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Depicts the reality of American theatrical creation, exemplified by the career of play producer Leland Hayward, a charismatic personality whose achievements and exploits provided almost daily media fodder. The introduction traces the evolution of the American play producer from actor/manager into…read more

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This is the first book in English on Italy's leading director, Giorgio Strehler. For the past half century, Strehler has been an influential and integral part of European theatrical life as founder of Italy's leading repertory theater, the Piccolo Teatro in Milan, director of the Paris-based…read more

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Designed primarily for use by students and theatre generalists, this volume contains biographical sketches, arranged alphabetically, of over 300 individuals distinguished for their stage directing. It includes both contemporary directors and those who are no longer working. Emphasis is on artists…read more

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"This wise volume, written by a veteran director and observer of premodern plays, offers good advice for neophyte and experienced directors." Choiceread more

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William Saroyan, one of the most prolific writers in America, was the first playwright to win simultaneously both the New York Drama Critics' Circle award and the Pulitzer Prize in playwriting for The Time of Your Life in 1940. In spite of his success, he quickly disappeared from the public eye.…read more

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The first edition of Directing in the Theatre represented a pioneering effort in its field. Now, the revised edition offers an expanded array of materials for use in the study of directing. There are new cases about censorship, non-traditional casting, theater safety, ethics, and other subjects of…read more

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(Limelight). Director, scenic designer, producer, author, educator and pioneer, Norris Houghton has done virtually everything a non-actor can do in the theatre except write a play. His has been a long and wonderfully eventful life, lived among the gifted, the wise, the wealthy, and the powerful;…read more

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This multifaceted study, the companion volume to Leiter's From Stanislavsky to Barrault: Representative Directors of the European Stage (Greenwood Press, 1991), provides exhaustively detailed, yet compact accounts of the careers and accomplishments of eight outstanding directors of the…read more

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Margaret Webster presided over many firsts in the American theater. She was the first woman to direct Shakespearean plays on Broadway, she was one of the founders of the American Repertory Theatre, she was active in the beginning of the Off-Broadway movement, and she wrote an assortment of…read more

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In this engaging and lively book, Elizabeth Shafer captures a sense of the creative world of women directing Shakespeare. She explores the works of such prestigious directors as Joan Littlewood, actress and director Dame Judi Dench, Gale Edwards, and Jude Kelley, and she looks at a variety of…read more

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Jonathan Miller is one of the most important directors of theater and opera today. Written with Miller's full cooperation and with access to rehearsals, this is the first book to explore his work in depth. Michael Romain examines this significant career in theater through a series of interviews…read more

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From her own knowledge of Blin's rigorous working habits, from interviews with close associates, and Blin's own rare statements, production notes and drawings, Odette Aslan has pieced together the history of Blin's work as actor, critic, and director, his relationship with playwrights and…read more