Theater


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YouTube Theater 

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Theatre History  The purpose of this project is to review the highlights of different periods of theatre history, including plays, acting styles, staging convention, costuming, and playwrights. Web links have been provided so that students can find additional information on items of interest.

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Theater History Resources   This site covers classical theater, media lens Renaissance theater, Elizabethan theater, modern theater, theater costumes and makeup, theater resources, and links to some of the best Internet sites.

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Applied & Interactive Theatre Guide  .... a resource for those who use theatre techniques for other or more than arts or entertainment purposes, and for those whose theatre styles incorporate other than traditional presentation styles.

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Virtual Library Theatre and Drama   Here you will find pointers to resources in more than 50 countries around the world, for professionals, amateurs, academics and students of all ages. We are trying to make the site multi-cultural and multi-lingual. Please help us to help others, and tell us of any resources you think we should include. The site is updated daily.

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Theater and the Arts

  1. Drama and the preforming Arts  The school strives to provide an education that enables and empowers its diverse students to: develop their intellectual, spiritual, emotional, and physical gifts; to understand and respect the similarities and differences among themselves and others in their local and world communities; and to learn the habits of mind and self-discipline necessary to live with integrity and purpose as contributing members of society.
  2. What Can You Do With A Theater Major  Of course theatre majors can "do" theatre.  But they also develop a neatly large number of highly valuable skills that make them valuable employees for any job.  This article seeks to help you recognize your special advantages as a theatre major....more advantages than almost all other liberal a why grads have. 
  3. Why Study Theater   Objects of this lesson: Students will examine:  some of the different ways that the theatre has been viewed in the past,  some of the reasons for justifying theatre as an area of study  some of the different ways in which we can examine theatre today
  4.  Rise Community Little Theater    Mission Statement:   the Roswell community Little theater is a nonprofit volunteer organization dedicated to the production and presentation of live theater performances for the entertainment of the general public in Roswell.
  5.  Learn Improv   This site is devoted to the art of improvisational comedy theatre. Learnimprov.com contains the most detailed and approachable collection of improv comedy structures on the web. Improv comedy structures are one of the key tools used to create improvisational comedy theatre. From games to warm-ups they are detailed here. It is unlikely that you will be able to learn improv comedy from the Internet. Improv comedy requires hours of rehearsal, coaching and dedication to the craft.
  6. YouTube Theater   
  7. Theater History   this site covers such things as your dues of theater, ancient theater, the evil theater, American theater, Asian theater, British theater, French theater, German theater, Irish theater, Italian theater, Russian theater, and Spanish theater.
  8. Theatre History   The purpose of this project is to review the highlights of different periods of theatre history, including plays, acting styles, staging convention, costuming, and playwrights. Web links have been provided so that students can find additional information on items of interest.
  9. Theater History Resourses    This site covers classical theater, media lens Renaissance theater, Elizabethan theater, modern theater, theater costumes and makeup, theater resources, and links to some of the best Internet sites.
  10. Kids Work You!   The word theater means a “place for seeing,” but theater is more than just a building where plays are performed. It’s the whole idea behind what happens there. Theater is where playwrights write scripts, directors supervise rehearsals, set designers and technical crew work behind-the-scenes, and the actors perform on stage. All of these people have an important role in the theater, but it is not true theater until an audience is there to experience it.
  11. How to Apply Stage Makeup  (YouTube) Learn from the pros -- Seattle Opera Makeup Artists who know how to make a character's look pop onstage and sparkle in the theater -- in this introductory how-to course perfect for anyone working in theater anywhere or learning a new craft for the first time.
  12. Applied & Interactive Theatre Guide  .... a resource for those who use theatre techniques for other or more than arts or entertainment purposes, and for those whose theatre styles incorporate other than traditional presentation styles.
  13.  Musicals 101   The Cyber Encyclopedia of Musical Theatre, TV and Film
  14. Internet Broadway Database   IBDB (Internet Broadway Database) archive is the official database for Broadway theatre information. IBDB provides records of productions from the beginnings of New York theatre until today.
  15. Virtual Library Theatre and Drama   Here you will find pointers to resources in more than 50 countries around the world, for professionals, amateurs, academics and students of all ages. We are trying to make the site multi-cultural and multi-lingual. Please help us to help others, and tell us of any resources you think we should include. The site is updated daily.
  16. Getting a Job as a Stage Technician  A stage technician is often referred to as a "stage crew member" or a "stagehand." They assist stage directors with all aspects of a production's preparation and they also work behind the scenes during live performances to ensure that everything runs smoothly and on schedule. According to www.occupationalinfo.org prior to a live performance a stage technician is responsible for ensuring that lighting is installed correctly verifying that scenery is ready and placing props in the correct places on and off stage.



© Thomas Wilson 2016