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Step-by-step instructions for teaching basic theater game techniques and for using theater games in the social sciences.... see more

Imagine IPA Letters are a tool for learning International Phonetic Alphabet and maintaining a student actor's skills in... see more

Various collections for teaching  Shakespeare (everything from lifestyle to Tudor music  insult kits). See below for the... see more

Resources for all levels of teaching related to Appalachian folklore and literature: articles, bibliographies, study... see more

Web site of the Ferrum College Jack Tale Players, performing story theatre dramatizations of Appalachian folktales by R.... see more

The Digital Commons Network: [Open Access] Arts and Humanities Commons provides you with 243,200+ Open Access full-text... see more

The People of Clarendon County--a Play by Ossie Davis, & the Answer to Racism! was written by the late actor in the... see more

The Voice Recipe Online is designed for use in acting, voice and speech classrooms.  The Voice Recipe is a method for... see more

This program consists of more than 30 interviews with Broadway's leading artists explaining what each discipline in the... see more

A panel discussion series bringing together performers, directors, playwrights, designers, choreographers, and... see more

A collection of information on Vaudeville in America.

According to Shakespeare Quarterly, Bard Box "periodically posts the best animations, mash-ups, student projects,... see more

The website of the Sopanam Institute of Kerala, India, engaged in the production and preservation of performance... see more

An electronic resource and journal dedicated to the study of ancient Greek and Roman drama in performance. (from site)

This multimedia portfolio illustrates the many ways doctoral candidates (and theatre/performance studies graduate... see more

The International Dialects of English Archive, IDEA, was created in 1997 as a repository of primary source recordings for... see more

The following resources will be used throughout the Introduction to Theater course and will support class discussions as... see more

These interactive charts of the International Phonetic Alphabet will link you to a Flash animation of the sounds and... see more

This study of the production of articulate sound can be thought of as a journey through a series of processes. Along the... see more

A collection of sources, glossaries, terms, and texts of Japanese Noh plays. Also has interactive search for words and... see more

CIRA, Northwestern University's Center for Interdisciplinary Research in the Arts, tracks funding sources and deadlines... see more

This site was developed as a "Cosmo" magazine style quiz that tests your habitual patterns of vocal (mis)use and vocal... see more

With the iPad and other tablets, in addition to text, books can now include sound, video, animation and interactivity in... see more

Contains syllabi for online courses on directing, contemporary world theatre, script analysis, and introduction to... see more