JUST PUBLISHED ... "Break a Leg!" A Treasury of Theatre Traditions and Superstitions
EVER WONDERED why actors don’t wear green onstage? Or never wish each other “good luck”? Or avoid whistling in the dressing room? Or refuse to mention a certain Shakespeare play by its name?
“Break a Leg!” A Treasury of Theatre Traditions and Superstitions is a fascinating compendium of facts and fancies about theatre life, exploring the origin of the colorful traditions and superstitions that are as vital a part of theatre as the plays onstage.
“Break a Leg!” is the perfect Opening Night gift for your favorite theatre friends or anyone interested in theatre life and lore.
L.E. McCullough started writing about Irish Traditional Music in 1974. He hasn’t stopped yet.
"A wide-ranging tour guide of the many unusual places L.E. McCullough has visited in search of the Irish music grail, and the hundreds of other performers, session-attenders and concert-goers met along the way."
Bridge to the Sacred is a sampling of shared wisdom for
all of us seeking comfort and encouragement as we deal with the challenges of everyday life.
"This is a book you keep on
your nightstand and read a little each night. In a troubled world
we need this to adjust our thoughts to the positive."