FILM-NORTH & VIRTUAL THEATRE
[ advertising space : webmaster ]
BANNERS + POPUPS + LINKS
Well, I did ignore this directory all together! Look -- Russia, Travel, History? Wow! Mess!
Wrong way to do run it, the bookstore.
Of course, Theatre w/Anatoly has its own book directory!
Audition Speeches for Men by Jean Marlow, Elizabeth Ewing
Audition Speeches for Women by Jean Marlow
The Ultimate Scene Study Series: 103 Short Scenes for Three Actors (The Ultimate Scene Study Series) by Wilma Marcus Chandler
The Ultimate Scene Study Series: 104 Scenes for Four Actors (The Ultimate Scene Study Series) by Wilma Marcus Chandler
The Best Men's Stage Monologues of 1999 (Best Men's Stage Monologues) by Jocelyn E. Beard
The Flip Side II: 64 More Point-Of-View Monologs for Teens by Heather H. Henderson
The Way I See It: Fifty Values-Oriented Monologs for Teens by Kimberly A. McCormick
Changing Circumstances: An Acting Manual With 24 Scenes by Lorinne Vozoff
Extreme Exposure: An Anthology of Solo Performance Texts from the Twentieth Century by Jo Bonney (Editor)
The Ultimate Audition Book for Teens 2: 111 One-Minute Monologues (Young Actor Series) by L. E. McCullough, L. E. McCollough
Tough Acts to Follow: 75 Monologs for Teens by Shirley Ullom
Teens Have Feelings, Too!: 100 Monologs for Young Performers by Deborah Karczewski
Scenes for Women by Women by Tori Haring-Smith
Monologues from the Road: Audition and Performance Pieces by Lavonne Mueller
99 Film Scenes for Actors by Angela Nicholas
Tight - Spots: True-To-Life Monolog Characterizations for Student Actors by Diana M. Howie
Creating Your Own Monologue by Glenn Alterman
Magnificent Monologues for Kids (Hollywood 101) by Chambers Stevens
Theatre for Young Audiences: 20 Great Plays for Children by Coleman A. Jennings (Editor), Maurice Sendak
Alternative Shakespeare Auditions for Men by Simon Dunmore (Editor), William Shakespeare
Contemporary American Monologues for Women by Todd London
Contemporary American Monologues for Men by Todd London
Two-Minute Monologs: Original Audition Scenes for Professional Actors by Glenn Alterman, Theodore O. Zapel
The First Folio Speeches for Men (Oberon Books) by Patrick Tucker
The Flip Side: 64 Point-Of-View Monologs for Teens by Heather H Henderson, Ted Zapel
Monologues on Black Life by Gus Edwards
222 Monologues 2 minutes and under:The Ultimate Audition Book by Jocelyn A. Beard
More Monologues for Women, by Women by Tori Haring-Smith
Classical Audition Speeches for Women by Jean Marlow
Classical Audition Speeches for Men by Jean Marlow
Spotlight: Solo Scenes for Student Actors by Stephanie S. Fairbanks
Actresses' Audition Speeches: For All Ages and Accents by Jean Marlow (Editor) (Paperback - September 1995)
Actors' Audition Speeches: For All Ages and Accents by Jean Marlow
By Actors, for Actors: A Collection of Original Monologues and Performance Pieces by Catherine Gaffigan
The Book of Scenes for Aspiring Actors by Marsh Cassady
The Book of Monologues for Aspiring Actors by Marsh Cassady
Duo: The Best Scenes of the 90's (Applause Acting Series) by John Horvath (Editor)
Get in the Act!: 60 Monologs, Dialogs and Skits for Teens by Shirley Ullom
100 Great Monologues from the Renaissance Theatre (Monologue Audition Series) by Jocelyn A. Beard (Editor)
100 Great Monologues from the Neo-Classical Theater (Monologue Audition Series) by Jocelyn A. Beard (Editor)
100 Great Monologues from the 19th Century Romantic and Realistic Theatres (Monologue Audition Series) by Jocelyn A. Beard (Editor)
Play It Again!: More One-Act Plays for Acting Students by Norman A. Bert (Editor), Deb Bert (Editor)
