World Theatre Day 2018: Everything You Need To Know About the Drama World: The World Theatre Day we actually celebrated every year on the 27th March 27 and this is the day when we can and we should give some importance and values to appreciate those people who are engaged in the work of the art form, like, “theatre” Though, the value of theatre and its significances still have not recognized properly the individual and have not yet realized its impending and prospects which helped in the economic growth.
A theatre is a combined form of fine art which presents live performers, typically actors or actresses, in order to demonstrate their various experience of a real or imagined event earlier than a live audience in a particular place, mostly at the stage.
The magic happens at the time when the lights turn dim and the audience settles, as the curtain rises, after some months of preparation now all theatre artists are ready to perform in front of the audiences and the World Theatre Day is all about that.
The story of the World Theatre Day
We rejoice the World Theatre Day which focuses on the importance of theatre arts which continues to move, entertain, teach public and also bring some significant changes.
The World Theatre Day was commencing in 1961 by the International Theatre Institute (ITI). The day is rejoicing as annually on the 27th March by ITI Centres by the international theatre community.
Several national and international theatre events are organized in order to celebrate the occasion and also to mark the enjoyment of this day.
One of the most imperative and crucial things about this day is that this one is being circulated as the World Theatre Day International Message from beginning to end which at the invitation of ITI also.
The World Theatre Day is also about to present the crucial and great figure of world stature which shares his or her reflections on the theme of Theatre and a Culture of Peace.
The first World Theatre Day International Message was penned by Jean Cocteau (France) in 1962. Then it was the first in Helsinki, and then in Vienna at the 9th World Congress of the ITI in June 1961 that President Arvi Kivimaa proposed about the World Theatre Day on the behalf of the Finnish Centre of the International Theatre Institute.
The day is also gradually instituted the World Theatre Day and the proposal, reversed by the Scandinavian centers, that was carried with commendation.
A variety of national and international theatre events are organized actually in order to celebrate this occasion, but many events are restricted with the purpose of fetching attention to the theatre which also develops the international harmony.