World Theatre Day Celebrated On 27 March

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3 min readMar 27, 2020

Since 1962 World Theatre Day has been celebrated by ITI Centres, ITI Cooperating Members, theatre professionals, theatre organizations, theatre universities and theatre lovers all over the world on the 27th of March. This day is a celebration for those who can see the value and importance of the art form “theatre”, and acts as a wake-up-call for governments, politicians and institutions which have not yet recognised its value to the people and to the individual and have not yet realised its potential for economic growth.

The lights dim and the audience settles. As the curtain rises, months of preparation come to fruition, and a story comes to life. World Theatre Day celebrates the importance of theatre arts as it continues to move, entertain, teach and change us.

As we know that the theatre is a combination of various forms of fine arts that uses live performers, actors or actresses to present before a live audience about the real experience in a specific place or maybe on a stage. Nowadays the importance of theatre is declining so this day is a wake-up call for governments, politicians, institutions, and people to recognise the value of theatre to the individual, people for economic growth as well.

The goals of World Theatre Day, as with International Dance Day are

• To promote the art form across the world.

• To make people aware of the value of the art form.

• To enable the dance and theatre communities to promote their work on a broad scale so that opinion leaders are aware of the value of these forms and support…



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