Crash Course Theater and Drama Preview!
We're back! This year Mike Rugnetta is teaching you about theater and drama. Are you in drama club? Want to know about the history of theater? Maybe learn some theater history? Have a lot of fun? This is the series for you! Over the next year, we're......
What Is Theater? Crash Course Theater #1
Welcome to Crash Course Theater with Mike Rugnetta! In this, our inaugural week, we're going to ask the two classic questions about theater. 1.What is theater? And 2. Is it spelled -re or -er? Well, there's a clue to question two in the title of the......
North America Gets a Theater...Riot: Crash Course Theater #29
It's lights up in America! This week, we're headed to North America. We'll look at Native American storytelling traditions, the theater that Europeans brought along starting in the 17th century, and how theater developed before and after the American......
Japan, Kabuki, and Bunraku: Crash Course Theater #23
Take the PBSDS Survey! https://to.pbs.org/2018YTSurveyWe're headed back to Japan, this time in the Edo period to follow up on Noh theater, which had gone out of style last time we checked in. Now, under the Shoguns, there's couple of really interesti......
English Theater After Shakespeare: Crash Course Theater #17
You can learn more about CuriosityStream at https://curiositystream.com/crashcourseThis week on Crash Course Theater, Shakespeare is dead. Long live Shakespeare. Well, long live English theater, anyway. Actually, it's about to get banned. Anyway, we'......
Roman Theater with Plautus, Terence, and Seneca: Crash Course Theater #6
In which Mike delves into the theater of ancient Rome. It wasn't all gladiators and Christian-killing, you know. There was theater, too. Roman drama drew heavily on Greek drama. So heavily, in fact, that many of the stories and characters were lifted......
China, Zaju, and Beijing Opera: Crash Course Theater #25
This week we're headed to China to learn about the ancient origins of theater there. We'll look at the early days of wizard theater (not a typo), the development of classical Chinese theater, and the evolution of Beijing Opera. Also, check out Americ......
Zola, France, Realism, and Naturalism: Crash Course Theater #31
This week, we're back in Europe to learn about Realism and Naturalism. In the 19th Century, playwrights like Eugene Scribe, Alexandre de Dumas Fils, and Emile Zola remade the French theater, first with Realism, and later with Naturalism. What are tho......
Hrotsvitha, Hildegard, and the Nun who Resurrected Theater: Crash Course Theater #9
You can learn more at https://curiositystream.com/crashcourseWhen last we saw Theater, it was just making its way back in the West, by sneaking a little drama into the Easter mass. In today's episode, we're talking about Hrotsvitha, the cool 10th cen......
Measurement Mystery: Crash Course Kids #9.2
So now that we know what Properties are, how can we use them to figure things out? In this episode of Crash Course Kids, Sabrina uses them to solve the mystery of what she tripped over last night. This first series is based on 5th grade science. We'......
Race Melodrama and Minstrel Shows: Crash Course Theater #30
We’re continuing our discussion of nineteenth-century American theater with a look at some upsetting parts of the US's theatrical past. In the nineteenth century, race and racism contributed to a unique and troubling performance culture, which helped......
Greek Comedy, Satyrs, and Aristophanes: Crash Course Theater #4
Get ready for hilarity, because this week, we're diving head first into Greek Comedy. Actually, though, maybe don't get TOO ready for hilarity. Taste in humor has changed a little over the last couple of thousand years. You already know about Greek T......
Pre-Columbian Theater, Spanish Empire, and Sor Juana: Crash Course Theater #22
This week, we're headed to the Americas to learn about the theater that existed there prior to the arrival of Europeans, how the theater of the Spanish influenced it, and the impact of Sor Juana Inez de la Cruz, playwrighting Spanish nun extraordinai......
Symbolism, Realism, and a Nordic Playwright Grudge Match: Crash Course Theater #33
It's a Scandinavian grudge match on Crash Course Theater. We're looking at a couple of the key movements in European theater that deeply influenced the modern theater of today. We'll take a close look at two of the most radical and influential Europe......
CBS Radio Mystery Theater ~ The Outside Girl 908
Living off his wealthy mother, a good for nothing alcoholic becomes unusually attached to his father's portrait which he painted years ago. Upon waking from an alcohol induced stupor, he awakens to find the portrait gone, together with the new cleani......
Get outside! Piano play
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11. Get Outside and Play - VENTURE LIVES
Become a Patreon: www.patreon.com/venturelivesVenture lives in all of us. Get outside and play.www.patreon.com/ventureliveswww.facebook.com/ventureliveswww.instagram.com/ventureliveswww.twitter.com/ventureliveswww.venturelives.com...
Nostrils, Harmony with the Universe, and Ancient Sanskrit Theater: Crash Course Theater #7
Ancient Sanskrit theater is one of the oldest theater traditions, and thanks to Bharata Muni and his treatise on theater, the Natyashastra, we can tell you quite a bit about it, all the way down to eyebrow and nostril poses. This week you'll learn ab......
The Death and Resurrection of Theater as...Liturgical Drama: Crash Course Theater #8
As the Roman Empire fell, so did the theater. If there's anyone who hates theater and actors more than Romans, it's early Christians. As Christianity ascended in the west, theater declined. But, fear not. This isn't the end of the series. Theater wou......
Crash Course - GET and POST requests using "fetch"
In this video, we learned how to make GET and POST API calls using the native "fetch" library.Github repo: https://github.com/johnazre/youtube-f...Google's Fetch Walkthrough: https://developers.google.com/web/upd...Social Media!Add me on Twitter! @jo......