This section contains books about musical theatre. For a list of libretti published by Nick Hern Books, see Musicals.
Techniques and Exercises for Musical-Theatre Actors
An impassioned and invaluable guide for actors and students of musical theatre.
A witty, insightul and deliciously naughty guide on how to succeed in showbusiness, by the anonymous Internet sensation West End Producer.
And How to Write Your Own
Why do some musicals work, while others just don't? And what should you do if you're thinking of writing your own? Julian Woolford, a successful writer and director of musicals and lecturer in writing musicals at the University of London, explores the musical-theatre canon to answer these and many other questions.
Your Questions AnsweredTwo of the biggest musical-theatre stars working today answer questions submitted by the public on a wide range of theatrical topics.
An Owner's ManualBy Pat Wilson
Concise, intelligent, helpful and eminently readable, this book shows how to keep your singing voice in good trim and how to tackle the tough world of auditions, rehearsals, long runs, tours, sound studios and other tests and trials.
By Orlanda Cook
A comprehensive instruction manual, full of practical exercises, which starts with overhauling our attitude to our voice.
An insider's guide to achieving that dream career – by one of the brightest stars in musical theatre.