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The Paper Playhouse by Katrina Rodabaugh

Title The Paper Playhouse
Author Katrina Rodabaugh
Publisher
Release 2015-01-01
Category CRAFTS & HOBBIES
Total Pages 144
ISBN 1592539807
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Offers different arts and crafts projects parents and their children can create together, including sculpture, printmaking, bookbinding, and collage.

Programs for the Paper Mill Playhouse by Paper Mill Playhouse

Title Programs for the Paper Mill Playhouse
Author Paper Mill Playhouse
Publisher
Release 19??
Category
Total Pages
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title The Gay Lesbian Theatrical Legacy
Author Billy J. Harbin
Publisher University of Michigan Press
Release 2005
Category Drama
Total Pages 428
ISBN 9780472098583
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"The book collects biographies and portraits of influential actors, playwrights, composers, directors, designers, dancers, producers, managers, critics, choreographers, and technicians who made their mark on the American theater. It is the last component in a historical recovery project that includes the essay collections Passing Performances and Staging Desire, but with a significantly broader scope than its predecessors. Its broad coverage provides an extended glimpse into lives and careers that intersected, and into networks of affiliation that made theatrical history, and, by extension, social and cultural history. The biographies in The Gay and Lesbian Theatrical Legacy will engage readers interested in theater, gay and lesbian history, American Studies, and biography."--BOOK JACKET.

Title The Paper Doll Playhouse
Author
Publisher
Release 198?
Category Toy and movable books
Total Pages 8
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Past and Promise by The Women's Project of New Jersey, Inc.

Title Past and Promise
Author The Women's Project of New Jersey, Inc.
Publisher Syracuse University Press
Release 1997-05-01
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 492
ISBN 9780815604181
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This unique book explores the lives and work of nearly 300 New Jersey women from the Colonial period to the present century. Included are biographies of notable, often nationally known individuals, as well as less celebrated people, whose vibrant personal stories illustrate the richness of women's experiences in New Jersey—and, really, in America—from 1600 to the present. Researched, written and illustrated by The Women's Project of New Jersey, this volume both recovers and re-tells the life stories of women who have helped shape our world. Past and Promise is a long-overdue celebration of the accomplishments of these individuals who succeeded, often against overwhelming odds. Past and Promise: Lives of New Jersey Women incorporates an inclusive view of history that understands the past as the history of all of the people, not merely those who held a monopoly of power. As such this work contains biographies of artists, activists, entertainers, scientists, scholars, teachers, factory and agricultural workers, businesswomen, social engineers, and community builders. This easy-to-use and beautifully presented volume is indexed, and full of illustrations. The biographies are arranged alphabetically within four sections covering the following time periods: 1600-1807, 1808-1865, 1866-1920, and 1921 to the present. Each section is introduced by a historical overview, and each biographical entry includes a brief bibliography for further reading and research. This unique and very readable collection of biographies belongs in every public and personal library and deserves a wide audience of general readers from high school age through college and beyond.

Title The Paper Industry
Author
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Release 1939
Category Paper industry
Total Pages
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Oxford Playhouse by Don Chapman

Title Oxford Playhouse
Author Don Chapman
Publisher Univ of Hertfordshire Press
Release 2008
Category Drama
Total Pages 343
ISBN 9781902806877
Language English, Spanish, and French
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To coincide with the 70th anniversary of its present home on Beaumont Street, Oxford, this account traces the history of the Oxford Playhouse from its earliest roots--a production of Agamemnon in 1880--and the founding of the Oxford University Dramatic Society to the rebuilding of Oxford's New Theatre and, eventually, the launch of the Playhouse itself. Recalling actress Jane Ellis' early desire for a venue where she might play decent roles, as well as her efforts to make it happen, the book also celebrates a galaxy of stars who have acted there, including Flora Robson, John Gielgud, Maggie Smith, Ronnie Barker, Judi Dench, and Helena Bonham Carter, and records the first steps of students such as Rowan Atkinson. In addition to chronicling developments in the theater's management and architecture, this comprehensive tribute explores its highbrow and lowbrow programs, its period of prosperity and postwar collapse, and its unique and vital relationship with the University of Oxford.

A Scotch Play house by J. Keith Angus

Title A Scotch Play house
Author J. Keith Angus
Publisher
Release 1878
Category Theater
Total Pages 69
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Television Program Master Index by Charles V. Dintrone

Title Television Program Master Index
Author Charles V. Dintrone
Publisher McFarland
Release 2014-01-28
Category Performing Arts
Total Pages 336
ISBN 0786472456
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This work indexes books, dissertations and journal articles that mention television shows. Memoirs, autobiographies, biographies, and some popular works meant for fans are also indexed. The major focus is on service to researchers in the history of television. Listings are keyed to an annotated bibliography. Appendices include a list of websites; an index of groups or classes of people on television; and a list of programs by genre. Changes from the second edition include more than 300 new shows, airing on a wider variety of networks; 2000-plus references (more than double the second edition); and a large increase in scholarly articles. The book provides access to materials on almost 2300 shows, including groundbreaking ones like All in the Family (almost 200 entries); cult favorites like Buffy: The Vampire Slayer (200-plus entries); and a classic franchise, Star Trek (more than 400 entries for all the shows). The shows covered range from the late 1940s to 2010 (The Walking Dead). References range from 1956 to 2013.

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