October 08, 2004

Society, Stage and Text Questions

WHAT KINDS OF RESOURCES DO EACH OF THESE SITES CONTAIN THAT MIGHT BE USEFUL FOR THEATRE HISTORIANS?

Theatre historianss require reliable, accurate and authoritative resourceses to be able to confidently analyse the relationship between society stagee and text. This includes a balanced meduim of visual and textual resources which some (but not all) of these sites contain.

1. Pretty Pictures of very old things …..........(The Parthanon which is a glorious temple situated above the Theatre Dyonisos)

2. Alot of Boring Text….......... ''The Greek Theatre(blah blah blah)''

3. Some interestingly diverse maps…..........

3. Maybe also some stimulating film and animation (none of the sites listed gave much of this but for a Theatre Historain the moving image can add a new dimension to the static picture motivating new interaction and thought- which is bloody useful)

http://ancienthistory.about.com/cs/greekarchitecture/ – This site is vvery goof for visual aides!

http://wings.buffalo.edu/AandL/Maecenas/index.html – Another site that has a wide collection of pictures which bear a certain about of realtion to Greek Theatre and thus would be a useful resource for a Theatre Historain.

http://www.greatbuildings.com/buildings/Theater_at_Epidauros.html


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