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Respect For Acting

Respect For Acting

by Uta Hagen

Originally published: New York : Macmillan, 1973.

Includes index.
The Kid Stays In the Picture

The Kid Stays In the Picture

by Robert Evans

An autobiographical account of the life and times of Robert Evans, Hollywood producer who worked on Love Story, Rosemary's Baby, The Godfather, Marathon Man, Chinatown The Cottonwood Club and many other films.
Rewrites

Rewrites

by Neil Simon

A renowned playwright presents a charming personal memoir that contains reflections and anecdotes about his experiences in show business and its big names, as well as his feelings about the writing lifestyle. Neil Simon has won virtually all major awards including the Pulitzer and the Tony, and this autobiography reveals the struggles that went into becoming the success he is today.
Respect For Acting

Respect For Acting

by Uta / Haskel Frankel Hagen

Stage Makeup

Stage Makeup

by Richard Corson

I Know the Place

I Know the Place

by Harold Pinter

Magic

Magic

by G K Chesterton

Speak With Distinction

Speak With Distinction

by Skinner- Edith

Exit the King

Exit the King

by Eugene Ionesco

Some Of These Days

Some Of These Days

by Sophie Tucker

Happenings

Happenings

by Michael Kirby

Building a Character

Building a Character

by Constantin Stanislavski

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An Actor Prepares

by Constantin Stanislavski

An Actor Prepares was first published in 1936 and is the first volume of the translations of Constantin Stanislavski's books on acting, which were published as a trilogy in English, though originally meant to be published as two books in Russia. "An Actor Prepares" was initially meant to be the first half of a volume on the inner preparation of an actor, while the second half (later published in English as "Building a Character") was meant to cover the outside work on the actor.
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No Turn Unstoned

by Diana Rigg

No Turn Unstoned is a collection of "the worst theatrical reviews in history" compiled by Dame Diana Rigg, best known as Mrs Peel in The Avengers television series. The first edition, published by Elm Tree Books in 1982, did not sell well, but over the years it attained a near-cult status and a paperback edition was released in 1991. Rigg wrote to her many friends and acquaintances in the theatre and film industries and asked them to share their worst-ever reviews.
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The Making Of "The African Queen

by Katharine Hepburn

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The Essential Theatre

by Robert Ball Oscar Gross Brockett

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The Creative Spirit

by Stephanie Arnold Stephanie Arnold

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Tales From Shakespeare

by Kadir Nelson, David Shannon, Barry Moser, Leo Dillo, Diane Dillo, Chelsey McLauren, Mary Grandpre Tina Packer

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Letters From an Actor

by William Redfield

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Speak With Distinction

by Edith; Monich, Timothy;Mansell, Lilene Skinner

Theatre Books & Ephemera

Prince Of Players

Prince Of Players

by Ruggles, Eleanor

Theatre Outlook

Theatre Outlook

by Priestley, J B

Theatre Arts Monthly

Theatre Arts Monthly

by Isaacs, Edith J R

India Song

India Song

by Duras, Marguerite

The Country Girl

The Country Girl

by Odets, Clifford

The Theatre

The Theatre

by Cheney, Sheldon

Plays Of the Year

Plays Of the Year

by Trewin, J C

Habima

Habima

by Ben-Ari, Raikin

On Reflection

On Reflection

by Hayes, Helen

Notes Of a Soviet Actor

Notes Of a Soviet Actor

by Cherkasov, N

Gone With the Wind

Gone With the Wind

by Howard, Sidney