Sign in

It all started with Greek and Roman theatrics. Actors wore masks to portray different characters and played out parts of their mythologies and tragedies. It was a form of expression that allowed an intriguing way to share the stories of their culture. Theatre then evolved during the Renaissance period with Shakespeare writing many classics that would change the way theatre was performed entirely. Shows would sometimes last for days as the length of the drama continuously elongated as play writing became more sophisticated. Theatre had evolved with the times yet kept the same cultural impact, if not greater. …

Dominic Young

From Naples, Florida. Student at Kent State University (BFA in Musical Theatre).