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         Theatre General:     more books (100)
  1. Theatre World Volume 66: 2009-2010 by Ben Hodges, 2010-11-15
  2. At This Theatre: Revised and Updated Edition (Applause Books) by Louis Botto, Robert Viagas, 2010-11-05
  3. Theatre Buildings: A Design Guide (Association of British Theatre) by Association of British Theatre Technicians, 2010-07-21
  4. Teach Yourself Theatre (Teach Yourself: General Reference) by Mark Pemberton, 2008-01-29
  5. Theatre and Interculturalism (Theatre&) by Ric Knowles, 2010-07-15
  6. The American Theatre Reader: Essays and Conversations from American Theatre magazine
  7. Staging A Musical (Theatre Arts (Routledge Paperback)) by Matthew White, 1999-08
  8. Theatre: Brief Version (Theatre (Brief Edition)) by Robert Cohen, 2007-11-21
  9. Eight Plays For Theatre by Robert Cohen, 1988-02-05
  10. Theatre World 2005-2006: The Most Complete Record of the American Theatre: Volume 62 by Willis, John, 2008-07-01
  11. The Mystic in the Theatre: Eleonora Duse (Arcturus Books, Ab108) by Eva Le Gallienne, 1973-05-21
  12. The Theatre of Suzuki Tadashi (Directors in Perspective) (Volume 0) by Ian Carruthers, Takahashi Yasunari, 2007-12-17
  13. Get Real: Documentary Theatre Past and Present (Performance Interventions)
  14. Professing Performance: Theatre in the Academy from Philology to Performativity (Theatre and Performance Theory) by Shannon Jackson, 2004-04-19

1. Star Plaza Theatre: General Information
Click here to see a seating chart Theatre Lobby Lobby doors open to thepublic one hour prior to show time. Star Plaza Theatre Box Office.
http://www.starplazatheatre.com/files/general.shtml
Seating
Star Plaza Theatre is a 3400-seat intimate theatre with two seating levels in a semi-circle around the stage. The Main Floor Level seats 2,000 people and the Mezzanine Level,which overhangs the main level about midway, seats 1,400. The furthest seat in the auditorium is only 120 feet from the stage thrust.
Click here to see a seating chart

Theatre Lobby

Lobby doors open to the public one hour prior to show time. An elevator is located between lobby Doors #8 and #9.
Parking
Ample parking, at no additional charge, is available in well-lighted parking lots surrounding the theatre building.
Special Needs Guests
Seating for those with disabilities is available through the Box Office. Please mention this special need when purchasing tickets. Listening devices for the hearing impaired available from theatre ushers or House Manager.
Non-Smoking Policy
Star Plaza Theatre is a non-smoking facility. Designated smoking areas are located outside lobby doors #1 and #9. Theatre Staff Offices Available by calling (219) 769-6311 or Star Plaza Theatre 8001 Delaware Place Merrillville, IN 46410

2. Showfax Resource Portal: Theatre: General Interest
Theatre site for professional actors and theatre lovers. http//www.roguesandvagabonds.com/, Booksabout General Interest CDs about General Interest,
http://www.2nd-tier.com/showfax_portal/index.cgi?action=cat&name=Theatre%pip%Gen

3. Wheelock Family Theatre: General Information
Wheelock Family theatre general INFORMATION, Phone Numbers . Website . Location. Purchasing Tickets . Bring Groups To WFT . Gift Certificates .
http://www.wheelock.edu/wft/wftgeneral.htm
Wheelock Family Theatre
GENERAL INFORMATION
Phone Numbers Website Location Purchasing Tickets ... Audio Described Performances
PHONE NUMBERS
Box Office
Theatre Office
TTY for the Deaf
WEBSITE
http://www.wheelock.edu/wft/
LOCATION
The Wheelock Family Theatre is conveniently located on The Riverway in Boston, near the museums, Longwood Medical Area, Collage Corner and Fenway Park. Our mailing address is 200 The Riverway, Boston 02215 and our street address and ticket office is at 180 The Riverway, at Wheelock College , between Longwood and Brookline Avenues.
PURCHASING TICKETS
Single Ticket orders will be processed beginning October 1st. All orders received 10 days in advance of performance will be mailed unless requested held. Each ticket order includes a $2.00 handling fee. WFT does not offer refunds on ticket purchases. There is a $5.00 fee for exchanges which must be made 48 hours prior to performance. The Box Office is open Monday through Friday from noon to 5:30 pm.
Tickets prices are: Section A - $18.00, B - $16.00, C - $12.00

