Performing Arts

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    Allan, Burning: A Novel
    By Donald Everett Axinn
    (Arcade Publishing)
    Happily married with two beautiful children, successful architect and avid amateur aviator Allan Daniels finds his life plummeting into a nightmare when his wife suddenly announces that she wants a separation, maybe a divorce. Then, two days later, as he is piloting a seaplane from Long Island to Key... [READ MORE]
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    Tales and Techniques of a Voice-over Actor
    By Harlan Hogan
    (Allworth Press)
    Not only does veteran actor Harlan Hogan offer a fascinating personal account of the crazed clients, practical jokes, and amazing coincidences encountered during his twenty-five year career, he also provides a wealth of tested tips for surviving and thriving as a voice-over actor.This indispensable guide... [READ MORE]
    Voiceovers
    Techniques and Tactics for Success
    By Janet Wilcox
    (Allworth Press)
    Ever been told you have a great voice? Put it to use with a career as a voice-over actor! In Voice-Overs, a veteran voice-over actor, writer, producer, and voice-over teacher provides the inside scoop on the industry and gives all the tools needed for personal training. A treasure trove of exercises,... [READ MORE]
    Your Child's Career in Music and Entertainment
    The Prudent Parent's Guide from Start to Stardom
    By Steven C. Beer, With Kathryne Badura
    (Allworth Press)
    In today’s competitive society, parents face great pressure to encourage their children to follow their dreams and strive for excellence. Organized in a practical question-and-answer format, Your Child’s Career in Music and Entertainment: The Prudent Parent’s Guide raises and addresses many of the issues... [READ MORE]
    Directing for Film and Television
    By Christopher Lukas
    (Allworth Press)
    Legendary stories portray directors as eccentric, moody savants who possess a genius for the film medium that mere mortals could never grasp. Throughout cinematic history, gushing accounts have cast the likes of DeMille, Hitchcock, Fellini, and Spielberg as sorcerers, rather than tradesmen. Now confounding... [READ MORE]
    How to Audition for TV Commercials
    From the Ad Agency Point of View
    By W. L. Jenkins
    (Allworth Press)
    What do ad agencies look for when casting TV commercials? This insider's guide, written by a former actor turned ad agency exec, has the answers. It provides step—by—step instructions to help actors understand and master the entire process, from assessing one's looks and personality to the agency preproduction... [READ MORE]
    Documentary Superstars
    How Today's Filmmakers Are Reinventing the Form
    By Marsha McCreadie
    (Allworth Press)
    The first book to trace the rise of documentaries as mainstream entertainment. When did documentaries get glamorous? Documentary Superstars looks at the history of documentaries and traces their transition from hands-off to in your face. Exclusive interviews with Michael Moore, Morgan Spurlock, Errol... [READ MORE]
    Digital Technical Theater Simplified
    High Tech Lighting, Audio, Video and More on a Low Budget
    By Drew Campbell
    (Allworth Press)
    The theater is in the midst of a digital revolution! This book provides readers with an easy-to-understand overview of the digital technology currently available for the stage. In clear language, Digital Technical Theater Simplified explains digital technology in the fields of lighting, audio, video,... [READ MORE]
    Mastering Monologues and Acting Sides
    How to Audition Successfully for Both Traditional and New Media
    By Janet Wilcox
    (Allworth Press)
    Mastering Monologues and Acting Sides: How to Audition Successfully for Both Traditional and New Media is everything an actor needs to be ready for that perfect part, from webisodes to Shakespeare. Scripts, acting technique tips, and exercises keep a performer toned and ready, while industry experts... [READ MORE]
    Improv for Actors
    By Dan Diggles
    (Allworth Press)
    In this step-by-step guide, an actor and improvisational teacher brings his tested methods to the page to show how actors can take risks and gain spontaneity in all genres of scripted theater. Through 28 lessons—each of which includes warm-ups, points of concentration, and improvisation exercises—Improv... [READ MORE]
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