Moonlight

Grove Press In a drama set in two bedrooms and a dark space, a man on his deathbed reviews his life, loves, and betrayals with his wife, while his two conspiratorial and emotionless sons sit in the shadows rationalizing their love-hate relationship with their now dying father and their inability to take steps to end the estrangement.

Theatre Crafts

Anna Christie

Sheba Blake Publishing Anna Christie is a play in four acts, which won O'Neill the 1922 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. Anna makes contact with the father she has not seen since her infancy, and he takes her on board his coal barge. There she falls in love with a man they rescue from a shipwreck, but trouble arises when she tells them she has been working as a prostitute.

I See You

Bloomsbury Publishing I SEE YOU (English) NGIYAKUBONA (Zulu) EK SIEN JOU (Afrikaans) NDIYAKUBONA (Xhosa) I don't need your sorries white boy, yes. You heard right. You know white people think we are the same? We both look black. But only one of us is black . . . Speak to me in your mother-tongue and I will let you go. Post-Apartheid South Africa, after dark. Ben meets Skinn for a night out. But the party is interrupted by the police. Ben, a young student who doesn't know his own history, is accused of a crime he didn't commit. And Officer Buthelezi, a former freedom fighter, can't let it go. Based on a real encounter. This programme text was published to coincide with the world premiere of the play at the Royal Court Theatre, Upstairs, on 25 February 2016.

British Theatre Directory

Theatre Sound

Routledge Theatre Sound includes a brief history of the use of sound in the theatre, discussions of musicals, sound effects, and the recording studio, and even an introduction to the physics and math of sound design. A bibliography and online reference section make this the new essential work for students of theatre and practicing sound designers.

TCI

The Business of Entertainment Technology & Design

Off the Endz

A&C Black 'My future is here. My aim is clear and simple. I want out. I wanna be rich. I'm not gonna pretend it's anything more than that and I want it now.' David, Kojo and Sharon grew up on a London estate. Now in their mid 20s, they're eyeing another kind of life. But how do you choose the right path when temptation lies around every corner? If your emotional or financial debt is sky high, how do you buy your way out? Bola Agbaje's smart, savvy second play for the Royal Court asks whether being out of the system might be just as good as being in it. Her characters struggle to ignore the pull of lawless gain and in their newly-respectable, adult lives, find it hard to move away from a background which both haunts them and entices them back. Agbaje's characteristically energetic, vibrant dialogue captures the dynamic rhythm of spoken language and she portrays an under-represented slice of society with skill and compassion.

New Directions

Ways of Advance for the Amateur Theatre

London : MacGibbon & Kee

Ink

Bloomsbury Publishing I want to tell you a story. And it's true. That's what makes it a good fucking story, right, 'cause all the best stories are true. Fleet Street. 1969. The Sun rises. James Graham's ruthless, red-topped play leads with the birth of this country's most influential newspaper – when a young and rebellious Rupert Murdoch asked the impossible and launched its first editor's quest, against all odds, to give the people what they want. Ink premiered at the Almeida Theatre in London before transferring to the West End and later Broadway. It was nominated for both the Olivier and Tony Award for Best New Play.

The New Eastgate Swing

The History Press Leeds, 1957: When enquiry agent Dan Markham and his new partner, retired Detective Sergeant Baker, take on a missing persons case, what appears to be a simple case soon turns into a murder investigation when a body is recovered from the River Aire. The investigation takes a deadly turn as the pair try and track down a Russian assassin and Markham finds himself dragged into the heart of a Cold War—in Leeds.

Entertainment Design

The Spectator

Official Gazette of the United States Patent and Trademark Office

Trademarks

Lighting Dimensions

Records & Briefs New York State Appellate DIvision

The Little Library Cookbook

Head of Zeus Ltd One of the Guardian's Best Books on Food of 2017 Shortlisted for the Fortnum and Mason's Debut Food Book Award Winner of World Gourmand Award for Food Writing. 'A work of rare joy ... I could not love it more' SARAH PERRY. 'A cookbook for readers' NIGELLA LAWSON. Paddington Bear's marmalade, a Neopolitan pizza with Elena Ferrante, afternoon tea at Manderley... Here are 100 delicious recipes inspired by cookery writer Kate Young's well-stocked bookshelves. From Before Noon breakfasts and Around Noon lunches to Family Dinners and Midnight Feasts, The Little Library Cookbook captures the magic and wonder of the meals enjoyed by some of our best-loved fictional characters. 'If food can comfort, so can books' THE GUARDIAN. 'Bringing together two of our greatest loves, food and books ... An absolute joy' STYLIST. 'Has great charm and is a very good read ... Part of the delight is in seeing what Young has come up with' DIANA HENRY.