4. Vineyard Theatre: General Information: Theaters
Vineyard Theatre Administrative Offices 108 East 15th Street, New YorkCity, NY 10003 Phone numbers Administrative (212) 3533366
http://www.vineyardtheatre.org/theater/theater.htm
Vineyard Theatre
Administrative Offices
108 East 15th Street,
New York City, NY 10003 Phone numbers:
Administrative: (212) 353-3366
Fax: (212) 353-3803
Box Office: (212) 353-0303
Email: Boxoffice@VineyardTheatre.org
108 East 15th Street
(between Union Sqr and Irving Pl)
Subway: 4, 5, 6, N, R, L to Union Sqr/14th St station Garage: 110 East 16th St. (Park after 5pm for $5 with validation from box office) Last Modified Date 03/21/03. Please send comments to: Samantha Stephens 1999 Vineyard Theatre, site design by IM.rsrc Back to Top

5. Vineyard Theatre: General Information: Interns & Submissions
professional (ie an artistic director or literary manager at a professional theatre). andstage managers Submit a resume to Jodi Schoenbrun, General Manager.
http://www.vineyardtheatre.org/submit/submit.htm
Listed here are the various ways you can become involved at the Vineyard Theatre. If you would like to make a financial contribution, please go to our Contributions page. The following people can be contacted through email or at
Vineyard Theatre
108 East 15th Street,
New York City, NY 10003
Phone: (212) 353-3366
Fax: (212) 353-3803
Playwrights
Vineyard does not accept unsolicited scripts for consideration. You may submit full-length scripts through a literary agent or accompanied by a letter of recommendation from a theatre professional (i.e. an artistic director or literary manager at a professional theatre). If neither of these apply to you, you may send a letter of inquiry to Sarah Stern, Associate Artistic Director, along with a project description or synopsis, a ten page writing sample, and a bio/resume. For a musical, include cassette or CD. Should your materials interest us, we will contact you and ask for the complete script. Directors and Designers
Submit a resume to Douglas Aibel , Artistic Director.

6. The British Theatre Guide: Amateur Theatre General Index
Items of General Amateur Theatre Interest. This is the index to articlesof general amateur theatre interest. Some were originally
http://www.britishtheatreguide.info/amateurtheatre/amateurgeneral.htm
Sign up for our Newsletter Amateur Theatre Links Articles News Reviews ... Other Resources
Items of General Amateur Theatre Interest
This is the index to articles of general amateur theatre interest. Some were originally special one-off pieces, others were weekly features. They are gathered together here for convenience. Destiny, a New Musical
A production by the Essex Group
The Royal Manor Theatre, Portland

This company has a rather interesting theatre and is experiencing some difficulties at the moment.
Poor Little Orphan Web Sites

Why do some amateur companies abandon their sites, leaving them out-of-date and of no use to anyone?
BT's Support for Amateur Theatre

The BT Biennial
The Methuen Amateur Theatre Handbook

A glance at a valuable new publication.
Betrayed!
The London Borough of Sutton is to close the Secombe Theatre, home of the Borough's amateur productions. Calling All Birmingham Amateurs!

7. AMIRAL THEATRE GENERAL INFORMATION/USER GUIDELINES
ADMIRAL theatre general INFORMATION/USER GUIDELINES. 1. INFORMATION. Admiraltheatre general Use and House, and Ticketing Policies. GENERAL USE POLICIES.
http://www.admiraltheatre.org/0203/User guidelines page.htm
ADMIRAL THEATRE GENERAL INFORMATION/USER GUIDELINES INFORMATION This information is provided to help a User estimate the costs of using the theatre. Scheduling and contracting are handled by the Business Manager who will provide information and complete estimates of charges for any additional services or equipment that may be needed for an event. Higher rates may apply if the event is to be broadcast or recorded. SCHEDULING THE THEATRE The Theatre will reserve any date without a signed Use Agreement and deposits up to 90 days before the date. At that time, all dates must be contracted or forfeited. If the Theatre is offered a firm booking for a held date, the User will be notified and will have two working days to sign a Use Agreement and pay deposits, or forfeit the date. In order to hold a date, the User must provide a phone number and address where the User may be reached during business hours. SERVICES AND EQUIPMENT INCLUDED, IF NEEDED Included are: Stage crew and security personnel, Box office staff/ services, merchandise sales, hospitality or catering services, piano tuning, marketing services, and any rental equipment will be billed as additional charges. All stage and house personnel must be provided by the Theatre and will be billed to the user, unless otherwise negotiated in advance. Requests for using stage or lobby equipment or furniture must be made at least one day before the scheduled event or rehearsal. DEPOSIT POLICY The Theatre requires $500 or 50% of the user fee for an event as a deposit upon signing the Use Agreement.

