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  • Voice Development for the Stage

    Author: Dunn, Kathleen S.

    Unknown.

    No. of copies in library catalogue: 1

     

  • Take Your Characters on a Profound Journey

    Category:
    • Script Theory
    Author: Lukeman, Noah

    Focuses on how a writer takes a character into a journey. Differences between profound journeys and surface journeys; Obstacles to action; Common surface journeys that can help bring about a character’s change.

    No. of copies in library catalogue: 1

  • Pictures of Michael Chekov

    Category:
    • Script Theory
    Author: Anonymous, Anonymous

    Unknown.

    No. of copies in library catalogue: 1

  • Playing and Performing Shakespeare

    Category:
    • Script Theory
    Author: Anonymous, Anonymous

    Unknown.

    No. of copies in library catalogue: 1

  • On the Artistic Originality of Bertolt Brecht’s Drama

    Category:
    • Script Theory
    Author: Fradkin, I.

    Unknown.

    No. of copies in library catalogue: 1

  • Dialect Reference Workbook

    Category:
    • Script Theory
    Author: Ross-Sullivan, Deborah

    Unknown.

    No. of copies in library catalogue: 1

  • How to Speak Shakespearean

    Category:
    • Script Theory
    Author: Unknown, Unknown

    Unknown.

    No. of copies in library catalogue: 1

     

  • Duse and The French

    Category:
    • Script Theory
    Author: Mapes, Victor

    A comparative study between two of history’s greatest actresses Eleonara Duse and Sarah Bernhardt.

    No. of copies in library catalogue: 1

  • Creative Drama and Speech Development Course

    Category:
    • Script Theory
    Author: MMI, MMI

    Unknown.

    No. of copies in library catalogue: 1

  • The Adventures of The Black Girl In Her Search For God

    Category:
    • Literature
    Author: Shaw, Bernard

    The title story is a satirical allegory relating the experiences of an African black girl, freshly converted to Christianity, who takes literally the biblical injunction to “Seek and you shall find me.”[2] and attempts to seek out and actually speak to God.

    No. of copies in library catalogue: 1

  • Wrecked And Other Plays

    Category:
    • Play
    Full-length Genre: Drama Author: LaBute, Neil

    The plot centers around a man, Edward Carr, coming to terms with the death of his wife, and the dark secret that brought them together. This volume also features a collection of rarely staged short plays, including Liars Club, Coax, and the never-before-seen Falling in Like.

    No. of copies in library catalogue: 1

  • Women of Manhattan

    Category:
    • Play
    Full-length Genre: Drama Author: Shanley, John Patrick
    Total Casts: 5 Male: 2 Female: 3

    The play revolves around the lives of three women who are living in the Upper West Side of Manhattan. Rhonda has recently split with her boyfriend, Billie is married, and Judy is considered a “fag hag” by the other two as she often unknowingly dates men who turn out to be homosexual.

    No. of copies in library catalogue: 1