Automotive Executive

Dear Thief

A Novel

Atavist Books “You were going to work your way into my marriage and you were going to call its new three-way shape holy,” writes the unnamed narrator of Dear Thief. The thief is Nina, or Butterfly, who disappeared eighteen years earlier and who is being summoned by this letter, this bomb, these recollections, revisions, accusations, and confessions. “Sometimes I imagine, out of sheer playfulness, that I am writing this as a kind of defence for having murdered and buried you under the patio.” Dear Thief is a letter to an old friend, a song, a jewel, and a continuously surprising triangular love story. Samantha Harvey writes with a dazzling blend of fury and beauty about the need for human connection and the brutal vulnerability that need exposes. “While I write my spare hand might be doing anything for all you know; it might be driving a pin into your voodoo stomach.” Here is a rare novel that traverses the human heart in original and indelible ways.

The Little Library Year

Recipes and reading to suit each season

Head of Zeus Ltd 'A very special book' DIANA HENRY. 'Perfect' NINA STIBBE. The Little Library Year takes you through a full twelve months in award-winning food writer Kate Young's kitchen. Here are frugal January meals enjoyed alone with a classic comfort read, as well as summer feasts to be eaten outdoors with the perfect beach read to hand. Beautifully photographed throughout, The Little Library Year is full of delicious seasonal recipes, menus and reading recommendations. 'A wonderful, brilliant book' RUBY TANDOH. 'The best present a food-obsessed bookworm could ask for' OLIA HERCULES. 'Tender, gorgeous, clever and generous' ELLA RISBRIDGER. 'Bibliophile foodies have a treat in store for them. Many treats, in fact' JASPER FFORDE.

Theatre Record

Love and Other Acts of Violence

"There is a war coming.... A war that will last for a hundred years.... I think it is already here. I think we've been fighting it a long time" A young Jewish physicist and an activist poet meet at a party and fall in love. As society splinters around them, the couple's struggle to survive erupts into violence. Cordelia Lynn's new play Love and Other Acts of Violence is a subversive and intimate love story about inheritance and the cycles of politics and history. It is premiered at the Donmar Warehouse, London, in October 2021.

The David Mamet Review

DM : the Newsletter of the David Mamet Society

Crumbs from the Table of Joy

Dramatists Play Service Inc THE STORY: Recently widowed Godfrey, and his daughters Ernestine and Ermina, move from Florida to Brooklyn for a better life. Not knowing how to parent, Godfrey turns to religion, and especially to Father Divine, for answers. The girls absorb their

The British Journal of Photography

Gently Down The Stream

Bloomsbury Publishing Beau, a pianist expat living in London, meets Rufus, an eccentric young lawyer, at the dawn of the internet dating revolution. After a life spent recovering from the disappointment and hurt of loving men in a world that refused to allow it, Beau is determined to keep his expectations low with Rufus. But Rufus comes from a new generation of gay men who believe happiness is as much their right as anyone else's, and what Beau assumed would be just another fling grows into one of the most surprising and defining relationships of his life. A remarkably moving, brilliantly funny love story, Gently Down the Stream is the latest play from acclaimed playwright Martin Sherman. The play reflects the triumphs and heartbreaks of the entire length of the gay rights movement, celebrating and mourning the ghosts of the men and women who led the way for equality, marriage and the right to dream. It received its world premiere at the Public Theatre, New York, on 14 March 2017 in a production starring Tony-award winner Harvey Fierstein.

Billboard

In its 114th year, Billboard remains the world's premier weekly music publication and a diverse digital, events, brand, content and data licensing platform. Billboard publishes the most trusted charts and offers unrivaled reporting about the latest music, video, gaming, media, digital and mobile entertainment issues and trends.

G.K. Hall Bibliographic Guide to Theatre Arts

Las Meninas

Dramatists Play Service, Inc. THE STORY: LAS MENINAS is the true story of the illicit romance between Queen Marie-Therese (wife of Louis XIV) and her African servant, Nabo, a dwarf from Dahomey, and the hilarious consequences that scandalized the French court.

