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Undermain Theatre

The Undermain Theatre is an 80-seat regional theater, home to the professional theater company, Deep Ellum Theatre Group. It is located in Deep Ellum, Dallas, Texas. Deriving its name from the actual location of the basement space "under Main Street", this ensemble group of theatre artists performs new and experimental works throughout Dallas, New York City and Europe and has become known for producing many contemporary writers.

                                               

White Rose Theatre

White Rose Theatre was founded by playwright and director Chris Bush while at the University of York in 2005. Started as a new writing company, they currently specialise in new musical theatre, and are best known for their 2007 production TONY! The Blair Musical.

                                               

Genesian Theatre

The Genesian Theatre is an amateur theatre company based in Sydney, Australia, named in honour of Saint Genesius, patron saint of actors. Formed in 1944 by members of the Sydney Catholic Youth Organisation, it has since evolved into a community theatre in the heart of the Sydney central business district.

                                               

Mad Cow Theatre

The mad cow theatre began in late 1997 as a simple two-show project among a group of actors / Directors in a former project Studio in Maitland, FL. After the initial four-year period of renting space from such organizations as Rollins College of Central Florida, Orlando-UCF Shakespeare festival, City theatre of Central Florida, Orlando international theatre fringe festival, cow celebrates its 21st season in downtown Orlando. Mad cow has built partnerships with other municipal companies and received two awards "Golden brick award" for outstanding contribution to the life of the city. Mad cow theatre has also been named "best theatre" by the magazine "Orlando" for several years.

                                               

Theatre

Theatre or theater is a collaborative form of performing art that uses live performers, usually actors or Actresses to represent the experience of a real or imagined event before a live audience in a specific place, often on stage. The performers may communicate this experience to the audience through combinations of gesture, speech, song, music and dance. Elements of art such as painted scenery and stage lighting are used to enhance the physicality, presence and relevance of experience. A specific place of execution is also referred to by the word "theatre" as derived from the ancient Greek θέατρον, from θεάομαι. Modern Western theatre, to a large extent, from the theatre of Ancient Greece, from which it borrows technical terminology, classification by genres, and many of its themes, stock characters, and story elements. Theatre artist Patrice Pavis defines theatricality, theatrical language, stage writing, and the specificity of theatre as synonymous expressions that differentiate theatre from the other performing arts, literature, and art in General. Contemporary theatre includes performances of plays and musical theatre. Art forms of ballet and Opera theatre and a multitude of conventions such as acting, costumes and staging. They were influential in the development of musical theater, see these articles for more information.

                                               

Dan Swanska Theatren

Dan Swanska Theatren was an all-male Swedish Theatre Comedy troupe, active between 1682 and 1691: from 1686 in Stockholm. The company performed in Lejonkulan in 1686-89 and in Bollhuset in 1689-91. They were the first theater company in Sweden composed of Swedish actors and formed the first Swedish language theater in Sweden. However, they were a company formed of student actors from Uppsala University, who did not regard themselves as professional actors and who referred to their activity as temporary, which it also was. Nevertheless, they were pioneers in the history of the Swedish theater.

What is theatre arts.

Nineteenth century theatre. Theatre Development Fund TDF is a Not For Profit Organization for the Performing Arts which works to make theatre affordable and accessible to all. Theater or theatre. Theatre Consultants Collaborative. Theatre is happening in every Chicago neighborhood this year, from downtown plays and improv, theres a seat waiting for you at one of our 200 theatres.

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