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100 LESSONS IN CLASSICAL BALLET
The Eight-Year Program of Leningrad's Vaganova Choreographic School
By: Vera S. Kostrovitskaya
The complete 8-year curriculum of Leningrad's famed Vaganova Choreographic School, which trained Nureyev, Baryshnikov, and Makarova, including over 100 photographs. A volume which no teacher, scholar, or student of the dance can afford to miss. “A serious, indeed indispensable, textbook.” –Clive Barnes
13 BY SHANLEY
Thirteen Plays
By: John Patrick Shanley
Thirteen plays by the Oscar-winning author of Moonstruck. Includes: “The Big Funk,” “Savage in Limbo,” “Danny & The Deep Blue Sea,” “Welcome to the Moon,” “The Red Coat,” “Down & Out,” “Let Us Go Out Into the Starry Night,” “Out West,” “A Lonely Impulse of Delight,” “Women of Manhattan,” “The Dreamer Examines His Pillow,” “Italian-American Reconciliation,” and...  read more
ACCENTS
A Manual for Actors - Revised and Expanded Edition
By: Robert Blumenfeld
This practical reference manual, with its precise, authentic instructions on how to speak in more than 100 dialects, has established itself as the most useful and comprehensive guide to accents available, now increased by a third in this revised printing. As before, the accents range from regional U.S. and British dialects to European accents that include, among...  read more
ACTION!
Establishing Your Career in Film and Television Production
By: Sandra Gordon
A life in the movies has been an American dream for a century. Many people dream of becoming Hollywood professionals, but either aim too high (by trying to produce their own feature film) or too low (by hanging around restaurants frequented by movie stars) and end up frustrated. Wouldn't it be great if someone who knew what to do, someone who had achieved...  read more
AL WAS RIGHT
By: Ryan Armstrong
(: 40 : 2 , 3 , 5 
     : 1-5 )
The future. Moments before World War IV but after the collapse of technology and order. As the Mexi-American army prepares to defend their bunker against an invading army of Canadians, it is a hard time to find any sense of intelligence. But, all’s well that ends well. Maybe a marriage. Maybe a funeral. Maybe a Deus ex machina. Who knows in this post-apocalyptic...  read more
ANNIE JR.
(: 60 )
Credits

Book by Thomas Meehan

Music by Charles Strouse

Lyrics by Martin Charnin

Based on "Little Orphan Annie" By permission of the Tribune Media Services, Inc.

Overview/Synopsis

The idea of turning Harold Gray's "Little Orphan Annie" into a musical comedy was the inspiration of lyricist-director Martin Charnin, who...  read more

ANNIE KIDS
(: 30 )
Credits

Music by Charles Strouse

Lyrics by Martin Charnin

Book by Thomas Meehan

Based on the Tribune Media Service Comic Strip, Little Orphan Annie

Overview/Synopsis

The idea of turning Harold Gray's "Little Orphan Annie" into a musical comedy was the inspiration of lyricist-director Martin Charnin, who convinced...  read more

ANTIGONE
In a Version by Bertolt Brecht
By: Bertolt Brecht
Sophocles, Hölderlin, Brecht, Malina – four major figures in the world's theatre – have all left their imprint on this remarkable dramatic text. Friedrich Hölderlin translated Sophocles into German, Brecht adapted Hölderlin, and now Judith Malina has rendered Brecht's version into a stunning English incarnation. Available for the first time in English.
ANYONE CAN PRODUCE PLAYS WITH KIDS
The Absolute Basics of Staging Your Own At-Home, In-School, Round-The-Neighborhood Plays (Young Actors Series)
By: L.E. McCullough
Anyone Can Produce Plays with Kids gives you absolute basics required to stage your own plays at home, in school, and in your community for parents and teachers who have little or no drama training.

Parts One through Seven teach the how-to basics of playmaking:

organizing a company assembling costumes and props handling technical aspects of...  read more

AUDITION MONOLOGUES FOR YOUNG MEN
Selection for Contemporary Works
By: Patrick Dorn, Gerald Lee Ratliff
This compelling collection of 70 monologues for young men approximately 15 to 30 years old includes a complete chapter that details how to choose a monologue, develop the character, and audition with confidence. With a variety of contemporary sources including both published plays and original works, this book provides selections that will help capture the...  read more
 
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