Theatre links and T Guide - Resources and Review

Gateway to the sites for all of Edinburgh's festivals, including the Edinburgh International Festival, the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the International Film Festival and Edinburgh´s Hogmanay.
Gateway to arts and culture information. Headings include Artists, Art Museums, Art Exhibitions, Commercial Arts, Art Education, Art History, Crafts, Dance, Opera, Theatre, Antiques, Architecture, Film and Literature.
Extensive index of resources designed to assist theatre historians. Eras covered include Classical, Medieval and Renaissance, Elizabethan, and 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries. Collections of art and general theatre material are offered, along with links to related research centres, libraries, museums, and exhibitions.
Information about the Zarzuela, a Spanish lyric theatre genre. Includes history, composers, CD reviews, song translations, images, and an index of works.
Promotes knowledge of the performing arts by offering an Internet archive of theatre designs used in professional, regional, and educational productions. Information is arranged by scene, costume, and lighting design, and then subdivided by title, playwright, designer, and producer. Additional information is provided, where available, in the form of photographs and theatre locations.
An automated catalogue of numerous mailing lists relevant to the arts, including theatre, television and photography, with descriptions and subscription details.
Links to Irish theatre companies, venues, dance companies and festivals, with news of current performances.
Collection of links to theatrical pictures. Includes Ballets Russes, English actors at the turn of the twentieth century, an illustrated Kabuki manuscript and Korean mask dramas and puppetry
Index to opera music in the UK, including companies, theatres, singers and magazines.
Contains technical and professional links and information for the performing arts in the UK. Includes a glossary and links to amateur clubs, dance, opera, gossip, jobs and training resources.
Selection of annotated links to resources relating to 17th and 18th Century opera and theatre music, arranged by country.
Kabuki is one of Japan's traditional theatrical arts. Includes information on the background, repertoire, aesthetic elements, theatre and stage, actors and Kabuki in present
day Japan.
Index of theatre and drama mailing lists with brief descriptions of each.
Index of professional, academic and recreational theatre and drama resources including academic and training institutions, theatre companies, events and festivals and theatre image collections. A section of plays online in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish is also available.
Lists of puppetry organisations, festivals and theatres, definitions, information on using puppetry, world puppetry traditions, international exhibitions and performers, instructions on how to make puppets, schools and workshops.
Information on 19th Century opera in countries including Britain, Italy, Germany, France, Russia and the Czech lands.
Offers original articles and features about British theatre, plus annotated links to selected relevant Internet resources compiled by a subject specialist, a subject
specific bulletin board, and details of related news and events. Links to actors, playwrights, companies, theatres, drama schools, funding and technical issues.
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