Here is a handbook every director and every student actor should have. Scenes are here from many of the finest plays we publish. There are scenes for one man, one woman, one man and one woman, two men, two women and also scenes for three and four actors. There is a rich array of parts from Luther, Look Back in Anger, Epitaph for George Dillon, Macbeth, Tom Jones, A Man Called Peter, Lost Horizon, January Thaw, Twelve Angry Men, The Brass Butterfly and Seven Days in May. This book has been edited by John Wray Young, famous little-theatre director and the author of many books on the theatre. There are suggestions with each scene pointing out to the actor some of the different ways the scene could be interpreted. 5 x 7—175 pages.