Play On!

A Comedy

Play On!

"A theatre group is trying desperately to put on a play in spite of maddening interference from a haughty author who keeps revising the script. Act I is a rehearsal of the dreadful show, Act II is the near disastrous dress rehearsal, and the final act is the actual performance, in which anything that can go wrong, does."--Publisher.

What Can I Play on Sunday?, Book 2

10 Easily Prepared Piano Arrangements for March & April Services

What Can I Play on Sunday?, Book 2

What Can I Play on Sunday? is a series of six books, each book designed for busy pianists who may have limited rehearsal time. Book 2 includes selections for holidays and holy days that occur during March and April, including Lent, Palm Sunday, Holy Thursday/Communion, Good Friday and Easter, as well as several general hymns. Titles: * All Glory, Laud and Honor * Hallelujah! What a Savior * Just as I Am, Without One Plea * Let Us Break Bread Together * Lift High the Cross * My Faith Looks Up to Thee * Savior, Like a Shepherd Lead Us with He Leadeth Me * The Strife Is O'er, the Battle Done * Were You There? * When I Survey the Wondrous Cross

Play On

Now, Then and Fleetwood Mac

Play On

"After forty-six years of being on the road, now is the right time to look back in a way I've never done before: now and then. I'm looking forward to sharing it with you." Mick Fleetwood has been part of one of the world's most successful and adored bands for over four decades. Here he tells the full and candid story of that life, and what it is to be part of the ever evolving Fleetwood Mac. His all-access autobiography spans the career of one of classic rock's greatest drummers and band leaders, the co-founder of the deeply loved super group that bears his name. In this intimate portrait of a life lived in music, Fleetwood vividly recalls his upbringing in Cornwall, Egypt and Norway tapping along to whatever song was playing on the radio; his experiences as a musician in Sixties London; the early days of the band featuring Peter Green, and his close friendship with George Harrison and seemingly all of music royalty. Play On sheds new light on Fleetwood Mac's raucous history describing the highs and lows of being part of a band that he often single-handedly kept together. His love affair with Stevie Nicks, the creation of landmark albums like Rumours and Tusk, and the many incredible and outrageous moments of recording, touring, fighting, and loving with Fleetwood Mac: all are here. He describes his life's moments with the honesty and immediacy that his fans expect, taking us to the very heart of this multi layered life. It's been a tumultuous journey with the excesses of the band's huge success at times threatening to destroy what they strived so hard to create. But through it all it's been the drive to play on that has won out. Now, then, and always, it's Fleetwood Mac.

The Irish Play on the New York Stage, 1874-1966

The Irish Play on the New York Stage, 1874-1966

Over the years American -- especially New York -- audiences have evolved a consistent set of expectations for the "Irish play." Traditionally the term implied a specific subject matter, invariably rural and Catholic, and embodied a reductive notion of Irish drama and society. This view continues to influence the types of Irish drama produced in the United States today. By examining seven different opening nights in New York theaters over the course of the last century, John Harrington considers the reception of Irish drama on the American stage and explores the complex interplay between drama and audience expectations. All of these productions provoked some form of public disagreement when they were first staged in New York, ranging from the confrontation between Shaw and the Society for the Suppression of Vice to the intellectual outcry provoked by billing Waiting for Godot as "the laugh sensation of two continents." The inaugural volume in the series Irish Literature, History, and Culture, The Irish Play on the New York Stage explores the New York premieres of The Shaughraun (1874), Mrs. Warren's Profession (1905), The Playboy of the Western World (1911), Exiles (1925), Within the Gates (1934), Waiting for Godot (1956), and Philadelphia, Here I Come! (1966).

Play On

Play On

When things off the field distract the team and threaten to tear them apart, Alecia must find a way to get her teammates to commit to each other and the ultimate goal of a championship.

Play On

Contemporary Theatre Architecture in Britain

Play On

This book documents--and celebrates--Britain's contemporary theater architecture. It is about the conception, design, and delivery of spaces for drama between 2008 and 2018, a period of economic recession and financial austerity that has nonetheless seen a significant number of well-received theater-building projects. Intended not only for theater enthusiasts but also for individuals and organizations that may be contemplating a capital project of their own, Play On provides detailed "contemporary histories" of ten recent projects. It includes new theaters, like Liverpool's prize-winning Everyman Theatre and Cast in Doncaster, as well as major refurbishment and restoration projects such as the National Theatre in London and the Citizens Theatre in Glasgow. Architects whose work is discussed include Haworth Tompkins, Aedas Arts Team, Bennetts Associates, Richard Murphy Architects, and Page\Park. An extended introductory section sets the case studies in their historical and contemporary contexts and draws out key themes, including sustainability, accessibility, and the need for theaters to be efficient yet welcoming public spaces.

Play on Words

Poems, Lyrics, and Other Writings of H. Bundy Shaw

Play on Words

ALL NET PROCEEDS FROM THE SALE OF THIS BOOK ARE DONATED TO THE NATIONAL MS SOCIETY. Check out Bundy singing one of his songs to his Granddaughter at her Bat Mitzvah http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F_CQCy7f1Xw PLAY ON WORDS is another term for pun. Pun is the humorous use of a word or phrase so as to emphasize or suggest its diff erent meanings or applications. Play can mean a dramatic composition or piece; a performance, as on the stage; exercise or activity for amusement or recreation; fun or jest, as opposed to seriousness (Dictionary.com). This book is full of humor, puns, and lots of fun. H. Bundy Shaw loved words. He loved the diff erent uses, the different meanings, and the different pronunciations of words. Bundy also loved to play the piano, sing, and make people smile. Most of all, he loved his family, friends, and extended family. This book is a sixty-year history of Bundys writing, beginning with poems he wrote during World War II, through his career with Playtex, his retirement in southern Florida until his death in 2002. He wrote lyrics for skits at the Playtex Annual Meeting, which included Trouble in Midriff City about the new Long Line Living Bra. He wrote lyrics and poems for anniversaries, weddings, birthdays, and bar and bat mitzvahs. Encompassed in them was a complete biography of the person or people he was honoring. He also wrote a musical, Our Fair Couple, which is a spoof of My Fair Lady. Bundy never earned any money from his lyrics and writing, so all the profits from the sale of this book will be donated to the National MS Society in his memory. It is my hope that these writings will bring enjoyment to you.

Play on Words

Play on Words

Play on Words is a collection of word games combining illustrations and unusual typographic arrangements, relying on the ambiguity of the English language to entertain the reader. The book with its humorous presentation challenges the reader to solve each word game. Making use of everyday expressions, clichés, puns, road signs, book and movie titles, Play on Words, besides being entertaining, serves as an educational device for the young and a refresher for the mature reader. The work is therefore aimed at a very broad audience, including those trying to fathom the idiomatic expressions which are so much a part of the language.

PLAY ON WORDS

PLAY ON WORDS

This funny and enlightening book is full of riddles, jokes, and clever play on word sentences that will forever make the reader wonder at just how much we can do with the English language. “Play on Words” shows us that no letter, name, or any word for that matter is safe from being punned. With the insight of the author, Melvin Williams, Jr., “Play on Words” can serve as a great way to pass the time alone, or with friends. For some good, clean fun, and for jokes and laughs that will stick with you forever, read “Play on Words”, and open up your mind to a new way of thinking about how we communicate every day!