IS THERE AN ACTOR IN THE HOUSE?: Dramatic Material From Pantomime to Play by Virginia Bradley

IS THERE AN ACTOR IN THE HOUSE?: Dramatic Material From Pantomime to Play

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Thirty-six brief, humorous presentations, including pantomime, puppet plays, variety programs, sketches and improvisation, comprise this collection which is comparable to Bernice Wells Carlson's The Right Play For You (1960) but funnier. The humor becomes extremely broad at times, but probably not too broad for the tastes of scout groups and other young performers.

Pub Date: Sept. 1st, 1975
Publisher: Dodd, Mead