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Performance refers to a broad range of art forms that are played out in front of an audience. This may includes theater, music, dance and some forms of art.[1]


Early examples of performance can be seen in the plays of the Ancient Greeks, which were performed as a celebration and a ritual for the gods.


  1. [1], Fischer-Lichte, Erika 2008, The transformative power of performance: a new aesthetics, Taylor & Francis