InteractiveLearn how velocity and distance work in this balloon blast game. A catapult is a military device that was used in ancient and medieval times to hurl stones, spears, and other objects. There were many...
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InteractiveIn this science-based game, choose and customize a rocket. Launch your rocket and learn about Newton's Laws.
InteractiveLearning About the Stage: The Green Room where actors wait to go onstage, or rest between scenes. Why is it called a Green Room? Apparently no one really knows, although there are several theories...
InteractiveAn actor must walk, talk, and look like the character. The use of makeup adds to the authenticity of the performance.
InteractiveIn the theater, sound refers to sound effects and music, as well as the audibility of the actors. Adding music and sound effects, like lighting, can change the mood of a production. Sound can also...
InteractiveTheater lighting is an important aspect of the stage picture. The first thing theater lights do is to illuminate the stage and actors so they can be seen. Lighting can create the mood of a scen and...
InteractiveIn Shakespeare's day fashion made a major statement. Wealthy people wore expensive, uncomfortable clothes because they demonstrated a person's prosperity and high social standing. To dress the actors...
InteractiveScenery is a very important element to stage productions. The scenery or set helps create a time and a place. A set designer, carpenters and painters are needed to build sets. Before building a set...
InteractiveModeling is an additive process. The artist builds up a soft, flexible material such as wax or clay, piece by piece. These soft materials are fragile. They don’t usually last very long, so they have...
InteractiveCasting is the process of changing a sculpture made from a soft, temporary substance, like unfired clay or wax, to a hard material such as cement, bronze or steel. The artist makes a mold from the...