What theatre means to Greenroom: World Theatre Day 2010

26 March, 2010 by 1 Comment

In case you don’t know, World Theatre Day (that’s #wtd10 if you want to follow all the conversation on Twitter) is tomorrow, March 27.

You can read all about what’s happening on the blog here and, better still, add to it what you and your group are doing.  You can also catch all the action via Twitter tomorrow through Sunday, as the rest of the world catches up with NZ and Australia who kick it all off at midnight tonight.  Follow @wtd10 on Twitter and keep the theatre convo going from front of house, backstage, the foyer, after-parties … wherever.

By the way, you don’t have to do anything special, but be sure to share what you’re doing via a video, stills, audio or a tweet or two from the coalface.  Here’s where they will end up … on the WTD Tumblr ‘scrapbook’ … and here’s how to add your stuff.

Meanwhile, the image above is what theatre means to this blog … at least this is the Wordle that shows the most-used words on the blog since we started last year.

Happy World Theatre Day wherever you are!

Image: http://www.wordle.net/

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