Tag Archives: theater

Five unsolved mysteries about the theater

British theater history is full of mysteries, thanks to its long (and not always illustrative) history. In fact, it is only in recent decades that theater has become an acceptable pastime and theater tickets have become popular gifts for families and children. Before that, it covered shady theater history and ...

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Prince Edward Theater London

Prince Edward was built in 1930, at the height of the golden years of cinema. Its name was Prince of Wales at that time. The architect of its construction was none other than Edward A. Stone, one of the co-designers of Piccadilly Theater two years earlier. While the Italian exterior ...

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EPS Styrofoam for theater supplies

EPS, otherwise known as expanded polystyrene, is one of the most versatile materials in the world. They are lightweight and waterproof so they make fantastic sets and theater supplies. EPS is also an excellent insulator and it is extremely lightweight. And the fact that it ties in directly with color ...

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The benefits of theater programs for children

If you want to involve your child in an activity, consider putting him or her in the theater. Performing arts can be useful in many ways for young children. Find out why you are recommended to give this leisure activity a chance, no matter how old or young your child ...

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Support for the arts – why community theater is important

Why is it important to support the arts in your community? If you look at the big picture, does it make any difference if you participate in a theater production in the community? The answer is yes. Whether semi-professional or completely amateur, the community theater contributes not only to the ...

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Cleaning of theater seats

One thing you know for sure is that theater seats need to be cleaned regularly. You will more than likely need to do a daily cleaning of these furniture and then a weekly dip to keep it looking good and smelling good. Popcorn oil, spilled soda, rubber and all other ...

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Queens Theater London

The Queen's Theater opened on October 8, 1907 and was the second of a couple of theaters to open on Shaftesbury Avenue within a ten-month period. The Gielgud Theater, as it is known today, had its grand opening before the Queen on a neighboring corner of Shaftesbury Avenue. The architect ...

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