The Creative Drama & Theatre for Youth WebRing
Homepage of the CDYT WebRing.
Ring linking transpersonally oriented sites.
The J.P. Pitoc Worsihp Page
A fan website for the young actor.
Scripts with small casts, mature themes and great classics. Drop by and exchange a link
The drama educator's professional organization. Excellent links section.
This site contains lesson and unit plans and teaching ideas that are tied to the latest National Standards for Theatre Education. At present there are over 1000 proven lessons linked to the standards.
A comprehensive annotated index of on line research resources for theatre scholars
If it's significant literature and it's public domain, it's here or in the queue to be entered. THE online library of public domain classics.
Vast resource for drama education. Site is based in Western Australia and contains many Australian links.
This is a slightly eclectic list of sites I like and use as resources. I get kickbacks from a few of them (so if you DO use them, please take an extra second and click through from here; this domain isn't free), but they're here because I use them and like them. Drop a note if you'd like more details about someone.
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I built a custom laptop with a 466 processor, 256 Megs of RAM, v90 56K modem & 10/100 Ethernet port (2 PCM slots), and an onboard DVD player. I LOVE my laptop and people usually think I paid about 3 times as much as actually did (don't get me wrong, I did have to pay for all the options, but the next closest comparable machine I found in a Silicon Valley area store was a good $700 more for less memory [I run a voice dictation program that eats memory whole]).
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Mike and I wear the top center style ring in sliver. The garland of Oak leaves represents the circle of Oaks, planted in ancient Druid times. Like the gathering of one's relatives at a ceremony, the Oak circle invokes all one's ancestors. Such a powerful blessing could be applied to many endeavors from a marriage to an initiation for a new path for one's life. Da'oud is a rare thing in this modern world; a skilled craftsman with an unyielding commitment to quality. Take a look.
I've been collecting and reading comics since I was old enough to read. Dragon's Lair is, bar none, the best comic shop in the country. I've been a customer there for fifteen years and will be for the next fifteen.