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100 GREAT PLAYS FOR WOMEN
By: Lucy Kerbel
Lucy Kerbel's 100 Great Plays for Women is an inspiring guide to a hundred plays that put female performers center stage, dispelling the myth that ‘There just aren’t any good plays for women’. With a foreword by Kate Mosse. The result is a personal but wide-ranging reappraisal of the theatrical canon, a snapshot of the very best writing – from...  read more
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
101 MONOLOGUES FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL ACTORS
By: Rebecca Young
This theatre book is a sequel collection of winning monologues in the style and format of 100 Great Monologs by the same author. Rebecca Young knows how middle schoolers think and act - and what they like to talk about! These monologues, duologues and triologues may be used for auditions, classroom assignments or discussion starters. With such a wide...  read more
103 MONOLOGUES FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL ACTORS
By: Rebecca Young
Another great collection of monologues in the style of 102 Monologues for Middle School Actors by the same author. She knows how middle schoolers think and act, and she portrays their character traits in performance. With such a wide variety of topics, there is a monologue to fit any student’s personality or preference. These monologues may be used for...  read more
112 ACTING GAMES
By: Gavin Levy
Compiled and edited by Gavin Levy

A comprehensive workbook of theatre games. There are more than a hundred performance-tested theatre games in this unusually comprehensive collection. They were compiled after more than fifteen years of workshops and study sessions. Included are a wide range of proven activities to assist in teaching specialized...  read more

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
175 THEATRE GAMES
By: Nancy Hurley
The games and exercises in this book are designed to be used as warm-ups at the beginning of a theatre class. They have been used successfully with middle school students and they can easily be adapted for use with younger children, older teens and adults in various settings. The games are divided into 13 sections: Easy Reference; Clowning; Co-operation &...  read more
2013: THE BEST MEN'S STAGE MONOLOGUES
By: Lawrence Harbison
Here you will find a rich and varied selection of monologues for men from plays which were produced and/or published in the 2012-2013 theatrical season. Most are for young performers (teens through 30s) but there are some excellent pieces for older men as well. All represent the best in contemporary playwriting.
 
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