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Why children's theatre matters

http://www.theguardian.com/stage/theatreblog/2013/oct/23/why-childrens-theatre-matters [Accessed 14/11/2014

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from ELLE UK

London's best outdoor cinemas

An outdoor cinema for the public. The freedom of seating my be best to help suit my audience hence why I like this post.

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from Fubiz Media

Motion Theather Identity

using geometric shapes and lines the designer has created a sense of form and also energy, this technique would often be used with young audiences mid 20

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from Foursquare

McLean, Virginia

Composed of professional young adults, The Unruly Theatre Project (UTP) is an ongoing exploration on the benefits of the performing arts for the youth of today. UTP uses scripted and improvised comedic performance, in unconventional ways, to foster creativity, counteract stress and enrich young audiences.

Young Agnes Moorehead (1900_1974), looking almost Victorian in this photo. She "began with the Mercury Theatre, appeared in more than seventy films beginning with Citizen Kane and on dozens of television shows during a career that spanned more than thirty years, Moorehead is most widely known to modern audiences for her role as the witch Endora in the series Bewitched."

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from Telegraph.co.uk

Judy Blume: Parents worry too much about what children read