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Some Curious Facts About Theater


  The theater is a unique experience, both for the artists and for the public. Each representation has its own emotions, achievements, and vicissitudes. Indeed, it’s no coincidence that theater is one of the oldest and most universal expressions of humanity. Although theatrical performances took place in almost all cultures, they first became popular in Ancient Greece. Ever since then, the symbol of theater has been two masks, one laughing, representing comedy, and the other crying, symbolizing tragedy. The Greeks thought that Thalia was the muse of comedy as she loved parties, revelry, laughter, and music. Melpomene was the muse…

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