Learn about this collection of books, scripts, playbills, posters, and other artifacts awarded the 2001 Tony Honor for Excellence in Theatre.
Explore the ancient origins of this comic theatrical form, and trace its later development as it was modified by notable writers.
John Culme, fan of the theater and entertainment industry of the 1850s-1920s, shares articles, reviews and images from that era
Features a brief history of the theatre, including the history of the theatre's building, and the names of stars from the first productions.
Offers a history of the state theater of Israel, and profiles its Polish organizer, Nahum Zemach. Also lists its notable productions.
Visit the Jester Pages to find out all about fools throughout the ages. Discover famous and not-so-famous fools, Shakespeare's fools, and myths.
Outlines the history of Prithvi theatre and festival in India. Learn about the theatre's players, and view the gallery.
Classical and ancient theater sites worldwide, plus Shakespearean, Restoration, and illustionistic theater study materials.
Presents an online course in theater history. Read the lecture notes, and participate in the discussion group.
Features a description of Victoria and Albert Museum theater branch. Details the costume collection, stage models, and photographs.
Features background on the history of theater from its earliest incarnation in Greek theater to modern American theater.
Creates multimedia recreations of items of cultural heritage such as Roman theaters. Learn about its CD-ROM about ancient theater.
Presents a collection of brief articles about women in Canadian theatre at the turn of the 20th Century. Explore links to theatre-related sites.
Provides details on the lives and works of the 19th Century women playwrights. Offers a discussion forum.