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by Rebecca Chace

eBook Chautauqua summer: Adventures of a late-twentieth-century vaudevillian download ISBN: 0151170118
Author: Rebecca Chace
Publisher: Harcourt Brace & Co; 1st edition (1993)
Language: English
Pages: 197
ePub: 1549 kb
Fb2: 1548 kb
Rating: 4.5
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Category: Biography
Subcategory: Arts and Literature

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Rebecca Chace doesn't pull any punches and you can feel the joyful grit of her holding the bar, standing on shoulders and touring with the irrespressible Karamatzov troupe. I only wish I had read this book before going to Carnegie Mellon, as they surely did not teach you this in art school!

Rebecca Chace doesn't pull any punches and you can feel the joyful grit of her holding the bar, standing on shoulders and touring with the irrespressible Karamatzov troupe. I only wish I had read this book before going to Carnegie Mellon, as they surely did not teach you this in art school! I give this book a BIG thumbs up and will read it again.

CHAUTAUQUA SUMMER: Adventures of a ry Vaudevillian.

Chautauqua Summer : Adventures of a ry Vaudevillian. A few summers ago, trapeze artist Chace joined the Chautauqua. This is her story of that summer, with flashbacks to her previous life.

Also by rebecca chace. Chautauqua Summer: Adventures of a. ry Vaudevillian. New York London Toronto Sydney. This book is a work of fiction. Any references to historical events, real people, or real locales are used fictitiously. Other names, characters, places, and incidents either are products of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously, and any resemblance to actual events or locales or persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.

Playwright, actress, and author Chace (Chautauqua Summer: Adventures of a ry Vaudevillian) . Rebecca Chace is an actress, playwright, and author of the memoir Chautauqua Summer, which was a New York Times Notable Book for 1993

Playwright, actress, and author Chace (Chautauqua Summer: Adventures of a ry Vaudevillian) here turns from memoir to fiction. Each year, two families summering in upstate New York. Rebecca Chace is an actress, playwright, and author of the memoir Chautauqua Summer, which was a New York Times Notable Book for 1993.

Chace presents a freewheeling and witty description of her transformation from New York acting student to vagabond trapeze artist. Ms. Chace describes the fear, the thrill, the catharsis of a fine performance, without self-aggrandizement or the use of cheap tricks

All about Chautauqua Summer: Adventures of a ry Vaudevillian by. .

All about Chautauqua Summer: Adventures of a ry Vaudevillian by Rebecca Chace. A few summers ago, Rebecca Chace joined the Chautauqua as a trapeze artist, along with the Karamazovs; Artis the Spoonman; Magical Mystical Michael; The Girls Who Wear Glasses; folksinger Faith Petric; Toes Tiranoff; and many others, including the band and the children of various performers, who put together their own act.

Rebecca Chace ’08. Chautauqua Summer: Adventures of a ry Vaudevillian Harcourt Brace & C. 1993. Rebecca Chace ’08. Leaving Rock Harbor Scribner, 2010. Tara Ison ’99. A Child Out of Alcatraz Faber & Faber, In. 1997.

Comments: (2)
Brick my own
I bought this book when it came out in 1990.

When my wife an I entered a reading program where we'd read to one another, an exercise actor's practice, then I knew this had to be one of the very first. I tis superbly written, poetic, engaging and just a fine howl of a period of American culture that may no longer exist.

Rebecca Chace doesn't pull any punches and you can feel the joyful grit of her holding the bar, standing on shoulders and touring with the irrespressible Karamatzov troupe.

I only wish I had read this book before going to Carnegie Mellon, as they surely did not teach you this in art school!

I give this book a BIG thumbs up and will read it again.
Goldfury
I read this book as a teenager, and loved it. I've read it multiple times.
I'm in a creative and joyfully risky phase in my life right now, and it reminded me of this book. I came to Amazon to look for a copy to share with friends.