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Bogar, Thomas A. - Thomas Hamblin and the Bowery Theatre, ebook

Thomas Hamblin and the Bowery Theatre

Bogar, Thomas A.


Table of contents
1. Introduction
Thomas A. Bogar
2. “He Is Yet Very Young, Both in Years and Practice”
Thomas A. Bogar
3. “Let Those Who View This Sad Example Know/What Fate Attends the Broken Marriage Vow”
Thomas A. Bogar

Rackin, Phyllis - Shakespeare and Women, ebook

Shakespeare and Women

Rackin, Phyllis


Shakespeare and Women challenges a number of current assumptions about Shakespeare and women, including the women in his family, the women who worked in the London theatre industry, the female characters in his plays, and the dark lady of the Sonnets. Copying

Hillman-McCord, Jessica - iBroadway, ebook


Hillman-McCord, Jessica


Musical Theatre in the Digital Age
Jessica Hillman-McCord
Part I. Creating Musicals and the Digital
2. Connection in an Isolating Age: Looking Back on Twenty Years of Engaging Audiences and Marketing Musical Theatre Online
Laura MacDonald
3. The

Mitchell, Rick - Brecht in L.A., ebook

Brecht in L.A.

Mitchell, Rick


Sixty-one years after Bertolt Brecht's observation, Los Angeles—which now has more small theatres than any city in the United States—often offers plays that venture beyond the strict confines of realism and naturalism. In Hollywood, however, these forms have maintained a stranglehold

Roberts, Christine - Tormented Minds, ebook

Tormented Minds

Roberts, Christine


This country has a healthy tourist industry, despite its human rights atrocities, and is also seeking to secure trade deals. The play explores the duplicity of Western countries when dealing with and selling torture equipment to regimes that they know to be involved