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They Fight" is a compilation of fight scenes from a diverse range of historical and contemporary plays. There is a special emphasis on roles for female combatants. This book is an excellent resource for stage combat societies and instructors, and for actor/combatant trainees preparing for fight exams. I highly recommend it. Tony Wolf.

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Whether you are a seasoned professional or just starting out learning the craft of fighting for the stage, this collection of fight scenes -- the first of its kind -- will be a great addition to your library.

Comments: (4)

Mataxe
The proposed topic for this book could potentially fill volumes... if you're willing to put in the work. What has been compiled, it seems, is only a brief smattering of fight scenes and scenes that could be interpretted as fight scenes. I appreciate the attention given to gender mixing and classical vs. contemporary plays, but the end result is only a handful of useful works, a handful of interesting works, and several that make the reader just why the author bothered with them.

I'm glad it exists, I'm glad I own it, but this is certainly not a "definitive" collection. I wait patiently for a more comprehensive collection.
Ndlaitha
This book is a great tool for teaching students motivation and context in fight scenes. I've assigned it as a textbook in the stage combat course I'm teaching and my students are using the scenes to better understand stage combat as a part of their overall theater training. There is enough variety in the scenes to illustrate the range of possibility in theatrical violence, and the scenes pick up and leave off at points where students can understand character motivations and the reasons for and repercussions of their character choices. This is a great book to have if you're involved with stage combat.
Syleazahad
"They Fight" is a compilation of fight scenes from a diverse range of historical and contemporary plays. Editor Kyna Hamill has taken pains to select scenes that present an interesting variety of characters and scenarios, fighting styles and weapon choices. There is a special emphasis on roles for female combatants.
This book is an excellent resource for stage combat societies and instructors, and for actor/combatant trainees preparing for fight exams. I highly recommend it.
Tony Wolf
Runeterror
I was looking for a good resource to find fight scenes, and after a quick internet search this was the first book to come up. When I found a hard copy my first impression was how light and thin the book was, and this was the first warning that this book wasn't going to be nearly as in-depth as I expected. So I opened it up and looked at the contents, and I was right. For a book that claims to have scenes from classical to contemporary, it seems to have a lot of classical with one or two contemporary plays mixed in.

The whole book seems to have a very reserved element about it, as if it's reluctant to expose the reader to violence. Not recommended for the serious crowd, but it probably works as a "my first fight scene" book.
They Fight: Classical to Contemporary Stage Fight Scenes (Career Development Series) download epub
Performing Arts
Author: Kyna Hamill
ISBN: 1575253224
Category: Arts & Photography
Subcategory: Performing Arts
Language: English
Publisher: Smith & Kraus Pub Inc (April 1, 2003)
Pages: 163 pages