The theater is the space of contemplation, its name is of Greek origin (Theatron), according to this the theater is one of the most recognized performing arts worldwide, it consists of totally live staging in front of thousands of spectators, due to that progressively comment on a story to the theater is combined by different elements, the actors, the music, the sound, the scenery, and above all the gestures when interpreting any emotion. The name of theater is not only given to the dramatic pieces that are presented to the public, it is also described as a theater to the installation or building where these stagings take place.

In history it is related that the theater had its beginnings at the time of ancient Greece, at a specific time of the year the inhabitants of this nation made parties and celebrations in honor of the god Dionysus (God of wine), punctually at the time that the harvest was carried out, some inhabitants performed live performances of the dithyramb. The dithyramb was a kind of hymn that was sung in honor of this god, it was recited in a sung way and with live performance with the use of costumes. And so on, this technique was implemented for the celebration of each specific God, where the most important battles they fought in their earthly moment were exhibited.

The theater, being an acting interaction between several individuals who represent a story in front of the public’s eyes, these must be extremely emotional, all the emotions must be totally marked as well as the moment of passing from one emotion to another, for that reason The preparation given to each actor must be exhaustive so that they learn to project everything acted in a creative and effective way, the goal of every play is to arouse emotions in its spectator audience. To be able to represent a play, a libretto is needed, the people dedicated to the writing of these plays are given the name of playwrights.

At the time of ancient Greece, only two types of works are observed: the extremely melancholic ones, where dramatic stories with gloomy endings were told, in which the mystical interventions of the gods were exposed, and the comedy works where they imitated the rulers of the time.