dark through the unparalleled financial, artistic and political success of Lin-Manuel Miranda's Hamilton.
November 15, 2018 | Paperback | Methuen Drama |
$24.95

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