Where Did Pantomime Start?

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Pantomime started in the middle ages in ancient Rome. This Christmas play is commonly performed in theatres, village halls as well as community centres. Pantomime is characterised by some standard ingredients, which include cross dressing and audience participation.
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Pantomime is a musical comedy theatrical production that is performed during the Christmas and New Year season. It is believed to have started in Italy then it reached England in the 16th century.
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