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What’s that you’re saying? Have you ever ad libbed in a show? Or seen a perform ad lib during a performance? Tell us here!

Ladies and gentlemen, Shakespeare and his peers have left the building. Have you ever come across Latin stage directions while doing a show? Tell us here!

Wait for it… As a performer, have you ever been told to “hold” at a really awkward moment while rehearsing? Tell us here!

Repeat after me Has a director or playwright ever given you a specific way of saying a line? Tell us here!

Is this sentence performance art? (Maybe!) What does performance art mean to you? Tell us here!

Welcome to the Theatre Dictionary’s conversation about the term Performance Art. On Performance Art’s official page, our friends at the New York Neo-Futurists defined the term as “a time-based, irreproducible event that leaves a residual effect.” But now we want to know what Performance Art means to you. You can use the comments section to […]