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Term for skills requiring significant body control including balance, strength and flexibility. Commonly seen in circus performances. Describes some of the slower, more controlled elements in the sport of gymnastics.
Please submit only sites dealing with actors and actresses to this category.

If an actor or actress has a subcategory, please submit there. If there is no subcategory, list under the alphabet bar by the first letter of the last name. Please include surname and first name (e.g. Jones, David) and country or region.

Actors and Actresses who are considered multi-talented and are also well known in another Arts genre (i.e., singer/actress Cher), may be located in the alphabet bar under Arts: People.

This category, Arts: Performing Arts: Acting: Actors and Actresses, is for people who are specifically classified as an actor or actress.

Actors and actresses who are multi-talented and involved in more than one entertainment genre (i.e., acting, singing, and dancing) and wish to submit a resume only, should submit to Business: Arts and Entertainment: Employment: Individual Resumes.

Non-English sites should be listed in the appropriate language under World.
Sites which are primarily oriented toward selling merchandise, memorabilia, autographs, etc. should be sent to the appropriate Shopping categories.
Sites with explicit adult content, including advertisement and links, will not be accepted here and should be submitted to a subcategory within Adult.

Please read the category descriptions for further information and for assistance with proper placement of sites.
This category will act as a repository of information and resources for aspiring actors.
Submit sites related to the subject only. Please submit sites about mime or juggling to the appropriate category.
Busking is playing music or performing entertainment in a public place, usually while soliciting money.
Please submit to the subcategory that most closely relates to your site information.
Information on the performing arts that are specific to a lifestyle, ethnicity or cultural heritage.
This category and its subcategories are comprised of symbolic links to elsewhere in the directory. As such, no sites will be listed here.
Circus arts management, booking, production, distribution, and marketing sites should be submitted to Business: Arts and Entertainment: Circus.

Online stores should be submitted to Shopping: Entertainment: Performing Arts: Circus.

Informational sites about the circus arts, including trapeze, high wire, juggling, contortion, clowning, and stiltwalking.
  • Please submit Comedy related site to the category that describes it best.
  • Individual artists when submitting please include your surname and first name. [e.g. Jones, David]
  • Sites containing humor rather than dealing with a comedy related subject should go somewhere in the Recreation/Humor category tree.
  • If your site is not in English, please submit it to the appropriate World category.
This category is for sites related to the live, performing art of comedy and the comedians that perform it. Other welcome sites include comedy clubs or other venues, comedy or improvisation troupes, and comedy or improvisation courses and schools. This includes the teaching of comedy writing. It is not for humorous stories, satire sites, animation/cartoon sites, gag gifts, or chat room sites.

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Websites are not listed in this category, so it is important that you identify a subcategory to which to submit your sites.If the information you are submitting represents one particular form of dance, please submit to the subcategory that most closely describes the type of dance your website represents. If your website content is about dance education, organizations, services, etc., please submit to the category that most closely matches the type of service you provide.

Above all, sites must be in English. Sites in other languages should be submitted to the appropriate language in World.

If you still have questions, please see the FAQ.

Following these guidelines will help prevent delays in having your site listed.

dance n 1: an artistic form of nonverbal communication 2: a party of people assembled for dancing 3: taking a series of rhythmical steps (and movements) in time to music [syn: dancing, terpsichore] v 1: move in a graceful and rhythmical way 2: move in a pattern; usually to musical accompaniment; do or perform a dance [syn: trip the light fantastic] 3: skip, leap, or move up and down or sideways; "Dancing flames"; "The children danced with joy"

Submissions must be for internet site guides or directories that provide links to information on multiple forms of the performing arts.

If your site provides information on only dance or only theatre or only music, etc., please submit instead to the appropriate category for the discipline of Arts that your site represents.

Directories are internet site guides that provide links to a variety of information on the performing arts.
Sites related to the teaching of the performing arts, including academic institutions offering such teaching.

Submissions must be for festivals that celebrate multiple forms of the performing arts.

