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by Jack BaiesiThe book is a collection of designs obtained by old Puck's covers. These designs can be colored and this activity can relax the designer
by Mike KimmelActing Scenes for Kids and Tweens is a collection of 60 original comedy and drama scripts for younger actors. The dialogues feature clean language and family-friendly, real-life scenarios. They are ideal for teaching, rehearsing, and auditioning for stage and screen. All scenes are gender-neutral, allowing every role in every scene to be performed by both male and female acting students. The scripts are varied, with shorter and longer selections, comical and more serious topics, and co... more
by Kenneth Atchity and Chi-Li WongThis manual is a step by step guide to writing the perfect treatment, and to using it to perfect your dramatic art and market your work to entertainment buyers and gatekeepers. As Hollywood insiders know, the first step in selling your story idea for film or television is preparing a treatment, the brief pitch that sells the concept to a busy producer or agent. Now including updates on the latest trends in the industry, writers-producers Kenneth Atchity and Chi-Li Wong tell readers everythi... more
by Kenneth AtchityThrough the expanding influence of the Internet and the corporatization of both publishing and entertainment, the process of getting your book to the big screen has gotten more complicated, more eccentric, and more exciting. This little book aims to help you figure out how to get your story told on big screens or small.
by Mike Kimmel
This is the new book from the author of Scenes for Teens and Acting Scenes for Kids and Tweens.
Monologues for Teens is a collection of 60 original monologues on a wide variety of topics. They are designed to help teenage actors reach, stretch and stand out from the crowd. Each individual piece is gender-neutral and may be performed equally well by both male and female actors. These monolog... more
by Nick FisherThey say marriage is made in heaven, but then again so is thunder and lightning, and no doubt if you were to ask those that came up with the jokes in this book they’d probably tell you that their marriage was made in HELL! Split into two parts - Husband - Wife / Wife - Husband - this book contains the best jokes there are about marriage. Some are old, some are new, some are re-written and some are blue - and some are fairly filthy, sexist, slightly offensive, and not very P.C! And if you’re mar... more
by Erin Coughlin
Award nominated writer/ producer Erin Coughlin presents the first in a new series of interactive movie guides designed to help you say "Goodbye!" to evenings of aimlessly ping-ponging between streaming services, apps, and television channels . Now movie enthusiasts of every genre can plan an evening of great entertainment- whether they are flying solo, hosting a movie night with friends and family, or planning a romantic evening with someone special. Each chapter con... more
by Angela Collins-ThomasJacob has an amazing imagination that takes him on many adventures. When his mother gets a new job and leaves him with a nanny, he puts it to work on making her quit. But after his schemes go too far, his mother and nanny turn the tables and team up to teach him a lesson he won't soon forget. Welcome to the first in The Misadventures of Jacob.
by Sean OliverIf you thought the world of pro wrestling was wild, imagine what you haven’t seen on TV and in the ring. Add to that the backdrop of building a renegade production company, negotiating with impossible wrestling talent, and hosting groundbreaking, shoot-style programming, and you have the story of Sean Oliver. Sean has seen industry-wide accolades for the company he co-founded and for which he serves as frontman. But there are also the threats, stories of abuse, and moments of downright hilari... more
by Rae A. StonehouseIn this practical, easy to use book, Rae Stonehouse a.k.a. Mr. Emcee puts the "Master" in Master of Ceremonies. He shares tips & techniques that he has learned over the years in becoming a dynamic Master of Ceremonies. By reading this book you will learn: * How to take charge of any event. * How to organize yourself so that everyone will know that you are in charge! * How to think logistically, from several different perspectives. * How to create agendas that work. * Stage management te... more
by Francesca Garnett and Lisa BankoffWhat we really wanted now was to find some work singing ‘live’ and we used to go around Soho asking in the cafes and clubs if they were interested in having us sing there. It was during one of these excursions that we had an amazing stroke of luck. I couldn’t believe my eyes. We were standing on the pavement waiting to cross the road and I recognized John Lennon and Paul McCartney who were just going inside a café on the other side of the street. Of course, there was a mad discussion about what ... more
by Jewel HartAngie’s widowed Aunt Ida decides to embark on a career talking to the spirits, and use her powers to help her family and friends. Angie worries that something crazy might happen. And it does.
by MATTHEW HAHN
by MATTHEW HAHNThe Marx Brothers always seemed cartoonish. Small wonder that film animators plucked their personas from their first appearances in The Cocoanuts (1929) and Animal Crackers (1930) and caricatured them in countless animated appearances in theatrical cartoons. Their animated likenesses have since been wisecracking in television cartoons, direct-to-video movies, fan films, commercials, flip books, avatars, emoji, a slot machine, and two TV pilots so rare they were once thought not to exist. ... more
by D.L. TraceyThe hectic, sad, ever so funny, you must be kidding me life of a waiter and the day-to-day life of survival in the restaurant industry. This book will teach a guest how to eat for free with just a few key phrases. Truly understand what your waitstaff is thinking about you as they approach your table and through-out your meal. Waitstaff are the true first responders of the restaurant industry. We must be at your table no matter what is happening in our life’s. Heck we must be at your table ev... more