March 27, 2010

World Theatre Day / Support Theatre / Rehearsals

Zazzle Tops Today’s Best Awards

Today is World Theatre Day. World Theatre Day was created in 1961 by the International Theatre Institute. It is celebrated annually on March 27th. Various national and international theatre events are organized to mark this occasion. One of the most important of these is the circulation of the World Theatre Day International Message through which at the invitation of International Theatre Institute, a figure of world stature shares his or her reflections on the theme of Theatre and a Culture of Peace. To build awareness of the theatre arts and honor World Theatre Day, today we chose six products that fit the theme of theatre.

Support Local Theatre. shirt
Support Local Theatre. by indiefilmstuff
Shop the t-shirts section of zazzle

Support Local Theatre T-Shirt by indiefilmstuff

Support Local Theatre … come see my show! Ask me for details. A great shirt to promote your upcoming theatre productions. Have all your actors and actresses wear them around town.

Theatre Ticket RSVP Card by moronhoney

Old fashioned theatre ticket design for wedding or party invitations. Reply date is customizable. Size is 4x9.25 inches.

Clown Button by scheileke

Fantasy and Sci-Fi Graphics by Thomas Schelieke. His comic book style is great and his talent shows with this wonderful clown pin.

Rehearsals T-Shirt by StudioMiyabi

How many times did you have to tell someone that you couldn’t meet for a social gathering because of your rehearsals. Life in theatre means you spend countless hours in rehearsals. Let everyone know that you support theatre and have rehearsals tonight with this T-Shirt.

Vintage Piano Keys Mousepad by mvdesigns

Large old fashioned vintage sepia tone style photo art design of a piano keys close up. This mouse pad makes a wonderful gift for pianists.

Hollar’s Globe Theatre Postcard by shakespeareshoppe

Wenceslas Hollar’s long view of London. Created in 1642 by Wenceslas Hollar, The Globe Theatre and “Beere Baiting” venues have been incorrectly labeled and should be the other way around.

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