We continue our series explaining unusual words and phrases in the arts by looking at the language of dance.
The first in a series of posts that explore unusual behind-the-scenes lingo from various areas of the arts. This week: terminology used in live theater.
Theater professionals give their best tips to those just starting out.
For the casual art buyer, the differences among ‘original’, ‘limited edition’ and ‘giclee’ can be elusive. Several arts experts provide explanations and advice.
We answer the Arts 101 question: “If I paint a picture that is a copy of a famous artist’s work, can I sell it?”
Why do some theater’s spell their name “Theater” and others “Theatre?” And why did the Guthrie change from one spelling to another?
Have a question you’ve always wondered about, but have been too embarrassed to ask? Never fear, “Arts 101″ is here!
Some theater companies perform in their own buildings, while other companies rent somebody else’s theater to put on a show. That can lead to confusion in the audience, and even donations to the wrong people.