|British Theatre (Mining Co.)
||"We look at the entire spectrum of British theatre: musicals,
Shakespeare, the amateur group in the village hall to the West End. Our focus is
also on the performers and the writers, the stars and the want-to-bes."
Run by Peter Lathan, a dance teacher
(secondary school) with lifelong experience in every aspect of theater. He also runs
the "School Show Page"
||The mission of this web page is to assist the growth of Children's Theatre
into the 21st century by expanding the resources and information into Cyberspace.
||This site contains a collection of original plays and screenplays,
criticism and links to other sites concerned with theatre. It publishes both classic
and contemporary works, and would be delighted to consider your work if you'd care to
submit it to our editors for review.
||The Dramatic Exchange is a web resource dedicated to the public
distribution of dramatic works by playwrights both amateur and professional.
|Glossary of Technical Theatre
||UK based comprehensive glossary of technical terms.
|The Internet Shakespeare
||The aim of the Internet Shakespeare Editions is to make scholarly, fully
annotated texts of Shakespeare's plays available in a form native to the medium of the
|The Internet Theatre Bookshop
||Provide the online theatre community with an international catalogue of
quality plays and theatre related books. You can order them online.
|National Association of Youth Theatres
||NAYT works through programmes of Advocacy, Training, Participation and
Information Services to promote the quality and diversity of Youth Theatre throughout the
|National Operatic & Dramatic
|National Youth Theatre of Great Britain
|The School Show Page
||Online resource for school and youth theatre
|Standing Conference of University
Drama Departments (SCUDD)
||SCUDD represents the interests of Drama Departments in the University
sector in the UK. It acts as a mediating body with institutions such as HEFCE and
the Arts Council and is represented on and consulted by such institutions when matters of
future policy are discussed and decided. It is concerned, above all, to promote the
multi-disciplined areas of drama, theatre and performance.
One-Act Guide Online
||This site accesses playwrights worldwide, their one-act scripts for four
or fewer actors in many languages, and related sundries. Playwrights, actors, dramaturgs,
agents, publishers, students, and librarians should find this a rich resource.
||For those that are in any way concerned with making theatre in schools in
||Allegedly the worlds largest technical theatre link collection - certainly
has a lot!
|Theatre for Children
& Young Adults (USA)
||Oral interpretation of literature through dramatic activity, storytelling
or Reader's Theater is an effective method of promoting enjoyment of literature,
developing oral expression and increasing reading comprehension. The following Internet
sites offer resources for such activities.
|Theatre Studies A-Level
|The Stage - Theatre News, Reviews,
||Online version of the theatre magazine.
|UK Children's Theatre Pages
||For anyone involved in Professional, Educational Or Youth Theatre
|UK Conference of Drama Schools
||Official UK Guide to Drama Training
|UK Theatre Web
||Guide to professional and amateur performing arts (mainly theatre, or
possibly theater if you're American or theatr if you're Welsh) in the UK.
|The Virtual Theatre
||The Virtual Theater project studies the creation of intelligent, automated
characters that can act either in well-defined stories or in improvisational environments.