Performing Arts

    < 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 > 
    The Actor Uncovered
    By Michael Howard
    (Allworth Press)
    The Actor Uncovered is certainly not a set of rigid rules advocating one "method" or one singular "truth." Departing from the common guidebook format, Michael Howard uses a unique approach to teaching acting, reflecting on his own history and sharing his own experiences as an actor, director, and teacher.... [READ MORE]
    The Business of Broadway
    An Insider’s Guide to Working, Producing, and Investing in the World’s Greatest Theatre Community
    By Mitch Weiss, By Perri Gaffney
    (Allworth Press)
    New York’s Broadway theatre scene has long been viewed as the top of the heap in the world theatre community. Taking lessons from the very best, this innovative guide delves into the business side of the renowned industry to explain just how its system functions. For anyone interested in pursuing a career... [READ MORE]
    What Are You Laughing At?
    How to Write Humor for Screenplays, Stories, and More
    By Brad Schreiber, Foreword by Chris Vogler
    (Allworth Press)
    “People have forgotten how to be funny,” says Chris Vogler in his foreword to What Are You Laughing at? Luckily, experienced and award-winning humor writer Brad Schreiber is here to remind us all how it’s done. If laughter is the best medicine, be prepared to feel fit as a fiddle after perusing these... [READ MORE]
    Acting the Song
    Student Companion Ebook
    By Tracey Moore, By Allison Bergman
    (Allworth Press)
    Used in tandem with Acting the Song: Performance for the Musical Theatre, this Student Companion Ebook guides students through three semesters (beginning, intermediate, and advanced) of musical theatre song study. It answers the many questions students using this method may have, including some that... [READ MORE]
    Technical Theater for Nontechnical People
    By Drew Campbell
    (Allworth Press)
    Completely updated to reflect state-of-the-art standards in today's fast-changing theater technology, Technical Theater for Nontechnical People helps actors, dancers, playwrights, and directors to understand every aspect of a traditional and digitally supported backstage environment-from scenery, lighting,... [READ MORE]
    Acting in LA
    How to Become a Working Actor in Hollywood
    By Kristina Sexton
    (Allworth Press)
    Each year, hundreds of aspiring and experienced actors head to LA hoping to make it big in Hollywood. While many of them have their acting chops in shape, few realize what it actually takes to survive in Tinseltown. Even if they happen to make it onto a set, many are clueless about what’s expected of... [READ MORE]
    Broadway General Manager
    Demystifying the Most Important and Least Understood Role in Show Business
    By Peter Bogyo
    (Allworth Press)
    An Insider's Guide to the Business Side of Show Biz Broadway General Manager is a fascinating, insightful, and entertaining glimpse into the normally closed world of theatrical general management. Penned by veteran Broadway insider Peter Bogyo, readers will gain an appreciation and understanding of what... [READ MORE]
    Movement for Actors (Second Edition)
    Edited by Nicole Potter, Edited by Barbara Adrian, Edited by Mary Fleischer
    (Allworth Press)
    In this updated rich resource for actors, renowned movement teachers and directors reveal the physical skills needed for the stage and the screen. Readers will gain remarkable insights into the physical skills and techniques used in a wide variety of performance styles through ready-to-use exercises... [READ MORE]
    The Actor's Guide to Self-Marketing
    How to Brand and Promote Your Unique Image
    By Carla Renata
    (Allworth Press)
    Stand Out from the Competition! How do actors sell their personality? What does it take to make a lasting impression? How can actors use their image to achieve their dreams? The Actor's Guide to Self-Marketing answers all these questions and more. With a background in acting and publicity, author Carla... [READ MORE]
    Hollywood Dealmaking
    Negotiating Talent Agreements for Film, TV, and New Media (Third Edition)
    By Dina Appleton, By Daniel Yankelevits
    (Allworth Press)
    "I wish I could have had this book when I was starting out in the business. An invaluable reference work." —Alan Poul, Executive Producer, Six Feet Under The legal resources of studios and networks are legendary, often intimidating independent producers, writers, actors, directors, agents, and others... [READ MORE]
    < 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 > 

Back to top