theatre, also spelled theater, in architecture, a building or space in which a performance may be given before an audience. The word is from the Greek theatron, “a place of seeing.” A theatre usually has a stage area where the performance itself takes place.
What does the Greek word theatron mean?
The theatron (plural theatra) is the word referring to the seating area section of an ancient Greek, Roman, and Byzantine theater. The theatron is one of the earliest and most pronounced parts of ancient theaters.
What does theatron literally mean?
March 2, 2022. Theatre. There is a view-place known as the atron (literally, “viewing”).
Where is the theatron located?
|Location||Chapinero, Bogotá, Colombia|
|Opened||February 27, 2002|
What was the Ekkyklema used for?
eccyclema, Greek Ekkyklēma, also called Exostra, in classical Greek theatre, stage mechanism consisting of a low platform that rolled on wheels or revolved on an axis and could be pushed onstage to reveal an interior or some offstage scene such as a tableau.