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  • Come On Along & Listen to My Life in Theatre

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  • Broadway North: The Dream of a Canadian Musical Theatre

    by Mel Atkey
    Did you know that the idea behind the Radio City Music Hall Rockettes was first tried out in Toronto? That Canada produced the world’s longest-running annual revue? Few people realize the Canadian influences that are at the heart of American and British culture. Author Mel Atkey’s research for Broadway North included interviews with Norman and Elaine Campbell and Don Harron, creators of Anne of Green Gables-The Musical; Mavor Moore, founder of the Charlottetown Festival and of Spring Thaw; John... more
  • Breaking Into Song

    by Mel Atkey
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    by Mel Atkey
    Musical theatre is an international form, not just an American one. It can take root anywhere. Few people would realise that such hit standards as “The Glow Worm”, “Brazil”, “Mack the Knife”, “I Will Wait for You” and “El Condor Pasa” came from foreign language musicals. "His research is monumental... This is an important book on a previously undocumented area of musical theatre." -- Peter Pinne, Stage Whispers "There’s never been a better book for the armchair-traveler-theatergoer." -- P... more
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    by Sarah Cords

    Bingeworthy British Television: The Best Brit TV You Can't Stop Watching  is a companion book for anyone who takes their British television viewing seriously; it provides information about more than 100 British programs, including brief plot summaries, how long it takes to watch each series, who created and stars in each, trivia tidbits, and further viewing recommendations for each program based on what makes each show truly “bingeworthy.” The book is divided int... more

  • Greg Giraldo: A Comedian's Story

    by Matt Balaker
    Greg Giraldo was one of the most admired standup comedians of the 21st Century. This book tells his story, from his boyhood in Queens to his Ivy League education, to his decision to drop a law career to pursue standup comedy. The authors have researched his life and interviewed more than 60 people who knew Greg well - family, friends, standups, managers, and more - to produce a full picture of the brilliant yet complex figure who left the stage too soon.
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    by Ben Brykczynski
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