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Vaudevisuals Bookshelf – “The Downtown Book”

[Translate] The New York Art Scene in the period of 1974 thru 1984 was ‘on fire’. So much was going on everywhere! This book covers the scene! Downtown is more than just a location, it’s an attitude–and in the 1970s Read the full article…

Vaudevisuals Bookshelf – “Notes on a Cowardly Lion”

[Translate] Notes on a Cowardly Lion by John Lahr Back Cover First published in 1969, Notes on a Cowardly Lion has established itself as one of the best-ever show business biographies. Drawing on his father’s recollections and on the memories Read the full article…

Vaudevisuals Bookshelf – “How Sweet It Is” – Jackie Gleason

[Translate] This is one ‘helluva’ funny book!  Inside book jacket flaps. Back Cover of the book. This book is great! If you like The Honeymooners and any of Jackie Gleason’s TV Specials over the years you will enjoy reading these Read the full article…

Vaudevisuals Bookshelf – “Growing Up with Chico”

[Translate] GROWING UP WITH CHICO – by Maxine Marx Maxine Marx’s book about her experience as part of the family that gave us the Marx Brothers is deservedly well-known and much loved by classic movie fans.  Her anecdotes are funny, loving Read the full article…

Vaudevisuals Bookshelf – “Jean Cocteau – A Life”

[Translate] This passionate and monumental biography reassesses the life and legacy of one of the most significant cultural figures of the twentieth century. Unevenly respected, easily hated, almost always suspected of being inferior to his reputation, Jean Cocteau has often Read the full article…

Check out Vaudevisuals – Review – May 2016

[Translate] Vaudevisuals Review – May 2016 Lots of great things happened in May of 2016. BelloMania was at The New Victory Theatre, Bindlestiff Family Circus presented their new show “A Cardboard & Duct Tape Spectacular and Radio Free Brooklyn had Read the full article…

Check out Vaudevisuals – Review – April 2016

[Translate] April 2016 Vaudevisuals Posts April was quite a month. The Clown Un_Mask series returned with a portrait of Matt Roper. Vaudevisuals interview with Parallel Exit director Mark Lonergan with physical comedian Mark Gindick. The book ‘Clowns’ by John Towsen Read the full article…

Vaudevisuals Bookshelf – “Originals” by Adam Grant

[Translate] ORIGINALS by Adam Grant How Non-Conformist Move the World Want to read more?…buy the book here. Continue reading…

Classic Antique Street Magician Illustrations

July 18, 2016 // Book Shelf, Magic, Photography // No Comments

[Translate]         Reprinted from Jeff Sheridan’s book STREET MAGIC Continue reading…

Vaudevisuals Bookshelf – “Monstrous Progeny”

[Translate] MONSTROUS PROGENY Mary Shelley’s 1818 novel Frankenstein is its own type of monster mythos that will not die, a corpus whose parts keep getting harvested to animate new artistic creations. What makes this tale so adaptable and so resilient Read the full article…