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Moon Over Broadway
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Moon Over Broadway

By Hellinger, Mark

New York: William Faro, Inc., 1931. First Edition. Hardcover. Good+/None. 318pp; Navy blue cloth boards with faded titling to spine, dampstaining to rear board and edges of several pages, deckle edges, short tears to a few pages, text unmarked, binding is sound, book protected by (chipped) clear plastic sleeve, Good+ condition. New York theater journalist who later became a Hollywood writer and producer on life around Broadway in New York City.

$30.00

The Other Side of the Circus
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The Other Side of the Circus

By Norwood, Edwin P.

Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1926. First Edition. Hardcover. Good/None. 276pp; No DJ, yellow cloth boards with red titling & illustration to front & spine, boards edgeworn, stained & soiled with wear to corners, previous owner's inscrs. to endpapers & flyleaf, a few pen marks in text, binding is sound, Good condition. The inside story of the circus in the 1920s. Illustrated with photos.

$18.00

Martin Beck offers Madame Sarah Bernhardt in Vaudeville
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Martin Beck offers Madame Sarah Bernhardt in Vaudeville

By Beck, Martin

New York: Martin Beck, 1912. First Edition. Softcover. Good+. Wraps; 28pp; Card covers age-toned, pamphlet bound with string, embossed French shield to front, bookplate inside front cover, previous owner's name to flyleaf, text unmarked, binding is sound, Good+ condition. Program from Madame Sarah Bernhardt in Vaudeville with her own company from the Theatre Sarah Bernhardt, Paris, in an Act from these plays from her repertoire: Une Nuit de Noel; La Dame aux Camelias; La Tosca; Theodora; Lucrece Borgia; Phedre. Includes introductions to Sarah Bernhardt and Sarah Bernhardt in Vaudeville, summaries of plays, and many photo illustrations from her performances. Marginal decorations to each pages.

$27.00

Theater in the Ante Bellum South 1815-1861
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Theater in the Ante Bellum South 1815-1861

By Dormon, James H., Jr.

Chapel Hill, NC: The University of North Carolina Press, 1967. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Good+. Cloth in DJ; 322pp; Tear to front panel of DJ, small stain to rear panel of DJ, DJ protected by mylar sleeve, previous owner's name to half title page, illustrated endpapers, boards square, clean & bright, text unmarked, binding is tight, Fine/Good+ condition. History of theater in the Ante Bellum South from 1815 to 1861. Illustrated.

$20.00

The Actors' Analects (Yakusha Rongo)
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The Actors' Analects (Yakusha Rongo)

By Dunn, Charles J. & Bunzo Torigoe (Translators & Editors)

New York: Columbia University Press, 1969. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. Cloth in DJ; First Edition; 306pp; DJ price-clipped, boards square & bright, small stain to front board, decorated endpapers, text unmarked, binding is tight, VG/VG condition. Collection of advice and notes left by great actors of the live popular theater of Japan, the kabuki, at the end of the 17th century. Studies in Oriental Culture No. 3. Edited, translated & with an introduction & notes. Illustrated. Includes Japanese text.

$24.00

On Tap Dancing
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On Tap Dancing

By Draper, Paul (Edited by Fran Avallone)

New York: Marcel Dekker, Inc., 1978. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 161pp; Red illustrated boards with titling to front & spine, minor scuffing to boards & spine, previous owner's name to FFEP, text unmarked, binding is tight, VG condition. Compilation of articles on tap dancing originally written for "Dance Magazine" from 1954-1963. Author frontispiece photo portrait.

$19.00

Folk Dance Progressions
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Folk Dance Progressions

By Lidster, Miriam D. & Dorothy H. Tamburini

Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing Company, Inc., 1965. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 342pp; Tan cloth boards with titling to front & spine, endpapers illustrated with map, slight label remnant to front board, text unmarked, binding is tight, VG condition. Source book of international folk dances. Illustrated with diagrams.

$35.00

Charles Kellogg The Nature Singer: His Book
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Charles Kellogg The Nature Singer: His Book

By Kellogg, Charles

Morgan Hill, CA: Pacific Science Press, 1930. Hardcover. Very Good-. 303pp; Green cloth boards with gilt titling to front & spine, slight forward slant, slight wear to spine ends & corners of boards, minor staining to front board, previous owner's name to endpapers, text unmarked, binding is solid, VG- condition. Signed by Author. Autobiography of unique traveling entertainer and singer of bird songs who performed on Vaudeville and other venues across the USA. With over 100 illustrations from photographs by the author.

