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  • Another building near the city's ruined theater is being called the theatron or viewing place, because it exhibits architectural features similar to those found in a theater.

    Refounding of Plato's ideal city, Magnesia

  • Greek "theatron", θέατρον a public spectacle or venue for such spectacle. literary art in which a person or group of persons act out stories that may be fictional or factual, for the entertainment, instruction, indoctrination, or propagandization of other people.

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  • Greek "theatron", θέατρον a public spectacle or venue for such spectacle. literary art in which a person or group of persons act out stories that may be fictional or factual, for the entertainment, instruction, indoctrination, or propagandization of other people.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • (The models can be viewed online at www. theatron.org or on the CD-ROM "Stages of Theatre: Greeks to Shakespeare," marketed by Films for the Humanities and Sciences of Princeton, N.J.)

    Web: Cyber Sets and Sanctuaries

  • Since the theatron was only half-completed in ancient times because of a landslide, it shows how ancient theaters were constructed.

    Refounding of Plato's ideal city, Magnesia

  • Therefore also a mighty theatre is set (mega theatron kathetai.)

    NPNF1-12. Saint Chrysostom: Homilies on the Epistles of Paul to the Corinthians

  • It involved actors performing on a stage in the well of a half-circle arena (the theatron).

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  • It involved actors performing on a stage in the well of a half-circle arena (the theatron).

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  • Glen McGillivray orients "theatricality" in its Greek root, theatron or "looking place."

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  • Le théâtre qui est, par définition, («theatron») fonction d’une relation visuelle et une rencontre, en entrant, aussi, dans le territoire de l’ère cybernétique, ouvre sur une nouvelle visualisation, investit l’espace d’une dimension nouvelle et détermine un glissement du spectacle de l’espace public vers l’espace privé, ou l’acteur a l’opportunité de grandir comme professionnel et de faire avancer son art.

    L'Acteur dans le theatre virtuel. Part 2

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