This is any place where theatre is performed.
This, as a concept, the author suggests, is in fact not about the building in which its performed or even the play or the text, but is defined by its purpose for existence and by how that purpose manifests.
The Deadly Theatre
This is a performance in which an audience is a spectator, not a participant. In this form of the art, audiences and practitioners alike are essentially unmoved and/or unchanged by what's going on, and in which nothing new or insightful is evoked by what's being presented.
The Holy Theatre
This describes that which is spiritual and transcendent in the art, and is applied in relation to both the work of the practitioner and the audience.
The Rough Theatre
This is defined by the author as evoking the dirt, the mess, the confusion, the unpredictability...
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