This category lists pages and sites that children or teenagers might use to learn more about the arts of drama and theater.
Excellent information on the history of ancient Greek theatre. Make your own mask, explore the theatre structure and meet the well-known playwrights of the time
Find out how design and production, actors, playwrights, directors, and others come together to produce a performance. Includes glossary of commonly used theatre terms.
Learn about this PBS series that explores the influences, inspirations, and conflicts that have shaped the course of theatre. Site includes biographies of significant people, timeline of important theatre events, and links to other theatre resources.
Colorado School of Acting is a Denver acting school, focused primarily on the RECORDED performing arts. Some resources for actors available such as a template for a resume.
Across New Jersey, young people and their families will receive free and/or discounted tickets to over 100 performances/events including free classes, workshops and backstage tours.
Contains many One-Act Plays for small to large productions put on by teens.
Join this group for free and let your creative spirit runs free. Learn more about teamwork and communication in the magical world of theatre.
Introduces a traditional form of Japanese theater.
Read about this form of Indian drama.
Search for free scripts to use for school plays and amateur performances.
Official site for the series with broadcast schedule, complete history of the series, timelines, and learning resources.
A non-profit organization committed to providing performing and stage craft opportunities to any child who expresses the desire to learn about performing.
San Francisco Children’s Musical Theater (SFCMT) is dedicated to offering high quality performing arts experiences to young actors ages 5-21 in the San Francisco Bay Area.
A troupe of kids ages 6-18 that showcase their talent in and around San Antonio, Texas with the support of the community. Auditions and events are posted.
Learn to dance and act at one of these workshops. The workshops are suitable for grades K to 12.Some of the previous workshops included Annie,High School Musical and The Little Mermaid.
Dynamic theatre education with resources including photos, articles and synopses.
Information on most of the major time periods in the history of theatre can be accessed here. It navigates very easily and would be a great site for research projects.
Try a free trial class to see if you enjoy acting and dancing.
Hnery tudor drama company can visit your school and entertain and teach your pupils the tudor life
A multimedia collection from the Library of Congress.
Contains many short plays and skits for young people to put on.
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