Lancaster: Scotforth Books, 2013. Graham Kemp's play chronicling the course of these notorious prosecutions 400 years ago - the second largest witch trial in English history and biggest ever group execution for witchcraft. The Wonderous Discoverie of Witches in the Countie of Lancaster penned by Clerk of the Court Thomas Potts inspired this fascinating script, which delves beneath and beyond the official account to reveal a more complex and compromising human tragedy. 89p. bibliography. 1st UK Edition. Softcover. Very Good.
Stratford, Ontario: Stratford Festival, 1983. A Lecture given by Martin Esslin for the Stratford Shakespearean Festival. August 14, 1983.. First Thus. Softcover. Very Good.
London: Victor Gollancz, 1966. Texts of radio plays first broadcast on BBC Dec. 1941-Oct. 1942. Producer Val Gielgud. First published 1943, reprinted 1966. Reprint. Hard Cover. Near Fine/No Jacket.
Stratford-upon Avon: The Puppet Centre 1st Thus. Folder. Near Fine.
Toronto: C.B.C. Enterprises, 1998. Text based on the Globe Text and the 1984 production at the Ontario Stratford Festival Theatre (edited by Elliot Hayes and Michal Schonberg, Directed by John Hirsch, costume sketches by Desmond Heeley) 111p. plates(some.col) Donor inscription on ffep, else fine. 1st.Can Ed.. Soft Cover. Very Good.
New York: Applause Theatre Book Publishers, 1988. 193p. bibliography. 1st.US Ed.. Soft Cover. Very Good. Illus. by Edited Michael Earley & Philippa Keil.
London: Carroll & Nicholson, 1949. A collection of reviews of performances in British theatres in the 1940's by the well known theatre critic J.C.Trewin. "Shakespeare is plainly his first enthusiasm: but he writes with relish and urbanity on any theatrical subject from the art of Sid Field to a Priestley play in a Welsh miners' hall, or from Shaw to a straws-in-the hair farce or the ways of Ruritania ... the author will go anywhere to hear a play, or for that matter, any form of stage entertainment" 308p. Signed by author on title page. Signed by Author. First Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/Near Fine.
Toronto: Mind's Eye / Jabberwocky, 1963. Play read by Montgomery Clift and Helen Hayes. Vintage 2 sided audio cassette, brand new and sealed in original package. Playing time 60 minutes.. First Thus. Plastic Folder. New. Audio Cassette.
London: Longman, 1982. Well illustrated introduction for schools in the "Aspects of Greek Life" 65p. illus.. Reprint. Rebound Copy. Good. Ex-Library.
Lincon : University Of Nebraska Press, 1967. Regents Restoration Drama series. Edited by Frederick M. Link ""Im no tame sigher, but a rampant lion of the forest," says Willmore, the Rover, on shore after a long voyage. "I have a world of love in store," he claims, searching through the streets for a woman to prove it. When he meets two young Spanish woman "I love mischief," says one then all the chemistry of comic satire lets loose. The Rover roamed the English stage for a century and has been rediscovered in our own time as a theatrical masterpiece of wit and daring. Aphra Behn (1640-1689) combined dramatic genius and training with personal experience that gave her rare insight into manners and roles. She spied on the Dutch for the English king and was once imprisoned for debt. Behn is one of the very few great English playwrights to be honored in life by popular scandal and in death by burial at Westminster Abbey. She was the first English woman to earn her living by writing.. Softcover. Fine.
Minneapolis MN: Nostos, 1982. NEW - Will be sent to you direct from the publisher.. 1st.US Edition. New/New. Illus. by Trans. Kimon Friar.
London: Hesperus Press, 2011. In his novels Dickens presents a series of unrivaled portraits of women, young and old. From Little Nell to Miss Havisham, these girls and women speak to audiences today, making readers laugh and sometimes cry. Miriam Margolyes one woman show explores a wide range of female characters ...the script of the play is here presented alongside " The Women on Boxes" some additional characters, and a thought provoking introduction shedding light on the inspiration behind , and genesis of, the play. 96p. illus bibliography. 1st UK Edition. French Wraps. New.
London: Samuel French Ltd., 1977. First Thus. Softcover. Very Good.
Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1968. Reprint of Second Edition of 1950. 97p. Crisp copy, but a few pencilled annotations in the text. else near fine.. Reissue. Hard. Good>Very Good/Near Fine.
New York: Applause Theatre Book Publishers, 1991. Introduction by Larry Gelbart. Text of the hilarious musical comedy based on the Roman plays of Plautus and produced with music and lyics by Stephen Sondheim. Photographs of famous performances 184p. illus . First Thus. Soft Cover. New.
Oxford: Clarendon Press/Oxford University Press, 1967. Edited with introduction and commentary by A. M. Dale. 34p.introduction,179p.of text and commentary. Name of previous owner on ffep, else fine . First Thus. Hardcover. Near Fine/Very Good, Slight Chips.
Oxford: Clarendon Press/Oxford University Press, 1960. Edited by the late J.D.Denniston and Denys Page. Greek text with English commentary. "This edition was originally begun by the late Dr. John Dewar Denniston, who left a draft of a commentary among his papers; it has been expanded and completed by Professor Denys Page, who has also provided a new text." 240p. Name of previous owner on ffep. Neat tight copy, but with pencil notes and underlinings.Small stain on spine.. Reprint. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket.
London: John Lane : Bodley Head, 1909. 148p.[+ 8 pages of publisher's ads] . Reprint. Hard. Very Good/No Jacket.
London: Zavallis Press. Nicosia, 1952. Play set partly in Constantinople and partly in Kievan Rus c.864 AD. Parallel Greek / English text 203p. Text clean and neat but for rust marks from staples, original paper covers a little worn & stained. The only copy listed on WorldCat is in Cyprus.. First Edition. Original Wraps. Very Good.
Toronto: Key Porter Books, 1989. Beginning with a short history of theatre, vaudeville and cinema in Toronto, (with a brief biography of suiccessful Greek immigrant entrepreneur Alexander Pantages pp28-29) ) it described the construction and opening of the luxurious Pantages Theatre in 1920. Many famous performers starred in the shows, it later became the Imperial movie house. This is followed by a description of the project (1987-89) to restore it as far as possible to it's original 1920s grandeur as a live theatre venue. Historical photographs,detailed plans and photographs of the work in progres demonstrate the glorious success ot the project.. 1122p. illus (col) . 1st Can Ed. Hard Cover. As New/As New.