One on One: The Best Women's Monologues for the Nineties (Applause Acting Series) by Jack Temchin (Editor)
Uptown/Character Monologues for Actors (The Monologue Audition) by Glenn Alterman
The Best Men's Stage Monologues of 1992 (The Monologue Audition) by Jocelyn A. Beard
100 Monologues: An Audition Sourcebook from New Dramatists by Laura Harrington (Editor)
By Actors, for Actors: A Collection of Original Monologues and Scenes by Catherine Gaffigan
One Hundred Men's Stage Monologues from the 1980's (Monologue Audition Series) by Joselyn A. Beard (Editor)
The Soaps: Scene Stealing Scenes for Actors by Karen Dent, Arthur L. Zapel (Editor)
The Scenebook for Actors: Great Monologs and Dialogs from Contemporary and Classical Theatre by Norman A. Bert (Editor)
Doubletalk: 50 Comedy Duets for Actors by Bill Majeski
57 Original Auditions for Actors: A Workbook of Monologs for Professional and Non-Professional Actors by Eddie Lawrence, Jason Robards
Soliloquy! the Shakespeare Monologues Women (Applause Acting Series) by Michael Earley (Editor)
High School Monologues They Haven't Heard by Roger Karshner
The Actor's Book of Movie Monologues by Marisa Smith
The Actor's Book of Scenes from New Plays by Eric Lane (Editor), Nina Shengold
Great Scenes and Monologues for Actors by Michael Schulman (Editor), Eva Mekler
The Audition Sourcebook: Do's, Don'ts, and an Online Guide to 2,100+ Monologues and Musical Excerpts by Randall Richardson, Don Sandley
Baseball Monologues by Lavonne Mueller (Editor)
Monologues from Literature: A Sourcebook for Actors by Marisa Smith (Editor), Kristin Graham (Editor)
Scenes and Monologues from the New American Theater by Frank Pike (Editor), Thomas G. Dunn
Monologues for Actors of Color: Men by Roberta Uno
Original Audition Scenes for Actors: A Collection of Professional-Level Short Scenes by Garry Michael Kluger, Bobby Hoffman
2 Character Plays for Student Actors: A Collection of 15 One-Act Plays by Robert Mauro, Gary Burghoff (Introduction)
All Gall: Malicious Monologues & Ruthless Recitations (Tour De Farce, V. 6) by Norman R. Shapiro (Editor), David Schor
The Best Stage Scenes of 1999 (Best Stage Scenes) by Jocelyn A. Beard (Editor), Joanne Genadio (Editor)
Monologues from Classic Plays: 468 B.C. to 1960 A.D. (The Monologue Audition Series) by Jocelyn A. Beard (Editor), David Esbjornson
Notesnew from amazon (2007)
1. This page was made before vtheatre.net/books directory (Schnitzler, playwright, picture above, hyperlinked). Before I made books and biblio pages in every directory (acting I, II, III, Directing, Drama). Consider it a doorway page to theatre books and do not expect updates.
2. Most titles are linked to Amazon.com and Questia.com! Or use search function (google does my sies too).
3. My Books and/or Textbooks are not updated.
4. For updates see NEW pages (also, in every directory).
5. HTMLgears (listings) are from the previous generation of my webpages, but the links are current.
6. At the bottom is support pages such as books, appendix, links, references, and etc.
7. My mailing list is the top under general directories. I mail out news with Anatoly twice/three times a year. Also, see filmplus.org/anatoly -- a blog I have.
8. Need more? Subscribe to forums I still use for classes I teach, look at archives, post your intro and questions. There are some pages for cyber students.
9. Many, many good sites and pages out there (links I try to list them, as I see them). Check out the your link page and submit, if you are webmaster (moderated lists).
Theatre on the Web:
The book I need to get...
