Theater Company

  • (noun): A company that produces plays.

Some articles on theater company, company, theater, theaters:

Black Ensemble Theater Company
... Black Ensemble Theater Company is a theatre company that has performed at the Black Ensemble Theater in the Uptown community area of Chicago, Illinois ... The company is known for productions related to African-American culture, especially musicals depicting notable African-American musicians and performers ... The company is a significant contributor to Chicago's emergence as a Theater Town, and its theater has been selected as one of the 25 top major theaters in the country by the Encyclopædia Britannica Almanac ...
Culture Of Philadelphia - Art - Performing Arts
... In Philadelphia's early history the city was visited by outside theater troupes, but experienced some resistance from conservatives and Quakers who tried ... The creation of the Southwark Theater in 1766 marked the permanent presence of theater in Philadelphia ... American Revolution, but when the ban was repealed in 1784 theater returned and another theater, the Chestnut Street Theater, opened a decade later ...
East Lynne Theater Company
... The nonprofit Equity professional East Lynne Theater Company was founded in 1980 by Warren Kliewer ... At the time, there was no theater company in the United States dedicated to American Stage Classics ... Kliewer saw the need to change this, by creating a company where theater-goers, actors, and directors, alike, could experience entertaining and provocative plays by American masters such ...
Theatre In Chicago - Chicago Area Theatre Venues and Organizations - Itinerant Theatre Companies
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Culture Of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - Art - Performing Arts
... In Philadelphia's early history the city was visited by outside theater troupes, but experienced some resistance from conservatives and Quakers who tried to restrict performances ... The creation of the Southwark Theater in 1766 marked the permanent presence of theater in Philadelphia ... but when the ban was repealed in 1784 theater returned and another theater, the Chestnut Street Theater, opened a decade later ...

Famous quotes containing the words company and/or theater:

    We are imprisoned in life in the company of persons powerfully unlike us.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    Will TV kill the theater? If the programs I have seen, save for “Kukla, Fran and Ollie,” the ball games and the fights, are any criterion, the theater need not wake up in a cold sweat.
    Tallulah Bankhead (1903–1968)