8. Globe Theatre General Guest Book
Globe Theatre Guest Book. Sign Our Guestbook! I can't believe I almost passedup the opportunity to go a live theatre production. It was amazing!
http://www.globetheatrelive.com/guestbooks/guestbook1.htm
Globe Theatre Guest Book
Click Here to Enter Comments in Our Guestbook!
Name: Moritz
Date: Tue Mar 18 08:21:58 2003
E-Mail: guestbook@innofina.de
Comments: Super seite hin begeistert!Es sollte mehr von solchen geben weiter so!! http://www.innofima.de http://www.innofina.de Name: P. R. Ollenberg
Date: Tue Feb 18 18:37:24 2003
City: Regina, SK
Comments: Yet again, another feast for the eyes and imagination compliments of the gang at the Globe Theatre. Live truly still is better. Stickland's "A Guide to Mourning" is a clever and witty, well-written piece treated with care and attention only the Globe can provide. With an amazing arena space, a true sense of connection to the characters and surroundings helps the audience delve into the story. Espcially appreciated was the ability to segregate even the 20' x 20' playing area to give definition. I always come back for more, and this is no exception! Great work! Name: Todd Sojonky
Date: Sun Feb 16 09:48:54 2003
City: Regina
Comments: I continue to be disappointed by the selection of mediocre plays that we continue to present. Supporting local writers although admirable leaves us with average writing at best. The last two plays; the shape of a girl and a guide to mourning were poorly written and poorly acted. The message of both was excellent. Could we not have at least one play each year from a writer such as Shaw, Ibsen, ONeil, Miller or Shakespear? Name: Alyssa
Date: Sun Feb 2 13:34:14 2003 E-Mail: stooke@sk.sympatico.ca

9. Loewe Theatre General Operating Procedures
General Operating Procedures. (applicable to ALL users of the FrederickLoewe Theatre, including classes). You are responsible for
http://homepages.nyu.edu/~cd291/TOP/loewegenops.htm
General Operating Procedures (applicable to ALL users of the Frederick Loewe theater, including classes)
  • You are responsible for following all of these Procedures, and for communicating them to people under your supervision. These procedures are posted backstage on the callboard to help you accomplish this. You or another supervisor must be present at all times while any student who is under the umbrella of your activity is in the theater.
  • Be aware that other activities will take place concurrent with your use of the Loewe theater. Please have the auditorium and stage clean and clear at least one half-hour before the next event or class begins.
  • No one may do anything that could jeopardize the health or safety of other people, or that may damage the equipment or architecture of the theater. Your deposit or program budget will support the cost of repairs.
  • The counterweight system must only be operated by qualified personnel.
  • 10. Loewe Theatre General Operating Procedures
    Drawings. Frederick Loewe Grounplan in .jpg form. Frederick Loewein CAD form. Right click this link and save to disk. Groundplan
    http://homepages.nyu.edu/~cd291/TOP/loewedrawings.htm
    Drawings For all links, right click and choose "Save As..." on a PC or "Download Lnk To Disk" on a Mac to download to your computer.
    When saving CAD files, append .mcd onto file name if needed.
    Frederick Loewe Groundplan in .jpg form in 1/2" = 1'-0" scale.

    Frederick Loewe SECTION in .jpg

    Smaller Frederick Loewe Groundplan that fits on one page.

    Frederick Loewe in CAD form
    ... Inventories

    11. Tidemark Theatre General Information
    General Information. Box Office The Tidemark Theatre Box Office is open Tuesday throughSaturday from 1200 noon to 500 pm and straight through to performance
    http://www.tidemark-theatre.com/genrl.html
    General Information Box Office
    The Tidemark Theatre Box Office is open Tuesday through Saturday from 12:00 noon to 5:00 pm and straight through to performance time on event days. The Box Office is a self contained office which also provides a charge-by-phone service (287-PINK) for VISA and Mastercard holders. Concession Bar
    Enclosed counter space with two fridges, sink, coffee makers, cups and wine/beer glasses. Operated by Tidemark Front of House Volunteers. Parenting Room
    Sound attenuated room, located left rear of house. Full view of stage through large picture window. Internal Sound system. Will accomodate 10 - 12 persons. Green Room
    Located stage left through a short corridor. 26 ft. by 16 ft. furnished. Bar fridge. Internal sound system. Closed circuit colour monitor. Dressing Rooms
    Two large, company style, dressing rooms located adjacent to the Green Room. 10 person capacity each. Both dressing rooms are fully appointed with mirrors, make-up lights, showers, sinks, toilets and wardrobe racks. Irons and ironing boards are available. Loading Bay
    Located at the rear of the building in the alley. Large roll up door with electric chain drive. Clear height 12 ft. Clear width 11 ft. Standard truck load in/out facility at stage level. Driveway will accomodate 40 ft. tractor trailers.

