Popular Malaysia


Welcome to Popular Online Malaysia.
You are now being directed to another site - Popular Online Malaysia.
Any information you may provide on the new website shall be subject to the confidentiality and security terms of the website. All visits are logged and monitored. By clicking "YES" you are accepting the Popular Online Malaysia Terms and Conditions.
**All the Singapore POPULAR Online discounts, vouchers, promo codes and delivery are not applicable to Malaysia POPULAR Online
Would you like to continue?


Popular Malaysia


Welcome to Popular Online Malaysia.
You are now being directed to another site - Popular Online Malaysia.
Any information you may provide on the new website shall be subject to the confidentiality and security terms of the website. All visits are logged and monitored. By clicking "YES" you are accepting the Popular Online Malaysia Terms and Conditions.
**All the Singapore POPULAR Online discounts, vouchers, promo codes and delivery are not applicable to Malaysia POPULAR Online
Would you like to continue?


Close

 Days and Nights at the Second City :A Memoir, with Notes on Staging Review Theatre

More Views

Days and Nights at the Second City :A Memoir, with Notes on Staging Review Theatre


On December 1, 1959, in Chicago, a small band of classically trained actors, directors, and musicians came together to create what became-and remains-a legendary home of comedy: The Second City. Very quickly it achieved an international reputation as a center for comedic performance. It served as the training ground for hundreds of important writers, actors, and directors: Bill Murray, John Belushi, Alan Arkin, Mike Nichols and Elaine... Read More
S$29.81

Out of stock

Product Details

ISBN : 9781566634311
Product Dimension : 14.900 x 22.300 x 1.500 cm
Weight : 0.2630Kg
Author : Bernard Sahlins,
Publisher : Ivan R Dee, Inc
No. of Pages : 224
Format : Paperback
Publication Date : January 1, 2002

Review

You're reviewing: Days and Nights at the Second City :A Memoir, with Notes on Staging Review Theatre