Carolyn M. Mulac

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Feasting and Fasting in Opera: From Renaissance Banquets to the Callas Diet

A rich and rewarding read for opera fans and anyone interested in Western European cultural and culinary history.

Dancing Past the Light: The Life of Tanaquil Le Clercq

This thoughtful and elegant narrative is full of wonderful stories about the world of ballet. A fitting tribute to the life and legacy of a beloved dancer that will enthrall balletomanes everywhere.
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Competing with Idiots: Herman and Joe Mankiewicz, a Dual Portrait

Movie fans and viewers of the recent Netflix film Mank will give two thumbs up to this carefully crafted, fascinating account of two legendary Hollywood figures.
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Resetting the Scene: Classical Hollywood Revisited

Not for the casual moviegoer, but serious students of cinema will find inspiration and ideas for research here.
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Fierce and Delicate: Essays on Dance and Illness

An elegant collection of essays from a dancer’s soul that will uplift all readers, especially those who love dance.
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The Girl in His Shadow

With its strong woman protagonist and authentic period detail, this is the best kind of historical fiction, transporting readers to a place and time peopled with memorable characters. Readers who enjoy medical drama will gravitate to this book.
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Dance and Authoritarianism: These Boots Are Made for Dancing

An important resource for students and anyone interested in world cultures, dance and performing arts, or the intersection of art and politics.

Being a Ballerina: The Power and Perfection of a Dancing Life

Dancing “full out” means going all out during practice rather than saving energy for the performance. In this memoir Larsen is writing full out, and we are the lucky audience of her performance. Balletomanes, dance students, and aspiring dancers will applaud this absorbing account.
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Turning Pointe: How a New Generation of Dancers Is Saving Ballet from Itself

Required reading for anyone who loves ballet and cares about its future.
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