I teach theatre and use the "book pages" as a reference and reading lists. I do put commercial links on my pages (not anymore), like Browse Textbooks (B&N), because they are organized and I am not. I can't spend that much time to it searchable and develop the categories (monologue, scenes, plays, and so on).amazon.com * Mining Film: Books & Links * Listen, theatre is art. More. Theatre deals with literature. Good theatre -- with great dramatic literature. What does it mean? With the ideas! You better read the great thinkers of the past to have your great ideas for the present!
Even the "books directories" are the new pages (2000) and in a non-business mode it takes months and years for such a "service" page to mature.
Originally, I was placing the books links on one page, then I try to put them on "subject" pages, but the websites grew and it became very difficult to mantain individual pages. Finally, I organized each directory as a WeBook with the title page and intro. If you saw the oldest Theatre w/Anatoly, you noticed that Acting, Directing, Script and etc. became online textbooks. Maybe this arrangement could help me to keep it under control. I try to collect all my two plus years of webbing experience under the title Webman's Diary.
Illustrated Theatre Production Guide: Illustrated Theatre Production Guide contains a brief history of physical theatres and the development of various forms such as thrust, proscenium, and black box venues. Operation of theatre equipment is covered in detail in the chapters on rigging and curtains. Instructions for operating a fly system and basic stagehand skills such as knot tying and drapery folding, are clearly outlined. The use of metal tubing as a structural element is explored as an alternative to wooden scenery. The chapter on lighting discusses electrical theory as well as the practical aspects of hanging and focusing lights. The final chapter in Illustrated Theatre Production Guide is a compilation of many different projects that are easy to approach and to complete, and have practical value for a theatre group. $24 0240804937
The Production Notebooks: Theatre in Process (Theatre in Process, Vol 1): (Paperback)
Theatre Audiences: A Theory of Production and Reception: Susan Bennett's highly successful Theatre Audiences is a unique full-length study of the audience as cultural phenomenon. It considers both theories of spectatorship and the practices of different theatres and their audiences. Published here in a new updated edition, Theatre Audiences now includes a new preface by the author, a new chapter on intercultural theatre, a revised conclusion encompassing the influences of cultural materialism and psychoanalysis on audience theory, as well as an updated bibliography. A must for anyone interested in spectatorship and theatre audiences.
Create Your Own Stage Production Company: The practical, step-by-step guidance packed into this book shows aspiring theatrical producers just how to set up and run a successful stage company. Starting with forming a company, the author explains how to establish and fund a budget; book a stage venue; obtain necessary licenses and insurance; see that health/safety regulations are in compliance with local laws; then cast, rehearse, and put the show on view for the public and critics. Details on the duties of the house manager, stage manager, technical crew, and box office help are all included, along with tips on publicizing and promoting shows.
How to Run a Theater: A Witty, Practical, and Fun Guide to Arts Management: The definitive arts management guide, this book is written with tremendous insight and humor and packed with dozens of lists, such as "22 Wonderful Ways to Improve Your Life in the Theater" and "20 Distractions that Erode Productivity." It provides information on improving an organization by building audiences, bolstering fundraising, and tightening finances. Also covered are tips for solidifying relationships with boards, volunteers, communities, and colleagues. It's all here, from managing one's own life, working with a board of trustees, and managing a team to negotiating, fundraising, marketing, and financial management. This resource will appeal to all those who work in arts management-from novices to veteran middle managers and executive directors.
Stage Management (7th Edition) (Paperback): The "bible" in the field of stage management, this book is a practical examination of the role of the stage manager in overall theater production. Full of practical aids such as websites and email addresses in every chapter, checklists, diagrams, glossaries, and step-by-step directions, this volume has been used and admired by students and theater professionals alike. It eschews excessive discussion about method or philosophy and, instead, gets right to the essential materials and processes of putting on a production. Perhaps most importantly, Stern has continued to keep pace with the technological and professional developments affecting the stage. For theatre professionals, or anyone with an interest in stage management/ theatre management.
2006 Theatre UAF Season: Godot'06 --
Film-North * Anatoly Antohin
© 2005 by vtheatre.net. Permission to link to this site is granted.
books.google.com + scholar.google.com
Film Books amazon
* Theatre Books directory * Live Writing Advice * Save This Page