Years of Filling Seats & Packing Houses
Human beings have what seems to be an almost insatiable desire to be entertained, which is why the dramatic arts have always been popular. The oldest records of human civilization show that people have told stories, created plays, and endeavored to find ways to enjoy them for centuries. This has carried on to the present day, when a bevy of comfortable seating options and technological advances have made it possible to enjoy drama without ever leaving home. Thus, it is easier than ever to create plays, watch the performances of others, and do much more from home theater seating. Learn about the history of the theater and acting, investigate the proper seating, and combine the two in order to see why playwrights have filled seats for years and why their craft is making home movie seating more popular than ever.
Theater and Movie History
Acting is a craft and moviemaking is an art, as is evident whenever one watches a well-made piece of drama for the screen. Movies, of course, grew out of a long history of theater, making it possible to see great performances from people around the world from the comfort of the movie seating in a local theater. Home theater seating has even made it possible to see the best dramas or comedies without ever walking out the front door. There are many excellent resources about theater history and even for learning how to become involved in acting and play-writing as a career or hobby. Visit the top resources and develop a critic's eye for good acting, excellent theater, and quality movies.
- Theater Resources and Links: This page of theater resources and links has a special focus on Arkansas and its events.
- From Math to Medicine to Movie Seating: This is a useful page that has many subject links, including links to the dramatic arts, and is especially good for high school students.
- Learning at Home: Theater Seating, Organizations, and More: Visit this page to enjoy a number of theater and thespian links that will enrich your understanding of the theater.
- Play Publishers and Writing: Budding playwrights and theater-lovers will find a lot about the art of writing a drama for performance on this page.
- Let's See a Movie: Seating Crowds at the Theater: Click on this link for a short but informative list of links about theater history, theater performance, and much more.
- Fine Arts Resources: In addition to good information on the theater and dramatic arts, this page has many links that are helpful for band sectionals and other topics.
- From Stage to Home: Theater Seating, History, and Playwrights: Learn more about the theater and the roles of those who make it happen here.
- Resources on Films and Television: Check out a list of materials on the cinema from the Earl Gregg Swem Library.
- Acting and Theater Information: Take some time out to enjoy these acting and theater links from your home theater seating.
- Doollee Theater, Acting, and Home Theater Seating Links: Everything from information on theaters and acting to tips on setting up a theater at home can be found on this page.
Best Seats in the House
Those who have been to a good home theater know all the difference that quality home theater seating can make when it comes to enjoying a flick. But the right movie seating for the home is not all that one needs to fully participate in the experience of viewing and evaluating dramatic arts. It is also important to have basic information on the props used in the theater and to understand home theater design. There are many tools online to help those who are interested in these subjects become self-taught experts on the theater and home theater design.
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