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  • American Theater in the Culture of the Cold Warby Bruce A. Mcconachie

    University of Iowa Press 2005; US$ 29.95

    In this groundbreaking study, Bruce McConachie uses the primary metaphor of containment—what happens when we categorize a play, a television show, or anything we view as having an inside, an outside, and a boundary between the two—as the dominant metaphor of cold war theatergoing. Drawing on the cognitive psychology and linguistics of... more...

  • Emma Watsonby David Nolan

    John Blake 2011; US$ 9.99

    A biography of the actress behind the role of Hermione Granger   A detailed insight into Emma Watson's career, the highs and lows of being a child star, and how she is moving on from Harry Potter balancing the world of fashion with her academic studies. Emma shot to fame at just 10 years old, when she took the role of Hermione Granger in the... more...

  • Steve McQueenby Marshall Terrill; Peter O Whitmer

    Triumph Books 2010; US$ 13.99

    Steve McQueen takes us on a journey as his harrowing and painful childhood is laid bare, through his glittering career, and right up to his heroic battle with cancer and dramatic death in Mexico. It chronicles the good with the ugly, revealing the great power McQueen wielded. It features numerous behind-the-scenes stories from some of his (and cinema's)... more...

  • Enfant Terrible!by Murray Pomerance

    NYU Press 2002; US$ 89.00

    The one thing everybody knows about Jerry Lewis is that he is beloved by the French, those incomprehensible hedonistic strangers across the sea. The French understand him, while in the U.S. he is at best a riddle, not one of us. Lewis is someone we take profound pleasure in excluding, if not ridiculing. Enfant Terrible! Jerry Lewis in American Film... more...

  • Anything Goesby John Barrowman; Carole E. Barrowman

    Michael O'Mara 2009; US$ 9.99

    From his Glaswegian childhood and American adolescence to his starring role in the Doctor Who spinoff Torchwood , this memoir traces the life and career of actor John Barrowman. John made a name for himself with remarkable West End achievements, including an Olivier Award nomination and success in the movies The Producers and De-Lovely. Television... more...

  • The History of Theatre in Anchorage, Alaska 1915-2005by Catherine Stadem

    The Edwin Mellen Press 2009; US$ 169.95

    The growth of theatre in Anchorage, Alaska, is a microcosm of theatre development throughout the United States in the 20th century. In less than a century, Anchorage grew from its humble origins to become a vibrant frontier city of 300,000 and the cultural center of the state. Homegrown playwrights developed their craft, arts institutions flourished,... more...

  • Shakespeare in Kabulby Stephen Landrigan; Qais Akbar Omar

    Haus Publishing 2012; US$ 15.95

    The uplifting story of bringing Shakespeare to Afghanistan, with men and women appearing together for the first time since liberation. more...

  • Breaking the Rulesby David Savran; Peter Sellars

    Theatre Communications Group 1993; US$ 17.95

    Through interviews and descriptions of methodology, Breaking the Rules captures the essence of major works by the internationally acclaimed avant-garde company. more...

  • Conversations with Anneby Anne Bogart

    Theatre Communications Group 2012; US$ 22.00

    Remarkable conversations you want to listen in on. more...