What are the elements of theater?

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The elements of theater consist of many things, namely the stage within the theater itself. Other elements are the people who financially support the theater as well as the director, the playwright, the actors, the crew who handles the costumes, the props, the sets, the lighting, and the sound.
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The elements of theater are the scripts, the process, the product, and the audience. Each of the elements must be present to have a successful theater production.
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elements of theater; space. sound. texture. movement. rythm. shape.
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