There have been two excellent, lengthy biographies of director-choreographer Jerome Robbins: Deborah Jowitt’s Jerome Robbins and Amanda Vaill’s Somewhere: A Life of Jerome Robbins
“Playing to the Gods is a useful entry into the careers and lives of these two extraordinary artists.”
On Sunday, May 21, 2017, the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus gave their final “Greatest Show on Earth” performance in Uniondale, NY.
“I got the Simpsons job the same way I got a wife,” writes Mike Reiss. “I was not the first choice, but I was available.”
A dream come true. This is what Frank Verlizzo, aka Fraver, has been living.
“[a] well-written memoir.”
“Clausewitz meets Darth Vader . . .”
“This collection would make a great item to place on some deep space probe for other intelligent life to use to learn who and what we are.”
“the ultimate guide to A-List brands for men who can afford this luxury.”
Brooks Brothers is commemorating its bicentennial year this year, and what better way to celebrate than to serve up a monograph that recounts its history via compelling visuals and great text.
“What She Ate is for foodies, fashionistas, feminists, and for anyone who enjoys reading about meals as much as eating them.”
Christopher Myers and Joanne Chang have a partnership filled with love. Love for each other, love of food, love for their friends and family, and especially love for their collaborative projects a
Good Wives and Warriors, aka Becky Bolton and Louise Chappell, let out all the stops in this highly imaginative coloring book.
My eighth grade English teacher had our class write autobiographies based on our imagined lives as adults. In mine I recounted my exciting careers as a TV comedy writer, actor, and U.S. Senator.
In case the nonstop celebration commemorating the 50th anniversary of The Beatles’ Sgt.
Pulitzer Prize-winning former Washington Post reporter and journalism professor Glenn Frankel has found a new calling as an incisive interpreter of classic Western films.
“an extraordinary and thought provoking view on the playwright’s life and works.”
What can make or break a book dealing with this subject is the angle from which the author approaches the subject.
Journalist Tom Di Nardo started his career as a freelance critic at the Philadelphia Bulletin as a side gig to his day job and was later a longtime contributor the Philadelphia Daily N
This is a coffee table book. It's that simple. An oversized hardcover that sports a garish and sickly yellow-green dust jacket with a landscape scene of the undead walking through a field.
By this point, we would be forgiven believing we know all there is to know about the Star Wars movies, but The Best of Star Wars Insider proves we don't.
While academic readers interested in celebrity studies will want to pick up this slim volume, readers should be aware that the references made will be to primarily Indian culture and will be lost o
“In its own inimitable way, West of Eden is as epic as John Steinbeck’s novel East of Eden.”
Common wisdom has it, I think, that, word for word, quip by quip, writer/producer/actress Tina Fey is our leading candidate for modern-age version of Dorothy Parker.
It’s a theatrical occasion when a celebrated playwright gets around to publishing his memoirs and reveals how a play is born.