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THEATRICAL PRODUCER
DRAMATURGY
SCENOGRAPHY
COSTUME DESIGN
TOY THEATRE
COMEDY OF ERRORS
TITLE ROLE
SHADOW PLAY
BELL SHAKESPEARE COMPANY
GEORGIA SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL
DRAMA DESK AWARDS
DRAMA DESK AWARD
OVER ACTING
A NEW BRAIN
A RUNAWAY GIRL
ACME COMEDY THEATER
ADRIAN ROSS
ALBERTO NASELLI
ALBERT WOODS
ALDERNEY LANDING
ALEXANDER SUMAROKOV
ALMEIDA THEATRE
ANNA SCHER THEATRE
ANNA QUAYLE
APOLLO THEATRE
ARISTARCHUS OF TEGEA
ARTS THEATRE
ASIDES
BELLINGHAM THEATRE GUILD
BENVOLIO
BERKELEY REPERTORY THEATRE
BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
BHARATA MUNI
BHASA
BIT PART
BLACK LIGHT PUPPET
BLACKFRIARS ARTS CENTRE
BLACKFRIARS THEATRE
BLERTA
BOMBAY DREAMS
BREAD AND PUPPET THEATRE
BRISTOL HIPPODROME
BROCK PEMBERTON
BRODER SINGER
BRYONY LAVERY
BUCKS COUNTY PLAYHOUSE
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Theatrical Producer

  1. A theatrical producer is a type of producer who oversees the staging of theatre productions.

Dramaturgy

  1. Dramaturgy is a word used to collectively describe the arts and techniques used to analyse and produce theatre. (Web site)
  2. Dramaturgy is the art of dramatic composition and the representation of the main elements of drama on the stage.
  3. Dramaturgy is a hot topic.
  4. Dramaturgy is a process that might describe this transaction and this possibility.
  5. Dramaturgy is a question of timing and elements combined together.

Scenography

  1. Scenography is the practice of making theatre including sets, costumes and texts from a theoretical and practical point of view.
  2. The word "scenography" is of Greek origin, coming from the words "skini" meaning "stage" and "grafo", meaning "to write or to describe". (Web site)
  3. The Czech professional puppet theatre defended best its possitions in scenography.

Costume Design

  1. Costume design is the design of the appearance of the characters in a theater or cinema performance.
  2. Costume design is a complex and time consuming process.
  3. Costume design is a passing art and not every theater considers preserving this part of culture.
  4. Costume design is a rigorous program that offers hands-on design experience in theatre, opera, dance and film.
  5. Costume design is a unionized field.

Toy Theatre

  1. Toy theatre was popular in Victorian era England.
  2. Toy theatre, historical pageants, the cinema and television all seem to have had an influence in this respect.
  3. JUVENILE DRAMA A hand-colored, large toy theatre curtain, "Theater-Decoration.

Comedy of Errors

  1. Comedy of Errors was one of Shakespeare's earliest plays.
  2. Comedy of Errors - An analysis and synopsis of the play. (Web site)
  3. Comedy of Errors is a wonderful comic exasperation of mistaken identity. (Web site)
  4. The Comedy of Errors - A history and brief analysis of the play. (Web site)
  5. The Comedy of Errors is an early play by William Shakespeare, written between 1592 and 1594.

Title Role

  1. Further even than that, she's to sing the title role in Carmen here in August. (Web site)
  2. In September 1893, Stewart began playing a repertoire of nine operas including Gianetta in The Gondoliers and the title role in La Cigale. (Web site)
  3. The production also starred Pinkins in the title role. (Web site)

Shadow Play

  1. Nang drama or Nang Talung is a form of shadow play found in Thailand.
  2. The event that started the art of shadow play came about when one of Emperor Wu of Han 's concubine died in the Han Dynasty. (Web site)

