Entrances And Exits

Author: Paul Ruditis
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9781416982869
Size: 18.65 MB
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It's time for the Fall One-Act Festival, and Hope gets the honored privilege of debuting her very first original play! With Bryan directing and Jason and Sam as the leads, it seems as if nothing could go wrong with this dream team of talent. But where's the fun in that? Enter Sam and Jason's onstage chemistry that's so hot, it's working overtime offstage! Course, Sam's real-life beau, Eric isn't so cool with that. And what about Bryan? With his sexual orientation public knowledge, he's gaining some admiring attention from the most unexpected people. Can you blame them? With all these raging hormones, it'll be a wonder if the play goes off at all. And the after party? Please - that'll be a show all in itself...

Entrances And Exits

Author: Reif Larsen
Publisher: Visual Editions Ltd
ISBN:
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A book set ‘inside’ Google Street View in which the author imagines a fictional narrative set around a set of real locations which were captured by Google’s cameras, and which the reader navigates.

Exits And Entrances

Author: Athol Fugard
Publisher:
ISBN: STANFORD:36105132258877
Size: 11.51 MB
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"A thought-provoking, elegant, and engrossing new play by Athol Fugard."-The Hollywood Reporter "A rare playwright, who could be a primary candidate for either the Nobel Prize in Literature or the Nobel Peace Prize."-The New Yorker "Athol Fugard can say more with a single line than most playwrights convey in an entire script. One phrase from his new play, 'He's dying of unimportance,' relates to an offstage character, but it also strikingly sums up the slow, painful decline of its fading actor protagonist. More than that, it dramatizes the fear of all people who no longer feel admired, needed, or wanted."-Variety This new play about life and art by renowned playwright Athol Fugard is based on his early friendship with actor Andrew Huegonit, considered the finest classical actor of their native South Africa. Taking place mostly in dressing rooms over a five-year period between 1956 and 1961, it is the story of the one great artist's exit from the stage just as another was beginning his career in the theater. Exits and Entrances is the 13th Fugard title published by Theatre Communications Group since 1985, with over 93,000 copies of his work sold to date. Athol Fugard has been working in the theater as a playwright, director, and actor since the mid-1950s in South Africa, England, and the United States. His major works for the stage include Blood Knot, Master Harold . . . and the boys, My Children! My Africa!, A Lesson From Aloes, The Road to Mecca, Valley Song, and The Captain's Tiger. He has been widely produced in South Africa, London, Broadway, off-Broadway, and regional theaters in the United States.

Exits And Entrances A Book Of Essays And Sketches

Author: Charles Warren Stoddard
Publisher: General Books LLC
ISBN: 1150440643
Size: 11.88 MB
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1903. Excerpt: ... II. AN ARABIAN NIGHT TOWARD sunset we pulled to shore. The barge sat upon the water like a huge gourd. A dozen dusky Nubians, with ribs of steel and muscles of iron, pulled the long oars, that rose and fell upon the river in rhythmical cadence, while they chanted in deep gutturals a melodious though monotonous legend of the Nile. The island was bathed in radiance. We approached a crumbling terrace from which the fine grass fell in fringes; and all the wide stairs that led from the river to the rock above were broken and overgrown with moss and trailing creepers. A floating vine served for a cable to draw us to the land. The crew, clad briefly in a girdle of flaming colours, leaped overboard; and a moment later we lay safely moored under the tall palms of Philae, the sacred isle. Michel, with his well-trained retinue, proceeded to lay dinner in a superb pavilion overhanging the eastern branch of the river; and while our appetites were sharpening, we scattered in pairs among the temples, corridors, and tombs that cover the island from shore to shore. You know Philae, the tropical oasis in the Nile, a few miles above the first cataract--a garden in the desert, walled about by huge cliffs as black as night, as smooth as glass, as hard as adamant? These are the iron gates of Nubia; and many a king whose glorious day is almost lost in history has left his seal indelibly engraven on the rock. We had reviewed hastily the antiquities and the interesting ruins of the island, when we were summoned to our repast. Seated on fallen columns, among pillars and obelisks that have survived the siege of time, we feasted. There were Catholics, Protestants, Mohammedans, and infidels grouped on the eastern terrace, awaiting moonrise. The shadows deepened among the hills; the l...

Entrances Exits

Author: Norris Houghton
Publisher: Amadeus Press
ISBN: UOM:39015019428823
Size: 13.39 MB
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The memoirs of the famed Broadway director, scenic designer, producer, author, and educator

Entrances And Exits

Author: Paul Ruditis
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9781416982869
Size: 18.48 MB
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It's time for the Fall One-Act Festival, and Hope gets the honored privilege of debuting her very first original play! With Bryan directing and Jason and Sam as the leads, it seems as if nothing could go wrong with this dream team of talent. But where's the fun in that? Enter Sam and Jason's onstage chemistry that's so hot, it's working overtime offstage! Course, Sam's real-life beau, Eric isn't so cool with that. And what about Bryan? With his sexual orientation public knowledge, he's gaining some admiring attention from the most unexpected people. Can you blame them? With all these raging hormones, it'll be a wonder if the play goes off at all. And the after party? Please - that'll be a show all in itself...