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by James Brown

eBook Second Story Theatre  Two Encores ePub
Author: James Brown
Language: English
ISBN: 0934257493
ISBN13: 978-0934257497
Publisher: Story Line Press; First Paperback Edition edition (May 1, 1994)
Pages: 181
Category: United States
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 743
Formats: mbr txt rtf azw
ePub file: 1825 kb
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The "Second Story Theatre," a surprisingly nondescript novella by the author of Final Performance ( LJ 2/1/88) . James Brown is an Associate Professor of English at California State University at San Bernardino.

The "Second Story Theatre," a surprisingly nondescript novella by the author of Final Performance ( LJ 2/1/88), conjoins three Hollywood-novel staples-the aging, forgotten, and near-destitute silent-film star; the worn-out and drunk former child star, now an aspiring playright; and the successful but bored TV soap actress-in a last-ditch production of a play in a building. soon to be leveled and asphalted into a freeway connector. Despite detailed background stories, the characters remain cliches, and the plot is neither interesting nor inventive.

The second story theatre - The rat boy - The friend. Brownsville, OR : Story Line Press. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china.

Start by marking The Second Story Theatre, And Two Encores as Want to Read . The encores are a nice bonus! A truly underrated book. I would recommend to anyone who has enjoyed Mr. Browns memoir's as well as anyone who loves minimalists such as Raymond Carver.

Start by marking The Second Story Theatre, And Two Encores as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Joanna Clevenger marked it as to-read Dec 14, 2014.

The Forester, or a Practical Treatise on the Planting, Rearing, and General Management of Forest-Trees (Classic Reprint).

He followed with The Second Story Theatre and Two Encores (Story Line collecting together a novella and short . Brown's third memoir, Apology to the Young Addict (Counterpoint Books, 2020), is the last of a trilogy.

He followed with The Second Story Theatre and Two Encores (Story Line collecting together a novella and short stories, "The Rat Boy" and "The Friend. His novel Lucky Town (Harcourt, follows a young boy who runs away from a foster home to meet his ex-con father. His publisher describes it as follows: "Now sixty ― with years of sobriety under his belt―and the father of three sons, James Brown writes about finding a new path in life, making peace with the family whose ghosts have haunted him, and helping the next generation of addicts overcome their disease.

James Brown's son, Daryl Brown, author of Inside the Godfather at Gatsby's Books Long Beach. He followed with The Second Story Theatre and Two Encores (Story Line Press, 1994), collecting together a novella and two short stories, "The Rat Boy" and "The Friend. James Brown's son, Daryl Brown, author of Inside the Godfather at Gatsby's Books Long Beach James Brown's son, Daryl Brown, author of Inside the Godfather at Gatsby's Books Long Beach Transcription. His novel Lucky Town (Harcourt, 1994) follows a young boy who runs away from a foster home to meet his ex-con father.

James McAvoy was born in Glasgow, Scotland in 1979, where he became a member of PACE Youth Theatre after his acting debut in The Near Room (1995)

James McAvoy was born in Glasgow, Scotland in 1979, where he became a member of PACE Youth Theatre after his acting debut in The Near Room (1995). The later graduated from the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama. McAvoy began his theatre career acting as a gay hustler in Out in the Open at Hampstead Theatre, playing the role of Iggy. James McAvoy returns to the West End in an inventive new adaptation of Edmond Rostand’s masterwork by Martin Crimp, with direction by Jamie Lloyd. Fierce with a pen and notorious in combat, Cyrano almost has it all - if only he could win the heart of his true love.

He followed with The Second Story Theatre and Two Encores (Story Line Press, 1994), collecting together a novella and two short stories, "The Rat Boy" and "The Friend.

The Second Story Theatre is set in an inner-city Los Angeles theatre slated for demolition. Against bitter odds and eminent domain, an unlikely trio - a forgotten B-move star, and aspiring young playwright, and a soap opera queen - converge to stage a successful production of The Royal Hotel.The Rat Boy is the story of a troubled Vietnam vet, a feral dog, and the sewer system of L.A.The Friend is a gut-wrenching, all-too-real account of a sober addict trying to rescue an old buddy from hell.
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