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The Taming of the Shrew Program

By Shakespeare, William

Stratford, ON Canada: Shakespearean Festival, 1954. First printing. Original program from the 1954 Stratford Festival Second season. 3 pp. pamphlet on grey paper, listing cast and crew etc. James Mason, William Hutt, Bruno Gerussi, William Shatner, et al. Directed by Tyrone Guthrie. Some creases, light wear. Rare item.. 1st. Paperback. Very Good.

$25.00

The Stratford Festival 1953-1957

By Whittaker, Herbert.

Toronto: Clark Irwin, 1958. First printing. 72 pp., many b&w photos of the actors on stage, etc., octavo hardcover. Text is Nearly Fine. No owner's name, no noticeable wear to book. Just some fading to the cloth at the spine.. 1st. Hardcover. Good/No Jacket.

$8.00

Stratford papers on Shakespeare 1963

By Jackson, B. W. Ed.

Toronto: Gage, 1964. First printing. 177 pp., some ills., octavo format in cream softcovers. Nearly Fine with light wear to covers. . 1st. Paperback. Very Good.

$10.00

Oedipus Rex Program

By Sophocles

Stratford, ON Canada: Shakespearean Festival & Mirror Press , 1954. First printing. Original program from the 1954 Stratford Festival Second season. 3 pp. pamphlet on grey paper, listing cast and crew etc., about 5.5" X 8.5". James Mason, William Hutt, Bruno Gerussi, William Shatner, et al. Directed by Tyrone Guthrie. Some creases, light wear. Rare item.. 1st. Paperback. Very Good.

$25.00

Romeo and Juliet Program

By Shakespeare, William

Stratford, ON Canada: Stratford Shakespearean Festival, 1960. First printing. Original program from the 1960 Stratford Festival. 7 pp. pamphlet on cream paper, listing cast and crew etc., about 5.5" X 8.5". Douglas Rain, Chris Wiggins, Christopher Plummer, John Vernon, Bruno Gerussi, Julie Harris, Dinah Christie et al. Directed by Michael Langham. Some creases, light wear. Rare item.. 1st. Paperback. Very Good.

$15.00

King John Program

By Shakespeare, William

Stratford, ON Canada: Stratford Shakespearean Festival, 1960. First printing. Original program from the 1960 Stratford Festival. 7 pp. pamphlet on cream paper, listing cast and crew etc., about 5.5" X 8.5". Douglas Rain, Chris Wiggins, Christopher Plummer, John Vernon, Peter Donat, Julie Harris et al. Directed by Douglas Seale. Some creases, light wear. Rare item.. 1st. Paperback. Very Good.

$15.00

The Stratford Festival 1953-1957

By Whittaker, Herbert.

Toronto: Clark Irwin, 1958. First printing. 72 pp., many b&w photos of the actors on stage, etc., octavo hardcover, dust jacket. Text is Nearly Fine. Dust jacket has some tears and edge-chipping, Good only. This copy bears the ownership signature of Irene Fox of Stratford.. 1st. Hardcover. Good/Dust Jacket Included.

$20.00

Stratford papers on Shakespeare 1961

By Jackson, B. W. Ed. Northrop Frye et al Conts.

Toronto: Gage, 1962. First printing. 231 pp., some ills., octavo format in cream softcovers. Nearly Fine with light wear to covers, small, neat owner's name inside.. 1st. Paperback. Very Good.

$10.00

The Revolt of the Actors

By Harding, Alfred

New York: William Morrow, 1929. First printing. 575 pp., frontis ports., 13 photos, appendix, index, black cloth with gilt spine titles, blind-stamped decoration on front board. A very fresh copy with fresh boards (no fading, no staining), firm binding, no owner's name. Only flaws are light wear to some extremities and some yellowing of pages due to insertion of newsclippings. Included with the book is a treasure trove of contemporary clippings related to the revolt. Headlines include: Equity Approves Casting Fee Plan, Equity Defers Action on Ethel Barrymore, Stars Unveil Statues of Women of Stage, Requiem for Guild Actors, Producers to Meet with Equity Board, Letter from Frank Gillmore dated Nov. 6, 1929, Equity Rejects Plan for Sunday Shows, Briton's Onslaught on Our Poducers Brings Resentment in London..., Managers and Authors Favor Sunday Shows; Actors Equity to Decide Issue on Nov. 18, Bessie Belmont debuts on Broadway, New York Times Drama Section (Sept. 7, 1930), Equity to Boycott Ticket Plan Rebels, $750,000 Lure by Films Failed, Equity Asserts, Producers Resent Rebuke by Equity. Also laid in: A promo leaflet for "Angna Enters in her Episodes and Compositions in Dance Form at the Booth Theatre..." with dates and prices. Naturally the clippings are very fragile but are a wonderful resource and a very nice addition to the book. . 1st. Hardcover. Very Good.

