Links

On 17th-Century French Theatre

http://foires.net/: French-language site on fairground theatre in Paris

http://www.georgetown.edu/spielmann/opsis.htm: French-language controlled-access resource for students and researchers working on 16th-, 17th-, and 18th-century theatre, maintained by Guy Spielmann of Georgetown University

 

On Virtual Reconstructions of Theatres

http://www.theatron.org/: Homepage of the European Commission's Theatron Project to reconstruct and document selected historical theatre spaces

http://www.theatron.co.uk/: Homepage of Theatron, Ltd., which specializes in theatre reconstructions

http://www1.appstate.edu/orgs/spectacle/: Contains Appalachian State University professor Frank Mohler's virtual simulations of Baroque stage machinery

http://www.videoccasions-nw.com/history/cst/cstnuopn.htm: Jack Wolcott's pioneering web-based reconstruction of the Chestnut Street Theater, Philadelphia

 

Indices of General Theatre History-Related Sites

http://www.isd.appstate.edu/~mohlerfc/ThHistsites.html: Frank Mohler's bookmarks

http://vl-theatre.com/: WWW Virtual Library of Theatre and Drama, which was long maintained by Barry Russell of Oxford Brookes University, also containing a link to his Calendrier des spectacles sous l'Ancien Régime 1601 - 1774

http://www.win.net/~kudzu/history.html: Jerry Bangham's theatre history bookmarks

http://www.videoccasions-nw.com/history/jack.html: Jack Wolcott's theatre history links.

 

Other

http://www.comedie-francaise.fr/: Home Page of the Comédie Française in Paris

http://www.bnf.fr/: Bibliothèque nationale de France