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- DescriptionThe Best of Sheep is a collection of the Sheep series poetry selections by award-winning author and 2009 Senior Poet Laurette of Texas, Don Shook. The poems depict universal subjects ranging from human cellular structure to the far reaches of outter space, while examining practically everything inbetween. Charged with drama, humor, philosophical observations and biting wit, in this book Shook brings the usual and the abstract into the realm of stark reality. Never overblown or boring, The Best of Sheep promises to keep the reader both educated and entertained. Tears, smiles and outright laughter are all part of Shook's unique style - classical and abstract - the author dares to defile the pompous and unlift the downtrodden in this journey of fun and thought-provoking insight. It's a place where few humans trod but where Sheep find the grazing exciting and fulfilling.
- Author BiographyDon Shook, founder of The Actors Company and current President of the Fort Worth Poetry Society, has been on the Dallas/Ft. Worth and the national entertainment scene for over forty years. He was recently named TEXAS SENIOR POET LAUREATE by the Angels Without Wings foundation and was a winner in the Lucidity International Poetry Competition Don is a multi-talented actor, director, producer and author who has award-winning scripts, television shows, and theatrical productions in his bag of credits. Formally with NBC in New York, where he also performed at Carnegie Hall in Tom Booth's opera Gentlemen In Waiting, he announced on air for WNBC and was part of The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson. For five years he was a resident performer at Casa Manana Musicals in Ft. Worth and has appeared as an actor in theatres across the country. He wrote the musical A Thorn In The Thicket, selected for presentation in New York at the ASCAP Outstanding New Musical Showcase and produced twice in Dallas. Locally, his Heritage Park CC won the Crystal Award in 1988 as The Outstanding Community Access Television. He has appeared on local television as host of The Don Shook Show and as a reporter on The Stock Market Observer. Working with such stars as Dick Clark, Cybil Shepherd, Debbie Reynolds, John Gary, Betty Buckley and Sid Caesar, he has performed in theatre, film, and television across the country. Recently he was s a featured soloist in the musical Follies with the Lyric Theater in Irving, Texas. Having been named to the National Jaycees list of Outstanding Young Men in America, he also taught music and drama at Texas A&M at Commerce, Duncanville High School, Temple Jr. College, Greenville Junior High and Brookhaven College in Dallas. His Actors Workshop has fostered talent for television shows such as All My Children, Family Law, The Drew Carey Show, and The Bold And The Beautiful. He also worked with Mari Lyn Henry in Southwest Casting for ABC Daytime Television. Mr. Shook has written three novels, four screenplays and over a dozen teleplays and was principal writer for the Mrs. America Contest at the Plano Arts Center. His compilation of various short scenes and one-act plays Women And Other Strange Beings was produced recently at KD Studio Theatre in Dallas. Recently, he wrote, directed and produced three shows, Tatiana, Murder In The Ozarks, and Ozark Shotgun Wedding at three different theaters in Branson, Missouri.
- Author(s)J Don Shook
- PublisherCreatespace Independent Publishing Platform
- Date of Publication12/11/2013
- FormatPaperback / softback
- SubjectPoetry Texts & Poetry Anthologies
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintCreatespace Independent Publishing Platform
- Content Noteblack & white illustrations
- Weight100 g
- Width152 mm
- Height229 mm
- Spine3 mm
- Format DetailsTrade paperback (US),Unsewn / adhesive bound
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