NOW IN IT'S 16th INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED YEAR!
The solo performance play about HAROLD CLURMAN
The most influential figure in the history of the American Theatre
Director / Drama Critic / Co-founder of The Group Theatre
How Extraordinary People Live to
by Ronald Rand
Published by Wyatt-Mackenzie Publishing, Nancy Cleary
Foreword by Mel Gordon
An extraordinary collection of over 100 soul-searching interviews assembled by Goodwill Cultural Ambassador, actor, and best-selling author, Ronald Rand. Explore the creative process of many of the world’s most acclaimed actors, actresses, artists, choreographers, composers & lyricists, dancers, directors, educators, musicians, playwrights, poets, singers, and writers of our time.
CREATE! shines a light on how creative artists have forged a way through their lives, to open people's minds to what's possible in our great humanity on this planet. Their words re-affirm that we are fragile yet courageous people, deeply committed to sharing ideas and touching souls through compassion and art.
Every page bursts with color artwork and photography by such renowned artists as Al Hirschfeld, Everett Raymond Kinstler, Sir Derek Walcott, Brian Cox, Lucie Arnaz, Joel Grey, Stephen Lang, Randall Duk Kim, Martha Carpenter, Michael Shane Neal, Jim Warren, Parish Kohanim, Jillian Edelstein, Allan Warren, David Pena, Tim Stevenson, Julieta Cervantes, Kwaku Alston, N. Paripovic, Paula Allen, Stan Barouh, Jimmy Turrell, James McMullan, Carolyn Palmer, Ming Cho Lee, Thomas V. Nash, Paul Kolnik, Victor Masayesva, Jr., and Robert Wilson.
Rare Interviews in CREATE! include: Carol Burnett, Phylicia Rashad, Alec Baldwin, Chaka Khan, Ellen Burstyn, Christopher Plummer, Elie Wiesel, Kelsey Grammer, Edward Albee, Sir Derek Walcott, Ben Vereen, Paul Tazewell, Eugenia Zuckerman, Bill T. Jones, Luise Rainer, Harold Prince, F. Murray Abraham, Brian Cox, Ruby Dee, Ossie Davis, Chita Rivera, Dick Cavett, Alonzo King, Joel Grey, Katherine Dunham, Judith Malina, Bill Pullman, Charles Strouse, Barry Lubin, Lee Grant, Mary Alice, Lucie Arnaz, Carol Channing, Jerry Orbach, Marvin Hamlisch, Tony Randall, Eve Ensler, Len Cariou, Tina Chen, Al Hirschfeld, Selma Alisaphic, Tommy Tune, Graciele Daniele, Budd Schulberg, Kate Valk, Nicole Ansari, Phoebe Brand, Andre De Shields, Olympia Dukakis, Robert LePage, Jack Garfein, Robert Wilson, Jeanine Tesori, Julie Harris, Sheldon Harnick, Randall Duk Kim, Ben Gazzara, Marian Seldes, Stephen Henderson, Lee Grant, Arthur Laurents, Jacques d’Amboise, Andrei Serban, Everett Raymond Kinstler, Anne Bogart, Elizabeth Ashley, Melvin van Peebles, Stephanie Chase, Rue McClanahan, David Shiner, Patricia Neal, Kim Hunter, Stephen Lang, Roy Scheider, Jan Maxwell, Ellen Stewart, Michael Kahn, Lloyd Richards, Anna Halprin, Meredith Monk, Tadashi Suzuki, Patch Adams, John Patrick Shanley, Carolyn Palmer, Pilar Rioja, Elise Thoron, Spalding Gray, Laurence Luckinbill, Shirley Knight, Ping Chong, Jack Klugman, Dragan Jovičić, Eli Wallach, Sabera Shaik, Christopher Durang, Tina Howe, Emily Mann, Fritz Weaver, Angelica Page, Sylvia Sidney, Martha Carpenter, Arthur Kopit, Andre Gregory, Gretchen Cryer, Lori Belilove, John Guare, Parish Kohanim, Ming Cho Lee, Leon Bates, Julie Budd, Tara Sabharwal, Jean-Claude van Itallie, Tim Stevenson, Alvin Colt, Travis Wammack, Lori Belilove, Pearl Lang, Gregg Goldston, Victor Masayesva, Jr., Rob Mermin, Ervin Drake, Joseph Chaikin, Mark Rydell, Craig Marin, Eugenio Barba, Tisa Chang, Woodie King, Jr., Dijana Milošević, Diane Paulus, Michel Pressman, Nancy Rhodes, Sabra Jones, Robert Brustein, Henry Muttoo, Charlie Soap, Tina Ramirez, Dr. Barbara Ann Teer, Steve Ross Jim Seales, Eve Wolf, Karen Drucker, Nilo Cruz, Horton Foote, Odile Gakire Katese, Maria Irene Fornes, Peter Stone, Vijay Tendulkar, William Yellow Robe, Jr., Vinicio Quezada
ORDER YOUR COPY TODAY: contact WYATT/MACKENZIE PUBLISHING at: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information or to set-up Interviews, contact the author:
UPCOMING BOOK EVENT/SIGNING/PANEL DISCUSSION with the Author and Artists from CREATE! at THE DRAMA BOOK SHOP 250 West 40th Street, New York City (between 7th and 8th Avenues, closer to 8th Ave.
MORE UPCOMING BOOK EVENTS to be held across New York City, America, and the world.
ACTING TEACHERS OF AMERICA: A VITAL TRADITION
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