Bell Shakespeare Company

  1. The Bell Shakespeare Company is an Australian theatre company specialising in the works of William Shakespeare. (Web site)
  2. The Bell Shakespeare Company is a dynamic, young, Australian theatre company with a broad mandate to educate and entertain the public.
  3. The Bell Shakespeare Company is a national theatre company which is Australia's pre-eminent performer of the works of William Shakespeare. (Web site)

Georgia Shakespeare Festival

  1. Most recently, he completed his fourth season with the Georgia Shakespeare Festival.
  2. Georgia Shakespeare (formerly Georgia Shakespeare Festival) is a professional, not-for-profit theatre company located in Atlanta, Georgia.
  3. We were originally founded in 1985 as Georgia Shakespeare Festival and every summer we produced a summer festival of plays under at tent.

Drama Desk Awards

  1. The Drama Desk Awards are among the most coveted and prestigious awards in the world of the American Theatre.
  2. Drama Desk Awards is the only ceremony that embraces all New York Theatre – Broadway, off-Broadway and off-off-Broadway.
  3. Drama Desk Awards is the only ceremony that embraces all New York Theatre - Broadway, off-Broadway and off-off-Broadway.
  4. The Drama Desk Awards are one of the most coveted and prestigious awards in the world of the American Theatre.
  5. The Drama Desk Awards is a TheatreSport Limited ( www.TheatreSport.org) production in association with TheaterMania.com.

Drama Desk Award

  1. Time Magazine called The Laramie Project "one of the 10 best plays of 2000" and it was nominated for the Drama Desk Award for Unique Theatrical Experience.
  2. He has won three OBIE awards along with a Drama Desk Award.
  3. Mr. Kleban posthumously won an Obie for his score for A Class Act, and he was nominated for a Tony and A Drama Desk Award.

Over Acting

  1. Over acting is a fault of many actors.
  2. A “golden voice” is absolutely not essential when pursuing your future in voice over acting.

A New Brain

  1. A New Brain is an Off-Broadway musical with music and lyrics by William Finn and book by Finn and James Lapine. (Web site)
  2. Funny, smart, sometimes sad and oddly uplifting, A New Brain is a hypnotic musical guaranteed to stick to your cerebral cortex. (Web site)

A Runaway Girl

  1. A Runaway Girl is a musical comedy in two acts written in 1898 by Seymour Hicks and Harry Nicholls.
  2. A Runaway Girl is a musical comedy written in the late 19th century. (Web site)

Acme Comedy Theater

  1. The Acme Comedy Theater is really what its name suggests, the height of zaniness -- mainly improv, sketch comedy, or both in the same production.
  2. T.B.D.'s Blurbs About me: TBD Improv has been performing at the famous ACME comedy theater for two years.

Adrian Ross

  1. Adrian Ross was a author of British musical comedies.

Alberto Naselli

  1. The first Harlequin we hear of is Alberto Naselli, from Bergamo, in 1572. (Web site)
  2. Alberto Naselli of Bergano, also known as Zan Ganassa, was an important figure in the early development of the commedia dell'arte theatre in Italy.
  3. The first actor that played with the Arlecchino's mask was Alberto Naselli in Bergamo, 1572.

Albert Woods

  1. Albert Woods was the son of Sir William Woods, Garter Principal King of Arms from 1838 until his death in 1842. (Web site)

Alderney Landing

  1. Alderney Landing is a convention centre and theatre in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.
  2. Alderney Landing is a convention centre, art gallery, market, and theatre facility in Downtown Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. (Web site)
  3. Alderney Landing is a new facility located on the Dartmouth Waterfront, adjacent to the Ferry Terminal Building.
  4. Alderney Landing is the site of The World Peace Pavilion, an art gallery, a park, a theatre and, throughout the year, numerous events and festivals.

