Kids Musical Theatre Anthology

Author: Lisa DeSpain
Editor: Alfred Music Publishing
ISBN: 9780739055717
Size: 13,85 MB
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(Vocal Collection). A delightful collection of musical theatre songs that kids love to perform, from a variety of shows. Using original scores, the songs have been selected and adapted with the ranges and skills of young singers in mind. Included in this collection are short summaries for each of the musicals, a dramatic and character set-up for each song, audition tips, and 16-bar cut suggestions. Songs include: All I Do is Dream of You (from Singin' in the Rain ) * Alone in the Universe (Seussical: The Musical) * Be Kind to Your Parents (Fanny) * Big Blue World (Finding Nemo: The Musical) * Consider Yourself (Oliver) * Different (Honk!) * Doll on a Music Box/Truly Scrumptious (Chitty Chitty Bang Bang) * The Girl I Mean to Be (The Secret Garden) * Good Morning (Singin' in the Rain) * Green Eggs and Ham (Seussical: The Musical) * Heart (Damn Yankees) * I Gotta Crow (Peter Pan) * I Just Can't Wait to Be King (The Lion King) * I Want It Now (Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory) * It's Possible (Seussical: The Musical) * Johnny One Note (Babes in Arms) * Part of Your World (The Little Mermaid) * Pure Imagination ( Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory) * Shy (Once Upon a Mattress) * Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious (Mary Poppins: The New Musical) * When I Get My Name in Lights (The Boy From Oz) * Wouldn't It Be Loverly (My Fair Lady) . CD includes accompaniment tracks.

Returning The Gift

Author: Joseph Bruchac
Editor: University of Arizona Press
ISBN: 9780816514861
Size: 11,86 MB
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An unprecedented gathering of more than 300 Native writers was held in Norman, Oklahoma, in 1992. The Returning the Gift Festival brought more Native writers together in one place than at any other time in history. "Returning the Gift," observes co-organizer Joseph Bruchac, "both demonstrated and validated our literature and our devotion to it, not just to the public, but to ourselves." In compiling this volume, Bruchac invited every writer who attended the festival to submit new, unpublished work; he then selected the best of the more than 200 submissions to create a collection that includes established writers like Duane Niatum, Simon Ortiz, Lance Henson, Elizabeth Woody, Linda Hogan, and Jeanette Armstrong, and also introduces such lesser-known or new voices as Tracy Bonneau, Jeanetta Calhoun, Kim Blaeser, and Chris Fleet. The anthology includes works from every corner of the continent, representing a wide range of tribal affiliations, languages, and cultures. By taking their peoples' literature back to them in the form of stories and songs, these writers see themselves as returning the gift of storytelling, culture, and continuance to the source from which it came. In addition to contributions by 92 writers are two introductory chapters: Joseph Bruchac comments on the current state of Native literature and the significance of the festival, and Geary Hobson traces the evolution of the event itself.

New York Magazine

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New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.

New York Magazine

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New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.

Theatre Arts

Author: Sheldon Cheney
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Size: 20,98 MB
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The Complete Directory To Prime Time Network And Cable Tv Shows 1946 Present

Author: Tim Brooks
Editor:
ISBN: 9780345429230
Size: 16,45 MB
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AMERICA'S #1 BESTSELLING TELEVISION BOOK-- NOW REVISED AND UPDATED! The biggest and best television reference ever published, this is the guide you'll turn to again and again for information on every nighttime network series ever telecast and all the top syndicated and cable series! From The Ed Sullivan Show, The Honeymooners, and Happy Days to Party of Five, The X-Files, and Dharma & Greg, this comprehensive directory lists every program alphabetically and includes the complete broadcast history, cast list, and plot summary, along with exciting behind-the-scene stories about the shows and stars. EXTENSIVE ORIGINAL CABLE COVERAGE with more than XXX entries, from Larry King Live to Talk Soup and South Park. MORE THAN 350 NEW NETWORK AND SYNDICATED SERIES, including Ally McBeal, The Practice, Will & Grace, and Sports Night. UPDATED LISTINGS OF CONTINUING SHOWS, including Frasier, The Simpsons, and 60 Minutes. BRAND-NEW APPENDIX listing network Web addresses. SPECIAL FEATURES! - Annual program schedules at a glance for the past fifty-three years - Top-rated shows of each season - Emmy Award winners - Longest running series - Spinoff series - Theme songs - Fascinating history of the "Seven Eras" of TV programming - More than fifty entries for the leading cable networks - And much, much more!

Returning The Gift

Author: Okla.) North American Native Writers' Festival 1992 (Norman
Editor: Tucson : University of Arizona Press
ISBN: 9780816514861
Size: 10,17 MB
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An unprecedented gathering of more than 300 Native writers was held in Norman, Oklahoma, in 1992. The Returning the Gift Festival brought more Native writers together in one place than at any other time in history. "Returning the Gift," observes co-organizer Joseph Bruchac, "both demonstrated and validated our literature and our devotion to it, not just to the public, but to ourselves." In compiling this volume, Bruchac invited every writer who attended the festival to submit new, unpublished work; he then selected the best of the more than 200 submissions to create a collection that includes established writers like Duane Niatum, Simon Ortiz, Lance Henson, Elizabeth Woody, Linda Hogan, and Jeanette Armstrong, and also introduces such lesser-known or new voices as Tracy Bonneau, Jeanetta Calhoun, Kim Blaeser, and Chris Fleet. The anthology includes works from every corner of the continent, representing a wide range of tribal affiliations, languages, and cultures. By taking their peoples' literature back to them in the form of stories and songs, these writers see themselves as returning the gift of storytelling, culture, and continuance to the source from which it came. In addition to contributions by 92 writers are two introductory chapters: Joseph Bruchac comments on the current state of Native literature and the significance of the festival, and Geary Hobson traces the evolution of the event itself.