Theatre Bibliography

Print Materials

The following is a partial list of books in our print collection related to theatre. This list does not include plays.

Acting solo: roadmap to success by Bruce J. Miller

An actor prepares by Constantin Stanislavski (translated by Elizabeth Reynolds Hapgood)

The Actor's book of contemporary stage monologues edited by Nina Shengold

American musical theatre: a chronicle by Gerald Bordman and Richard Norton

The Cambridge history of American theatre edited by Don B. Wilmeth and Christopher Bigsby

Church and stage in Victorian England by Richard Foulkes

The first Black actors on the great white way by Susan Curtis

How to do Shakespeare by Adrian Noble

Illustrated theatre production guide by John Holloway

Light fantastic: the art and design of stage lighting by Max Keller

The Norton anthology of drama, shorter edition edited by J. Ellen Gainor, Stanton B. Garner, Jr., and Martin Puchner

The Oxford companion to theatre and performance edited by Dennis Kennedy

The Piscator notebook by Judith Malina

Playwriting: a practical guide by NoŽl Greig

Respect for acting by Uta Hagen with Haskel Frankel (foreword by David Hyde Pierce)

The scene study book: roadmap to success by Bruce J. Miller

Stage lighting design: the art, the craft, the life by Richard Pilbrow with contributions by Dawn Chiang, John B. Read, and Robert Bryan and illustrations by Lucy Gaskell (foreword by Harold Prince)

Technical theater for nontechnical people by Drew Campbell with illustrations by Kis Knekt

Theater as life: practical wisdom drawn from great acting teachers, actors & actresses by Paul Marcus with Gabriela Marcus

The ultimate scene & monologue sourcebook : an actor's guide to over 1,000 monologues and scenes from more than 300 contemporary plays edited by Ed Hooks

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