Alexander Sumarokov

  1. Alexander Sumarokov - A biography of Russia's first modern tragic and comic dramatist. (Web site)

Almeida Theatre

  1. The Almeida Theatre is a converted small music hall in Islington.
  2. The Almeida Theatre was founded in 1980 and takes its name from the street in which it is located off Upper Street, in the London Borough of Islington. (Web site)
  3. The Almeida theatre is a small venue, the stage is a decadent lagoon where the main piece of wreckage lies.

Anna Scher Theatre

  1. He trained as an actor at the Anna Scher Theatre School in Islington.
  2. He was educated in New York , later studying drama at the Anna Scher Theatre School .
  3. Keynes attended the Anna Scher Theatre School from 2000 to 2005 and currently attends the all-boys City of London School. (Web site)

Anna Quayle

  1. Anthony Newley and his pert leading lady, underrated British performer Anna Quayle, perform the score with flash and verve.
  2. Anna Quayle (born October 6, 1936 in London) is a tall (5'10") stage, film and TV actress of Irish Catholic extraction on her mother's side.
  3. At the Broadway performance we saw in '63 and in the Album with Anna Quayle there was fresh energy and not a false moment.

Apollo Theatre

  1. Apollo theatre is a lot smaller than Madison Square Garden (18,000 people). (Web site)
  2. The Apollo Theatre is a legend in both the Black and White communities.
  3. The Apollo Theatre was opened a month after the death of Queen Victoria - thus making it the first West End theatre of the Edwardian age. (Web site)

Aristarchus of Tegea

  1. Aristarchus of Tegea was a contemporary of Sophocles and Euripides, who lived to be a centenarian, to compose seventy pieces and to win two tragic victories. (Web site)

Arts Theatre

  1. The Cambridge Greek Play is now hosted in the historic Cambridge Arts Theatre, once established by the economist John Maynard Keynes.
  2. Kensington Arts Theatre Group, is a new non-profit theatre group in Maryland.
  3. Putney Arts Theatre is not responsible for the content of any of the sites listed here, or any other sites which link to this one.

Asides

  1. It is a dramatic convention that soliloquies and asides cannot be heard or noticed by the other characters, even if they are delivered in their plain view.
  2. Frequently in modern theatre, the actor may deliver the monologue in an " aside " (or a sequence of asides).
  3. In The Good Person of Sezuan the frequent asides to the audience also achieve a V-effekt. (Web site)

Bellingham Theatre Guild

  1. Bellingham Theatre Guild is one of the few places to host community theater productions in the area.
  2. The Bellingham Theatre Guild is one of the few places to host community theater productions in the area.

Benvolio

  1. Benvolio is a character in William Shakespeare's fiction 'Romeo and Juliet', one of the legendary Montagues. (Web site)
  2. Benvolio is a friend .
  3. Benvolio is a gay man who enjoys partying with his lesbian friends, Romeo and Mercutio. (Web site)
  4. Benvolio is also a character in Christopher Marlowe 's play Doctor Faustus.

Berkeley Repertory Theatre

  1. Berkeley Repertory Theatre is a regional theater company located in Berkeley, California. (Web site)
  2. Berkeley Repertory Theatre is a professional not-for-profit organization. (Web site)
  3. Perhaps you saw Mandragona in the altogether in Berkeley Repertory Theatre’s zany Fetes de la Nuit.

Best Supporting Actor

  1. Best supporting actor is a really tough category: Orville Mendoza was superb in Macao -------- but so was Jeff Coon in Forum. (Web site)
  2. It was the year that they were nominated in the best supporting actor category (Caine for The Cider House Rules and Osment for The Sixth Sense). (Web site)
  3. He did not win the Oscar, but he did win the Best Supporting Actor BAFTA Award for the role. (Web site)

Bharata Muni

  1. Bharata Muni was an ancient Indian writer whose life has been dated variously from the 5th century BCE to the 2nd century. (Web site)
  2. Bharata Muni was an ancient Indian writer whose life has been dated differently from the 5th century BCE to the 2nd century Ad.
  3. And Brahma passed on all the information on Dance and Drama to Bharata Muni who compiled it as the Natya Shastra.

