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  • ArtsAlive English Theatre: Find out how design and production, actors, playwrights, directors, and others come together to produce a performance. Includes glossary of commonly used theatre terms.
  • Changing Stages: Learn about this PBS series that explores the influences, inspirations, and conflicts that have shaped the course of theatre. Site includes biographies of significant people, timeline of important theatre events, and links to other theatre resources.
  • Children's Creative Theater Guide: Introduces children to theater history, games, terms, and other resources. Includes a virtual tour of a Nebraska children's theater and an original skit with costume and makeup ideas.
  • Children's Theatre History and Background: A short history of children's theatre in the United States.
  • Family Week at the Theatre: Across New Jersey, young people and their families will receive free and/or discounted tickets to over 100 performances/events including free classes, workshops and backstage tours.
  • Kabuki for Everyone: Introduces a traditional form of Japanese theater.
  • Kathakali: Read about this form of Indian drama.
  • Masterpiece Theatre: Official site for the series with broadcast schedule, complete history of the series, timelines, and learning resources.
  • Shakespeare's Globe Theatre: Provides background information on Shakespearean performance in original conditions. Includes guides to the original Globe Theatre and a reconstructed version.
  • Shakey's Place 3D: Learn about Shakespeare's life and works. Begin with a biography, then move on to learn about his plays and sonnets. Includes summaries, as well as links to text, photographs from performances, and further information for each work.
  • State by State Children's Theatre Listings: Find children's theaters across the USA on this state-by-state listing.
  • The Art and Science of Theater: Learn how to stage a theatrical production, including finding a script, auditioning actors, building a set, and designing the lighting. Study the history of western theater from the time of ancient Greece to the twentieth century. Find out about authors and their plays which have made an impact on the development of theater.
  • Vaudeville and Popular Entertainment, 1870-1920: A multimedia collection from the Library of Congress.

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