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  Theatre Three, Inc.
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www.theatre3dallas.com   (171 words)

  Theatre - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Konstantin Somov's illustration for The Theatre by Alexander Blok (1909).
Theatre for social change: Theatre that addresses a social issue and uses performance as a way of illustrating injustice to the audience.
Theatre of the Absurd: Term coined by Martin Esslin, theatre in which characters are engaged in an absurd, that is meaningless, activity or life.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Theatre   (1516 words)

Theatre students interpret the nature of human existence in special presentations for courses and symposia, as well as in the theatre department’s own season of full-length plays, one-acts, dance concerts, and student projects.
Theatre majors are required to study all aspects of the theatre through coursework in classic and contemporary dramatic literature; acting; directing; theatre design, where offerings include courses in costuming, scene design, lighting, and makeup; and dance, with offerings including stage movement, contemporary dance, and ballet.
Students minoring in theatre with dance emphasis are encouraged to develop theatre and dance skills in conjunction with a study of aesthetics, history, and criticism.
www.lclark.edu /COLLEGE/DEPAR/THEA   (797 words)

 SFSU Department of Theatre Arts
As a center for the training of future theatre artists and audiences, the department is committed to introducing a diversity of theatrical traditions and cultures to students.
The Theatre Arts Department at San Francisco State University is a place for learning, experimenting, and performing in the excitement of the living theatre.
The Department of Theatre Arts is part of a dynamic College of Creative Arts, with companion Departments of Art, Broadcast Electronic Communication Arts, Cinema, Design & Industry, and the School of Music and Dance.
www.sfsu.edu /~tha   (209 words)

 Theatre New Directions Page
Our mission is to provide students with the tools necessary to prepare for careers as theatre educators, professional practitioners, or to continue their studies on the graduate level.
It is critical for all Theatre majors to meet with their academic advisor prior to registering each semester.
The Minor in Theatre for Youth is designed for the emerging theatre professional and for those seeking teacher certification.
theatre.tamucc.edu /academics.htm   (720 words)

 USD - Theatre Home
Theatre at The U offers you the perfect balance of scholarship and training, with courses in acting, directing, design, technology, dramatic literature, theatre history and more.
The Department of Theatre is part of the College of Fine Arts, housed in the 104,000 square foot, state-of-the-art Warren M. Lee Center for the Fine Arts.
Theatre students benefit from this unique creative community that also includes students of music and art.
www.usd.edu /cfa/Theatre   (782 words)

 Agnes Scott College | Academics | Theatre   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Theatre holds a mirror up to nature, allowing us to see ourselves and see our place in the universe in a manner that is at once both immediate and timeless.
Theatre students develop artistic, analytical, critical and organizational capabilities as they work to realize their full creative potential.
The theatre curriculum integrates theory, history and practice, including foundational training in acting, directing, dramatic writing and design, and culminates in a performance project for the public.
www.agnesscott.edu /academics/p_theatre.asp   (489 words)

 Theatre Majors - Theatre Internships - Careers in Theatre - Hollins University
Theatre students at Hollins participate fully in every aspect of theatre production, including acting, design, directing, stage management, and technical production.
The course of study culminates in the senior project, which demonstrates the student's knowledge of theatre, integrates formerly compartmentalized areas of study, and poses new questions and challenges.
Hollins' theatre program provides a solid foundation for those wishing to pursue graduate-level work in theatre, professional theatre apprenticeships, or any environment where creative problem solving, collaboration, and research/analysis skills are valued.
www.hollins.edu /undergrad/theatre/theatre.htm   (671 words)

 Theatre   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Southern's theatre major prepares you for careers in theatre, whether your heart's desire is to be on stage, backstage, or in the wings.
That's because our undergraduate theatre program, grounded in the liberal arts tradition, gives students critical thinking skills and specialized theatre training that serve them well in any workplace.
Theatre designers and technical specialists create the visual elements and illusion that set the scene - and sometimes steal the show.
www.southernct.edu /undergrad/schas/THR   (535 words)

 Theatre, Performing Arts
The American Association of Community Theatre (AACT) is the national voice of community theatre, representing the interests of its members and over 7,000 theatres across the U.S. American repertory theatre.
Bhasabharathi is an Institute organised and undertaken by a group of researchers in the field of theatre and allied performing arts.
Started under the artistic direction of Sam Mendes in October 1992, the theatre has become a leader in London’s performing arts community.
www.zeroland.co.nz /theatre_theater.html   (468 words)

 Penn State | School of Theatre
Received her BA in Theatre and Dance from UC Santa Cruz, her MA in Art from California State University Northridge and is ABD, completing he PhD in Art Education from Penn State.
She oversees the Theatre 100 experience, as well as teaching undergraduate acting and graduate seminars in dramatic literature.
Sage was previously on the voice and musical theatre faculties of Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut, The American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York City, and New York University’s Tisch School of the Art’s Project 21, Inc. (CAP 21).
www.theatre.psu.edu /people/faculty.html   (2957 words)

 UNCW Student Affairs: Career Services
The Theatre major can help prepare students for many career opportunities including work in the specific areas of theater production or performance as well as the related areas of advertising, television, film, recreation, education, and management.
Theatre study includes a comprehensive study in theater, practical experience in professional production, and a solid background in the liberal arts.
This means that college graduates use their education in a wide variety of fields, and your future career may relate more to your personal career interests, work values and transferable skills than any specific academic major.
www.uncwil.edu /stuaff/career/Majors/theater.htm   (303 words)

