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Glen C. Kinnaird is a playwright and author living in New York City with his best friend, Tony the Theatre Dog. Kinnaird was inspired to create the "Tony the Theatre Dog" book series in 2010 when he and Tony joined friends at rehearsals for a national tour of a well-known Broadway show. An instant sensation with the cast and crew, Tony was soon nicknamed, "Tony the Theatre Dog". Kinnaird's first adventure story was developed to educate children about the world of performing arts. Before moving to New York City in 2006 to follow a dream of becoming a playwright and author, Kinnaird earned a B. A. in Communications and Public Relations and a degree in Writing for Performace and Theatre from the University of Alabama in Birmingham. He credits his parents, Leon and Clara Kinnaird, with always supporting his dreams and nurturing his imagination.
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Tony the Theatre Dog
Puttin' On a Show
by Glen C. Kinnaird View author's profile page

Overview


Tony the Theatre Dog is a new book series that takes young readers on a journey into the world of creating live theatre.
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Description


Tony the Theatre Dog is a new book series that takes young readers on a journey into the world of creating live theatre. With Tony as their guide, readers will meet different characters, explore locations and learn about different jobs that help to bring a show to life. No story is complete without conflict, so readers watch as Tony helps turn things around for the producer and cast when he inspires everyone to put their differences aside and work together. "Never underestimate the power of cheese", says Tony.
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Overview


Tony the Theatre Dog is a new book series that takes young readers on a journey into the world of creating live theatre.

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Description


Tony the Theatre Dog is a new book series that takes young readers on a journey into the world of creating live theatre. With Tony as their guide, readers will meet different characters, explore locations and learn about different jobs that help to bring a show to life. No story is complete without conflict, so readers watch as Tony helps turn things around for the producer and cast when he inspires everyone to put their differences aside and work together. "Never underestimate the power of cheese", says Tony.

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Book details

Genre:JUVENILE FICTION

Subgenre:Performing Arts / Theater

Language:English

Series title:Tony the Theatre Dog

Series Number:1

Pages:44

Format:Paperback

Paperback ISBN:9781733712118


Overview


Tony the Theatre Dog is a new book series that takes young readers on a journey into the world of creating live theatre.

Read more

Description


Tony the Theatre Dog is a new book series that takes young readers on a journey into the world of creating live theatre. With Tony as their guide, readers will meet different characters, explore locations and learn about different jobs that help to bring a show to life. No story is complete without conflict, so readers watch as Tony helps turn things around for the producer and cast when he inspires everyone to put their differences aside and work together. "Never underestimate the power of cheese", says Tony.

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About the author


Glen C. Kinnaird is a playwright and author living in New York City with his best friend, Tony the Theatre Dog. Kinnaird was inspired to create the "Tony the Theatre Dog" book series in 2010 when he and Tony joined friends at rehearsals for a national tour of a well-known Broadway show. An instant sensation with the cast and crew, Tony was soon nicknamed, "Tony the Theatre Dog". Kinnaird's first adventure story was developed to educate children about the world of performing arts. Before moving to New York City in 2006 to follow a dream of becoming a playwright and author, Kinnaird earned a B. A. in Communications and Public Relations and a degree in Writing for Performace and Theatre from the University of Alabama in Birmingham. He credits his parents, Leon and Clara Kinnaird, with always supporting his dreams and nurturing his imagination.

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