How to Write Successful Fundraising Letters

You'll learn all the essential components of writing for success from this go-to book for writing for fundraising! Mal Warwick, the nation's premier letter-writing tutor and direct mail expert, shows you the essential tools for making your direct marketing program a success.

Never Act Your Age

Learn how to use theatre for a healthier, more active life. The witty, whimsical Dr. Dale keeps you in stitches as he prescribes acting and laughter to help you feel years younger. Gain a new outlook on how being on stage can bring you health, success, and a fuller life.

Standing Ovation

"A senior theatre company, Act II Studio, is approached by a Canadian center about transforming their social science research into a play about breast cancer. What resulted was the phenomenon, "Handle With Care?" which had over 200 performances across Canada and in the U.S.

Drama Activities with Older Adults: A Handbook for Leaders

Drama comes alive in this practical guide. With step-by-step instructions, directing creative drama, improvisation and basic acting becomes easy. Includes 50 activities to stimulate senses, awaken imagination, encourage interaction and stimulate verbal communication. Our favorite 'How-to' book!

NEW! Barrier-Free Theatre

Barrier-Free Theatre is a useful book, filled with nuts-and-bolts, hands-on, comprehensive guide for making drama accessible to people of all ages. Written for drama teachers and directors, recreation leaders, therapists, and other group leaders, this book explains in simple, non-technical language how to make accommodations for successful participation in creative drama, improvisation, puppetry, traditional plays, and new plays.

Aging Artfully

This rich collection of photos and recollections demonstrate the value of creativity during any age of our lives. Includes “7 Songs of Women’s Lives,” a CD by Frances Kandl. They are based on the women featured in “Aging Artfully.”

Reminiscence Theatre: Making Theatre from Memories

Reminiscence Theatre is a comprehensive guide to the nature, practice and therapeutic effects of reminiscence theatre. Drawing on examples from a range of real-life case studies, , Pam Schweitzer provides practical advice on how to draw out oral histories, create a script, and develop the material into a dramatic production from your life experience.