If your site provides information specific to one form (dance, theatre, music, mime, opera, etc.), do not submit here but to the subcategory of Performing Arts that represents the theme of the festival.

Information on gatherings that celebrate multiple forms of the performing arts.

Arts: Performing: Arts: Hypnotism is for sites focusing on performance hypnosis. If your site is about hypnotherapy it should be submitted to Health: Alternative: Hypnotherapy


Please use the following guidelines when submitting a site.
This category is a collection of sites focusing on the performance of hypnotism on stage.
Please locate the most appropriate sub-category for your submissions. Reviews will conducted in those areas first. Sites listed in this general category will eventually be moved to the appropriate sub-category.
Sleight-of-hand, illusion, tricks, and other performances commonly styled as magic. Information about professional magicians as well as sites aimed at amateurs are welcome here.

If your performing arts organization is specific to one discipline (such as dance, comedy or theatre) please submit to that subcategory.

Submissions to this category are for performing arts organizations that represent more than one discipline of the performing arts.

Information on associations, councils, grant-making foundations, collectives, or ad hoc groups that promote and/or support the activities and goals of the performing arts.

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Sites submitted must be in English. Sites in other languages should be submitted to the appropriate language under World.

Submissions that are specific to one discipline (such as dance, comedy, juggling, acrobatics, music or theatre) should be submited to the subcategory of Arts that most closely relates to your performance skills.

Submissions to this category are for performers who practice more than one discipline of the performing arts.

Information on individuals or groups who practice multiple forms of the performing arts.
Collection of web pages about an individual or group and their interests. Please select the subcategory that best describes the topic/content of the site.

If your publication is specific to one discipline (such as dance, comedy or theatre) please submit to that subcategory.

Submissions to this category are for publications that represent more than one discipline of the performing arts.

Information on print publications or electronic text with content that includes news, feature stories, reviews, editorials, opinion pieces, columns or other items of specific interest to the performing arts.
Sites without English language content should be submitted to the appropriate category in World.

Sites that focus on online sales of ventriloquism products should be submitted to Shopping: Toys and Games: Puppets.

Sites that focus on walk-in retail sales of ventriloquism products should be submitted to the appropriate locality in Regional.

The production of shows created by the manipulation of puppets. The process of creating and manufacturing puppets.
Before submitting, please review the subcategories to see if your information is better suited to be submitted in a more specific area.
Information on libraries, museums, glossaries, dictionaries, bibliographies and online text relevant to the performing arts.
Submissions must include resources for multiple forms of the performing arts. If your information is specific to one form only, please submit instead to the appropriate subcategory.
Includes tips, email lists, webrings, chat, bulletin boards and services for performing artists.
If you tell stories out loud, in front of an audience, whether around a campfire or in a classroom, at a board meeting, or in the car, you're a storyteller. Storytelling is part of the oral tradition. Tales are told-- which is why this category is part of the Performing Arts Directory. If you WRITE stories, you're a writer. Check out the Arts: Online Writing category. Yes, filmmakers and novelists and the creative folks in advertising are storytellers, too-- but they aren't performing artists. You'll find them listed elsewhere.
Performers/Coordinators of action in features, television and commercials
Sites regarding an individual''s biography of awards or interview for such awards should be submitted to the appropriate letter at Arts/Performing_Arts/Theatre/People/.
Theatre is the imitation/representation of life, performed for other people; the performance of dramatic literature; drama; the milieu of actors and playwrights, the place that is the setting for dramatic performances. Here are found sites and categories that focus primarily on interpretation and style of the production, direction, performance, and stagecraft, or the effectiveness of the performance itself, as well as the building or buildings in which plays are produced and offered for viewing by an audience, and the dramatic arts and the people who work in, advocate, or study them.

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Please do not submit sites for performing arts companies here. Submit instead to the appropriate subcategory in the type of performing art that your site represents.

This category is for information on performing arts locations that provide an overview of the facilities and types of performances offered.

Information on places that offer dance, opera, theatre, music, storytelling or other forms of the performing arts.
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