Teatro

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October 28, 2021

Theater or theater (from the Spanish "theater", from the Greek "theatron", θέατρον, meaning "meeting place") is a branch of the performing arts that is translated as what "happens when one or many. yet people, separated by time and/or place, express themselves to others or others. " In this broad translation, the theater dates back to ancient times, as a result of a person's willingness to tell a story. Since its inception, the theater has taken on many forms, often using elements such as dance, signaling, music, dance, and spectacle, combined with other performing arts, as well as visual arts. , to hin an artistic form.

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Theater Archive Project (UK) British Library & University of Sheffield. University of Bristol Theater Collection Music Hall and Theater History of Britain and Ireland

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