Title: Show: The Magazine of the Performing Arts (...
Publisher: Hartford Publications, Inc., New York
Publication Date: 1961
Book Condition: Very Good
Edition: 1st Edition
A large, glossy-paged magazine measuring 10-1/4" by 13" and containing 108 pages including front and rear covers. Condition: narrow scuff to upper and lower outer narrow spine edges; two short, light creases nearest spine edge; else Near Fine. Highlights include: Acte, or The Prisoners of Time, a New Play in three acts by Lawrence Durrell, with an introduction by the author; Let Nothing You Dismay by Walt Kelly ("From the creator of Pogo, a joyous, affectionate, even factual history of the songs we call carols and the spectacle that has always been a part of Christmas"); Carroll Baker: Free Agent by Donald W. LaBadie; 42nd St. by Gay Talese ("How it got that way" with photos by Robert Frank); The Trouble With Tenors by Harold C. Schonberg ("The world of opera singers is mainly bedlam. Here's why"); photospread with text One, Two, Three Wilder (on Billy Wilder, with photographs by Gjon Mili); The Real Ernie Kovacs is Standing Up by Richard Schickel; photospread Dateline: Cuba ("For the first time in an American publication, SHOW presents a pictorial report on the performing arts in Cuba" with photographs by Bruce Davidson/Magnum); The Lost Art of Conversation by Burton Bernstein. Bookseller Inventory # 010134
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