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Thema: »Theater«



Jae: Damage Control

Jae: Damage Control

D 2015, 347 pp., brochure, € 15.95
Kostenloser Versand ab 20 Euro Bestellwert.
Ylva Verlag - The Hollywood Series 2
An actress practically since birth, Grace Durand has finally made it in Hollywood. When a photo of her in a seeming compromising situation with another woman is plastered all over the tabloids, she fears for her career as a lead in romantic movies. Desperate for a publicist who’ll convince America that she’s straight, Grace hires Lauren Pearce, one of Hollywood’s ... Weiterlesen

Brian Merriman: Wilde Stages in Dublin

Brian Merriman: Wilde Stages in Dublin

A Decade of Gay Theatre. Ireland 2013, 254 pp., brochure, € 19.95
Kostenloser Versand ab 20 Euro Bestellwert.
»Wilde« - a term that survived the constructed shame of criminalisation of love for over a century. The name Wilde allowed for some visibility and discussion of a human circumstance, that law intended to obliterate and punish. This book is a personal memoir of the various stages in law, religion, advocacy and campaign that overturned the repression in some countries ... Weiterlesen

Ferzan Özpetek (R): A Magnificent Haunting (Magnifica presenza)

Ferzan Özpetek (R): A Magnificent Haunting (Magnifica presenza)

I 2012, OF, engl. UT, 105 Min., € 19.99
Kostenloser Versand ab 20 Euro Bestellwert.
Shortly after moving in to his large and suspiciously cheap apartment, aspiring gay actor Pietro notices that he is not alone. In fact, he is surrounded by the eight elegantly dressed ghosts of a troupe of actors, who all mysteriously died in the apartment in 1943. What is at first rather unnerving evolves into something more congenial, as Pietro and ... Weiterlesen

Sándor Márai: The Rebels

Sándor Márai: The Rebels

USA 2008, 278 pp., brochure, € 11.59
Kostenloser Versand ab 20 Euro Bestellwert.
This early novel from the rediscovered Hungarian writer Sándor Márai is a haunting story of a group of alienated boys on the cusp of adult life – and possibly death – during World War I. Summer 1918: four boys approaching graduation are living in a ghost town bereft of fathers, uncles, and older brothers, all of whom are off fighting ... Weiterlesen

Larry Duplechan: Blackbird

Larry Duplechan: Blackbird

USA 2006, 252 pp., brochure, € 15.95
Kostenloser Versand ab 20 Euro Bestellwert.
First published by St. Martin's in 1986, »Blackbird« is a funny, moving, gay coming-of-age novel about growing up black and gay in Southern California. The lead character, Johnnie Ray Rousseau, is a high school student upset at losing the lead role in the school staging of »Romeo and Juliet«. If that weren't enough, his best friend has been beaten badly ... Weiterlesen

Rick Copp: The Actor's Guide to Greed

Rick Copp: The Actor's Guide to Greed

USA 2006, 277 pp., brochure, € 13.89
Kostenloser Versand ab 20 Euro Bestellwert.
Getting butchered at the hands of serial killer in the »high concept« slasher film, »Creeps«, was supposed to revive former child star Jarrod Jarvis's career. Instead, it's a celluloid »Titanic«. While nursing his wounds at the post-premiere party, Jarrod runs into Wallace Goodwin, one of the former writers on the beloved 80s show that made Jarrod a star. He's shocked ... Weiterlesen

Alan Sheridan: Time and Place

Alan Sheridan: Time and Place

UK 2004, 488 pp., brochure, € 13.89
Kostenloser Versand ab 20 Euro Bestellwert.
The narrator of this narrative is Mark Sheridan. Born into the theatrical family of his uncle, R.B Sheridan, he recounts his years with a traveling theatre company, and his turbulent love affair with Edmond, a young actor. Interwoven are flashbacks to his turbulent earlier life and a pre-war world long vanished, his childhood in China, his schooldays in Paris, the ... Weiterlesen

Stephen Frears (R): Prick Up Your Ears

Stephen Frears (R): Prick Up Your Ears

UK 1983, OF, engl. UT, 105 Min., € 19.99
Kostenloser Versand ab 20 Euro Bestellwert.
Orton was one of the 1960s golden gay boys, from working class Leicester lad to national celebrity, from sexual innocent to grinning satyr, from penniless student to icon of Swinging London. He became a star by breaking the rules – sexual and theatrical. But while his plays including »Loot«, »What the Butler Saw« and »Entertaining Mr. Sloane« were hugely successful, ... Weiterlesen

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