Susan L. Peters

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Notes from the Field

Creative and highly thought-provoking, this work should be read not only by those who wish to perform the monologs but by anyone seeking to understand an increasingly frightening and pervasive social ill.
PREMIUM

Notes from the Field

Creative and highly thought-provoking, this work should be read not only by those who wish to perform the monologs but by anyone seeking to understand an increasingly frightening and pervasive social ill.

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The World Only Spins Forward: The Ascent of Angels in America

Highly recommended for anyone interested in performance, cultural history, and theater.
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Broadway General Manager: Demystifying the Most Important and Least Understood Role in Show Business

Highly recommended for those considering theater as a career and for those who love theater and want to know more about what goes on before the curtain goes up and after.
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Hamlet Globe to Globe: Two Years, 193,000 Miles, 197 Countries, One Play

For all lovers of theatre, Shakespeare, and those interested in how other cultures interpret an icon of Western literature. For those who think they understand the play, this is a must-read. [See Prepub Alert, 10/31/16.]
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By Women Possessed: A Life of Eugene O'Neill

This extraordinary culmination of in-depth research and understanding by the authors should be read by anyone interested in 20th-century drama and theater history. [See Prepub Alert, 5/9/16.]
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Steppenwolf Theatre Company of Chicago: In Their Own Words

This is the first published chronicle of Steppenwolf and an excellent addition to theater history collections. Those interested in theater as performance and as business will want to read this book, as will residents of Chicago.
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On Sondheim: An Opinionated Guide

Essential reading for lovers of Sondheim or musical theater.
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The Hirschfeld Century: Portrait of an Artist and His Age

Highly recommended for those interested in the performing arts, American culture, and the art of drawing and caricature.

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