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Artopia: One Minute Theater Lesson

You also learn about aspects of theater such as costumes and scenery.
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In this short video the narrator talks about theater in Japan, China, Bali, and the United States. You also learn about aspects of theater such as costumes and scenery. There’s even a little history of the theater thrown in. If you don’t catch everything the narrator says the first time through, play it again or read the transcript.

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