    12. Cogplaz2 - Plaza Theatre General Information & History
    521 W. State Street Garland, Texas 75040 Phone 972.205.2780 Fax 972.205.2775.GENERAL INFORMATION. We are all excited to have the Plaza Theatre reborn!
    http://www.ci.garland.tx.us/PAC/cogplaz2.htm
    The Plaza Theatre 521 W. State Street
    Garland, Texas 75040
    Phone: 972.205.2780
    Fax: 972.205.2775 GENERAL INFORMATION
    We are all excited to have the Plaza Theatre reborn! This is truly a project of great magnitude that touches the lives of many generations of Garland citizens. The Plaza Theatre is a project of the City of Garland, with assistance given by the Garland Cultural Arts Commission, Inc. This one-story facility provides a spacious entry lobby and an elegant auditorium with a stage that is excellent for any production or meeting given by schools, non-profit organizations, commercial companies, and individuals. This state-of the-art facility seats 350 and includes an ADA approved chair lift. Over the years, the Plaza Theatre has been a landmark and focal point for Garland. The renovation of this facility is an integral part of the revitalization of downtown. This is truly a project of great magnitude that touches the lives of several generations of Garland citizens. The brilliant neon of the Plaza fa├žade is a beacon that draws people to a new showcase located in the heart of a thriving town center. With the assistance of the City Council and the Garland community, the Plaza Theatre has been restored to the grandeur of the original.

    13. MouseTrap Theatre ~ General
    General. Past Productions Members and Former Members of the Mousetrap Theatre, pleasecheck out the Past Productions section and see if you can help build this
    http://userwebs.cth.com.au/~mousetrp/General.html
    THE MOUSETRAP THEATRE
    General
    Past Productions
    Members and Former Members of the Mousetrap Theatre, please check out the Past Productions section and see if you can help build this web site.
    Hall of Fame
    The "Hall of Fame" has been created so that people, that's everybody (including stage crew etc) can stay in touch with each other. To have an entry in the Hall of Fame you have to email your details (name, past productions, current productions, phone number (optional) and email address (optional)). I can also include a link your own web page (if you have one). Please support this section and email me
    Dave Blears Computing
    The Mousetrap Theatre would like to thank Dave Blears Computing for their help and support in hosting these web pages.
    I have been using them as my ISP for the last two years and I am happy to recommend them. In particular their 25 hours of block time for $27.50 is very good value. Home

    14. Amateur Theatre: General Information
    Amateur theatre directory, Lots of information about amateur theatre, Nationalamateur theatre organisation. Last updated on Thursday, 13 March 2003.
    http://www.cods.org.uk/amateur_theatre_general_information.htm
    Home
    Latest News

    About Us

    Committee
    ...
    Social Events
    The external links below will open in a new window amateurdramatics.com Amdram National Operatic and Dramatic Association Amateur theatre directory Lots of information about amateur theatre National amateur theatre organisation Last updated on Wednesday, 09 April 2003

    15. Imperial Theatre General Descriptions
    graceful; the outer adornments specially moulded in keeping with the general scheme;its It would not be extravagant to say that the new Imperial Theatre
    http://www.saintjohn.nbcc.nb.ca/~Heritage/Theatre/ImperialGeneralDescriptions.ht
    General Descriptions
    Dec 1911 "The theatre will be convertible to all the purposes of modern entertainment, and will embody the latest and best features as to comfort and accommodation." Dec 1911 "They call for a structure which, modern in every detail, will be an ornament to that portion of the city. The plans disclose a very tastefully designed, cosy and yet commodious theatre, with a total seating capacity of more that 1,600." Jan 1913 "The building is a modern adaptation of the Italian renaissance. There will be a store on either side of the main entrance, which is the chief architectural feature of the King Square facade ..." Sep 1913 "The Imperial is one of the most beautiful theatres in Canada. While not of the greatest size, its seating capacity is ample for the amusement needs of St. John, and the interior decorating scheme is conceived and carried out in so original and colorful a design that it harmonizes perfectly with the size of the house. This is a welcome change from the interior of most theatres built recently." " ... has been to build an absolutely fire-proof, cosily-designed theatre, on such plans that enthusiastic commendation can be the only possible result of a first glance." Sep 1913 "On the immense electric sign above the building myriads of lights flashed out the name of the new theatre." "Nearly two thousand people filled every available seat. The handsome gowns of the ladies, the conventional evening dress of the gentlemen, the soft glow of the lights, the harmonious tints of the color scheme of the theatre combined to make up a spectacle of incomparable beauty."