Édith Piaf

A Cultural History

Liverpool University Press The world-famous French singer Édith Piaf (1915-63) was never just a singer. This book suggests new ways of understanding her, her myth and her meanings over time at home and abroad, by proposing the notion of an ‘imagined’ Piaf.

Mr Burns

Bloomsbury Publishing "Anne Washburn's downright brilliant play has arrived to leave you dizzy with the scope and dazzle of its ideas" - New York Times It's the end of everything in contemporary America. A future without power. But what will survive? Mr Burns asks how the stories we tell make us the people we are, explodes the boundaries between pop and high culture and, when society has crumbled, imagines the future for America's most famous family. A delightfully bizarre, funny, bleak and wonderful play that challenges dramatic form and the nature of theatre as storytelling. Published for the first time in Methuen Drama's Modern Classics series, this edition features a new introduction by Charlotte Higgins.

Hymn

Bloomsbury Publishing Sometimes it takes a long time to sound like yourself (Miles Davis) Two men meet at a funeral. Gil knew the deceased. Benny did not. Before long their families are close. Soon they'll be singing the same tune. Benny is a loner anchored by his wife and children. Gil longs to fulfill his potential. They develop a deep bond but as cracks appear in their fragile lives they start to realise that true courage comes in different forms. Featuring music from Gil and Benny's lives, Lolita Chakrabarti's searching, soulful new play asks what it takes to be a good father, brother or son. This edition was published to coincide with the world premiere at London's Almeida Theatre in February 2021.

Optical Engineering

Publishes papers reporting on research and development in optical science and engineering and the practical applications of known optical science, engineering, and technology.

Theatre Directory

Suppliers and Organisations

Encore

Guide to Port Entry

The Knot of the Heart

A&C Black 'Why has this happened to us? Things like this don't happen to families like ours.' Full of David Eldridge's trademark lyricism within everyday family life and interaction, The Knot of the Heart is a play where emotions are high and relationships are sensitively written. Beautiful and privileged, Lucy is enjoying a burgeoning career in television. But her social drug habit has become a serious addiction, casting a dark shadow over her future happiness. As her charmed life begins to slip away, Lucy comes to realise that the devoted support of her family does not come without a price. Ultimately hopeful and redemptive, The Knot of the Heart is atmospheric and poetic without undermining the all-too-believable characters' realism.

Year Book, Trotting and Pacing

By the Way, Meet Vera Stark (TCG Edition)

Theatre Communications Group A new comedy by the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Ruined.

Queen Margaret

'This lady excelled all others, as well in beauty and favour, as in wit and policy, and was of stomach more like a man than a woman' Holinshed's Chronicles, 1577 Hungry for power and angered by their king, the nobles of Henry VI's court plot and scheme against each other. As Henry wavers and the factions split, Queen Margaret is determined to hold on to power and protect the crown that will one day belong to her son. Using Shakespeare's orginal lines, alongside new text, Jeanie O'Hare retells the Wars of the Roses through the eyes of the Queen. A captivating exploration of an iconic moment in British history, the play premiered at the Royal Exchange, Manchester, in September 2018, directed by Elizabeth Freestone and featuring Jade Anouka as Margaret of Anjou.
Moonlight
Theatre Crafts
Anna Christie
I See You
British Theatre Directory
Theatre Sound
TCI
The Business of Entertainment Technology & Design
Off the Endz
New Directions
Ways of Advance for the Amateur Theatre
Ink
The New Eastgate Swing
Entertainment Design
The Spectator
Official Gazette of the United States Patent and Trademark Office
Trademarks
Lighting Dimensions
Records & Briefs New York State Appellate DIvision
The Little Library Cookbook
Automotive Executive
Dear Thief
A Novel
The Little Library Year
Recipes and reading to suit each season
Theatre Record
Love and Other Acts of Violence
The David Mamet Review
DM : the Newsletter of the David Mamet Society
Crumbs from the Table of Joy
The British Journal of Photography
Gently Down The Stream
Billboard
G.K. Hall Bibliographic Guide to Theatre Arts
Las Meninas
Édith Piaf
A Cultural History
Mr Burns
Hymn
Optical Engineering
Theatre Directory
Suppliers and Organisations
Encore
Guide to Port Entry
The Knot of the Heart
Year Book, Trotting and Pacing
By the Way, Meet Vera Stark (TCG Edition)
Queen Margaret