2007 : I am using old pages to experiment with web2.0 "things" such as ... rss readers for blogs :
... LUL books? lul.sellassie.info
2008 -- my books.google.com
Featured Pages: Write Directory
Sorry, folks, this is it. I can't make new books pages, I have to work on my own books.
See "Anatoly Writes" pages!
Summary* Acting I : BioMethod
^ This is DramLit "showcase" ^
... still no comments and recommendations?
filmplus.org/books -- same.
2005: read! and write!
Maybe I shouldn't be doing it in the first place -- the books pages.
But I didn't want to answer simple email questions.... and I thought that I can make some money (affiliation).
Anyway, there are many websites which can help you.
I suspect that I will be transforming all my "books" pages into promoting my own opuses.
Right now my manuscripts are in directories "WRITE Anatoly"!
I do it every day!
Twentieth Century Theatre: A Sourcebook of Radical Thinking A diverse selection of original texts on theatre by its most creative practitioners - actors, writers, directors and designers. Contributors include Jarry, Ionescu, Shaw, Brecht, Strindberg, Stanislawski, Lorca, Brook, Soyinka, Boal, Barba.thr videos"...let us save what remains: not by vaults and locks which fence them from the public eye and use in consigning them to the waste of time, but by such a multiplication of copies, as shall place them beyond the reach of accident." Jefferson, Thomas.  1984. Thomas Jefferson to Ebenezer Hazard, Philadelphia, February 18, 1791. In Thomas Jefferson: Writings: Autobiography, Notes on the State of Virginia, Public and Private Papers, Addresses, Letters, edited by Merrill D. Peterson. New York: Library of America
Let me repeat myself (from Film600 and script.vtheatre.net):
Where teaching and studying (research) meet --
Theme-thought, according to different playwrights (Shakespeare, Ibsen, Strindberg, Chekhov and so on) and directors (Fillini, Kurosawa, Tarkovsky, Bergman pages).
Connections with other themes (list): family, gender and sex...
Finally, my own practical investigations: shows.vtheatre.net (only recently I began to make themes pages, Don Juan 2003, for example).
And the nonfiction (writing), of course: HIM, Father-Russia, PostAmeriKa, Self, POV, Tech (gatepages are in WRITE directory).
Yeah, yeah, there is more -- "philo" pages, metaphysics: in theatre theory directory, for instance (topics-bar: space, time and etc.)
Plus, Virtual Theatre and Book of Spectator!
Web? Oh, this is just medium. Like stage, screen, writing...
* The Theatre--Advancing by Edward Gordon Craig; Little, Brown & Company, 1919 - Part I - A Plea for Two Theatres: This Essay Is Dedicated to the Tired Business Man - A Durable Theatre - The Modern Theatre, and Another - In Defence of the Artist - The Open Air - Belief and Make-Believe: A Footnote to "The Actor and the Über-Marionette." - Imagination - Part II - Theatrical Reform - Public Opinion - Proposals Old and New: A Dialogue Between A Theatrical Manager and An Artist of the Theatre. - Part III - Gentlemen, the Marionette! - On Masks: By A Bishop and by Me - Shakespeares Collaborators - In a Restaurant - "Literary" Theatres - Art or Imitation?: A Plea for An Enquiry After the Missing Laws of the Art - A Conversation with Jules Champfleury - The Theatre in Italy: Naples and Pompeii: A Letter to John Semar - Church and Stage: in Rome: "When in Rome Do as the Romans Do." - Thoroughness in the Theatre - On Learning Magic: A Dialogue Many Times Repeated - Tuition in Art: A Note to the Younger Generation of Theatrical Students - On the Old School of Acting - A Letter to Ellen Terry - Yvette Guilbert - Sada Yacco - New Departures - The Wise and the Foolish Virgins - To Eleonora Duse - Ladies, Temperament and Discipline - Part IV - The Copyright Law: A Suggestion for An Amendment - The New Theme: Poverty - The Voice - Theatrical Love - Realism, or Nerve-Tickling - The Poet and Motion Pictures - The True Hamlet - The Futurists - Fire! Fire!
@2000-2005 thr w/anatoly *
Theatre in Ancient Greek Society Theatre in Ancient Greek Society examines the function and impact of the theater in the Greek world. Rather than resting on the interpretation of Greek dramatic texts or relying on written sources that were only intended for a small educated section of the population, Green examines the depictions of actors found on pottery, terracottas, glass, paintings, mosaics, marble sculpture and other everyday sources. Theatre in Ancient Greek Society is the first study of Greek drama to use this approach and is the product of the twenty years Professor Green has spent studying the archaeological evidence.Fall 2003: 5 Approaches to Acting (textbook for Acting 121), David Kaplan
Part I. Task (Method)
Chapter 1. Stanislavsky
Chapter 2. Obstacles
Chapter 3. Stanislavsky's Legacy
Part II. Episodes
Chapter 4. Brecht
Chapter 5. Combining Episodes
Chapter 6. Meyerhold
Part III. Images
Chapter 7. Masks
Chapter 8. The Language of Mask
Part IV. The World of the Play
Chapter 9. Comparison
Chapter 10. Rules
Part V. Telling a Story
Chapter 11. Storytelling
Chapter 12. Dramatic Action
Chapter 13. Shakespeare
Part VI. Comparing Approaches
Chapter 14. Comparing
Chapter 15. Choosing an Approach
Chapter 16. Combining Approaches
... Theatre LUL Academe LIBRARY : Addis Ababa Ethiopia