$275.00

Farmyard & Four Plays

By Kroetz, F.X. Franz Xaver

U.S.A.: Urizen Books Inc.,N.Y., 1978. NAP, apparent first printing. 132 pp., quality trade softcover. Light wear to covers. No serious flaws.. 1st. Paperback. Very Good.

$15.00

Stratford under Cover: Memories on Tape

By Shaw, Grace Lydiatt

NC Press, 1977. First printing, softcover edition. 126 pp., many photos, ovesize softcover. No serious flaws, just very light wear to covers and small bookplate on inside cover. . 1st. Paperback. Very Good.

$10.00

Renown at Stratford,

By Davies, Robertson et al.

Clarke Irwin, 1953., 1953. First edition. 8vo, hardcover, no dustjacket. NF text with no flaws. VG dj with no real tears, not clipped, just light edge-wear and some sunning to rear. A much above-average copy.. 1st. Hardcover. Very Good/Dust Jacket Included.

$20.00

Twice Have the Trumpets Sounded

By Davies, Robertson et al

Toronto: Clarke Irwin, 1954. 1st edition. 8vo, cloth, dustjacket. Very Good text with no owner's marks, minimal wear. Dj has some significant chipping and tears, Good only.. 1st. Hardcover. Fair/Dust Jacket Included.

$10.00

The Stratford Story (+ 1954 Program for The Taming of the Shrew)

By Marquis, Leonard & Margaret Rowe

The Stratford Shakespearean Festival Foundation , 1954. First printing. 48 pp., many photos of cast, production staff, etc., oversize softcover in stapled wraps. Spine spilit to bottom staple but decent, worn copy. Laid in: VG copy of original 1954 program for The Taming of the Shrew with William Hutt, William Shatner, Bruno Gerussi, Don Harron, Frances Hyland, etc.) . 1st. Paperback. Good.

$45.00

Stratford

By Bain, Richard; Plummer, Christopher

Erin, Ontario, Canada: Boston Mills Press, 1998. First printing. SIGNED by both Christopher Plummer and Richard Bain on the half-title page, then again by Bain on the title page.120 pp., oversize hardcover. No owner's marks or tears. A lovely copy. Laid in: a small car (4" X 6") with a costume illustration by Susan Benson for Twelfth Night, 1975. . Signed by Author(s). 1st. Hardcover. Fine/Fine.

$65.00

Shaw Festival Production Record 1962-1999
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Shaw Festival Production Record 1962-1999

By Johnston, Denis Ed

Oakville, Ontario, Canada: Mosaic Press, 2000 First printing. 275 pp., photos, quality trade softcover. Fine copy.. Soft Cover. Fine.

$5.00

The Semiotics of Performance

By De Marinis, Marco;O'Healy, Aine

Bloomington, Indiana, U.S.A.: Indiana Univ Pr, 1993 First printing. 266 pp., cloth, dustjacket. No owner`s name, not clipped, no tears, no creases. NF text in NF dj. Uncommon..

$65.00

The Avengers: All 161 Original Episodes - Story Cast Pictures
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The Avengers: All 161 Original Episodes - Story Cast Pictures

By Rogers, Dave

Michael Joseph, 1983. Second printing. 189 pp., profusely illustrated with photos, oversize softcover. Fine copy, appears unread. An excellent reference.. Soft Cover. Fine.

$10.00

America's Great Circus Parade: Its Roots, Its Revival, Its Revelry

By Fox, Charles Philip; Fox, C.P

Greendale, Wisconsin, U.S.A.: Reiman Assoc, 1993 First printing. 166 pp., many color and b&w photos, oversize softcover. Fine copy.. 1st Edition. Soft cover.

$10.00

The Natural History of the Chorus Girl

By Parker, Derek & Julia

Bobbs-Merrill, 1975., 1975. First US edition. 192 pp., photos, index, oversize hardcover, dustjacket. Text is VG with serious bump to bottom rear corner, affecting last part of text. Dj is lightly worn overall except for a .75 inch chunk missing from the rear bottom.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Dust Jacket Included.

$8.00

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