 Actors - Theatre History   (Site not responding. Last check: )
MASC is dedicated to the performance of Greek and Roman theatre on the modern stage.
Each performance record shows the date of performance, author(s) and composer(s), title, theatre, genre, number of acts, year of publication, and date of first performance.
The Royal City of London Theatre (1837-1868) will serve us as an example of a more or less typical London playhouse in the mid-XIX century, furnishing popular entertainment to the predominantly working class and mercantile audiences of the London East End at the age of industrialization.
www.theatrelibrary.org /links/ActorsHistory.html   (1280 words)

 Welcome to Georgia Theatre
From the Grand Theatre in Cartersville to the Fabulous Fox in Atlanta, the arts continue to play a large role in communities across the state.
Two other Georgia theatres not to be missed have their names etched in preservation history.
Visit the the Morton Theatre of Athens and discover the history of one of the first African American vaudeville theatres in the United States.
www.georgia.org /Travel/Entertainment/Theatre.htm   (502 words)

 McCoy's Guide to Theatre and Performance Studies   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The theatre section is a good place to find a sampling of what's playing in various cities of the world.
Concentrating on theatres that are members of the Society of London Theatre: "the main 46 top theatres" of the West End.
Audio theatre is what happened to Radio Drama when "the delivery vehicle abandoned the art form." This site includes news on over 125 practicing organizations, as well as contests on writing and producing audio theatre.
www.stetson.edu /departments/csata/thr_guid.html   (6836 words)

 Category:Theatre - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Note that theatre and theater are both accepted spellings in the US.
The main article for this category is Theatre.
There are 30 subcategories shown below (more may be shown on subsequent pages).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Category:Theatre   (102 words)

The web page states that it is the "official website of Broadway." Find shows on tour, a list of Broadway theatres with addresses and links to the Internet Broadway Database for more information on the history of the theater and the productions held there, news, and events.
This site is well organized, with a variety of topics pertaining to theatre, including many of those on this research guide.
Theatre links include categories such as: history, Shakespeare, theatre companies, broadway & off-broadway, musical theatre, comedy & improv, playwriting & dramaturgy, design & stagecraft, etc. Dance links include topics such as: dance companies, dance (by subject), New York City dance information, dancer's health, festivals and competitions, grants and funding, service organizations and unions, etc.
library.albany.edu /subject/theatre.html   (1751 words)

 Department of Theatre - Home Page   (Site not responding. Last check: )
It is one of the nation's leading and most unique educational theatres.
Nearly 200 students are enrolled and/or participate in the three theatres it operates.
Each year these theatres play to the second largest audience in Michigan--second only to the audience at Detroit's Fisher Theatre, where tours of New York musicals and plays, and pre-Broadway tryouts are presented.
www.theatre.wayne.edu /index2.php   (160 words)

 Shakespeare's Theatre
This includes sites dedicated to the physical Globe Theatre (the original and the modern, reconstructed Globe) and other contemporary Elizabethan playhouses, as well as aspects of Shakespearean theatrical performance.
The Tsubouchi Memorial Theatre Museum, Wasedu University, built after the Fortune Theatre.
The two matters considered in depth are the relationship between the design of performance arenas in Elizabethan England and those of Ancient Rome, and Early Modern Plays with a Roman theme.
shakespeare.palomar.edu /theatre.htm   (637 words)

London & West End theatre tickets, Theater listings and information, dinner/hotel deals
Get information on regional theatres all across the UK.
Now book dinner and a show together in one stop.
london.broadway.com   (165 words)

 Theatre   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Each week I'll be introducing and reviewing a theatrically related web site for theatre fans, advocates, and professionals.
Post article on musical theatre writers revisiting their earlier
How to Fix the State of the Musical Theatre (2 msgs)
www.suite101.com /welcome.cfm/theatre   (502 words)

 Jack Wolcott's Theatre History on the Web
Theatre practitioners as well as scholars will find these listings to be of value.
Theatre History and Computing in the University of Washington School of Drama:
This site is sponsored by VideOccasions, a Bellevue Washington video production company, as a service to the academic community.
www.videoccasions-nw.com /history/jack.html   (118 words)

 East Stroudsburg University Theatre Department   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Department of Theatre offers a major in both Theatre and Fine Arts as well as opportunities for students to gain valuable production experience during the course of the academic season.
The Department of Theatre produces a total of four plays during the academic year in two state of the art facilities:
We are located in the beautiful Fine and Performing Arts Center on the campus of East Stroudsburg University.
www.esu.edu /theatre/index.shtml   (110 words)

 Artslynx Colorado Arts Resources
For THOUSANDS of resources on all aspects of theatre around the world, see also...
And Toto Too Theatre Company - Based in Denver, this new (in 2005) company features the original work of women artists, particularly playwrights.
University of Colorado, Boulder - Dept. of Theatre and Dance
www.artslynx.org /colorado/theatre.htm   (349 words)

Resources for the Study of Theatre by National Cultures
OISTAT - the international organization of scenographers, theatre architects and technicians
Theatre on Film and TV The Theatre Channel
research.haifa.ac.il /~theatre/links.html   (216 words)

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