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  • British Avant-Garde Theatreby Claire Warden

    Palgrave Macmillan 2012; US$ 90.00

    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...

  • Odin Teatretby Adam J. Ledger

    Palgrave Macmillan 2012; US$ 90.00

    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...

  • Peter Brook: Oxford to Orghastby R. Helfer; G. Loney

    Taylor and Francis 2012; US$ 48.95

    Peter Brook is known internationally as a theatre visionary, and a daring experimenter on the cutting-edge of performance and production. This book concentrates on Brook's early years, and his innovative achievements in opera, television, film, and the theatre. His productions are viewed separately, in chronological order, suggesting Brook's developing... more...

  • Spectacle, Rhetoric and Powerby Stijn Bussels

    Editions Rodopi 2012; US$ 67.60

    In 1549, Prince Philip of Spain made his entry into Antwerp together with his father, Emperor Charles V. For this occasion the rich city of commerce was transformed into a large theatrical space with triumphal arches and tableaux vivants as stage settings. The citizens and the princes acted as actors in a splendid parade, a battle array of four thousand... more...

  • Performance, Space, Utopiaby Silvija Jestrovic

    Palgrave Macmillan 2012; US$ 90.00

    Over 20 years after the war in Yugoslavia, this book looks back at its two most iconic cities and the phenomenon of exile emerging as a consequence of living in them in the 1990s. It uses examples ranging from street interventions to theatre performances to explore the making of urban counter-sites through theatricality and utopian performatives. more...

  • A Moment Towards the End of the Playby Timothy West

    Nick Hern Books 2012; US$ 14.57

    Known – and loved – for his many TV appearances in Brass and as the embodiment of Edward VII, Thomas Beecham and Winston Churchill, Timothy West has led a charmed life as an actor, moving effortlessly between TV and stage, film and radio recordings. With his wife, Prunella Scales, and his son, Samuel, he and his family have been responsible for... more...

  • Lee Marvinby Dwayne Epstein

    Schaffner Press, Inc. 2013; US$ 14.99

    The first full-length, authoritative, and detailed story of the iconic actor's life to go beyond the Hollywood scandal-sheet reporting of earlier books, this account offers an appreciation for the man and his acting career and the classic films he starred in, painting a portrait of an individual who took great risks in his acting and career. Although... more...

  • Martin Shawby Stafford Hildred; Tim Ewbank

    John Blake 2006; US$ 10.99

    After making his name as Doyle in The Professionals in the 1970s, Martin Shaw's career has gone from strength to strength. Now the star of the BBC hit drama Judge John Deed , Martin is also currently treading the boards on the London stage in A Man for All Seasons . One of Britain's most popular and versatile actors, Martin has played more than 100 television... more...