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Constructivism
A style of theater that is the opposite of realism; constructivism uses ramps, arches, frames, and other structures, most often without walls.
Realism
A style of theater in which things on stage are represented as they occur in real life
Symbolism
A style of theater in which something represents an idea, image, or theme of the play, often visual metaphors.
Epic Theater
Journalistic, unemotional style of theater which addresses an important social topic, sets usually have signs, projected images or video, and amplifiers.
Fantasy
A style of theater which involves non-human characters, made up places and people, and often fatastic elements like magic or sorcery.