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  • A Life in Time and Spaceby Nigel Goodall; John Highfield

    John Blake 2011; US$ 9.99

    The astounding life and career of David Tennant, acclaimed classical actor and television's 10th dramatic and eccentric Doctor Who— now revised and updated   Energetic and charismatic, David Tennant achieved international acclaim for his riveting portrayal of the 10th Time Lord in cult science-fiction television... more...

  • The Trials and Triumphs of Les Dawsonby Louis Barfe

    Atlantic Books 2012; US$ 9.99

    The first ever narrative biography of a towering figure in British comedy   Les Dawson, more than any other comedian, spoke for the phlegmatic, pessimistic British way of life. A Northern lad who climbed out of the slums thanks to an uncommonly brilliant mind, he was always the underdog, but his bark was funnier and more incisive than many comics... more...

  • Theater und Fest in Europaby Erika Fischer-Lichte; Matthias Warstat; Anne Littmann

    Narr Francke Attempto 2012; US$ 70.93

    Hauptbeschreibung Theater und Fest in Europa stellt in Fallstudien zu Antike, Mittelalter, Früher Neuzeit, Moderne und Gegenwart neueste Forschungsergebnisse zum gemeinschaftsbildenden Zusammenwirken von Theater und Fest vor: Ein breites und vielschichtiges Spektrum festlich-theatraler Inszenierungen werden auf ihre ästhetischen und politischen Potenziale... more...

  • "Es ist ein Unmensch keines Mitleids fähig"by Stefana Sabin

    Wallstein Verlag 2012; US$ 7.26

    Hauptbeschreibung Lange Zeit fand der Antisemitismusvorwurf gegen Shakespeares "Kaufmann von Venedig" wenig Beachtung: Er wurde übersehen, so lange antijüdische Ressentiments zum gesellschaftlichen Konsens gehörten - er wurde verleugnet, so lange Shakespeares Werk zum Ideal einer reinen Dichtungskunst stilisiert wurde. Nicht zufällig waren es dann... more...

  • The Fun Palaceby Agnes Bernelle

    The Lilliput Press 1996; US$ 7.28

    Agnes Bernelle, one of Ireland's best-loved stage performers, was born Agnes Bernauer in Berlin in 1923, the daughter of a renowned Jewish-Hungarian theatre impresario. In this sparkling, intimate memoir she recounts her early years in Germany, her family's flight to London after Hitler came to power, her anti-Nazi broadcasts to the land of her birth,... more...

  • British Avant-Garde Theatreby Claire Warden

    Palgrave Macmillan 2012; US$ 95.00

    This book explores an under-researched body of work from the early decades of the twentieth century, connecting plays, performances and practitioners together in dynamic dialogues. Moving across national, generational and social borders, the book reads experiments in Britain during this period alongside theatrical innovations overseas. more...

  • Mr Strangelove: Peter Sellersby Ed Sikov

    Pan Macmillan UK 2003; US$ 16.35

    Peter Sellers was a genius, whose unique mastery created enduring comic characters. But behind the man that could make the world laugh was a tragic sadness. Employing his creations as masks to hide behind, Sellers was convinced his own life was meaningless and empty. Acclaimed biographer Ed Sikov has spoken to many who knew and worked with Sellers,... more...

  • Odin Teatretby Adam J. Ledger

    Palgrave Macmillan 2012; US$ 95.00

    Focusing on Odin Teatret's latest work, this discussion is updated by drawing on fresh research. The group's productions since 2000 are included and the book offers a reassessment of Odin's actor training. Its community work and legacy are discussed and Barba's intercultural practice is viewed alongside two major Theatrum Mundi productions. more...

  • The Cambridge Companion to Victorian and Edwardian Theatreby Kerry Powell

    Cambridge University Press 2004; US$ 32.00

    This 2004 Companion examines the world of the Victorian theatre: the audiences, playwrights, actors, and music. more...

  • Bruceby Jules Stenson

    John Blake 2012; US$ 18.99

    Sir Bruce Forsyth, know more affectionately as Brucie, is one of Britain's best-loved stars and a true national treasure. From hosting game shows, such as The Price is Right and You Bet!, to presenting talent competitions and variety shows, he has lit up television screens for decades, attracted record-breaking audiences and captured the heart of... more...