World Theatre Day 27 March
World Theatre Day was initiated in 1961 by the International Theatre Institute ITI. World Theatre Day is celebrated annually on March 27th by the international theatre community and ITI. It is celebrated to raise the importance of theatre arts, how they played an important role in the field of entertainment, and the changes that theatre brings in life.
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 all which have not yet recognized its value to the people and to the individual and have not yet realized its potential for economic growth.
You want to do something
If you want to do something of your own, visit your local theater and support them by donating to their affiliated organizations and maybe buy tickets to see some of their hosted concerts. You can even join a theater program and learn music and acting in your local area. It’s lots of fun and you can even encourage your friends to join in on the action and make it a group activity.
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