To promote the creation, performance, and appreciation of all aspects of theatre.
Theatre is a form of entertainment where a story, theme, or sensation, is expressed through a combination of acting, song, sounds, movement, dance, etc. Theatre performance is a means of communication for adults and children.
- Musical theatre has its origins in operetta and vaudeville, and shares some characteristics from both these genres.
- Musical Revue is light entertainment comprising a patchwork of sketches and songs often based on a theme, but without a strong story line.
- A play with music usually has more spoken dialogue than song and dance.
- Jukebox Musicals are a compilation of individual songs already made famous by a songwriter or band, strung together by a (usually weak) story.
- Rock Opera is a through-sung musical using pop music.
- Pantomime is theatrical entertainment for the family, usually a farce or burlesque, where songs and dance feature prominently.
- Here are original works written by the users of this site. Feel free to edit them, start new ones, and perform them in your communities. Just be sure to tell your audiences where the text comes from. And be sure to tell us, on the discussion pages, how your show went, and what you learned about the piece from performing it.