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Wicked Stage

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A legendary blue diamond is the target, but Adam has bigger plans for Jess in this West Endset finale to Michelle Dayton's Strange Tango series Dealing with prima donna theater people and his uncle Tony's gang of thugs wasn't quite how Adam pictured his first holiday season with Jess. Especially not now, when he's made up his mind about things. Forever-type things. But it's the job of a lifetime: Tony plans to steal the Bulgarian Blue, an enormous blue diamond allegedly owned by one of Britain's most famously fickle directors. Choosing to stay in London with Adam over the holidays was a big step for Jess. Infiltrating the cast of their target's West End production while Adam puts his role-playing experience to good use as an understudy is bigger. But she and Adam are all or nothing, and there's no way she'll let him play this one alone. In fact, Jess can't imagine letting Adam play anything alone anymore. On fronts both financial and personal, this is the riskiest venture Jess and Adam have ever embarked upon. On a snowy New Year's Eve they'll never forget, they'll need to be on top of their gametogetherto save London's hottest play, rob the city's biggest jerk and find their happily-ever-after. This book is approximately 38,000 words One-click with confidence. This title is part of the Carina Press Romance Promise : all the romance you're looking for with an HEA/HFN. It's a promise!
Category: Fiction. ISBN: 9781488081125

Stage Kiss

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An enchanting new comedy by Pulitzer Prize finalist Sarah Ruhl.
Category: Family & Relationships. ISBN: 9781559364133

Stage Land

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Jerome K Jerome's Stage Land is a literary work of a very particular form. It consists of a number of sketches (14) each speaking about one typical character of late-nineteenth-century theatre. Hence, Stage Land is presented as a kind of dramatis personae or a catalog that offers minute descriptions of the hero, the villain, the heroine, the comic man, etc. The presentation, in which Jerome parodies stereotypical prejudices, conceptions and notions, is highly humorous and cheerful. The narrative tone gives the impression that such elements of drama are deliberately exaggerated, which makes them unfaithful to the reality of things. The title of the work evokes the huge difference between the inhabitants of the real world and those of this fanciful land which seems to be governed by different rules. Indeed, the behavior and habits of Jerome's listed characters make them appear either too idealistic or too wicked to be true. However, the reader of the book can easily recognize many of these characters in modern Hollywood movies and TV sitcoms.
Category: Fiction. ISBN: 9781780007274

Stage Money

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A straightforward guide to the contemporary theater business on and off Broadway
Category: Performing Arts. ISBN: 9781570039065

On Stage

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Lights, camera, play! With this second edition of On Stage: Theater Games and Activities for Kids, budding thespians will have fun under the footlights as they choose from more than 125 theater games that spark creativity, boost confidence, and encourage collaboration. They'll learn all about how to make a stage performance great with improvisational games such as Freeze, Party Quirks,the Yes Game, and Gibberish; they'll make puppets, discover makeup secrets, and design and build a set. This revised and expanded editionfeatures 35 new improvisational games and ready-to-use monologues, scenes, and short plays. Whether playing alone or in a group, everyone can have theater fun with On Stage!
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction. ISBN: 9781613740736

Stage Whispers

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Douglas Wilmer takes the reader inside the actor’s dressing room for this deliciously honest and beautifully written account of the trials and tribulations of working with some of the world’s most iconic stars of stage and screen.
Category: Biography & Autobiography. ISBN: 9780955656491

Stage Blood

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In 1971, Michael Blakemore joined the National Theatre as Associate Director under Laurence Olivier. The National, still based at the Old Vic, was at a moment of transition awaiting the move to its vast new home on the South Bank. Relying on generous subsidy, it would need an extensive network of supporters in high places. Olivier, a scrupulous and brilliant autocrat from a previous generation, was not the man to deal with these political ramifications. His tenure began to unravel and, behind his back, Peter Hall was appointed to replace him in 1973. As in other aspects of British life, the ethos of public service, which Olivier espoused, was in retreat. Having staged eight productions for the National, Blakemore found himself increasingly uncomfortable under Hall's regime. Stage Blood is the candid and at times painfully funny story of the events that led to his dramatic exit in 1976. He recalls the theatrical triumphs and flops, his volatile relationship with Olivier including directing him in Long Day's Journey into Night, the extravagant dinners in Hall's Barbican flat with Harold Pinter, Jonathan Miller and the other associates, the opening of the new building, and Blakemore's brave and misrepresented decision to speak out. He would not return to the National for fifteen years.
Category: Biography & Autobiography. ISBN: 9780571241385

Stage Presence

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Focusing on examples of live performance in drama, dance, opera and light entertainment, Jane Goodall explores a characteristic as compelling and enigmatic as the performers who demonstrate it. The mysterious quality of presence' in a performer has strong resonances with the uncanny. It is associated with primal, animal qualities in human individuals, but also has connotations of divinity and the supernatural, relating to figures of evil as well as heroism. Stage Presence traces these themes through theatrical history. This fascinating study also explores the blend of science and spirituality that accompanies the appreciation of human power. Performers display a magnetism of their audiences; they electrify them, exhibit mesmeric command, and develop chemistry in their communication. Case studies include: Josephine Baker, Sarah Bernhardt, Thomas Betterton, David Bowie, Maria Callas, Bob Dylan, David Garrick, Barry Humphries, Henry Irving, Vaslav Nijinsky and Paul Robeson.
Category: Drama. ISBN: 9780415395946

Stage Lighting

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Stage Lighting: Design Applications and More builds upon the information introduced in Stage Lighting: The Fundamentals to provide an in-depth reference to a number of specialty areas of lighting design, from traditional applications such as drama, dance, and designing for different venues, to more advanced applications such as concert, corporate, film and video, virtual, architectural/landscape, and other forms of entertainment lighting. Each chapter gives the essential background, design practices, and equipment details for each specialization, so readers can make informed decisions and ask informed questions when encountering each field. The book provides insight on the latest technology and includes profiles of prolific designers, such asJames Moody, Jeff Ravitz, Alan Adelman, and Paul Gregory. Stage Lighting: Design Applications and More is intended to help lighting designers translate their theatrical skills to other areas of lighting design, and provides guidance on how to take those initial steps into new ventures in their lighting careers.
Category: Performing Arts. ISBN: 9781138483965

Stage-Wrights

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"Yachnin's implicit claim here is that Shakespeare, Jonson, and Middleton in effect created the basic institutions of the commercial theater along with the social habitus of the cultural consumer. An important and badly needed contribution to the field of early modern studies."Ć¢Michael Bristol, McGill University
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