    16. BUNBURY THEATRE GENERAL FORUM

    http://www.bunburytheatre.org/cgi-bin/bbmat.cgi?script=general

    17. The Wadham Web Portal The Moser Theatre General Lighting Rig
    The Moser theatre general Lighting Rig. Size, 291296. Contenttype, application/pdf.Download File. Download The Moser theatre general Lighting Rig.
    http://alt.wadham.ox.ac.uk/Members/majrober/Moser Theatre/currentu/pdf/gen_rig.p

    18. Hiring The New Empire Theatre - General Information
    Hiring the theatre general information Please read this information, Weoperate slightly differently from other venues you may have used.
    http://www.newempiretheatre.co.uk/emphtml/2hire.htm
    Hiring the Theatre
    General information
    Please read this information,
    We operate slightly differently from other venues you may have used.

    Different from other theatres . . .
    The New Empire Theatre is a self-funded project currently run on a voluntary basis. All the work on the refurbishment of the building and the maintenance of the theatres is carried out in-house by a small team of dedicated people. Work is on-going as we continue to make improvements to all our performance areas, and we are constantly receiving donated equipment and materials. Because of this, the building and its contents are continually changing, and so any technical details will also be subject to change. Normally this is for the better and we will only be adding to what is already detailed below, however once you have confirmed your booking, please stay in contact with the theatre to keep updated on any changes.
    FAQ
    Can We come and have a look?
    If you wish to come to the theatre and have a look (for companies new to the theatre this is advised), or if you have specific questions for the management and technical team relating to your show, an appointment should be made in advance with the theatre. On spec meetings and visits are not welcome, to guarantee you get our undivided attention it is best to come down at a pre-arranged time. Perhaps your questions can be answered by a simple phone call, by contacting the theatre direct.

    19. RMTS :: Royal Theatre
    Royal theatre general Information The Royal Theatre opened in 1913as a privately built and operated roadhouse. It has seen many
    http://www.rmts.bc.ca/royal.html
    General Information Front Of House Stage Stage Equipment Loading Area ... Dressing Rooms Royal Theatre General Information The Royal Theatre opened in 1913 as a privately built and operated roadhouse. It has seen many of this century's great performers on its stage, including Sarah Bernhardt, Carlos Montoya, Mikhail Baryshnikov and Luciano Pavarotti, in spite of having been used in part as a cinema from 1917 until 1981. The original foyer has been augmented by lobby extensions completed in 1991, while the auditorium retains its original Rococo/Renaissance Revival style decor. The Royal is home to the Victoria Symphony and Pacific Opera Victoria, as well as being Vancouver Island's premiere venue for touring attractions.
    Description:
    Proscenium theatre, single balcony plus two side boxes, conventional seating.
    Seating Capacity:
    , including 10 wheelchair positions. 45 seats are removed for full orchestra pit.

    20. Vineyard Theatre: General Information: Interns & Submissions
    The following people can be contacted through email or at Vineyard Theatre 108 East15th and stage managers Submit a resume to Jodi Schoenbrun, General Manager
    http://www.im-resource.com/clients/vineyard/submit/submit.htm
    Listed here are the various ways you can become involved at the Vineyard Theatre. If you would like to make a financial contribution, please go to our Contributions page. The following people can be contacted through email or at
    Vineyard Theatre
    108 East 15th Street,
    New York City, NY 10003
    Phone: (212) 353-3366
    Fax: (212) 353-3803
    Playwrights
    Please submit a project description or synopsis and 10 page writing sample to Sarah Stern, Artistic Associate, with a stamped, self-addressed envelope. No manuscripts please. For musicals please also submit a cassette. A reply may take six months to a year. Directors and Designers
    Submit a resume to Douglas Aibel , Artistic Director. Actors
    Submit a headshot and a resume to the casting department. Production technicians, carpenters, electricians, and stage managers
    Submit a resume to Jodi Schoenbrun , General Manager. Management Please send a resume to Jeff Solis , Managing Director. Box office and house managers Submit a resume to Gail Lewis , Audience Services Manager. Internships Please submit a resume with a time frame and a letter of interest to: Casting and Literary Management Douglas Aibel Management Jeff Solis Marketing and Development Jennifer Garvey-Blackwell Production Jodi Schoenbrun Volunteer ushers Must contact us by phone. Please call our House Manager at (212) 353-3366 ext.26.

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