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Biography, Autobiography, and Memoirs: Actors
Edwin Booth was arguably the preeminent American actor of his time, living at a time when actors performed primarily on stage, in theaters. Today, and in the recent past, actors perform in a variety of forums, e.g. stage, film, television, and other media. The actors represented in the books below, may have had (or have) diverse careers, but all have made significant contributions to theatre.
This book follows the career of the producer/director of such shows as Pyjama Game, Damn Yankees, Fiddler of the Roof and West Side Story and who has collaborated in many productions of Stephen Sondheim's works.
A discussion of the work of playwright and director Richard Foreman. The anthology includes a collection of reviews tracing Foreman's reception from the 1960s to today, a series of informative interviews, a selection of critical essays, and a selection of Foreman's writings (including the complete text of My Head Was a Sledgehammer). The book also offers a chronology of Foreman's career, a bibliography and 20 photographs from his plays.