$25.00

The Way It Was
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The Way It Was

By Matson, Cecil

Portland, OR: Cecil Matson, 1988. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Very Good. 8-1/2 x 11 Cloth in DJ; 197pp; DJ slightly edgeworn & protected by mylar sleeve, text unmarked, binding is tight, Fine/VG condition. "A kaleidoscopic look at early theatre in the Oregon Country and a view of the changing pattern of theatre in the early years of the 20th century into the present day." Illustrated with photos.

$17.00

Teatro comunale dell'opera di genova 1 (Municipal Theater Work of Genoa 1)
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Teatro comunale dell'opera di genova 1 (Municipal Theater Work of Genoa 1)

By Frassoni, Edilio

Genova, Italy: Teatro comunale dell'opera, 1973. Softcover. Very Good. 9" x 8-1/2" Softcover; Slight wear to one corner of front cover, text unmarked, binding is sound, VG condition. Discusses the municipal theater and opera of Genoa, Italy. Illustrated with photos. TEXT IN ITALIAN.

$25.00

The Masque Nos. 1-6 (No. 1: A Theatre Notebook, The Old Vic King Lear; No. 2: Designs for the Theatre (Part 1); No. 3: Oscar Wilde and the Theatre; No. 4: Designs for the Theatre Part Two; No. 5: The Masque of Christmas; No. 6: Notes on the Verse Drama)
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The Masque Nos. 1-6 (No. 1: A Theatre Notebook, The Old Vic King Lear; No. 2: Designs for the Theatre (Part 1); No. 3: Oscar Wilde and the Theatre; No. 4: Designs for the Theatre Part Two; No. 5: The Masque of Christmas; No. 6: Notes on the Verse Drama)

By Carter, Lionel (Editor) (Ivor Brown, Cecil Beaton, James Agate, Rex Whistler, Laurence Whistler, Christopher Hassall)

London: The Curtain Press, 1946. Softcover. Very Good+/Good+. Pamphlets in Slipcase; 172pp; Slipcase edgworn with previous owner's stamp to front, pamphlets clean, tight, unmarked, VG+ in Good+ slipcase. First six issues (spanning 1946 to 1948) of The Masque, a theatre journal, in slipcase. No. 1: A Theatre Notebook, The Old Vic King Lear Reviewed by Ivor Brown; No. 2: Designs for the Theatre (Part 1) An Appreciation by Cecil Beaton, Foreword by Laurence Whistler; No. 3: Oscar Wilde and the Theatre by James Agate; No. 4: Designs for the Theatre Part Two by Rex Whistler with an Introduction by James Laver; No. 5: The Masque of Christmas; Dramatic Joys of the Festival described by Laurence Whistler with designs by Inigo Jones, Rex Whistler and others; No. 6: Notes on the Verse Drama by Christopher Hassall. Illustrated.

$35.00

Nichigeki Music Hall Program -- Forbidden Love
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Nichigeki Music Hall Program -- Forbidden Love

Tokyo, Japan: Nichigeki Music Hall. Softcover. Very Good-. 8" x 11-1/4" Wraps; 24pp; Handling wear & minor creasing to booklet, text unmarked, binding is tight, VG- condition. Vintage program from a burlesque show in Tokyo, Japan, held at the Nichigeki Music Hall, circa late 1960s. Performers include: Yuki Sato, Maki Hayashi, Kouji Moriyama, Mari Tatekawa, Trio Stamina, Conte 55, Anjera Asaoka, Junko Shima, Arisa Ohtori, Kalsell Maki, Teke-Teke Brothers, Koshoraku Hayashiya, Sexy Four, Sayuri Joo, Akemi Sakura, Yukako Toyo, Mary Jackson, Teruho Matsunaga, Mina Sawa, Sayuri Sono, Marisa Taka, Yuri Urakawa and others. Fully illustrated with photos, many nudes, some in color. Text in Japanese with smattering of English. Adults only.

$50.00

Tap Dancing Simplified (Home Service Booklet No. 149)
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Tap Dancing Simplified (Home Service Booklet No. 149)

By Duggan, Anne Schley & Esther Allen Bremer

Reader Mail, Inc., 1937. Softcover. Very Good-. Wraps; 32pp; Previous owner's name to front cover, text unmarked, binding is tight, stamped "Mary Cullen's Cottage, Household Arts Service of The Journal, Porgland, Oregon" on front, VG- condition. Vintage booklet with simple instructions for tap dancing. Illustrated. Home Service Booklet No. 149.

