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Paul Bunyan, Two Old Men, and a Wizard

May, Bob: Paul Bunyan, Two Old Men, and a Wizard

Introducing Fifteen New Plays for Your Reading or Production Award-winning playwright, Bob May, has been produced all over the world with his popular plays Beanie and the Bamboozling Book Machine, Elson, the First Christmas Elf, and others. This collection contains fifteen of his never-before-available plays ranging from ten-minute to full-length scripts of fantasy, absurdist, and always theatrical popular stage events. Whether you are just reading for pleasure or looking for a play to produce, this collection is guaranteed to be what you are looking for. SALE: $15.99 plus tax, s/h ...
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Scriptwriting Structure

May, Bob: Scriptwriting Structure

Scriptwriting Structure: To-the-Point Pointers Bob May has spun Aristotle’s theories and modern practices together to form his own structural techniques that have led to twenty-five of his scripts being published and hundreds of productions around the world. The right-to-the-point nature of the storytelling will make you feel as though Mr. May is talking directly to you, teaching his valuable lessons on: dramatic action character objectives formatting plays or screenplays understanding PASTO Aristotle’s Six Key Elements in the writing of scripts Writing scripts that work can be a solitary business, but with this book, you have a friend by your side ...
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The Process of Play Directing

May, Bob: The Process of Play Directing

Bob May, director of over 450 plays and with forty-eight years of theatrical experience, shares his winning directorial process in an easy-to-read, exciting way. Using examples from productions he directed, Bob starts from choosing a concept and works his way through to the curtain going up on opening night. In these pages you will learn how to: – analyze the playwright’s words – visually show what it verbally happening – utilize actors’ time efficiently – trust your support team He closes the book with tips he has learned over his half century in the theatre. The theatre is a collaborative art, ...
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Earth Works

Ballard, H. Byron: Earth Works – Ceremonies in Tower Time

We wander through woods, on a path well trod. Single file sometimes but best in groups that chat and laugh and look forward. In the clearing there, up ahead—an old rock table with an uneven surface.  On it sits a bowl of sand from a river not far. We come to stand in a circle around this table, in this place. Shoulder to shoulder to shoulder, looking forward still—in messy, prickly, joyous community, we lean in together—and light the flame. Light in the forest. Light in the world. Light in our wounded and wondering hearts. “Earthwork” is a word used to ...
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Embracing Willendorf by Byron Ballard

Ballard, H. Byron: Embracing Willendorf

This is a saga both serious and ridiculous of how the author came to love her body and listen to it, even when it whispered nonsensical things.  Embracing Willendorf: A Witch’s Way of Loving Your Body to Health and Fitness is a kind of memoir, a story of walking and pondering, of thongs and tight Levis.  And it is about transformation. About choosing to be healthier and achieving that through a wonderfully simple idea—that when we love our bodies, we will do what we need to do to nourish these exquisite and beautiful machines. Try out the tasty and healthy recipes ...
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Ballard, H. Byron: Staubs and Ditchwater

After years of pondering, Byron Ballard has written a primer for the kind of magic she practices. Driven to it by colleagues, friends and students, writing this little book is an act of stubborn devotion to a fading culture. This deceptively simple system of folk magic has come down to modern Southern culture through the immigrants and natives who called these blue hills home. Written in an easily accessible style and filled with insights and stories, Staubs and Ditchwater: a Friendly and Useful Introduction to Hillfolks’ Hoodoo is part memoir, part workbook. $15.00 plus s/h ...
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Asfidity and Mad-Stones Byron Ballard

Ballard, H. Byron: Asfidity and Mad-Stones

Asfidity & Mad-Stones: A Further Ramble Through Hillfolks' Hoodoo Sharing these practices and this beloved but fading culture has led me far afield, teaching and speaking. I’ve rambled from the bayous of Louisiana to the ruined hills of West Virginia, and from Memphis to Glastonbury in search of stories and materials and ways of doing. There are so many old ideas newly integrated into my personal practice and my teaching – enough to fill a book. And here it is. span style="color: #000000;">May you remember well and enjoy this next journey. $15.00, includes s/h ...
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