By: jackb wilson | May 18, 2012 For those who are planning for some great time with their loved ones must plan for exciting London musical, Mamma Mia! The all time favorite London musical, Mamma Mia is a brilliant way to spend some quality time with your family and friends! The scintillating melodrama features heart touching tale and mesmerizing musical numbers.
By: P.Ingram | May 4, 2012 Children's parties should be fun filled events but are more often an organisational nightmare for the parent. To make your party less stressful and more memorable for all the children involved how about employing a magician? This not only provides the parent with some stress free time to relax but also engages the children's imaginations through fun, laughter and mystery.
By: Hannah Hill | May 1, 2012 This article is about the history of theatre and explores why the art form has endured, maintaining its popularity even to this day. It also explores theatre's prevailing relationship with London, and the stars whose acting talent have been nurtured by the city.
By: John Arthur | Apr 24, 2012 In Australia, we don’t only appreciate music and the performing arts, we also love to perform; that’s why the heart of dramatic art, Actors Centre Australia (ACA), continues to celebrate and share the power of performing arts through their full-time, part-time and short courses.
By: Peter Pal Disuja | Apr 4, 2012 Actually as everyone knows TVs do have comparatively tiny screens and lower quality speakers, formatting a movie to fit the screen helps you to get rid of substantial part of picture.
By: John Arthur | Apr 2, 2012 Performing arts will always survive, no matter how insurmountable the challenges may block its path, because it is passion and life; it comes from within. Those who are born with this talent will always find fulfilment on stage; those who are interested to hone this skill will always seek ways to better themselves.
By: Jeanne Kubiak | Mar 28, 2012 Good ventriloquists look like they are having conversations with their puppets that are sometimes called dummies. Ventriloquist dummies are a little complicated. They have strings on metal circles inside of their bodies. The ventriloquist pulls the metal circles to operate the eyes and mouth. Sometimes the hands can be moved, too Ventriloquist dummies are a little easier to learn to use, because the hard part is learning ventriloquism. Ventriloquists learn to "throw their voices".