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- Allen & Unwin 2003; US$ 36.35
An entertaining and insightful memoir of a celebrated life spent joyously in theatre. John Bell, Australia's foremost Shakespearian actor and director, writes of family, friends, colleagues, plays and roles. Spiced with intriguing anecdotes and strong opinions, illustrated with 32 pages of fascinating photos, this is perfect for anyone interested in... more...
- Hachette Australia 2011; US$ 25.52
When I first read the Alvin script I wondered how I could kiss all those women?' Graeme Blundell became Australia's first sex symbol when the hit movie 'Alvin Purple' was released in 1973. A reluctant pin-up, he quickly became a household name and is one of Australia's most well-known actors. But Alvin is only one part of Blundell's diverse career.... more...
- Editions Rodopi 2008; US$ 70.00
How are masculinities enacted in Australian theatre? How do Australian playwrights depict masculinities in the present and the past, in the bush and on the beach, in the city and in the suburbs? How do Australian plays dramatise gender issues like father-son relations, romance and intimacy, violence and bullying, mateship and homosexuality, race relations... more...
- John Blake 2014; US$ 7.99
People 's "Sexiest Man Alive" in 2008, host of the Academy Awards 2009, and a 2013 Oscar contender?Wolverine's stock continues to riseHugh Jackman is a true Hollywood juggernaut. The magnetic Australian has joined countrymen Mel Gibson and Russell Crowe as an international superstar thanks to his role as Wolverine in the X-Men series, and is loved... more...
- John Blake Publishing 2005; US$ 8.74
From cult screen actor to major movie director, Mel Gibson has firmly secured his place as a Hollywood player. His latest directorial project, The Passion of the Christ, has landed him centre stage once more, and author Wensley Clarkson reveals Mel's views on the controversy surrounding it. In addition, he'll uncover: the years of girlfriends, drinking... more...
- Allen & Unwin 2011; US$ 25.45
A poignant, revealing and hilarious memoir about what happened when a former Playschool presenter (and brothel receptionist) woke up one morning in Munich four months pregnant, without a word of German under her belt, and surrounded by Bavarians! It's a tale about friendship, marriage and motherhood and how even a feminist can own a Dirndl. more...
- Editions Rodopi 2013; US$ 58.80
Whether catching Australian theatre during the 2000s or catching up now, this volume provides the reader with an overview of the decade. It reveals how Australian theatre continues to reflect the major political and social concerns of our time. Each contribution explores an important area of Australian performance so that the volume provides crucial... more...
- Palgrave Macmillan 2009; US$ 37.00
This ground-breaking study of cross-cultural theatre in the Australasian region focuses on theatrical events and practices in avant-garde and mainstream contexts. It explores the cultural and political dimensions of Australia's engagement with Asia and sheds light on international arts marketing and trends in cross-cultural performance training. more...
- University of NSW Press 2008; US$ 19.50
Over Christmas and New Year 200607 I went to Iraq, Kuwait, Afghanistan and some other countries I cannot name, to entertain the Australian troops. It was not because I wanted to aid the war effort. It was not because I wanted to support the diggers. It was just because I wanted to have a bit of a look. This entertaining and eye-opening book is... more...