The word theater is a noun. Theater means (1) a building where theatrical performances or motion-picture shows can be presented, (2) the art of writing and producing plays, (3) a region in which active military operations are in progress.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word theater.
Many of the battles fought in the pacific theater during World War II involved Japan. This page reviews the Pacific island campaigns that were fought during the war.
Learn about the European battles of World War II on this helpful website, which also includes photographs and historical information about many important battles.
Located in New York City, this is the world's premier performing arts center. It is made up of 12 organizations including the Lincoln Center Theater and the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, which have links on the site. Website lists upcoming events and information for visitors.
Subtitled The Cyber Encyclopedia of Musical Theater, TV, and Film, this site includes the history of musicals, reference sources and links, reviews, special courses, and a section on how musicals are made.
The following articles provide recent theater-related news.
Steve Wynn, founder of Wynn Resorts and Casinos, recently listed his Beverly Hills, California home on the market for $110 million, complete with a tennis court, pool, theater and staff quarters.
By Emma Reynolds, Contributor. Forbes. Friday, 22 Jan 2021 08:00:00 -0500.
Laila Anita Bertheussen was accused of vandalizing her own house and car and of sending threatening letters in an effort to blame a theater company for breaching her privacy.
Henrik Pryser Libell and Elian Peltier. New York Times. Sunday, 17 Jan 2021 17:23:07 +0000.
In Westlake Village, Lakers star Anthony Davis just sold his amenity-loaded mansion with a movie theater and indoor basketball court for $6.6 million.
Jack Flemming. Los Angeles Times. Thursday, 31 Dec 2020 16:00:55 -0500.
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