$7.00

Biografie eines Theaters: Ein halbes Jahrhundert Schlosspark-Theater Berlin
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Biografie eines Theaters: Ein halbes Jahrhundert Schlosspark-Theater Berlin

By Bessler, Albert (Editor)

Berlin, Germany: Rembrandt Verlag, 1972. Hardcover. Near Fine/Good. 8-1/4" x 10" Cloth in DJ; 180pp; Tape repairs to DJ, text unmarked, binding is tight, Near Fine/Good condition. Title translates as: Biography of a theater: Half a Century Castle Park Theatre Berlin. Illustrated with many photos. Text in German.

$35.00

Bilder Fran Slottsteatern Pa Drottningholm (Skrifter utgivna av Foreningen Drottningholmsteaterns Vanner III) (Pictures of Castle Theatre at Drottningholm)
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Bilder Fran Slottsteatern Pa Drottningholm (Skrifter utgivna av Foreningen Drottningholmsteaterns Vanner III) (Pictures of Castle Theatre at Drottningholm)

By Beijer, Agne (Editor) & C. G. Rosenberg (Photography)

Foreningen Drottningholmsteaterns Vanner, 1950. Softcover. Good+. 8-1/2" x 11-1/2" Softcover; 24pp; Handling & a few small marks to covers, slight forward slant, text unmarked, binding is tight, Good+ condition. Photographs of Castle Theater at Drottningholm, Sweden. Illustrated with photos & diagrams. Text in Swedish. Photography by C. G. Rosenberg.

$20.00

Playbill Vol. 2 No. 5: Nude With Violin (Feb. 3, 1958, Belasco Theatre, New York)
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Playbill Vol. 2 No. 5: Nude With Violin (Feb. 3, 1958, Belasco Theatre, New York)

By Coward, Noel

New York: Playbill, Inc., 1958. Softcover. Very Good. Wraps; 40pp; Slight handling wear to covers, text unmarked, binding is tight, VG condition. Program for Feb. 3, 1958 production of the Noel Coward three-act play, Nude with Violin, satirizing modern art and its trappings. The cast included: Noel Coward, Therese Quadri, William Traylor, Joyce Carey, Angela Thornton, John Ainsworth & Patricia Devon.

$12.00

The Professional Appearances of Ted Shawn & His Men Dancers: A Chronology and an Index of Dances 1933-1940
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The Professional Appearances of Ted Shawn & His Men Dancers: A Chronology and an Index of Dances 1933-1940

By Schlundt, Christena L.

New York: The New York Public Library, 1967. Softcover. Very Good. 75pp; Salmon paper covers, very slight handling wear to covers, small light stain to back cover, text unmarked, binding is tight, VG condition. Chronology & index to dances of Ted Shawn & His Men Dancers from 1933 to 1940. Illustrated with photos. (Reprinted from the Bulletin of the New York Public Library, October-December 1966.)

$25.00

In and About Drury Lane (Two Volumes) (Old England: Her People At Home and Abroad Vol. I & II)
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In and About Drury Lane (Two Volumes) (Old England: Her People At Home and Abroad Vol. I & II)

By Doran, John

Boston: Francis A. Niccolls & Co.. Limited Edition. Hardcover. Very Good-. 572pp; Brown cloth boards, paper title labels to spine, top edge gilt, deckle edges, frontispiece tissue guards intact, title labels edgeworn, text unmarked, binding is sound, VG- condition. No. 168 of Edition limited to 750 sets. Two volume set. (First two volumes of Canterbury Edition of 14-volume set entitled, Old England: Her People At Home and Abroad: Manners, Morals, Customs, Loves, Adventures, Anecdotes and Incidents.) Illustrated.

$50.00

Marie Lloyd: Queen of the Music-halls
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Marie Lloyd: Queen of the Music-halls

By Baker, Richard Anthony

London: Robert Hale, 1990. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good+/Very Good+. Hardcover in DJ; 192pp; Clean, tight copy, VG+/VG+ condition. Biography of legendary English music hall star Marie Lloyd (1870-1922). Illustrated.

$15.00

Operatic Peformances in England Before Handel (The Baylor Bulletin Volume XXI No. 4, July 1918)
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Operatic Peformances in England Before Handel (The Baylor Bulletin Volume XXI No. 4, July 1918)

By Armstrong, A. Joseph

Waco, TX: Baylor University, 1918. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good. 74pp; Clean, tight copy, VG condition. Monograph on early operatic performances. Contents: Development of Operatic Features; Early Beginnings of Opera; Restoration Opera; Beginnings of Italian Opera in England; Foreign Influence; Resume; Appendix; Bibliography.

$35.00

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