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On this page we offer other historical, theatrical, and musical comedy resources available on the web.

"Internet Broadway Database"
www.ibdb.com/
An extensive database of information on Musicals, Plays, and Performers.

"Broadway After Dark"
broadwayafterdark.com/
Eminent theater columnist and feature reporter, Ward Morehouse III's online journal on the ins and outs of Broadway and its people.

"Musical Heaven"
www.musicalheaven.com/
An extensive database of information on Musicals, Licensing Agents, and Memorabilia.

"Musicals.net"
musicals.net/
An extensive database of information on Musicals, Discussion Forum.

"The History of Broadway Theater"
www.theaterseatstore.com/history-of-broadway
A brief history of the Broadway Theater phenomenon with a list of some of the most famous theaters.

"The Guide to Musical Theater"
www.nodanw.com/
This guide has been designed for those who enjoy musicals, especially for those who participate in productions of Broadway, West End and shows written with the amateur in mind.

"Lambertville Historical Society"
www.lambertvillehistoricalsociety.org
The Lambertville Historical Society collects and preserves items of historical interest and makes them accessible for public research.

"Summer Stock Theatre"
summerstocktheatre.info/
Thom Bray's Blog about his love affair with Summer Stock.

"Cosutme Discounters Resources Page"
www.costumediscounters.com/
Multitude of online theatre resources, from organizations and associations to stagecraft and history.

"Delaware River Collective"
www.delawarerivertheatrecollective.org/
The Collective was created to inspire and present innovative theater entertainment and education for young people and residents of the Delaware Valley in the Lambertville-New Hope area.

"The History of NYC's Broadway and It's Theaters"
www.newyork.com/resources/broadway-and-theater-history/
A brief history of "the great white way," and the theater district in NYC with links to many more theater related websites.

"The History of NYC's Broadway and It's Theaters"
www.halloweencostumes.com/history-of-the-theatre.html
The history of theatre from Greek Theatre, through Roman, Medieval, Renaissance, to Modern.
(Link suggested by Ava Barnes)



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