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World Theatre

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My final project for an Introduction To Theatre class.

My final project for an Introduction To Theatre class.

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  • 1. World Theatre<br />And Its Effects On America<br />
  • 2. London<br />New York<br />Sidney<br />World Theatre<br />
  • 3. Broadway Productions<br />
  • 4. Russian Playwrights<br />
  • 5. Russian Theatre<br />Yakutsk<br />Moscow<br />Vladivostok<br />
  • 6. Russian Playwrights<br />George Blanchine<br />
  • 7. Russian Playwrights<br />Nikolai Gogol<br />
  • 8. Russian Playwrights<br />Anton Chekhov<br />
  • 9. Russian Playwrights<br />Constantin Stanislavsky<br />
  • 10. Russian Playwrights<br />George Blanchine<br />
  • 11. Indian Theatre<br />Kolkata<br />Mumbai<br />Chennai<br />
  • 12. IndianPlaywrights<br />Notable playwrights under British rule:<br />
  • 13. Indian Playwrights<br />Michael MadhusudanDutt (1824-1873) <br />
  • 14. Indian Playwrights<br />Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941) <br />
  • 15. Indian Playwrights<br />BharatenduHarishchandra (1850-1885)<br />
  • 16. African Theatre<br />
  • 17. African Artists<br />MbongeniNgema<br />
  • 18. African Artists<br />Ronald Harwood<br />
  • 19. African Artists<br />Nazli George<br />
  • 20. Asian Theatre<br />
  • 21. Chinese Theatre<br />Beijing<br />Shanghai<br />Guangzhou<br />
  • 22. Asian History<br />
  • 23. Chinese Theatre<br />
  • 24. Chinese Video<br />Kangu<br />Shadow Puppets<br />
  • 25. Berlin<br />Paris<br />Minneapolis<br />Theatres of the world<br />
  • 26. Theatres of the world<br />
  • 27. German Theatre<br />Berliner Ensamble<br />
  • 28. Italian Theatre<br />Comedie– <br />Dell’ Arte<br />
  • 29. Greek Theatre<br />- Tragedy<br />- Comedy<br />
  • 30. American Theatre<br />Chicago<br />New York<br />Los Angeles<br />
  • 31. Influences on AMerica<br />Dance<br />
  • 32. Influences on AMerica<br />Opera<br />
  • 33. Influences on America<br />Bunraku<br />Kabuki<br />
  • 34. Influences on America<br />East West <br />Players<br />Dance <br />Africa<br />
  • 35. American Theatre<br />Chicago<br />New York<br />Los Angeles<br />
  • 36. The End<br />

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