Performing Arts : Society & Culture & Entertainment
Stage props can be classified into three basic categories: "hand" props manipulated by actors with their hands and carried about the stage; "set" props only employed to impart a heightened sense of place and time to the set or background; and "special effect" props, which perform some special trick
Bulgarian folk dancing is typically a simple affair. A small shepherd’s flute and bagpipe (called a “gaida”) provide the typical soundtrack, as do plain chants reflecting Greek and Macedonian influences. Though there are native Bulgarians, the majority of the nation's inhabitant
The impact of drama classes on a child is more than what a parent can normally expect. When planning out the extracurricular activities for children, many parents are limited by the time and money; as a result they end up in choosing one or two activities per year for their children. While choosing
Donkeyland had its old timers as well, they were always around, you just never seen much of them: Mrs. and Mr. Stanley, the old man had retired in 1959 from the Railroad, died in 1964, lived next door to the Evens, and to the opposite side, by the Williams, they'd sit on their front porch in th
Many people appreciate a little show of magic in their parties and thus close up magicians are a lot in demand and they are also available in a lot of choices available for everyone and for every sort of party. You will be able to find a lot of magicians which you can choose as per the theme of your
This is a great magic trick that will impress anybody at a bar or any other social gathering. It's fairly easy to learn, and easy to set up and do. You will convince them of your powerful psychic abilities, and earn yourself a few free drinks.
The 2012 daytime talk show fall season promises tough competition and big names, like Katie Couric, Steve Harvey, Ricki Lake and Jeff Probst.
George Grant is a classically trained actor who has appeared in, among other projects: The Tempest, Othello, Peer Gynt, The Merry Wives of Windsor, and All's Well That Ends Well at The Shakespeare Theatre; Measure for Measure and The Revenger's Tragedy at The Washington Shakespeare Company
When deciding on entertainment for your next event you should first educate yourself on all of the options available to you. This is a series of articles aimed to help you in your efforts.
Theater often requires the audience to suspend their disbelief during the telling of the story so they can become emotionally involved in the play. It is easier for the audience to do this if you have props and sets that leave less to the imagination. Pantomiming a firearm, for example, is more dist
Sometimes the people who "have the worst luck" are in the best place to use magic to the greatest effect. It's odd, but people who always seem to have a black cloud hanging over their heads are more magically powerful than the people who have smooth-running lives with very few problem
For centuries, dramatic plays have been an integral part of various cultures around the world. In fact, historians trace the origins of modern theater all the way back to the fifth century B.C. in ancient Greece. While the characteristics of a dramatic play have evolved over time, the role of dramat
Vintage images when used in the scrapbook can add some real nostalgic theme and such images can be acquired from either some artist illustration, advertisements, newspapers or any ephemera. The pictures clicked in the past can also be used as vintage images and these can showcase the best essence of
One thing that helped improve my puppetry the most is called critiquing. Critiquing is when someone watches your performance and gives hints and suggestions to help you improve. Critiquing helps build quality into your puppet team. The better the quality of your team, the better your programs and th