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Ernest Thompson
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Thomas DeBaggio offers a firsthand account of his slow descent into Alzheimer's disease in Losing My Mind: An Intimate Look at Life with Alzheimer's (2003). DeBaggio shares his fears, hopes, regrets, and joys, along with memories from his distant and recent past. The daily challenges and disappointments are described honestly in an effort to help readers understand better what life with Alzheimer's disease is really like.

Harvey and Myrna Katz Frommer's It Happened on Broadway: An Oral History of the Great White Way (2004) offers an extensive oral history of Broadway. The Frommers include interviews and musings by actors, producers, writers, composers, set designers, and critics, to name a few. Their combined experiences give a unique understanding of the history of Broadway.

Professor Roger Hall teaches playwriting and captures his lessons in Writing Your First Play (1998). Hall covers the basics of characterization, plot development, setting, and other...

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