The first World Theatre Day was in 1962.
This day is very special because apart from the lighting, the soundtracks, the costumes, the clapping…, the most important theatre works in the history of the world are also valued.
There are also related acts and events which are celebrated every year. The Internacional Theater Institute invites important people from the world of theatre, such as Arthur Miller, Pablo Neruda, Richard Burton, Antonio Gala or Humberto Orsini.
In the theater, actors and comedians act on a stage that entertains people who are happy getting into the character of the play.
The theater has existed since ancient times and has left us great works such as “Romeo and Juliet” by William Shakespeare, “La Celestina” by Fernando de Rojas, “Life is a Dream” by Calderón de La Barca and “La Casa de Bernarda Alba” by Federico García Lorca.
Pablo Barjola López, 14