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New York Theater Review By Brook Stowe
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An anthology of reviews, essays and plays from New York alternative theater, 2005.
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An anthology of reviews, essays and plays from New York alternative theater, 2005.
New York Theater Review 2009 By Brook Stowe
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Our fourth annual anthology of alternative New York City theater and performance.
New York Theater Review 2009 By Brook Stowe
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Our fourth annual anthology of alternative New York City theater and performance.
New York Theater Review 2007 By Brook Stowe
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An anthology of New York alternative theater, 2006.
New York Theater Review 2008 By Brook Stowe
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NYTR’s 2008 edition contains three new plays, three original commissioned essays, an extended roundtable chat with six leading NYC theater and performance bloggers, and a sit-down give and take... More > with that singular sonic performance onslaught also known as Reggie Watts. Plays include Taylor Mac’s "The Young Ladies Of," Tommy Smith’s "White Hot," and Ping Chong & Sara Michelle Zatz’ "Undesirable Elements". In essays, theater artists Victoria Linchong, Zachary R. Mannheimer and Marya Sea Kaminski contribute fresh takes on the NYC alt-theater of today, and a look back fifty years to where it all began.< Less
New York Theater Review 2008 By Brook Stowe
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NYTR’s 2008 edition contains three new plays, three original commissioned essays, an extended roundtable chat with six leading NYC theater and performance bloggers, and a sit-down give and take... More > with that singular sonic performance onslaught also known as Reggie Watts. Plays include Taylor Mac’s "The Young Ladies Of," Tommy Smith’s "White Hot," and Ping Chong & Sara Michelle Zatz’ "Undesirable Elements". In essays, theater artists Victoria Linchong, Zachary R. Mannheimer and Marya Sea Kaminski contribute fresh takes on the NYC alt-theater of today, and a look back fifty years to where it all began.< Less
The New York Actor Journal By Matthew Kilgore
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Use this journal to become a more organized actor. Fill in each page to remind you of what you sang, what you wore, who was in the room, and other details of your audition. There is also space to... More > record feedback, callback information, and job offer details.< Less
Dream Theater: Rock Icons By Cindy Washington
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The technically skilled guitar playing of John Petrucci elevated Dream Theater to the upper echelons of modern heavy metal. While its schedule has actually constantly developed, the Long Island-based... More > quintet has actually consistently delivered sharp-edged music. Dream Theater is understood for its high-energy show performances. While they have actually released numerous live albums-- Live at the Marquee, taped at the London club; Live in Japan, recorded throughout the New music in Progress tour in 1993; and a triple CD and DVD, Live Scenes from New York-- they continue to be one of heavy metal's most bootlegged bands. Dream Theater: Early Years Originally named Majesty by Berklee University of Music students Petrucci, bassist John Myung, and drummer Mike Portnoy, the band soon broadened with the addition of keyboard player Kevin Moore and vocalist Chris Collins. Releasing an eight-tune demo, Majesty Demo, as Majesty, the team offered 1,000 copies within 6 months.< Less
The Lost Movie Theaters of Southeastern Brooklyn By Richard Grayson
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In these five autobiographical pieces, award-winning short story writer Richard Grayson explores the Brooklyn of his childhood and adolescence. "The Lost Movie Theaters of Southeastern Brooklyn... More > and Rockaway Beach" and "Branch Libraries of Southeastern Brooklyn" return to the venues where a boy in love with films and books learned about life. "Three Scenes from My Life (With Special Guest Star Truman Capote)" is an episodic tale about adolescent encounters with the famed author. "Seven Men Who Made Me Happy" recounts how watching soap operas over several decades can be a lifesaver, and "Melissa and the Good Legislator" juxtaposes the story of a gay college student who managed to get a girl pregnant and the courageous New York State assemblyman who came to the young couple's rescue. In these memoirs, previously published in online magazines like Mississippi Review and Eyeshot, Grayson weaves funny, quirky, poignant memories into a portrait of a baby boom teenager in Brooklyn before the borough became cool.< Less