and some Theatre Giants by Eleanor Fazan
“Tell the truth,” her friend the director Lindsay Anderson urged Eleanor Fazan. “It’s seldom heard.” Nor is it easy to tell. But that’s what “Fiz” has done: delivering frank and intimate accounts of her not-always-peaceful collaborations with the ...
A Hollywood Film Editor's Misadventures in China by Rick Tuber
Shanghai Cuts (A Hollywood Film Editor’s Misadventures in China) is a first-person account of a film editor working on a television production in Shanghai. Divided from his family in the midst of a crisis, Rick connects with an eclectic cast of ...
The Risk Theatre Model of Tragedy
Gambling, Drama, and the Unexpected by Edwin Wong
WHEN YOU LEAST EXPECT IT, BIRNAM WOOD COMES TO DUNSINANE HILL The Risk Theatre Model of Tragedy presents a profoundly original theory of drama that speaks to modern audiences living in an increasingly volatile world driven by artificial ...
The Real Mandrake the Magician
by Linda Mandrake and Lon Mandrake
This biography not only gives you an idea of the brilliant career of Mandrake with over 100 show photos, but also provides a glimpse behind the scenes. What was it like to live on the road with small children while constantly performing magic ...
A Weekly Dose of Ritallin
by A. Gregory Frankson
A Weekly Dose of Ritallin is a curated selection of Greg Frankson's original works as presented over two years on Here and Now Toronto. The A Weekly Dose of Ritallin segment cracked open Toronto with soulfully intelligent, locally invested and ...
Art is War
by R.W. Courtney
These collected works are a celebration of love, pain, rage, hip hop, race, and pop culture. This hodgepodge of topics are merged as one to bring something new and fresh into the poetry medium. The author seamlessly blends social commentary into a ...
by Aria Quill
The Gootesnooter story is fiction but with lessons. The Gootesnooter play is an easy read, in particular as a closet drama, which is a play better understood by reading; and/or as a play, script fashion, in two parts for either two short plays or ...
Side by Side: Two Screenplays
The Zoo and Duet by Pamela Wielgus-Kwon
Although they have no characters in common, The Zoo and Duet are two screenplays deeply connected thematically. These compelling narratives, set in the Auschwitz concentration camp (The Zoo) and in East Berlin behind the Berlin Wall (Duet), bring ...
A Letter For Adorabella
by Michael F. Corriere
When Adorabella states: "If love denied can break a heart, perhaps love received can mend it," she is contemplating the eternal question of life: where does happiness lie? Abandoned by her mother, rejected by her fiancé, fragile, insecure and ...
Christmas Skits for Middle School Years
Enrichment for Grades 5, 6 and 7 by B. Smith
There’s an atmosphere of generosity, celebration and inclusion; and no one event in a school embodies the spirit of the season more than the Christmas pageant. The eight skits in this book are meant to enrich the education experience for the ...