Bhasa

  1. Bhasa was a natural dramatist who drew heavily from the epics, but Kalidasa can be called an original playwright. (Web site)
  2. The fact that Bhasa violates some of the rules of Bharata suggests that in his days, the Natya Sastra had not obtained sufficient sanctity.
  3. NTV will be unique, in that it will offer four channels each in Bhasa Malaysia, English, Mandarin, Tamil and some native dialects.

Bit Part

  1. A bit part is a supporting acting role with at least one line of dialogue. (Web site)

Black Light Puppet

  1. The black light puppet is a form of puppetry. (Web site)

Blackfriars Arts Centre

  1. Blackfriars Arts Centre is a registered charity.
  2. Blackfriars Arts Centre is a theatre and community centre located in Boston, England built on the site of a mediaeval friary. (Web site)

Blackfriars Theatre

  1. Blackfriars Theatre is a mid-sized professional theatre that has entertained audiences for more than 50 years in downtown Rochester, New York.
  2. Blackfriars Theatre - a professionally oriented community theatre. (Web site)
  3. The Blackfriars Theatre was the name of two separate theatres located in the City of London on the site of a dissolved 13th-century Dominican monastery. (Web site)

Blerta

  1. Blerta was a New Zealand musical and theatrical co-operative, active in the 1970s.
  2. Blerta were a New Zealand musical and theatrical co-operative, active in the 1970s. (Web site)
  3. In May 1973, the members of Blerta appeared at the Nimbin Festival.

Bombay Dreams

  1. BOMBAY DREAMS is a love story set against the backdrop of the Indian movie industry Bollywood.
  2. BOMBAY DREAMS was originally produced by Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber in 2002; he recruited the famous Indian musician A.R. Rahman to write the music.
  3. Bombay Dreams - A R Rahman's theatrical tribute to the industry is a must see.
  4. Bombay Dreams is a Bollywood -themed musical.
  5. Bombay Dreams is a celebration of the best of humanity.

Bread And Puppet Theatre

  1. Bread and Puppet Theatre is a political troupe that is famous for its massive spectacles using masked characters and large papier-mâché puppets.
  2. During the Vietnam War and after, the Bread and Puppet Theatre utilized larger-than-life puppets in their political theater pieces. (Web site)
  3. Radical puppetry groups, such as The Bread and Puppet Theatre, and Art and Revolution, operate in this carnivalesque vein.

Bristol Hippodrome

  1. The Bristol Hippodrome is a larger theatre which hosts national touring productions. (Web site)
  2. The Bristol Hippodrome is a theatre in the city centre of Bristol with a capacity of nearly 2000. (Web site)
  3. The Bristol Hippodrome is one of the country's top provincial theatres and one which continues to stage major West End and Broadway productions.
  4. The Bristol Hippodrome was built in 1912 and was the last major work of the theatre architect Frank Matcham.

Brock Pemberton

  1. Almost overnight, the play was being directed by Komisarjevsky in London, Brock Pemberton in New York, and Max Reinhardt in Germany. (Web site)
  2. Brock Pemberton suggested that the American Theatre Wing create a series of awards to be given in her honor. (Web site)
  3. Max Wilk: It was my father's passion to be friends with Brock Pemberton and Antoinette Perry. (Web site)

Broder Singer

  1. Grodner met his wife Annetta in his travels as a Broder singer.
  2. The most famous Broder singer was Berl Margulis, better known as Berl Broder (1815–1868).

Bryony Lavery

  1. Bryony Lavery is a modern British playwright.
  2. Bryony Lavery is a prolific, acclaimed and award-winning playwright whose plays are performed internationally on stage and on air.
  3. Bryony Lavery was the author of the 2004 play Frozen.

Bucks County Playhouse

  1. The Bucks County Playhouse is a national landmark rich in theatrical history.

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