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"See Me" by Nicholas Sparks Rich in emotion and fueled with suspense, See Me reminds us that love is sometimes forged in the crises that threaten to shatter us . . . and that those who see us for who we truly are may not always be the ones easiest to recognize.
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My grandfather Brett Page wrote this book to help people write Vaudeville plays. He was active in theatre entertainment until his death on 07/07/1926 where he was staying in Big Moose, Herkimer, New York. The book is a look into life in the 1920's. Enjoy the book!
Say, what a swell read this turned out to be. This little volume is the real stuff, I can tell you. After years of work as a medical doctor in Miami, my life seemed empty. Years of psychotherapy and a quick flip through "What Color is my Parachute?" led me to this book, chock-loaded with plenty of zowie and the real low-down on the know-how to break in to the exciting world of Vaudeville!
Some people scoff when I tell them I'm going into Vaudeville. They say Vaudeville's been dead these 75 years. I can only look at them with pity comingled with scorn. "WHO'S been dead these 75 years?" I query, with a significant lift of the eyebrow. This always shows them a thing or two.
Anybody can make it in movies or TV. But for those with the moxie, "Writing for Vaudeville" is the only way to go!
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