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book of theatrical anecdotes
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At its best, life in the theatre has provided us with some of the most hilarious, wicked, and interesting stories. In "Theatrical Anecdotes", drama teacher and critic Peter Hay has selected many of the best, listed under such headings as child actors, auditions, exit lines, and much more. A sentence or two by the editor sets the stage in each case, thereby giving the reader a sense of context, as well as making the anecdotal material that much more palatable. Teachers needing to add spice to their lectures, speakers to their presentations, writers to their books, will find this work invaluable.
Ethan Mordden has taught at Yale University and is the author of numerous books, including The American Theatre, A Guide to Orchestral Music, Broadway Babies, Opera in the Twentieth Century, and A Guide to Opera Recordings. There are several books of opera anecdotes in print, but I am particularly partial to this one. Reviews: The book includes images capturing the band on stage, backstage and in candid moments while on the road. Queen guitarist Brian May and drummer Roger Taylor, as well as Preston, have contributed their own recollections and anecdotes to the book.
This book is a joy to read, whether you love theatre as an audience member, work in the theatre, or simply want to learn more about the theatre. Ken Bloom, a world class theatre historian, writes entertainingly and accessibly about Broadway, with a cornucopia of anecdotes involving some of Broadway's greatest practitioners/5(18). Urban Legends and Anecdotes of the Theatre #20 Posted: 3/27/13 at am HONEY, if every queen who claimed to have tied up Sondheim in his sex dungeon went to see "Passion" it .
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This is the ultimate anthology of theatrical anecdotes, edited by lifelong theatre-lover Gyles Brandreth in the Oxford tradition, and covering every kind of theatrical story and experience from the age of Shakespeare and Marlowe to the age of Stoppard and Mamet, from Richard Burbage to Richard Briers, from Nell Gwynn to Daniel Day-Lewis, from Sarah Bernhardt to Judi s, playwrights.
Gyles Brandreth's extraordinary labour of love through years of theatre and the words, wisdom and anecdotes that live on with emotive clarity.
Theatrical anecdotes are almost as old as the theatre itself. For much of its 2,year history, the stage has teemed with real characters and real stories as fascinating as any created by a dramatist. Ranging from the age of Aristophanes to the time of Tennessee Williams, this book is a motherlode of tales about backstage rivalries, thespian 5/5(2).
The Everyman Book Of Theatrical Anecdotes book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.4/5. Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: This anthology, covering a myriad of disasters, observations, repartee and larger-than-life characters, contains nearly theatrical anecdotes, by and about the great names of the theatre.
Theatrical anecdotes are almost as old as the theatre itself. For much of its 2,year history, the stage has teemed with real characters and real stories as fascinating as any created by a dramatist. Ranging from the age of Aristophanes to the time of Tennessee Williams, this book is a motherlode of tales about backstage rivalries, thespian eccentricity, the parsimony of producers, and.
Lebrecht definitely has a "nose" for vivid and illuminating anecdotes, and he worked very hard to find them. Ostensibly, the book is specifically about classical music, but I think it goes beyond this and is informative about human nature.
My one caveat is that I think Lebrecht is over-optimistic in the preface about whether the anecdotes are true/5(8). Precomandă cartea The Oxford Book of Theatrical Anecdotes de Gyles Brandreth la prețul de lei, discount 7% cu livrare prin curier oriunde în România. Welcome in our site.
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This book was never going to appeal to a massive audience; only if you're in the theatre would most of these stories interest you, I think. Most of the anecdotes are about the way things work behind the scenes, whether it be about feuds between actors, fumbling your lines when you're on stage, what superstitions and rituals you have to go through before a performance or being afraid that /5.
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The tradition of telling theatrical anecdotes extends back in time almost as far as the theater itself. For much of its 2,year history, the stage has housed real characters and real stories as fascinating as any created by a dramatist. Ranging from the age of Aristophanes to the time of Tennessee Williams, this book offers a motherlode of 5/5(2).
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 5. The book of theatrical anecdotes by Fitzgerald, Percy Hetherington, Publication date  Topics Actors -- England, Theater -- England History Publisher London, New York, G. Routledge and sons Collection cdl; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor University of California Libraries Language English.
AddeddatePages: "Ken Bloom's new book is a thoroughly delightful tribute to what makes the theatre great -- the passion, creativity, craziness, and sadness, too. I loved it!"--Charles Strouse "Opening Ken Bloom's book is like popping a cork of vintage champagne where every bubble bursts with delicious anecdotes from Broadway's best!/5(48).
Book of theatrical anecdotes. London, New York, G. Routledge and Sons  (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Percy Fitzgerald. Although the book brims with the glittering and the glamourous, Peter Hay does not neglect those legions of near-anonymous players and professionals without whom the stars would not be stars and the theatre could not exist.
The ideal gift book for anyone who has ever been stage-struck, Theatrical Anecdotes is both richly entertaining and.Oral traditions have always been a major focus of the project, and "Foxfire Story" puts them center stage, bringing together a selection of tales, jokes, anecdotes, oral histories, songs and.Peter Hay has taught drama at several universities and is the author of a number of books such as Ordinary Heroes and several anecdote books including Theatrical Anecdotes.
He is founding artistic director and dramaturge at First Stage, a non-profit theatre group in Los Angeles.