Books tagged: theatre production

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Rogues & Vagabonds
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 96,200. Language: English. Published: June 26, 2014 by Zoomer Books. Categories: Fiction » Literature » Plays & Screenplays
Rogues & Vagabonds, Marilyn Lightstone’s remarkable first foray into fiction, tells the story of a disparate group of characters brought together by the one great passion they all share: their love of the theatre.
Shakespeare for Reader's Theatre, Volume 1: Hamlet, Romeo and Juliet, Midsummer Night's Dream
Series: Shakespeare for Readers' Theatre, Book 1. Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 63,350. Language: English. Published: January 10, 2013 by Five Rivers Publishing. Categories: Plays » Shakespeare
Shakespeare for Readers’ Theatre is a Readers’ Theatre collection of three of Shakespeare’s most beloved plays in abridged form.
ActingSmarts Reviews Local and Regional Theatre
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 23,130. Language: English. Published: October 24, 2012. Categories: Essay » Sociology, Nonfiction » Entertainment » History & Criticism
Why should we review local and regional professional theatres at all? After all it's just an opinion. But it should be an educated one, and this book shows by example reviewing at its constructive best. What makes a good critic or reviewer? Aren't they the same thing? Check it out here for yourself.
Notes from the Stage Manager's Box
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 30,100. Language: English. Published: July 5, 2012. Categories: Nonfiction » Biography » Personal memoir, Nonfiction » Entertainment » Entertainment industry
This is an account of the author’s time with the National Westminster Bank Theatre Club. There are tales of production disasters, memorable performances and the funny side of staging a show from the auditions to first night nerves and mishaps. The book concentrates mainly on the eccentrics and the things that can and usually do go wrong on stage seen from the viewpoint of a Stage Manager.