New York: Broadhurst Theatre, Monday, June 30, 1952. 28 pages.
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New York: Random House, 1956. First edition. Play on the story of Joan of Ark starring Julie Harris, Boris Karloff & Christopher Plummer; Includes three illustrations form the play; 144 pages.
New York: Human Sciences Press, 1980. First printing. 96 pages.
New York: Human Sciences Press, 1981. First printing. 72 pages.
New York: Human Sciences Press, 1985. First printing. 72 pages.
XLibris, 2008. Email announcement for Release and signing for book laind-in; Long gift inscription from author on half-title page signed 'Tom' and with full author signature on title page; 263 pages.
New York: Theater Communications Group, 2003. First U.S. edition. 47 pages.
Anchor, 2005. 145 pages.
New York: TCG, 2014. 116 pages.
2013. Peter Brook is one of the world's most respected and revolutionary directors of contemporary theatre. To help his actors achieve extraordinary performances, he has a special exercise, 'the Tightrope,' that evolved over decades of experimentation and practice into a process of transformation that revitalizes the theatrical experience for actor...
Studio City: Players Press, 1992. Translation by Edward Fitzgerald; Edited and Introduction by William-Alan Mandes; 60 pages.
London: Hamish Hamilton, 1968. First edition. Translated by Kathleen Raine and R.M. Nadal; 116 pages.
Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1978. First edition. 47 illustrations; 328 pages.
London: Swan Sonnenschien, 1909. New Edition with Alterations. 122 pages.
Mayfield, 1991. Second edition. 219 pages.
New York: Holt Rinehart Winston, 1969. First edition.
New York: Peter Lang, 2008. First printing. 235 pages.
London: Heinemann, 1973. First edition.
Paris: Gonthier, 1966. First edition. The well known artist's second play, inludes a principal character names G., with obvious references to G.I.G.; 136 pages.
New Haven: Yale University Press, 1979. First edition. 164 pages.
Peter Lang, 2004. First edition. 190 pges.
Brill Academic, 2007. First printing. xii, 220 pages.
New York: Dodd Mead, 1911. First U.S. edition. Introduction and translation b Alfred Sutro; 165 pages.
1894. First printing. Collection du Reveil a Bruxelles Chez Edmond Deman Libraire; Half leather bound with top page edges gilt, marbled paper covered boards and end-papers; Original paper wraps bound in at back; 193 pages.
New York: Crowell, 1908. Translated by Erving Winslow; Introdution by Montrose J. Moses; Decorative end papers with matching decorative boarders on pages; Color Frontis, with facing tissue, and several other black-and-white illustrations; Photo of actress performing Pelleas pasted to front cover; 135 pages.