Topic: Legends and Superstitions

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Welcome to the Theatre Dictionary’s conversation about the term applied theatre. On applied theatre’s official page, we define the term as “what happens when a group of people working in community use the techniques of drama and theatre to address an issue of social concern.” But now we want to know what applied theatre means [...]

break.leg

No need for a doctor in the house–this broken leg’s lucky Has anyone ever wished you something other than break a leg before a performance? Tell us here!

break.leg

Welcome to the Theatre Dictionary’s conversation about the term break a leg. On break a leg’s official page, we define the term as “theatre slang for good luck” since actually saying “good luck” is considered unlucky. But now we want to know what the term break a leg means to you. You can use the [...]

George Spelvin

Is he a man or a myth? Do you have a “George Spelvin” story? Join the conversation!

ghost-light

Don’t Be Scared… It’s just a Ghost (Light) How do you define ghost light? Have you ever seen one? Join the conversation!

Denis O'Hare welcome

Here’s How this Place Works!

The Scottish Play

This play is cursed! Do you believe in this curse? Have you seen it in action? Join the conversation!

showmance

I love you… until Act Two. Do you have a “showmance” story? Join the conversation!