Performing Art

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Performing Art by Mind Map: Performing Art

1. Theatre

1.1. physical theatre

1.1.1. theatre types and traditions

1.1.1.1. Greek tradition

1.1.1.2. Roman (including Gladiators)

1.1.1.3. Theatre and rituals

1.1.1.4. Theatre and religion

1.1.1.4.1. India

1.1.1.5. Street performances

1.1.1.5.1. medieval street shows

1.1.1.6. European theatres

1.1.1.7. Shakespeare

1.1.1.8. Artaud and Theatre of violence

1.1.1.9. Verbatim

1.1.1.10. Docudrama

1.1.1.11. Political theatre

1.1.1.12. Playback and therapeutic theatre

1.1.1.13. Theatre schools

1.1.1.13.1. Stanislavsky

1.1.1.14. Comedia del arte

1.1.1.15. Community theatre

1.1.1.16. Fringe

1.1.1.17. Broadway

1.1.1.18. Puppet theatre

1.1.1.19. Immersive theatre

1.1.1.20. Postdrama

1.2. Theatre online

1.3. Digital theatre

1.4. Theatre and technology

1.4.1. Light

1.4.2. Sound

1.4.3. architecture

1.4.3.1. theatre buildings

1.5. Theatre and visual art

1.6. Theatre and film

1.6.1. BlackLight theatre

1.6.2. From theatre to film - stages of transition

1.7. top films with theatrical approach

1.7.1. Tech upgades in theatre

1.8. Theatre festivals

2. Opera

3. Dancing

4. Music (concerts)

5. Circus

6. Education and social aspects

6.1. Universities

6.2. Personalities

6.3. theatre professions (who is who)

6.4. From the idea to performance - how is it made?

7. Performance vs Social Act

8. Just ideas

8.1. Theatre in the times of war

8.2. Theatre in the times of pandemic

8.3. Theatres with no audience

8.4. The most expensive performances

8.5. The most daring directors

8.6. Star actors who choose theatre

8.7. Films that were planned as theatre performances